World food trade runs chokepoint gauntlet

A group of physical chokepoints - roads, ports and waterways - could disrupt the flow of world food trade, with drastic consequences.
Posted On 27 Jun 2017
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Sustainability revolution keeps Taliban at bay

The winners of an annual worldwide competition to spread clean energy have been urged to see it as a sustainability revolution.
Posted On 18 Jun 2017
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Deep in the oceans, human activities are taking a toll.

Once seen as too remote to harm, the deep sea is facing new pressures from mining, pollution, overfishing and more.
Posted On 08 Jun 2017
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Marine reserves protect against warming climate

Marine reserves can give protection against the impacts of climate change to both sea life and land-dwelling species, including humans.
Posted On 07 Jun 2017
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Urban heat islands leave cities sweltering

Many city dwellers face a hotter future than their suburban and rural peers because the urban heat island effect can double city temperatures.
Posted On 01 Jun 2017
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The Cost of Pollution – It’s killing us – literally!

Pollution Costs Canadians Tens of Billions Every Year, Reveals New One-of-its-kind Report
Posted On 01 Jun 2017
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Canada to reduce emissions from oil and gas industry

The natural gas used to heat homes, and the gasoline that powers cars will be produced with less harm to our environment.
Posted On 25 May 2017
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Climate stabilization: Planting trees cannot replace cutting CO2 emissions

Growing plants and then storing the CO2 they have taken up from the atmosphere is no viable option to counteract unmitigated emissions from fossil fuel burning, a new study shows
Posted On 18 May 2017
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