Mixed forests may not resist climate change

Variety is not just life’s spice, but its support system. But it may not be so simple for mixed forests, researchers say.
Posted On 04 Dec 2017
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More harm than good with climate geo-engineering

Geo-engineering might be possible – but so far it doesn’t look practical. Yet another study sees dangers in the technofix.
Posted On 24 Nov 2017
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“Build it Once. Build it Right. Build it to Last.”

Largest Gathering of Canada's Cement and Concrete Industry Heads to Parliament Hill to help Canadians face the challenges of reducing carbon emissions and adapting to climate change.
Posted On 17 Oct 2017
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Evaporation could offer new source of renewable energy

Natural evaporation could provide most of the electricity used by the US and also save about one fifth of the water it uses, scientists believe.
Posted On 06 Oct 2017
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Paying for forests has multiple benefits

Paying for forests conserves a vital world resource. But somebody must pay the locals a tangible share of the intangible global gains.
Posted On 06 Aug 2017
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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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New Low Carbon Economy Fund Announced

Fund to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and generate clean growth
Posted On 15 Jun 2017
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