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Your morning coffee is under threat of climate change

For International Coffee Day the Rainforest Alliance produced this infographic charting coffee's history, sustainable production,

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Fossil Fish Fertilise the Amazon

Last month I posted a picture released by ESA of dust plumes from the Bodélé Depression in North Africa, the site of massive lake. This...

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Leonardo DiCaprio: "climate change is our single greatest security threat"

Leonardo DeCaprio voiced his concern about climate change earlier today at the UN Climate Summit, addressing 120-odd presidents and...

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Interactive Carbon Map of the world.

Pretty informative map! Have fun playing around.

Use this interactive, in-depth map to find out who the big polluters are internationally, how China’s emissions have grown...…

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I have a dream: climate change’s new political voice

I have a dream: a lean, green dream. Many people share this aspiration towards a defossilised, minimal waste economic model. This...

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Would you look at that! Rockefeller is divesting in fossil fuels!

On the day of the climate march in New York, this massive announcement comes! What perfect timing. Not much to say is there?

“John D Rockefeller, the founder of Standard Oil, moved America out of whale oil and into petroleum,” Stephen Heintz, president of the...…

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Green growth will be city focused

It has been a big week in the climate change world - the Forest Stewardship Council paper had its Triennial General Assembly; the IPCC...

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EVs in the Future

So many conflicting opinions and analysis to back up both that gasoline stays king and EVs take over. The reality is, EVs are going to...

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Weather report from 2050! The time when people will finally check the weather before stepping out!

Ahead of the U.N. Climate Summit, this beauty came out and it is really well done. May be a bit scaremonger and sensational but that is...

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Climate change question: Do arid regions get drier?

Climate change isn’t just about temperature. Whilst some may welcome a few more degrees C on the future thermometer and others lose...

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Zero waste, packageless supermarket

With every recycling bin I fill I feel guilt. I think about my recycling mass multiplied over the weeks of a year, then multiplied over...

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Weather Report: 2050

This is neat attempt by the UN to raise awareness of the impacts of climate change on everyday lives over the next four decades....

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NY Green Bank

Certain not the first "green bank", but possibly one of the largest and highest profile. I note that although it's state-financed, the...

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No Oyster credit? Pay your travel fare by recycling bottles.

China often gets a bad rap for its environmental misdemeanours, particularly for its super-polluter coal industry that continues to...

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Are we on the verge of a tipping point for American concern about global warming?

Robert Lifton calls it the climate swerve. He argues that, just as happened with the opposition to nuclear war, "a major historical...

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The War on Coal

Despite the vitriol, there's less at stake in the war on coal than we might think - at least in the US where mechanization has reduced...

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Mini nuclear power reactors

I've been on a nuclear energy kick lately - this time, its fission in the news, on a small scale that could make clean nuclear power...

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Meat is worse than cars for carbon emissions

We already know that reducing the intake of meat would reduce carbon emissions. Now studies show the scale of that effect. Reducing the...

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Bird declines indicate the extent of pollution in our environment

This article draws attention to how birds can be used as indicators for the degree of pollution in the environment, with concerning...

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Banana Leaf Sanitary Pads

A product of the MIT senior mechanical engineering design class: a small scale manufacturing process to produce affordable sanitary...

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We learn a lot from models ... mainly that we know very little!

I remember meeting with my supervisor and having a casual discussion about a statement NOAA made about an expected El Niño this year....

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Doubling hedgerows increases landscape permeability for hedgehogs

A modelling project undertaken at the University of Oxford has shown that doubling the number of hedgerows increases the distance that...

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Carbon Emissions to rise 80% if we don't start eating less meat

Eating meat is, unfortunately, a terribly unsustainable way to get sustenance. Livestock are responsible for huge amounts of carbon...

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