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Explaining Extreme Events From A Climate Perspective Regeneration - This BAMS special report presents assessments of how human-caused climate change may have affected the strength and likelihood of individual extreme events. This sixth edition of explaining extreme events of the previous year (2016) from a climate perspective is the first of these reports to find that some extreme events were not possible in a preindustrial climate. The events were the 2016 record global heat, the heat acro...
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12 Social Media Moments Youand We Loved In 2017 - Source: Greenpeace UK
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Palm Oils Ecological Footprint Extends To Distant Forests Study - Source: MongaBay
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Year of Living Courageously - Pixabay.com It is precisely because 2017 was such a challenging year in our field that I feel a sense of accomplishment and momentum as we face the future of sustainable and resilient communities. In such dark times, it’s been said, there is no room for pessimism. Certainly that is the attitude that many cities across the globe have taken in leading the way to a more sustainable future, especially in carrying forth the Paris climate agreement. When the Trump
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Start Up Has Figured Out How To Turn Diesel Pollution Into - Courtesy Graviky Labs Air pollution isn’t pretty. Worldwide, it’s linked to stroke, heart disease, respiratory problems, low birth weight, and millions of premature deaths annually. In the world’s most polluted cities, the particles can be so dense that they obscure the sky and stain everything from clothes to windowpanes. Graviky Labs, an India-based start-up that emerged from the MIT Media Lab, is taking a lemons-to-lemonade app...
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One of Our Rarest Whales Needs Your Help - Did you know one of the most endangered whales on Earth lives just off the Florida panhandle? If not, then rest assured you are not alone; few people have heard of the majestic yet elusive Gulf of Mexico whale. Sadly, one of their most notable features is their dismally low abundance. It’s estimated that only 33 of them are alive today. Already teetering on the brink of extinction, the whales now face an unprecedented dual attack from the oil
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Njs Proposed Nuclear Bailout Explained A Closer Look - The New Jersey Senate recently introduced a standalone bill to subsidize failing nuclear plants. If enacted, this would be the first state measure to subsidize nuclear power plants in isolation, with no commitment to scale up the energy efficiency and renewable energy resources needed to ultimately replace the aging plants. As set out in our issue brief, the purpose of subsidizing nuclear power plants is not to prop up an uneconomical r...
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Wither Tsca Reform - montillon.a via Flickr As 2017 draws to a close, let’s check in on the progress of “TSCA Reform” which is shorthand for implementation of the recently revised Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)—the primary federal law intended to protect the public from exposure to unsafe chemicals in commercial and consumer products and in homes, schools, the workplace and the marketplace. Broadly speaking, the centerpiece of the revised law establishes a system for EPA to evaluate th...
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Wendell Berry is The Quiet Narrator of This New Documentary - Source: Civil Eats – All
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GMO Digital Disclosures Pose Big Challenges - By Katrina Staves When Congress passed a national GMO disclosure law last summer, we warned (link) legislators that relying on digital disclosures through smartphones would pose big challenges for consumers. This fall, experts at Deloitte confirmed our worst fears. Deloitte’s study found that nearly one-in-four Americans don’t own a smartphone (cellphone?) and that three-in-four doesn’t know that you can scan QR codes to get production informati...
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