January 23, 2018

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Why Recycling Could Increase, Not Decrease, After China Ban

China’s ban on scrap imports won’t necessarily halt progress on plastics recycling, if Dow’s “Hefty EnergyBag” program pans out.

Global Food Companies Neglect Water — And It’s Hurting the Bottom Line

Among global food companies, there is a “drought” of water-aware boards of directors.

ExxonMobil Fights State Access to Climate Change Research

ExxonMobil wants justices on Massachusetts’ highest court to block an investigation by the state attorney’s office into Exxon’s corporate records.

Green Climate Fund Applicants Still Waiting for Crucial Mitigation Funding

The Green Climate Fund is facing steep criticism.

Deforestation Puts Almost $1 Trillion in Assets at Risks Worldwide

According to a CDP report, deforestation is leaving as much as $941 billion in assets worldwide at risk as they are linked to...

U.S. Army Agrees: Climate Change Makes It Harder To Do Your Job

The U.S. Army has been raising alarms about the impact of climate change on training and readiness, and a new report from The...

In the Face of Climate Change: The Challenges of Sustainability Leadership

At Dreamforce 2017, sustainability leaders explained the tactics by which they communicate about climate change.

Climate Volatility Pushes Global Wine Production to a 50-Year Low

2017 will prove to be a rough year for wine grape growers worldwide, due to extreme weather events in countries such as France...

In a Race Against the Clock, Scientists in Hawaii Hope “Super Coral” Can Survive Climate Change

A group of researchers at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology have been laser-focused on understanding why many reefs are in rapid decline.

Coffee Under Threat

Will it taste worse as the planet warms?




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