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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
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.
Countdown to the tipping point?
Human-made greenhouse gas emissions have brought the Earth’s climate close to critical tipping points.
Sucking dry an African giant
The size and vibrancy of Lake Chad has diminished significantly thanks to climatic changes and poor human management.
Will you eco-marry me?
Wedding celebrations can be low carbon-emitting, socially-responsible, energy efficient and embrace the four Rs (reuse, reduce, recycle, repair).
Sad demise of the paper coffee cup
The bean counters at the World Wildlife Fund found that it takes more than 200 litres of water just to produce one cup of latte coffee.
You are what you read
With 100 trillion words on the Internet, where to start? We stay plugged into a network of websites around the world and share them here with you. What are you reading?
Walking on country with spirits
Located on the eastern shore of Australia’s tropical north, Shipton’s Flat is home to Marilyn, a Kuku Nyungkal Aboriginal woman, and her family.
Deal or no deal?
Top-down plans like a Green New Deal are an essential umbrella under which nations can cooperate to address common global problems.
Squeezing the issues
Climate change, access to water, reliance on oil and poor ecosystem health may provoke a storm of consequences, warns The Great Squeeze documentary.
Cutting emissions through innovation
Cleaner energy, boosted efficiency and lower emissions are essential, but technological innovation alone will not provide all the answers.
Sea level rise in Kowanyama
Aboriginal people living on gulf coastal plains in Kowanyama are particularly susceptible to even the most minor changes in sea level.
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