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Does Ecoliteracy Prevent Environmental Action?Published World Watch  8/11/2014
Why environmental education isn’t enough to create change and improve governanceCONTACT GAELLE GOURMELON | For Release: August 12, 2014        Read On!State of the World 2014:Governing for
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Coffee Production Near Record Levels, Sustainable Share RisingPublished World Watch  8/5/2014
For Release: August 5, 2014Vital Signs Online: Coffee Production Near Record Levels, Sustainable Share RisingContact:  Gaelle Gourmelon New Worldwatch Institute analysis examines global trends in coffee production, practices, and pricesWashington, D.C.— Although fluctuating
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Solar Power Installations Jump to a New Annual RecordPublished World Watch  7/29/2014
New analysis by the Worldwatch Institute examines global trends in the solar power sectorWashington, D.C.—The year 2013 saw record-breaking growth for solar electricity generation as the photovoltaic (PV) and concentrated solar thermal power (CSP) markets continued to grow. With over 39
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Spain: From Boom to Bust to Sustainable Prosperity?Published World Watch  7/29/2014
This year’s Spanish edition of State of the World 2013, published by our partners FUHEM-Ecosocial and Icaria Editorial, included a special appendix exploring the sustainability of the Spanish economy. Here, Óscar Carpintero and José Bellver outline the essential dimensions of unsustainability in the
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Wind Power Growth Still Surging Where Strongly SupportedPublished World Watch  7/10/2014
New analysis by the Worldwatch Institute examines global trends in wind powerWashington, D.C.— Double-digit growth continued in the global wind market in 2013. Of today’s 318 gigawatts (GW) total generating capacity, 35 GW was added in 2013 alone. However, this growth (12.5 percent
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Jobs in Renewable Energy Expand in Turbulent ProcessPublished World Watch  6/30/2014
New analysis examines global trends in employment in the renewable energy sectorWashington, D.C.—There may now be as many as 6.5 million direct and indirect jobs in renewable energy, according to updated data from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Earlier assessments had put
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Auto Production Sets New Record, Fleet Surpasses 1 Billion MarkPublished World Watch  6/24/2014
New Worldwatch Institute analysis examines global motorization trendsWashington, D.C.—Global production of automobiles keeps rising to new heights. London-based IHS Automotive puts light vehicle (passenger car and light-duty truck) production in 2013 at 84.7 million, up from 81.5 million in 2012.
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Renewables 2014 Global Status Report Highlights Another Year of Impressive Renewable Energy GrowthPublished World Watch  6/3/2014
Worldwatch Institute researchers contribute to leading global study on renewable energy developmentRenewable energy technologies set new installation records as their contribution to the global energy mix continued to climb in 2013. Renewable power capacity jumped more than 8 percent in 2013,
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Crossroads for Humanity: Profit ’til Collapse or Scale Back to SurvivePublished World Watch  5/27/2014
A few weeks back I attended an “Accelerating Sustainability Forum” at the US Chamber of Commerce. While there was lots of rosy talk about sustainability, in truth, most of the focus was on growth, even though it’s becoming increasingly clear that true sustainability is going to
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The Corruption of Sustainability into Eco-BusinessPublished World Watch  5/17/2014
Below is a guest post by Bill Sheehan, Executive Director of UPSTREAM, exploring the corruption of sustainability into “eco-business.” Reprinted from UPSTREAM with permission of the author. —— The mission of UPSTREAM (formerly Product Policy Institute) is “sustainable
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