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September 20, 2011 Climate Issues Important But Less Urgent for Sustainability ProsSource: Greenbiz
While climate, energy and water remain top concerns, those issues don't hold the same urgency as they once did for sustainability professionals
September 19, 2011 Global Warming on Temporary Hold Thanks to Deep OceansSource: International Business Times
Global warming is temporarily on hold as the deep ocean currents and circulations absorb the sun's heat before releasing it finally, scientists said on Sunday. The study conducted by scientists at the National Center for...
September 14, 2011 More Bad News for Global Warming True BelieversSource: Fronmt Page Magazine
A stunning report by a panel of international scientists casts doubt that man is the cause of global warming or climate change. The study concluded that “natural causes,” not anthropogenic (man-made) causes, “are very likely to...
September 8, 2011 Clouds do not Cause Climate Change: StudySource: International Business Times
A study published this week in Geophysical Research Letters disproves recent claims that clouds are the root cause of climate change. Based on a 10-year study of El Nino and La Nina cycles, Andrew Dessler, atmospheric sciences...
September 2, 2011 Ceres Report: Insurers Slow to Recognize Climate Change Threat to Their Business Models and Larger EconomySource: Ceres
Only 11 of 88 major insurers surveyed recently have formal policies in place to deal with growing climate change risks, according to a major new report issued today by Ceres. The report was to have been delivered today at a...
August 24, 2011 New Ernst & Young LLP report outlines five actions CFOs can take to enhance corporate value through sustainability and manage emerging risksSource: PR Newswire
Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) have greater reason to be directly involved in their companies' sustainability efforts as investors, customers and other stakeholders draw a stronger connection between sustainability and financial...
August 22, 2011 Experiments demonstrate warming threatSource: Divernet.com
The latest report comes against the background of a clear warning from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Its 4th Assessment Report has estimated that unless terrestrial carbon dioxide emissions are ...
August 17, 2011 Study Blames Humans for Half of Recent Arctic Ice MeltSource: Sci-Tech-Today
A new study funded by the National Science Foundation is the first to attribute a specific proportion of the record Arctic ice melt to greenhouse gases and particulates from pollution. The study says about half the record ice...
July 27, 2011 Pennslyvania fracking report raises questionsSource: Politico
Don’t expect any quick resolution to fracking controversies in Pennsylvania, even though the state finally has a clearer idea of what it needs to do to better regulate the natural gas industry. The state’s Marcellus Shale...
July 26, 2011 FRONTLINES: The Specter of “Climate Wars”Source: USAID
The science and practice of analyzing the interaction of climate change and conflict is new and evolving. There is little certainty over exactly how climatic change will manifest in specific locations or its consequences for...
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