Ecology and Environment

08.05.2014

White House Report Says Climate Change Having Immediate U.S. Impact, with Worse to Come

White House Report Says Climate Change Having Immediate U.S. Impact, with Worse to Come

A new report warns human-driven climate change is having dramatic health, ecological and financial impacts across the United States. The White House’s “National Climate Assessment” is reportedly the largest, most comprehensive U.S.-focused climate change study ever produced. It details how the consequences of climate change are hitting on several… »

07.05.2014

Foretelling Devastating Impact, Will White House Climate Report Spark Action on Global Warming?

Foretelling Devastating Impact, Will White House Climate Report Spark Action on Global Warming?

A new report warns human-driven climate change is having dramatic health, ecological and financial impacts across United States. The White House’s “National Climate Assessment” details how the consequences of climate change are hitting on several fronts — rising sea levels along the coasts, droughts and fires in the Southwest, and… »

04.05.2014

Open Letter to Evo Morales about nuclear energy

  This letter was delivered to the Secretary of the Presidency of Bolivia on March 27, 2014. We are awaiting the response of President Morales and we will publish it as soon as it will arrive. Dear Evo Morales, First of all… »

28.04.2014

Ex-Japanese PM on How Fukushima Meltdown was Worse Than Chernobyl & Why He Now Opposes Nuclear Power

Ex-Japanese PM on How Fukushima Meltdown was Worse Than Chernobyl & Why He Now Opposes Nuclear Power

Three years ago today a massive earthquake triggered a devastating tsunami that struck Japan’s northeast coast, resulting in an unprecedented nuclear crisis: a triple meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station. As Japan marks the anniversary with continued uncertainty around Fukushima’s long-term impact, we are joined by Naoto Kan,… »

28.04.2014

Water is a human right – Interview with Maude Barlow

Water is a human right – Interview with Maude Barlow

Starting our collaboration with the Right Livelihood Award Foundation, we are glad to publish an interview with one of their Laureates, world-renowned water activist Maude Barlow.  Maude, your latest book, Blue Future, is the final book of the Blue trilogy. It started with Blue Gold in 2002 and continued with… »

25.04.2014

Debating rhino de-horning in Assam

Debating rhino de-horning in Assam

India, the largest democracy in the globe, has been running a massive electoral exercise, where the media continues zooming in on poll related incidents, and a sensible debate gains momentum in the eastern province of Assam. Once known for relentless insurgency, the northeast Indian province has marked its presence felt… »

25.04.2014

Amazon rainforest survey could improve carbon offset schemes

Amazon rainforest survey could improve carbon offset schemes

Carbon offsetting initiatives could be improved with new insights into the make-up of tropical forests, a study suggests. Scientists studying the Amazon Basin have revealed unprecedented detail of the size, age and species of trees across the region by comparing satellite maps with hundreds of field plots. The… »

21.04.2014

Exclusive: 4 Years After BP Disaster, Ousted Drilling Chief Warns U.S. at Risk of Another Oil Spill

Exclusive: 4 Years After BP Disaster, Ousted Drilling Chief Warns U.S. at Risk of Another Oil Spill

Four years after BP’s Deepwater Horizon drilling platform exploded and killed 11 workers, causing more than 200 million gallons of oil to spew into the Gulf of Mexico, the Environmental Protection Agency has lifted a ban that excluded BP from new federal contracts. In a broadcast exclusive, we speak with… »

21.04.2014

UK Environmental Agency warns of risk to nuclear dump

According to a report by The Guardian “Britain’s nuclear dump is virtually certain to be eroded by rising sea levels and to contaminate the Cumbrian coast with large amounts of radioactive waste, according to an internal document released by the… »

11.04.2014

Momentum on Fossil Fuel Divestment Grows as Harvard Professors, Desmond Tutu Call for Action

Momentum on Fossil Fuel Divestment Grows as Harvard Professors, Desmond Tutu Call for Action

Momentum is growing in the movement to divest from fossil fuel companies. On Thursday, South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu called for an anti-apartheid-style boycott and disinvestment campaign against the industry for its role in driving climate change. Meanwhile, nearly 100 members of the faculty at Harvard University released an open… »

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