Science Daily: Top Environment News – October 10th

Urgent new time frame for climate change revealed by massive analysis Longer life for humans linked to further loss of endangered species Water and lava, but curiously, no explosion Historic trends predict future global reforestation unlikely Secret of cattle ticks’ resistance to pesticide Urgent new time frame for climate change …

E This Week: More Evidence Environment Is Impacting Autism

May 05, 2013 WHAT WE’RE FOLLOWING More Evidence Environment Is Impacting Autism Evidence continues to mount that environmental exposures prior to pregnancy are contributing to rising autism rates. Most recently researchers submitted the results of three studies at the International Society for Autism Research conference in Spain, tying… Continue Reading …

Katerva – Katerva Award Winners 2012

  Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Dear Member of the Katerva Community, Today is an important day at Katerva, as we are announcing the winners of the Katerva Awards. We thought you would like to hear it first-hand. All of us here at Katerva …

Breaking news: Ken Wilber joins Simpol’s Advisory Board

Simpol International – News Update Simultaneous Policy: using our votes for global co-operation Friday, March 23, 2012 Ken Wilber joins Simpol’s Advisory Board Ken Wilber, the internationally renowned philosopher and founder of Integral Theory, has joined Simpol’s international Advisory Board. A long-time advocate of global governance as a means for …

Ensuring Access to Water for Agriculture Vital for Sustainable Future – UN

ENSURING ACCESS TO WATER FOR AGRICULTURE VITAL FOR SUSTAINABLE FUTURE – UN New York, Mar 22 2012 10:05AM Ensuring universal access to water and using it wisely in agriculture is essential to end famine, drought and political instability, United Nations officials stressed today, adding that countries must strive to provide …

O.E.C.D. Warns of Ever-Higher Greenhouse Gas Emissions

O.E.C.D. Warns of Ever-Higher Greenhouse Gas Emissions By REUTERS Published: March 15, 2012 LONDON — Global greenhouse gas emissions could rise 50 percent by 2050 without more ambitious climate policies, as fossil fuels continue to dominate the energy mix, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Thursday. “Unless the …

Public Sector Banks: From Black Sheep to Global Leaders

Public Sector Banks: From Black Sheep to Global Leaders Ellen Brown http://WebofDebt.com/articles March 7, 2012 Once the black sheep of high finance, government owned banks can reassure depositors about the safety of their savings and can help maintain a focus on productive investment in a world in which effective financial …

Millions Of People To Receive Solar Energy Access Through Un-Backed Initiative

Millions Of People To Receive Solar Energy Access Through Un-Backed Initiative New York, Feb 16 2012 11:05AM A Mauritius-based company announced today that it will provide access to low-cost solar energy for 33 million people in Africa and Asia for the next four years, as part of a United Nations-backed …

Newsletter – Rio+20: Making it Happen Volume 2, Issue 24, 30 Dec 2011

Demographic trends are placing more pressure on water-stressed regions than ever before. With the global population expected to increase by up to 50 per-cent in the next fifty years, sustainable management of water resources will present a significant development challenge. In Volume 2, Issue 24, the Rio+20: Making it Happen …