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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Debate 2.0: What will it take to make you change?
We ask: What will it take to make you change your high carbon emitting behaviours to save the planet?
The beauty of 10:10 is that it’s both achievable and meaningful
A new UK-based campaign launched on 1 September 2009 called 10:10 aims to reduce emissions by 10% by 2010.
How things work: Geothermal energy
Harnessing even more geothermal energy would cut fossil fuel use and lower greenhouse gas emission levels.
Fake trees, algae tubes and white roofs
Report from UK Institute of Mechanical Engineers says geo-engineering ideas can be integral part of the solution to climate change.
Young leaders from the global south
United Nations University students from the global south provide us with their thoughts about climate change and energy and food security.
Many strong voices
The Many Strong Voices Programme connects indigenous people from the Arctic and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) affected by climate change.
One man inspiring Hope
Wan Ping is inspiring volunteers to help him battle aridification with a land restoration project that halts advancing sand dunes in Khorchin, China.
Forbidden forest of the Dayak people
The Dayaks combine centuries-old indigenous knowledge with eco-tourism and carbon trading to fight deforestation.
Who put the COP15 in Copenhagen?
At the COP15 conference in Copenhagen in December we need to replace the Kyoto Protocol.
Japan to suffer huge climate costs
There is a pervasive belief amongst Japanese leaders and decision-makers that climate change will not have a big impact on Japan in the future. They are wrong.
Wilder typhoons may mean bigger yen losses
Wilder typhoons in Japan as a result of climate change could cause larger financial and infrastructure damage.
How-to guide for environmental refugees
Dubbed the world's first “environmental refugees”, Carteret Islanders document their relocation plan to aid other climate change victims.
2,000 watt society
Scientists in Switzerland have a strategy to boost the country's energy efficiency — the 2000 Watt Society.
Climate change-caused drift ice loss is impacting Japan's tourism industry and the marine ecosystem that depends on nutrients the ice carries.
Flipside of banking
Ethical banking considers the impacts of banking operations and is not just about delivering attractive profit margins.
Scientific fact: no time for fence-sitting
At a global scientific congress, participants argued that scientists' reluctance to give firmer climate change advice makes drafting policy difficult.
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