April 23, 2014

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For Earth Day, a Climate Warning

According to the latest Gallup Poll, only about one-third of Americans are greatly worried about global warming. But the scientists who study climate...

UN Scientific Panel Releases Report Sounding Alarm on Climate Change Dangers

This may not seem like news anymore, but as author and Princeton professor Oppenheimer puts it: "We're all sitting ducks." HuffPost.

World Water Day Sparks a Productive Dialogue on Water Issues

"Conserving water conserves energy, and conserving energy conserves water," was a key message of World Water Day 2014. 3p.

UN: 13 of 14 Warmest Years on Record Occurred in 21st Century

Global warming trend continues with floods, droughts and extreme weather events around the world. Guardian.

Costa Rica May Keep Carbon Neutrality Goal

Costa Rica's leaders appear steadfast in their commitment to broaden the country's renewable energy base. 3p.

Want Everyone to Buy into Environmentalism? Never Say "Earth"

Marketing the environmental movement: What Fenton Communications says works. Grist.

62 Countries Now Have 'Flagship' Legislation on Climate Change

Research shows 61 countries have legislated for domestic clean energy, while 54 are for greater energy efficiency. TheClimateGroup.

How to Save Water on Fracking

In 2012, fracking consumed some 50 billion gallons of water; water many communities can ill afford to spare. Bloomberg.

Lawlessness Is Undoing Effort to Save Honduran Forests

As Honduras becomes a transfer point for drug shipments, drug money is enabling invaders to deforest the land for businesses. NYT.

Study Shows Urbanization's Impact on Biodiversity

Although far fewer species were found in cities, the authors said it was wrong to view them as urban deserts. BBC.



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