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Business students across the world learn that corporate management works for the shareholders, who own the company. Corporate leaders and their boards thus have the obligation to provide their owners with all known information so...
Large swathes of the northern hemisphere, home to some 2 billion people, could suffer increasing water shortages due to shrinking snowpacks, researchers said on Thursday.
November 12, 2015 New Study Says Sea Levels May Not Rise as Quickly as PredictedSource: Morning Ticker
A number of studies done in the last year are predicting that sea levels will rise as much as 10 feet due in part to the rapid melting of the massive West Antarctic Ice Sheet, but a new study says the computer models overlooked...
November 12, 2015 UK becomes only G7 country to increase fossil fuel subsidiesSource: The Guardian
The UK is alone among G7 nations in dramatically increasing its fossil fuel subsidies, despite an earlier pledge to phase them out, a new report has found.
November 9, 2015 The Role of Global Warming in the California DroughtSource: Decoded Science
Over 71 percent of the state is still experiencing extreme drought conditions, and 46 percent is still experiencing exceptional drought, the most severe drought category.
November 9, 2015 Editorial Soak the rich to help solve California's water crisisSource: LA Times
During a time of drought, when most urban dwellers are making do with less, nothing sticks in the craw quite like the cad in Bel-Air who reportedly is using 90 times as much water as the average household
November 9, 2015 By rejecting Keystone, President Obama cements his climate legacySource: The Guardian
The stupid-from-the-beginning Keystone XL pipeline is dead. It was designed to make it easier to sell the dirtiest of all fuels (tar sands and petcoke), which pollute our air and are inefficient as fuels. The proposed project was...
November 6, 2015 Map: Where climate change is a big deal (and where it isn’t)Source: Washington Post
A Pew survey conducted in 40 countries found that a majority of respondents were concerned about the threat of climate change and wanted their governments to be more proactive about mitigating its effects.
November 6, 2015 Earth on the edge - Special ReportSource: Reuters
Every day, news headlines and science reports reflect a world increasingly impacted by unsustainable trends and catastrophic climate events. But in fact, disaster is avoidable, and this series will explain why. It takes you...
November 3, 2015 What success at the Paris climate conference could look like
Daily Kos - Even without federal policies that offer generous tax breaks for clean energy, the United States is poised for a revolution "when solar becomes that technology of choice," explained Bloomberg New Energy Finance...
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