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December 4, 2014 Euro falls below $1.23 ahead of ECB, yen weakSource: Reuters
The euro fell to less than $1.23 for the first time in more than two years on Thursday, finding few friends in a market that is wagering the European Central Bank will be forced to inject even more stimulus into a moribund euro...
December 4, 2014 Mayor to name city's (NYC) first sustainability directorSource: Crains New York
Mayor Bill de Blasio is poised to take another step toward achieving his lofty goal of making the nation's largest city its greenest one. Mr. de Blasio on Wednesday will create a new agency, the Office of Sustainability, and name...
December 4, 2014 World Climate Talks In Lima Aim To Move Beyond Kyoto TreatySource: NPR
Every year the United Nations invites environmental experts and diplomats from around the world to negotiate ways to slow global warming. This year's meeting runs this week and next in Lima, Peru.
December 4, 2014 Gas dips below $2 a gallon in Oklahoma CitySource: CNBC
It's the first time in four years that a U.S. station has offered gas for less than $2 per gallon.
December 3, 2014 US CEOs Perceive Dimmer Economic Growth but Plan to Increase HiringSource: Beta Wired
According to a survey released on Tuesday top corporate chief executives remained a bit less optimistic about the direction of economy that is continuously dropping down and they have plans to cut off investments in businesses...
December 3, 2014 Which Countries Are The Most Corrupt?Source: NPR
Four Scandinavian nations and New Zealand are the world's least corrupt countries while North Korea and Somalia are the most corrupt, according to the Corruption Perception Index released today by Transparency International.
Source: PBS NewsHour
Only communities that prepare for the unpredictable -- from health scares to cyber attacks -- can quickly bounce back. But how can we flip the paradigm for dealing with disaster? Author Judith Rodin joins Gwen Ifill for a...
December 3, 2014 Senate panel to review quake safety at nuke plants, including California's Diablo CanyonSource: Fox Business
WASHINGTON – Federal regulators need to reassess earthquake risks at California's last operating nuclear power plant and hold hearings to determine if it's properly accounting for potential threats. That's according to testimony...
December 2, 2014 Heed the Warnings: Why We’re on the Brink of Mass ExtinctionSource: The Daily Beast
The potential losses of species are on a scale that is rivaled by only a few events in the last 500 million years of Earth’s history. Five times during that span, the majority of species on the planet vanished in a short interval...
December 2, 2014 So, How Do We Make Sustainability... Sustainable?Source: Forbes
Last week the New York Times reported that, for the first time in history, clean energy resources like solar and wind are becoming cost competitive with conventional coal in some markets. This paradigm shift, where clean energy...
December 2, 2014 FBI warns firms of destructive malware use by hackersSource: BBC
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned that cyber-hackers have used malicious software to launch destructive attacks in the US. A five-page confidential warning was issued to US businesses on Monday, according to...
December 2, 2014 Is This The Bottom For Russia?Source: Forbes
Yesterday Russia suffered the biggest one-day decline in its currency since its 1998 financial crisis. This morning, however, it’s stronger. Have we seen the worst?
December 1, 2014 UN climate talks begin as global temperatures break recordsSource: BBC News
UN climate negotiators are meeting in Peru to try to advance talks on a new global agreement. One hundred and ninety-five nations have committed to finalising a new climate pact in Paris by 2015's end. The process has been...
December 1, 2014 Whatever Happened to Inflation?Source: Reason.com
Since 2008, the Federal Reserve has been trying to stave off economic disaster with an unconventional monetary policy tool known as quantitative easing. By buying financial assets from commercial banks and other institutions, the...
December 1, 2014 Dry California goes damp with statewide stormSource: UT San Diego
California has gone from dry to damp — and a drenching could be in the near future. A storm system that dropped snow on ski slopes in the Sierra Nevada, sent mud and debris into highways on the Pacific Coast and brought flight...
December 1, 2014 New coalition launched to push sustainability in AseanSource: Eco-Business.com
Six partner organisations of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development have launched ‘Action 2020 in Southeast Asia’ which sets out a timeline and steps businesses can take to address sustainability in wide-ranging...
November 28, 2014 Good News on EnergySource: NY Times
WHEN the world’s two largest polluters join in establishing new goals for reducing emissions of climate-disrupting gases, criticism and skepticism are predictable. And there was plenty following the recent agreement between the...
November 28, 2014 Transforming the corporation: How sustainability may guide the futureSource: DevEx Impact
It may seem a fanciful exercise to imagine what the corporation of the future will look like, but for businesses grappling with how to incorporate social and environmental goals into their business models, it is not.
November 28, 2014 Big companies promote water sustainabilitySource: Billings Gazette
By 2020 Coca-Cola, arguably one of the most familiar products in the world, plans to be water neutral — giving back as much water as it uses to produce its soft drinks. Read more:...
November 28, 2014 Six radical ways to tackle global warmingSource: The Telegraph
Radical, untested techniques to tackle global warming by reflecting the sun's rays could have "terrifying" consequences, yet may ultimately be needed to prevent catastrophic climate change, scientists have said.
November 26, 2014 World Bank says it’s time to “turn down the heat” on climate changeSource: Beta Wired
The World Bank says it’s time to “turn down the heat” on climate change before its effects destabilize worldwide economies. The new report from the World Bank says that Earth’s atmosphere is likely to increase by nearly 1.5...
November 26, 2014 U.S. GDP grows at better-than-expected 3.9% pace in third quarterSource: LA Times
While economic growth in much of the world slowed, the U.S. recovery hummed through the summer at an unexpectedly robust pace and posted its best six-month performance in 11 years..
November 26, 2014 How much do you know about how the Internet works?Source: St. Louis Post Dispatch
November 25, 2014 Why Are Oil Prices Dropping?Source: Forbes
With the price of oil down 28 percent in recent months, financial analysts and political pundits are all asking the same questions: What are the reasons behind this drop and why isn’t OPEC taking steps to stop the bleeding?
November 25, 2014 Brazil's epic water crisis a global wake-up call - Praying For RainSource: Breaking News.com
The immediate cause of the crisis is a year-long drought. The Cantareira reservoir system that supplies around a third of the city's population is so low that Sabesp, the local utility, has to dip into and treat sediment-heavy...
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