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January 28, 2015 Why Obama's Drilling Plan Ignores America's Changing Energy RoleSource: Forbes
A few years ago, President Obama outlined an “all-the-above” energy strategy. These days, his strategy seems to be “do no harm.” The plan outlined today, which would open parts of the eastern seaboard to offshore drilling while...
January 28, 2015 Here’s How We Know Global Warming Made the Blizzard WorseSource: Wired
Manhattan may have gotten the wimpy end of Juno, but the storm chin-checked New England. Boston is buried in snow. Hurricane-force winds buffeted Nantucket. The storm surge may have permanently altered shorelines from New Haven,...
January 27, 2015 Why businesses should support the EPA's pollution rules
theguardian.com - As it celebrates its 25th anniversary, îsustainabilityî advocate îCeresî sets its sights on getting corporations to support proposed US power plant rules Coal fired plants, such as this...
January 26, 2015 9 reasons not to be depressed about the planet
Evironmental Expert - These capital market breakthroughs are in line with what îCeresî has been working on since launching 25 years ago and will help catalyze îsustainabilityî across entire industries and...
January 26, 2015 Nick Stern Is Wrong; Climate Change Is Not The Largest Market Failure The World Has Ever SeenSource: Forbes
The takeaway line from the Stern Review, Sir Nicholas Stern’s (now Lord Stern) investigation into climate change and what, if anything , we might do about it, is that climate change is the largest market failure the world has...
Source: Huff Post
The numbers are in. 2014 was the hottest year on Earth ever recorded (records go back to 1888). December finished it off as the hottest month ever. 6 of the months last year, in fact, hold that record. The last time a 'coldest...
January 19, 2015 The Battle For Black Gold: Can Saudi Win'
gulfbusiness.com - In the longer term, Saudi officials likely calculate that lower oil prices will drive economic growth abroad and boost demand for oil,â Torbjorn Soltvedt, principal MENA analyst at energy consultancy...
January 14, 2015 A Wild Answer to Climate ChangeSource: Huff Post
Climate change science can be complicated, but its impacts can be stated very simply: Nature supports all life, and climate change is negatively affecting Nature's ability to produce that life support. As a result, human society...
January 12, 2015 Breakingviews: Water woes could open taps on corporate riskSource: Reuters
Water is set to become a more serious risk for companies and investors. It’s already recognized. World Economic Forum attendees named H2O a top-three risk two years running. And two-thirds of the world’s largest companies worry...
Source: The Guardian
This year the UN marks its 70th anniversary. Sadly, there is little time for reflection or celebration. More pressing are the competing demands and challenges fuelled by an upsurge in conflict, disease and human suffering. These...
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