Australian environmental group asks court in Sydney to find Japanese whalers in contempt of a 2008 ruling banning fleet from the Southern Ocean Environmental campaigners are launching a last-ditch legal attempt to prevent Japan from slaughtering...
Nature means something different to each of us: hope, life, and even security. Nature can also be a driving force to help civilize our cities. In his blog post, Richard Louv unveils what nature brings not only to our cities, but also to our lives.
Global warming milestone is one of three climate records set to be broken in 2015, says UK Met Office Climate change is set to pass the milestone of 1C of warming since pre-industrial times by the end of 2015, representing “uncharted territory”...
Paris summit must recognise spreading health danger posed by global warming, says Wellcome Trust directorEpidemics of dengue fever and other tropical diseases could soon affect people in Britain because of global warming, one of the world’s leading...
If you’ve been paying attention to the Republican debates, you’ve likely noticed that the environment doesn’t come up a lot — and when it does, it’s discussed like we can either have jobs or environmental regulations, but not both.
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