Risk level rises for North American forests

The speed at which the climate is changing is outstripping forests’ ability to adapt to drier, hotter conditions across vast swathes of the US and Canada.
Posted On 06 Mar 2016
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When sea levels rise, damage costs rise even faster

Damages from extreme events like floods are even more relevant than the mean sea level itself when it comes to the costs of climate impacts for coastal regions.
Posted On 29 Feb 2016
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Emissions could make Earth uninhabitable

Researchers predict that the hothouse effect of runaway greenhouse gases would ultimately boil our planet dry and make it incapable of sustaining life.
Posted On 27 Feb 2016
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New Offshore Legislation on Environmental Protection Now in Effect

Legislation ensures companies operating offshore can cover cleanup costs and that the polluter pays not taxpayers,
Posted On 26 Feb 2016
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It’s time to restore the flow of our planet’s life-giving waters

If we get smarter about how we use and manage water, we can have healthy rivers and healthy economies side by side.
Posted On 14 Feb 2016
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Study: Rising Seas Slowed by Increasing Water on Land

New measurements from a NASA satellite show for the first time, how climate-driven increases of liquid water storage on land have affected the rate of sea level rise.
Posted On 13 Feb 2016
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Vertical Farming Can Provide Needed Crops to Water-Scarce Regions

By Keith White October 28, 2015 –  California, an area highly publicized for its severe water woes, agriculture alone uses 80 percent of the state’s water supply — yet farmers are forced to use less water and sacrifice crops for the good of the masses. When water scarcity...
Posted On 30 Oct 2015
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Smart Water Market $35.9 Billion over next decade 

At a time of growing water shortages worldwide, we are still wasting over a quarter of the water we use
Posted On 21 Oct 2015
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