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October 22, 2015 Americans Want Better Food Policy, Survey

Kansas City infoZine - Pocantico Hills, NY - infoZine - The research was released by â??Plate of the Unionâ??, a new campaign by the î??Union of Concerned Scientistsî??, Food Policy Action, and the HEAL...

October 22, 2015 Sweeping study claims that rising temperatures will sharply cut economic productivity

Source: Washington Post

In a sweeping new study published Wednesday in Nature, a team of researchers say there is a strong relationship between a region’s average temperature and its economic productivity — adding another potential cost to a warming...

October 21, 2015 Majority of Texans support local control of fracking, UT poll shows

Source: Star-Telegram

A majority of Texans believe cities should be able to ban hydraulic fracturing even if state law otherwise permits it, according to a recent poll conducted by the University of Texas at Austin.

October 21, 2015 Fracking can cause nearby abandoned wells to leak methane: study

Source: Reuters

Hydraulic fracturing can cause nearby abandoned oil wells to leak methane, according to a study published on Tuesday in the peer-reviewed Water Resources Research journal, marking a potentially large source of unrecorded...

October 21, 2015 New Research Shows Americans Want Better Food Policy

Union of Concerned Scientists - The research was released by â??Plate of the Unionâ??, a new campaign by the Union of Concerned Scientists, Food Policy Action, and the HEAL Food Alliance. This diverse group of food...

October 21, 2015 UT Energy Poll: Three-quarters of Americans now believe climate change is real

Source: FuelFix.com

WASHINGTON — Three out of every four Americans believe climate change is occurring, according to a University of Texas survey released Tuesday that documents the country’s rapidly evolving views on the issue.

October 21, 2015 Top 10 Best-Performing CEOs in the World

Microfinance Monitor - While Sorensen was rated high in ESG, î??Sustainalyticsî?? defended the high rank saying Novo Nordisk benefits from its decision to offer insulin at a steep discount to consumers in developing...

October 21, 2015 25 jobs with the best work-life balance

Source: Chicago Tribune

A new analysis by the careers website Glassdoor finds that tech and engineering jobs are among the best-ranked careers for workers who want to find some kind of balance between their professional and personal lives.

October 20, 2015 Yale Study Finds No Water Contamination from Pennsylvania Fracking

Source: IWF.org

A new study by a Yale University professor further confirms what federal agencies have been reporting for years: Fracking hasn’t contaminated groundwater. Desiree Plata of the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science spent...

October 19, 2015 Rich nations lag in 'fair share' of climate action - study

Source: Reuters

The United States and other rich nations are doing less than their fair share to fight climate change under a U.N. accord due in December while China is outperforming, a report by 18 civil society groups said on Monday.

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