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12/11/2017

12 Projects That Undermine the One Planet Summit and Put the Climate at Risk
As world leaders and global financial institutions gather for the One Planet Summit on Dec. 12 in Paris, civil society groups have come together under the Big Shift Global campaign to underscore the massive finance gap remaining to shift away from
EcoWatch
12/11/2017

WATCH LIVE: Can the Courts Bring About a Climate Fix? Three Judges Are About to Decide
By John Light Editor's note: Watch the oral arguments live beginning at 1 p.m. EST above. Three judges in San Francisco potentially have the power to decide how the U.S. government deals with climate change . Monday, 21 young Americans will make th
EcoWatch
12/11/2017

Investigation: Actual Death Toll From Hurricane Maria Is Close to 1,000 in Puerto Rico
The official death toll from Hurricane Maria has risen to 64, Puerto Rican authorities announced Saturday, factoring in two additional "indirect" deaths from the storm to previously announced numbers. However, the official number of deaths, which c
EcoWatch
12/11/2017

Judge Stops Walmart Shopping Center From Being Built on Endangered Florida Forest
Environmentalists cheered after a Miami district court judge issued an emergency injunction on Friday to stop bulldozers from razing a stretch of endangered pine rocklands—one of the world's rarest forests , and home to species found nowhere else o
EcoWatch
12/11/2017

Amazon Reef: BP Drilling Plans Dealt Another Blow by Brazilian Regulator
By Joe Sandler Clarke, Unearthed BP's plans to drill for oil near a huge coral reef in the mouth of Amazon river have been dealt a further blow after a regulator questioned the company's environmental risk assessment. Ibama, Brazil's federal enviro
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12/11/2017

How Poison Frogs Could Crush Addiction
By Jason Daley Poison dart frogs are some of the most brilliantly colored and beautiful animals on Earth. About one-third of the 300 species of the tiny frogs in the superfamily Dendrobatoidae are poisonous, including the golden poison frog, which
EcoWatch
12/11/2017

Why California Droughts Could Increase Due to Arctic Sea Ice Loss
Receding ice cover in the Arctic ocean could produce more droughts in California, according to a new study . Published last week in Nature Communications, the study found that sea ice loss in the Arctic —of the proportion expected in coming years—c
EcoWatch
12/11/2017

Monsanto Giving Cash to Farmers Who Use Controversial Pesticide
Looks like Monsanto really wants farmers to use XtendiMax. The agribusiness giant is offering a cash incentive to farmers to apply a controversial pesticide linked to 3.1 million acres of crop damage in nearly two dozen heartland states, according
EcoWatch
12/11/2017

France Awards U.S. Climate Scientists Multi-Year Grants to Number MakeOurPlanetGreatAgain
French President Emmanuel Macron will announce the first recipients of the "Make Our Planet Great Again" grants Monday evening. The winners will receive all-expenses-paid grants to relocate to France and to conduct their climate research through th
EcoWatch
12/9/2017

Environmental Scorecard Highlights Need for Congress to Better Protect Our Environment & Health
Environment America released its 2017 Environmental Scorecard on Thursday, tracking how the U.S. Congress voted on bills that could protect our air, water , landscapes and the health of the planet. Absences count against a member's score. Environme

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Singapore awards tunnel contract

Singapore awards tunnel contract


Animal Antibiotic Sales Finally Drop, But Much Work Remains

Animal Antibiotic Sales Finally Drop, But Much


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Neo Solar Power benefiting from domestic Taiwan


Bath research project recognised by RIBA

Bath research project recognised by RIBA


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Disability and design. At the Smithsonian a recap






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