ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Scientists find origins of teamwork in our nearest relative the chimpanzee

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News Scientists find origins of teamwork in our nearest relative the chimpanzee Tourist-fed stingrays change their ways Slabs of ancient tectonic plate still lodged under California Skulls of early humans carry telltale signs of inbreeding Human microbe study provides insight into health, disease Petroleum use, greenhouse gas …

Alternative Energy: PICHTR Wraps Up First Lightning Excelerator And Awards Nearly $400K To Cleantech Startups

Alternative Energy PICHTR Wraps Up First Lightning Excelerator And Awards Nearly $400K To Cleantech Startups Biofuel Production in EU & Indirect Land Use Change [VIDEO] Welspun Energy Commissions India’s Largest Solar Power Project Meet Polar Rover: The Wind-Powered Explorer Of Antarctica Coal Power Is More Diffuse Than Solar Power The …

Top Cleantech Stories Of The Day: Kansas Ignores Koch Brothers, Keeps Renewable Energy Standard

Top cleantech news of the day from CleanTechnica, the world’s #1 cleantech website: Kansas Ignores Koch Brothers, Keeps Renewable Energy Standard Cut Off The Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Graph Of The Day) What A Mayor Can Do To Green A City (VIDEO) Infographic — Structural Changes In Germany GRID Alternatives Gets “Climate …

WRI Digest: Water Risk Maps | Reducing U.S. Emissions | Transportation & Road Safety

To view this email as a web page, go here. WRI Digest: February 2013                  Water Risk Maps | Reducing U.S. Emissions | Transportation & Road Safety New Aqueduct Mapping Tool Provides Unprecedented Ability to Assess Water Risk. Water is very complicated. It’s affected by large-scale issues like climate change and globalization. …

Alternative Energy: UK Energy Secretary on Climate Change Deniers: “Dogmatic and Blinkered”

  Alternative Energy UK Energy Secretary on Climate Change Deniers: “Dogmatic and Blinkered” Solar Power Cheaper Than Nuclear In Cloudy Old England EcoATM Raises £25m To Roll Out e-Waste Cashback Machines Compact Thermal Energy Storage Technologies (VIDEO) Exploring supercapacitors to improve their structure     Can 10,000 Charging Stations Make …

Novethic Research: Looking for measuring ESG investment performance

Looking for measuring ESG investment performance 18 February 2013. For the first time, Novethic has analysed the SRI performance indicators developed by some asset managers and a handful of asset owners. The aim is to measure, for example, whether socially responsible investment contributes to generating fewer carbon emissions, creating more …

SB Research Newsletter: Big Companies Increasing Climate Change Efforts While Suppliers Lag

  February 13, 2012           Keeping You One Step Ahead of the Market FORWARD TO A FRIEND >      Home       News & Views       Research       Events       Digital Learning       Solutions                 Big Companies Increasing Climate Change Efforts While Suppliers Lag Experts see a world facing greater risks this year than …

ARCTIC OPPORTUNITIES

ARCTIC OPPORTUNITIES The Arctic has been warming twice as fast as the global average, and a new low was set for Arctic sea ice last year. Although the environmental concerns in the region are mounting, economic opportunities have also ramped up. Dennis D. Draeger, Researcher, Aiglatson Foresight Research  COMMENT     …

Cleantech News from CleanTechnica : Join Us For A “Hangout” About Electric Vehicles

Cleantech News from CleanTechnica Cleantech & Climate News Of The Day Join Us For A “Hangout” About Electric Vehicles How To Horribly Communicate The $$ Side Of A Clean Energy Revolution — World Economic Forum Report Unsubsidized Solar Revolution Starting, UBS Reports Jeffrey Sachs: Natural Gas Is “Absolutely Not Clean …

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 …