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Centre for Environmental Change & Human Resilience: Food Water Energy Health Sustainability Ecology Environmental Economic & Social Wellbeing
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CECHR 1h
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Sea-level legacy: 20 cm more rise by 2300 for each 5-year delay in peaking emissions
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Hybrid boats and paper batteries Best green innovations of the week Farming with rocks and recycling nappies among others...
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Would 'durability' labels help people shop greener? France may label products like electronics to tell consumers how long they will last, and how easily they can be recycled - would it work for you?
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THE ANSWER IS IN NATURE How can we reduce floods, droughts and water pollution? By using the solutions we already find in nature. World Water Day 22nd March 2018 Are you ready?
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Bali hopes to regain paradise island status with mass cleanup Thousands will join the One Island One Voice cleanup of beaches, rivers and jungles Melati and Isabel Wijsen
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Climate Change Transformation Requires a New Research Approach Our Prof Ioan Fazey How do we develop innovative, transformative solutions and knowledge about how to implement them?
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Time for the Polluters to Pay? Climate Change Litigation Databases Two databases of climate change caselaw US and non-US This will be growing by leaps and bounds
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Living Planet Lunchtime Listen The limits of exploitation Our forests are rich in trees, our seas are full of fish, the earth holds a wealth of precious metals – but for how long?
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CECHR 15h
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White-tailed sea eagles, a Proboscis monkey and an Aldabra giant tortoise are among pick of images this Week in Wildlife Pix attributions in link Nice!
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How plastics made from plants could be the answer to the world’s waste problem
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European court offers hope for Poland's Bialowieza primeval forest "Minister Szyszko and his people broke the law" The Ex-"Minister for Logging"
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What will be the successful story that replaces “growth” as a leading meme? Constant economic growth is just not feasible
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Living Planet EarlyBird Listen The limits of exploitation Our forests are rich in trees, our seas are full of fish, the earth holds a wealth of precious metals – but for how long?
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US court blocks Trump administration from ending oil, gas waste rule Now the fourth time either Congress or the courts have upheld the rule’s implementation
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The cost of high-efficiency solar panels fell 37% in 2017 as costs drop
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Workhorse Fleet Of Electric Delivery Trucks For UPS Cost Competitive With Conventional Trucks Without Subsidies
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Big six UK energy companies routinely overcharging customers – exclusive Time to hit that switch?
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Tokyo Plans to Build 1,150-Foot Wooden Skyscraper [also the tallest building in Japan!] Flexible in an earthquake
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CECHR Feb 23
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Farming Crops with Silicate Rocks to Reduce CO2 and Improve Global Food Security Term for the day = Enhanced Rock Weathering
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CECHR Feb 23
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Living Planet NightOwl Listen The limits of exploitation Our forests are rich in trees, our seas are full of fish, the earth holds a wealth of precious metals – but for how long?
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