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Today’s two billion middle class consumers will more than double globally over the next two decades. But while cities in China, India and other developing countries will be...
Part of Resource Revolution, June 2014
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Climate change is risky business – but how risky is it for business? With temperatures predicted to rise anywhere from one to four degrees this century, droughts, floods and...
Part of Stormy Science, Rocky Investments, June 2014
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What’s really preventing us from enacting environmental change? Blame our brains, says Daniel Goleman, author of Ecological Intelligence. As he explains it, “The problem...
Part of Ecological Intelligence, May 2014
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Today’s teenagers, also known as Millenials or Generation Y, now have a new moniker: Greenagers. That’s because they are coming of age in an era plagued by the effects of...
Part of Climate in the Classroom, March 2014
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Three years after Fukushima is nuclear power dead in the water? Or is it poised for revival due to the world’s desperate need for carbon-free energy? Every day the Fukushima...
Part of Nuclear Power: Meltdown or Revival?, April 2014
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America is in the midst of a fracking boom. Most new oil and gas wells in this country are drilled using hyrdraulic fracturing, the injection of a cocktail of water and...
Part of The Fracking Boom, April 2014
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From Egyptian irrigation systems to Roman aqueducts to the dikes and canals of The Netherlands, the world’s civilizations have long found innovative ways to harness and...
Part of Aquatech, March 2014
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Tim Koopman is a fourth-generation rancher; his family has been raising cattle on their ranch in Alameda County since 1918 and he now heads the California Cattlemen’s...
Part of Meatonomics, February 2014
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Since 1989, The Goldman Environmental Prize has honored more than 150 grassroots heroes who are fighting on the front lines to deliver clean water, clean air and preserve the...
Part of The Goldman Prize at 25, March 2014
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Breathing, eating and consuming, an individual human being produces tons of carbon every year – population may be the key to curbing greenhouse gas emissions. Populations are...
Part of Condoms and Climate, February 2014
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The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Warsaw, Poland last year achieved modest progress toward an international agreement on reducing carbon pollution. In 2015, the...
Part of Going to Paris: Ambassador Todd Stern, February 2014
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Swelling sea levels used to be a concern associated with future generations and faraway lands. Then Superstorm Sandy poured the Atlantic Ocean into the New York subway. Here...
Part of Rising Seas, Rising Costs, February 2014
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Who should take responsibility for reducing the amount of plastic debris that litters our cities, waterways and oceans? While many consumers have given up their plastic...
Part of Beyond Plastic, January 2014
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“For us, a drought means human misery, economic devastation to some natural assets and certainly an unproductive living standard for the majority of our people,” said...
Part of Fluid State: The Future of Water in California, January 2014
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"A clean-energy economy, I think, is the future,” according to 75th U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, who leads America’s Navy and Marine Corps. One of the world’s...
Part of U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, January 2014
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"I will attest to the fact that the federal government actually has left the building," said Kofi Bonner, president of Lennar’s Bay Area Urban Division. Rather than depending...
Part of Metro Revolution, September 2013
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"We could end up being part of the problem, even when we're right," said Jim Hoggan, co-Founder of the DeSmog Blog and chair of the David Suzuki Foundation. "Self-...
Part of Skeptics & Smog, December 2013
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“I wish more companies would come out of the closet, so to speak, and talk about what they’re doing,” said Sissel Waage, director of biodiversity and ecosystem services at...
Part of Forest Wars, December 2013
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"I don't think there's any right to emit, I think there's a right to development," said former World Bank chief economist Lord Nicholas Stern, a professor at the London...
Part of Lord Nicholas Stern: The 2013 Stephen Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, December 2013
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"Climate change is not some academic thing, it's pervasive – you see the signs of change everywhere,” said Ben Santer, a climate scientist at the Lawrence Livermore National...
Part of Carbon Curves, December 2013

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