First Copernicus air-quality monitoring satellite on show

Call for Media: First Copernicus air-quality monitoring satellite on show 12-07-2017 12:31 PM CEST   Media are invited to see the Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite on 20 July at Airbus in Stevenage, UK, before it is shipped to Russia for launch. As well as viewing this state-of-the-art Copernicus satellite in the …

Fall Capra Course

“Ethical Markets highly recommends this Course on the Systems View of Life (see my review of the book at seekingalpha.com), taught by our longtime colleague and Advisory Board member physicist Dr. Fritjof Capra.  This is the expanded view now needed by all asset managers , investors and business leaders.  ~Hazel …

The Water End Game

This decisive presentation “The Water End Game” by NASA Chief Scientist Dennis Bushnell is required reading for all those engaged in water issues and oceans policy, drawing attention to  the overlooked potential of salt-loving plants (halophytes) which can be grown on scrub and desert land irrigated by saltwater, using only …

ENB Vol. 32 No. 33 – The Ocean Conference – Summary & Analysis

Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) Volume 32 Number 33 | Monday, 12 June 2017Summary of the Ocean Conference5-9 June 2017 | UN Headquarters, New York Languages: EN (HTML/PDF) FR (HTML/PDF) Visit our IISD/ENB Meeting Coverage from UN Headquarters, New York at: http://enb.iisd.org/oceans/sdg14conference/enb/ The high-level UN Conference to Support the Implementation of Sustainable Development …

The Potential of the Blue Economy

“Ethical Markets recommends this report, although we were surprised that it contains no information on the use of seawater and saltwater for agriculture, to grow food crops and fiber and biofuels from the many varieties of salt-loving (halophyte) plants now cultivated for human use, see  “The Water End Game”  by …

WaveFront: Latest news on sustainability and change, from AtKisson

Ready to learn about ocean sustainability? Welcome to SDG14.net There are over 5.25 trillion reasons to check out our new free information service As I write, the first-ever UN Ocean Conference is opening its doors. This is a hugely important moment in the history of Planet Earth — or maybe, …