Electric floor sparks power from footfalls

In a new burst of inventiveness in developing renewable energy, scientists have found how to generate electricity from people walking on an electric floor.
Posted On 29 Oct 2016
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Gas leaks fuel climate change

Gas leaks from pipelines and wells are a source of methane emissions that could be easily fixed.
Posted On 27 Oct 2016
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Support rises for marine protection, new survey finds

WWF-Canada survey shows coast-to-coast-to-coast approval for increasing ocean protection
Posted On 25 Oct 2016
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Boosting Renewables in Cities is Vital to Achieve Climate and Development Goals

IRENA analysis of more than 3,500 cities charts course to increase renewable energy in urban settings
Posted On 18 Oct 2016
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Global ‘bright spots’ offer climate hope

Scientists show how humans can improve poor people’s lives by reversing practices that destroy the environment and fuel climate change.
Posted On 15 Oct 2016
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Europe must prepare for extreme weather

Cities and towns across Europe are warned to adapt to the battering they face from intense storms as extreme weather events become more frequent.
Posted On 07 Oct 2016
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Governments Urged to End Expensive Emissions-Reduction Policies

Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission recommends letting biofuels stand on their own, without support from government subsidies
Posted On 05 Oct 2016

Pace of climate change too hot for crops

New study shows that the speed of climate change is now much too great for grassland species of vital food crops to adapt and survive.
Posted On 05 Oct 2016
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