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Source: NY Times
BEIJING — Southern Chinese on average have lived at least five years longer than their northern counterparts in recent decades because of the destructive health effects of pollution from the widespread use of coal in the north,...
It’s a bold title. Wealthier, Healthier Cities - how climate change action is giving us wealthier, healthier cities. Is the latest CDP Cities report, based on data from 110 cities around the world, really saying that climate...
June 11, 2013 What to Make of a Warming PlateauSource: NY Times
As unlikely as this may sound, we have lucked out in recent years when it comes to global warming. The rise in the surface temperature of earth has been markedly slower over the last 15 years than in the 20 years before that. And...
Source: Pew Research Center
Journalists and print loyalists who are dejected about the state of the U.S. newspaper business may be comforted — or perhaps made a bit envious — by the knowledge that in at least some other countries, newspaper circulation...
business2community.com - equitability and efficiency of water use. Our infographic looks at and compares Irelandâs carbon and water footprints, both on a national level and on an average consumer level. It also compares...
PR Newswire - Conducted by leading economists and released by the îUnion of Concerned Scientistsî (UCS) today, the report finds that AB 32 policies will only increase the percent of small business revenue spent on...
May 22, 2013 Disarming Senators, Apple Chief Eases Tax TensionsSource: NY Times
WASHINGTON — Timothy D. Cook came to the lion’s den on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, prepared to face down lawmakers furious over evidence that Apple, the famous company he runs, had avoided paying billions in taxes. By the time Mr....
May 13, 2013 Study: Climate change will cut habitats by 2080Source: USA Today
Climate change leaves many plants and animals only a few decades to adjust. A study warns that losses of living space will afflict plants and animals worldwide, raising extinction worries.
April 22, 2013 Climate Change is Finally Real for the American PeopleSource: Triple Pundit
2012 seems set to go down in history as the year in which climate change became real for the United States. Over a period of six months, New York City flooded, the biggest drought in half a century settled into the Midwest, and...
Source: Thomson Reuters
The biggest energy challenge facing the world today is meeting the rapidly growing energy needs of emerging market nations, including the 1.3 billion people that have little or no access to modern energy, according to the World...
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