ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Superstorm Sandy shook the U. S., literally

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News   Superstorm Sandy shook the U. S., literally New understanding of rare white shark movement around Hawai’i ‘First step’ in addressing effects of climate change Weeding out ineffective biocontrol agents Remote-sensing study quantifies permafrost degradation in Arctic Alaskan wetlands New solar-cell coating could enable a major …

News – IDB Announces Winners of Third Annual beyondBanking Awards

March 11, 2013 – News Releases IDB Announces Winners of Third Annual beyondBanking Awards Seven financial intermediaries are recognized for promoting sustainable development in Latin America and the Caribbean’s financial sector The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) announced today the winners of the third annual beyondBanking awards, a prize that recognizes …

Cleantech News from CleanTechnica: Department Of Defense Launches Attack On Climate Change

Cleantech News from CleanTechnica Department Of Defense Launches Attack On Climate Change Estonia Is 1st Country In The World To Install Nationwide System Of Fast Chargers For EVs LEDs Without Heavy Metals, Silicon Nanocrystal Multicolor LEDs Created 2012 Solar Predictions Reviewed Solar Frontier Predicts 50% Cut In Price Of Its …

Cutting carbon emissions 5%/year could cut climate damage by 2/3

Nature: Strict Limits On Carbon Pollution Could Reduce Some Climate Change Damage By Two-Thirds Posted as Guest blog on ThinkProgress.org/climate: 14 Jan 2013 09:33 AM PST Emissions would need to peak in 2016 and drop 5%/year through 2050   University of Reading news release   Tough limits on global emissions of greenhouse gases …

NOAA, partners meet to explore climate change and coastal tribes

How climate change effects U.S. indigenous coastal cultures is the focus of the First Stewards symposium starting today at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. The coastal treaty tribes of Washington state – the Hoh, Makah, Quileute tribes and the Quinault Indian Nation – are …

Un-Backed Study Shows Technology Can Help World Move To Low-Carbon Economy

Un-Backed Study Shows Technology Can Help World Move To Low-Carbon Economy New York, Apr 2 2012 3:05PM The use of broadband in information and communication technology (ICT) can help the world transition to a low carbon-economy and address the causes and effects of climate change, according to a United Nations-backed …

UN-Backed Study Shows Technology Can Help World Move to Low-Carbon Economy

UN-BACKED STUDY SHOWS TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP WORLD MOVE TO LOW-CARBON ECONOMY New York, Apr 2 2012 3:05PM The use of broadband in information and communication technology (ICT) can help the world transition to a low carbon-economy and address the causes and effects of climate change, according to a United Nations-backed …

WHEB aims at Henderson, Aviva assets as it snatches team

WHEB aims at Henderson, Aviva assets as it snatches team WHEB Group has hired the majority of Henderson Global Investors’ sustainable and responsible investment team, in a move aimed at disgruntled SRI investors. More >>> German solar subsidy cuts postponed The solar subsidy cuts proposed by the German government will …

Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus

Dear Friends, WECC is glad to be supporting the upcoming iMatter March on May 8th. Please join us in the iMatter March on Mother’s Day, May 8th in San Francisco. The iMatter Campaign was started by 16 year old Alec Loorz. It is a youth-led revolution that will serve as …