GreenBuzz: Credit for capture? That’s the question.

By Heather Clancy GreenBiz Group Editorial Director President Trump’s administration may not believe in climate change, but it does believe in rewarding technologies to capture carbon emissions. I’m referring, of course, to the sort-of-surprising extension of tax incentives for carbon-capture technologies included in the recently blessed U.S. budget for 2018 …

” Capturing Carbon and Dollars”

“Ethical Markets recommends this article  “Capturing Carbon and Dollars”  by  Roy Morrison, who  has joined our distinguished global Advisory Board.  We are honored to welcome him to our ranks of globally-focused professionals in many disciplines. ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ Capturing Carbon and Dollars: Mechanical and Biological Paths by Roy Morrison Our recent …

ScienceDaily-Europe’s current approach to food, agriculture, and the environment is not sustainable

“We highlight this important report, “Opportunities and Challenges for Research on Food and Nutrition Security and Agriculture in Europe” from the European Academies of  Science Advisory Council, covering  “Tackling Climate Change Through Food and Agriculture“ and calling “Europe’s current approach to  food, agriculture and the environment not sustainable “particularly because …

Zoom in on the Half-Earth Project

News from the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation March 2018 Zoom In On Half-Earth   Species are the fundamental level of study that must drive our understanding of conservation priorities. By mapping the Earth’s species to a fine scale in relation to human activities, our newly released Half-Earth Map is providing …

Carbon cycle

Carbon cycle 21-02-2018 03:01 PM CET   Discover how satellites and ESA are helping to improve our understanding of the carbon cycle and its role in climate change

Deforestation in the tropics

Deforestation in the tropics https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/02/180215110237.htm Tropical forests around the world play a key role in the global carbon cycle and harbor more than half of the species worldwide. However, increases in land use during the past decades caused unprecedented losses of tropical forest. Scientists have adapted a method from physics …

Earthquakes continue for years after gas field wastewater injection stops, study finds: High rates of injection and large volumes can perturb critically stressed faults, triggering earthquakes years after wastewater wells are shut in

Earthquakes continue for years after gas field wastewater injection stops, study finds: High rates of injection and large volumes can perturb critically stressed faults, triggering earthquakes years after wastewater wells are shut in https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/02/180213145820.htm Shutting down oil and gas wastewater injection wells may not stop human-induced earthquakes quickly, say seismologists. …