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February 26, 2015 Free Management Briefing on Sustainable & Ethical Cotton Sourcing

Source: Innovation Forum

Here is Innovation Forum’s new management briefing on Sustainable and ethical cotton sourcing –How to get it right, and make it pay for your business.[more]

February 23, 2015 Ancient cities grew pretty much like modern ones, say scientists

Source: CS Monitor

A study of archeological data from ancient Mexican settlements reveals remarkable similarities between pre-Colombian cities and modern ones, lending support to the idea that urban spaces are shaped by universal social behaviors....

February 20, 2015 Americans Support Action on Global Warming

Source: The Energy Collective

Reports showing that global warming and its worldwide effects on human lives have become more common in recent months and years. Here, we summarize the results of some polls of American public opinion on this subject.

February 20, 2015 Arsenic, nitrates among pollutants in California drinking water: report

Source: Reuters

California’s public drinking water systems violated safety levels for contaminants more than 1,000 times during the 2012-2013 fiscal year says a report that cites high levels in some water systems of arsenic, nitrates and other...

February 19, 2015 NASA Study Finds Increased Risk of U.S. Megadrought

Ecology - The Fifth Assessment Report, issued by the United Nations îIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Changeî (IPCC) in 2013, synthesized the available scientific studies and reported that increases in evaporation...

February 19, 2015 Miami is already sinking under rising sea levels

Grist - In 2014, the îIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Changeî released its fifth Assessment Report, predicting that oceans would rise more than three feet by 2100. Those projections make for some alarming visions...

February 18, 2015 Global Ocean Acidity Revealed in New Maps

Source: Live Science

Ocean acidification can now be seen from space, highlighting an ongoing danger of climate change and revealing the regions most at risk.

February 16, 2015 America's heartland risks ag economic disruptions as climate change advances, report says

Source: High Planes Ag Journal

The Midwestern U.S. faces potential disruptions to its agricultural economy, and dangerous levels of heat in many of its largest cities, if climate change continues unabated, according to a new report released Jan. 23 by the...

February 16, 2015 Tiny Quakes Linked to Fracking Raise Risks, Geophysicist Says

Source: NBC News

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Small earthquakes shaking Oklahoma and southern Kansas daily and linked to energy drilling are dramatically increasing the chance of bigger and dangerous quakes, federal research indicates

February 13, 2015 Plastic Ocean Waste Levels Going Up, Study Says

Source: NY Times

Some eight million metric tons of plastic waste makes its way into the world’s oceans each year, and the amount of the debris is likely to increase greatly over the next decade unless nations take strong measures to dispose of...

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