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March 25, 2014 PepsiCo's First Water Report Sets the Bar for Stewardship
GreenBiz - PepsiCo offered a detailed glimpse of its efforts today with the launch of its inaugural water report, which also coincides with îStockholm International Water Instituteî's World Water Week taking place...
March 25, 2014 Gallup ranks best and worst cities for well-beingSource: USA Today
The people of Provo, Utah, have the highest level of well-being and the folks around Huntington, W.Va., the lowest, at least according to the latest ranking of 189 cities and metropolitan areas from Gallup and Healthways.
March 25, 2014 Dissent among scientists over key climate impact reportSource: BBC News
Senior scientists and government officials are meeting in Japan to agree a critical report on the impact of global warming. Leaked documents speak of significant effects on economies, food supplies and security. But some...
Source: Food Safety News
An international conservation organization working to protect the world’s oceans is out with a report naming the nine dirtiest U.S. fisheries. The report says the equivalent of 1 billion seafood meals per year are being thrown...
March 21, 2014 Americans Again Pick Environment Over Economic GrowthSource: Gallup
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Americans are more likely to say protection of the environment should be given priority, even at the risk of curbing economic growth. Since 2009, during the economic downturn, Americans generally prioritized...
March 20, 2014 Leaked IPCC report links climate change to global food scare
Science Recorder - The new IPCC report intends to highlight the social effects of climate change, with the draft suggesting a decline ... which can potentially increase malnourishment among the population, with children being...
March 20, 2014 A Steady 57% in U.S. Blame Humans for Global WarmingSource: Gallup
More Americans believe increases in the Earth's temperature over the last century are due to pollution from human activities (57%) than to naturally occurring changes in the environment (40%). The balance of views on this issue...
March 18, 2014 Climate Change Could Cause the Next Great FamineSource: Time
A new study finds that as the planet warms, yields for important staple crops like wheat could decline sharply.
March 17, 2014 Fukushima fallout: New book blares warning on nuclear risk
Missoulian - Books and news coverage about nuclear power coalesced into ... eager to spread the idea of the âpeaceful atomâ as counterpoint to the image of nuclear technology as a tool of war established by the...
Mashable - Those previous studies were based in large part on recent surface temperature trends. See also ... the transient climate response calculation determines how much global temperatures will change as atmospheric carbon...
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