Climate-Fueled Malnutrition Could Cause An Additional 500000 Deaths Annually By 2050

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
On current greenhouse gas emissions trajectories, the projected increases in food availability will be a third less than they otherwise would be. ...read more
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Ontario moves forward with cap and trade program

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
The provincial government of Ontario has moved ahead with its plans of limiting greenhouse gas emissions and resulting pollution through a cap and ... ...read more
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Brown Treesnake Rapid Response Team Deployed to Saipan after Two Snake Sightings

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
Summary: SAIPAN – Two recent reports of two brown treesnakes on Saipan is prompting federal and state officials to urge citizens of Hawaii, Guam and other Pacific Islands to report any sightings of these invasive snakes to authorities. Snakes can be reported by calling (671) 777-HISS or (670) 28-SNAKE Officials Urge Citizens to Report Sightings Contact Information: Bob Reed ( Phone: 970-226-9464 );
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Banksy has been tagged, thanks to mathematics

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
CRIMINOLOGISTS increasingly rely on “geographic profiling”, an examination of the sites of dastardly deeds that narrows down the possible identities of serial criminals. A mathematical refinement of this idea has implications for pre-empting both terrorist activity and the progression of infectious disease. To demonstrate it, and to help settle a mystery, Steven Le Comber of Queen Mary, a college of the University of London, has used it to su
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Recycled water could help to cut the food bills

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
Australians eat a lot of water - the water that is used to produce food. New findings from the Foodprint Melbourne study estimate that more than 475 litres of water is used to grow each person's food every day. ...read more
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It's time to look at energy goals, says minister

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
The Government says it is looking at setting national energy targets to "send a strong signal to businesses about what New Zealand's energy future should look like". ...read more
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Here's how we can make power plants green and beautiful

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
Energy suppliers often refer to their industry as being caught in a 'trilemma', as people demand electricity that is both secure and cheap, while also being clean. But maybe it's time to add a forth consideration to the list - beauty. ...read more
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Government on verge of e-car action

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
The Government is about to announce a policy on electric cars - and it might include support for setting up a national system for charging the cars. ...read more
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Give MOOC a chance ...

March 3, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
Want to know more about the global transition to sustainable energy? The Massive Online Open Course could be what you're looking for. ...read more
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Statistics From China Say Coal Consumption Continues to Drop

March 2, 2016 | Carbon Emissions
The data lends further support to the view that the world's largest emitter of carbon dioxide may be reaching a peak in coal consumption. ...read more
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