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Welfare and environment can be aligned: UNESCO
Director of the UNESCO Office in Jakarta Hubert J Gijzen said welfare and environment can be aligned through sustainable development programs.
Google and Apple announce new low carbon investments
Google plans to partner with SunPower Corporation in a $250m effort to drive residential rooftop solar systems in the US.
Asda: 95% of our fresh produce is already at risk from climate change
The UK supermarket to put hard figures against the impact climate change will have on its global fresh produce supply chain
US Solar Energy Capacity Grew An Astounding 418% From 2010-2014
Solar energy’s rapid growth in America is evident – even casual observers will note the proliferation of solar photovoltaics (PV) across the country. But sheer size is usually illustrated best by statistics, and in this case, the stat is 418%
Morocco wind farm, Africa's biggest, starts generating power
Africa's largest wind farm, at Tarfaya in southwestern Morocco, has started generating electricity and will be capable of meeting the electricity needs of several hundred thousand people, officials say.
Everest avalanche: Is climate change to blame?
Climbing to the roof of the world is becoming less predictable and possibly more dangerous, scientists say, as climate change brings warmer temperatures that may eat through the ice and snow on Mount Everest.
Study connects man-made global warming to ongoing California drought, winter's polar vortex
While researchers have sometimes connected weather extremes to man-made global warming, usually it's not done in real time. Now a study is asserting a link between climate change and both the intensifying California drought and the polar vortex blamed for a harsh winter that mercifully has just ended in many places.
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