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April 28, 2016 United Technologies Proves Sustainability WorksSource: Just Means
Water and food are two essential things that humans need to survive. The world’s population is currently seven million and is projected to be nine million. Having enough food and water for that many people is a daunting task and...
As governments worldwide begin imposing fees on pollution to try to protect the climate, a debate over dueling approaches — one that has long been restricted to conferences and academia — is becoming prominent in Washington state.
Inside Climate News - manager of the insurance program at Ceres, a nonprofit that promotes sustainable business practices. "The markets pay attention to where he puts his money." Though Buffett profits handsomely from substantial...
Environmental Leader - There is a growing interest among institutional investors in water-related risk and disclosure, according to CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project). Last year CDP found 617 institutional investors asked...
Source: CBS News
Over the past 720 million years, the Earth has gone through periods of global warming and cooling, which new research ties to volcanic activity related to plate-tectonic movements. The new study, published in the journal Science,...
Source: CNS News
Sen. Jeff Merkley (D.-Ore.) declared on the Senate floor last week that “global warming is…the more challenge of our generation.”
The city will require private building owners to update heating and power systems to help meet a goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by 2050, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday.
Source: The Guardian
It was a spectacular signal of global intent on Friday when more than 170 governments signed up to the Paris deal. But it’s just the start of a long, hard road
April 22 is the day set aside to celebrate the Earth and learn more about the environment. It's a yearly commemoration that dates back to 1970 but have you ever wondered why it's celebrated on April 22?
April 22, 2016 4 policies that could help solve the world's water crisisSource: GreenBiz
Less than a decade ago, mainstream discussion started to include predictions of a future where global demand for water exceeds supply. Today, water scarcity is an unfortunate reality in all too many places.
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