History warns of drought’s destructive force

  The role of drought in the fall of ancient Mayan civilisation highlights the vital need today for water management in fighting the impacts of climate change
Posted On 31 Aug 2016
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Scientists link conflict and climate change

New research demonstrates scientifically that armed conflict in ethnically-divided societies could be connected to climate-related extremes of heat or drought.
Posted On 17 Aug 2016
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Climate disasters increase risk of armed conflict in multi-ethnic countries

Climate disasters like heat-waves or droughts enhance the risk of armed conflicts in countries with high ethnic diversity
Posted On 26 Jul 2016
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Flood damages could multiply under climate change

Flood-related losses can be expected to increase considerably in Germany as a result of climate change, a new study shows.
Posted On 22 Jul 2016
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California trees have $1bn street value

Researchers calculate the huge environmental and economic benefits to taxpayers of the trees that line many streets in California’s cities and suburbs.
Posted On 25 Jun 2016
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Riding the Clean Energy Wave

This is a robust product that can be deployed in a real-world environment and can produce power and water
Posted On 16 Jun 2016
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Doing more to save our oceans

On World Oceans Day (June 8), Canadians across the country say we're not doing enough to care for our oceans, and they're prepared to take action.
Posted On 07 Jun 2016
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The number one thing we can do to protect Earth’s oceans

Marine governance favors consumption and commerce over conservation. Here's what we can do about it.
Posted On 29 May 2016
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