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Science Daily
10/15/2018

Severe climate events could cause shortages in the global beer supply, according to new research. The study warns that increasingly widespread and severe drought and heat may cause substantial decreases in barley yields worldwide, affecting the supp

OWWA First Nations Water Webinar – Hosted by the Young Professionals Committee

SFI Excited to Hear from Postcard Underground
SFI was delighted to recently receive a collection of postcards recognizing our work and positive impact on the environment and sustainable forests from the Postcard Underground. We admit to having to do a little research on the group and it turns o

With Fiji's  cyclone season approaching in the coming months (November- April), the World Wide Fund for Nature Pacific (WWF-Pacific) held discussions with the communities of Nacula district, in the Yasawas on reviewing the district and communit
Water World
10/8/2018

Water footprint of consumption and production for the analyzed US cities. The water footprint of consumption is separated into direct and indirect contributions.
Water World
10/15/2018

Cornell University food scientists have developed a bacteriophage for hard to reach areas around the world.
Yahoo
10/15/2018

Three million Afghans in &Number 39 urgent&Number 39 need of food: UN
At least three million Afghans are in "urgent" need of food and could face famine if they do not get help, the United Nations warned Monday, as the war-torn country battles the worst drought in living memory. The United Nations is spearheading inter

Back on track — historic streetcar returns to Salt Lake City’s Trolley Square
There was a high-flying homecoming Monday at Trolley Square as a giant crane lifted a century-old streetcar into the air and then glided it to its rightful place outside the Salt Lake City shopping center.Believed to be one of the city’s oldest elec

Don’t let last week’s ample rains fool you. Utah remains dangerously parched with water stores severely depleted, natural habitats stressed and woodlands primed for burning, according to an emergency declaration issued Monday by Gov. Gary Herbert.“T
All Africa
10/15/2018

[GroundUp] While much of her work was widely admired and supported, the legacy of the late Edna Molewa, who was Environmental Affairs minister, is not uncontested. And perhaps nowhere more so than in her decision to allow a new coal mine to be devel

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