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Changes in farming practices could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70% by 2036

Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory participated in a study that shows innovation in technologies and agricultural…

PLANET

2021/09/14

The Sahel: Terror, poverty and climate change

With French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday announcing a revamp of France’s military deployment in the Sahel, we take a look at this deeply troubled…

PEACE

2021/09/02

Breakthrough technology introduced to combat growing global water crisis

AquaterreXTo combat the global threat of fresh water scarcity affecting billions of people, AquaterreX, LLC has been launched with breakthrough technology to lo…

PEOPLE

2021/08/26

Climate-related health costs for Canadians to run into the billions of dollars

A new report released on Wednesday by the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices (CICC) finds that climate change represents a significant public health threat …

PLANET

2021/08/19

99 of 100 cities most at risk environmentally in Asia

Across the globe, more than 400 large cities with a total population of 1.5 billion are at high or extreme risk due to some mixture of life-shortening pollution…

PEOPLE

2021/08/10

Oak trees take root in Iraqi Kurdistan to help climate

Iraqi Kurd Delband Rawanduzi hopes to plant one million oaks over the next five years to repopulate forests in Iraqi Kurdistan SAFIN HAMED, AFP Delband Rawanduz…

PEOPLE

2021/03/30

Sustainable, abundant and low-cost: why lignin might just be a miracle manufacturing material

One day we could be riding bicycles and driving cars made from wood. We aren’t talking about eccentric steampunk contraptions, but high-tech, lightweight machin…

PEOPLE

2021/03/09

All change: India’s railways bring back tea in clay cups in bid to banish plastics

A small and humble relic from India’s past is about to stage a major comeback. At all 7,000 railway stations in the country, tea will be served in earthen…

PEOPLE

2021/02/22

Cape Town’s Wine Farms Are Rising Above the Drought

Winemakers and vine owners work to keep producing wine even in the face of a dire water shortage Corlea Fourie, head of viticulture at Bosman Family Vineyards, …

PEOPLE

2021/01/26