Environment

A Possible Rebirth of the Carbon Market?

Many people have voiced pessimism over an international agreement to address climate change since the 2009 climate conference in Copenhagen fell short of expectations. The lac...

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Drought followed by brain: How climate change spurred evolution of human intelligence

Scientists show shifts from dry to wet and back in East Africa’s Rift Valley caused the development of the human brain. Humans evolved their very large brains in respon...

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Why the World Bank is Taking on Climate Change

The World Bank is stepping up efforts to address greenhouse emissions and to help build resilience in vulnerable communities amid a changing climate. Click here to know more.

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Investors sound the alarm on climate change

Why a coalition worth $3 trillion is calling on the oil, gas, coal, and energy industries to reassess the risks of a warming planet: If human-caused climate change is accepte...

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7.3 magnitude earthquake off Japan prompts Fukushima plant evacuation

An earthquake of 7.3 magnitude has hit 231 miles (371 kilometers) east of Japan’s Honshu Island with tremors felt in Tokyo. The quake prompted an evacuation at the devas...

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Nuclear power plant in Japan moves radioactive water to facilitate damage control for Typhoon Francisco.

Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant is bracing itself for Typhoon Francisco, set to hit the country this weekend, by quickly securing new storage space for contaminate...

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Climate change, rapid urbanization, and subsiding land are putting the world’s coastal cities at increasing risk of dangerous flooding.

Climate change, rapid urbanization, and subsiding land are putting the world’s coastal cities at increasing risk of dangerous and costly flooding, a new study calculatin...

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Lee Hotz: Inside an Antarctic time machine

Science columnist Lee Hotz describes a remarkable project at WAIS Divide, Antarctica, where a hardy team are drilling into ten-thousand-year-old ice to extract vital data on o...

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A drop in carbon dioxide pollution by 3.8% in the US

Warm winters, more efficient cars, less coal use combine for big drop in US carbon pollution. Read More Here

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Global warming and global security

The latest scientific evidence released on global warming. Read More Here 

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‘Think beyond, solve different’, ways to end the Climate woes

The world is burning and many people across the world are seeking bolder action on clima...

March 18 2019

Children with disabilities more exposed to abuse and violence

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet spoke at a Human Rights Co...

March 15 2019

Nothing Is Impossible

In one of SillyPoint Productions’ earlier plays, the UK royal family hid its Parsi...

March 14 2019