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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Profiteers of climate change in the Arctic
Climate change is opening up shipping routes once covered by ice and making it easier to gain access to the Arctic's fossil fuels.
The Story of Change
The Story of Change
animated short, filmmaker Annie Leonard explains why citizens, not shoppers, hold the key to a better world.
Why does the US lack a federal climate policy?
What does the United States' political reality mean for the future of action on climate change?
Japan’s post 3-11 “Plan B”
Peak oil means peak food and, very possibly, the peak of human advancement.
Kenya: first African nation to set up climate authority
A member of Kenya's parliament drafts a bill to set up Africa's first climate change authority
Universities co-creating urban sustainability
Universities have begun collaborating with diverse social actors to drive the sustainable transformation of regions, cities, communities.
Recycling on the US–Mexico border
Trade in second-hand products between affluent countries and neighbouring developing nations can be mutually beneficial.
Whatever happened to carbon capture?
CCS has been hobbled by the economic crisis and Europe is far behind the US, but a new Norwegian plant provides hope.
The convenience city ultimatum
In their exploration of creating a sustainable Vancouver by 2050, a University of British Columbia team presents its final "big ideas".
Climate change is a human rights issue
Human rights bodies could help spur collective action to overcome the obstacles to progress on global warming, argues the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food.
Climate pollution killing oysters
New evidence shows that ocean acidification is harming commercially valuable species in the northwestern Pacific region of North America.
Enhancing indigenous knowledge in rice terraces
Melding science and local wisdom can support farming practices threatened by climate change.
The simpler way to a greener future
Trying out small changes will make your life better and at the same time greener.
A city that runs on itself
Cut greenhouse gas emissions dramatically? A team of students envisions building this into Vancouver's future.
Do you believe in climate change?
That's not a question you should be asking — it's a matter of empirical evidence, not belief.
Scientists denounce climate change denial, censorship
Canadian media coverage of climate change has fallen by 80% due to the conservative government's restrictive policies.
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