US corn’s gravy train faces derailment

  The US produces enough corn in one year to fill a freight train stretching round the world, according to a recent study. But climate change and unsustainable use of water resources and fertilizers threaten this vast industry. By Kieran Cooke LONDON, 22 June, 2014 –...
Posted On 22 Jun 2014
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Economic risks from climate change bigger than previously estimated

Nicholas Stern: 'I got it wrong on climate change – it's far, far worse'
Posted On 16 Jun 2014
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Is Canadian support for engagement with Asia declining?

Support for international engagement driven more by political comfort and familiarity.
Posted On 10 Jun 2014
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GRI seeks comments on new reporting structure

26 May 2014 – GRI is seeking feedback from the public on intended governance changes designed to strengthen GRI’s role as a standard setter for sustainability reporting and its suitability as official reference in public policy. While GRI has long been accepted as ‘de facto...
Posted On 26 May 2014
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How large is the Canadian environmental market?

Climate change policy will continue to be the main driver of new environmental markets.
Posted On 05 May 2014
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In Conversation with Rob Wesseling – Extreme Weather

Climate change is a fact. Regardless of your view of cause more severe weather is unavoidable.
Posted On 19 Feb 2014
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New Transparency Agenda for Canada’s Mining Sector

This is a real game-changer globally
Posted On 25 Jan 2014
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