July 30, 2015

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Home News PolicyPolitics Clean Energy 'Creates More Jobs Than Fossil Fuels', Report Claims

Research paper claims renewable energies and energy efficiency can maintain economic growth and provide a sufficient supply of energy

The Vatican Encyclical and Responsible Investing

Just as the Pope points to the stewardship of the world’s natural resources as a fundamental obligation, investors have begun to focus on...

Sesame Street, World Bank Apply Behavioral and Educational Insight to Scale Up Sanitation and Hygiene

A bright, green global ambassador for life-saving hygiene habits from Sesame Street -- the world's largest informal educator of children.

Why We Should Think About People as Well as the Environment on World Environment Day

Check out these models that demonstrate why it's important to think about an integrated approach to environmental and sustainable development challenges...

FAO Launches Digital Platform on Family Farming

New digital platform that aims to become a “one-stop shop” for information, data and legislation on the sector that produces some 80 percent...

Red Crabs Swarm Southern California, Linked to ‘Warm Blob’ in Pacific

Sea surface temperatures 4-7 degrees warmer than normal, possibly connected to a radical change in a Pacific ocean weather pattern, are likely driving...

Social Entrepreneurship Law Gains Early Traction; Hartford Seen as Hub

Since Connecticut's law was enacted in October, 42 companies have registered as benefit corporations, including 17 on the first day.

Who's Telling the Pope That Climate Change Is Real?

Pope Francis receives advice about climate change science from some of the field’s most accomplished veterans.

Water Taps and Information Gaps

A snapshot of water resources, why they're under threat, and efforts to conserve this life-giving liquid.

Building Community in South Florida with Mangoes

To reduce waste, Northwood Greenlife, an organization dedicated to sustainable living practices, is collecting unused mangoes to donate to a local food bank.



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