Fresh water topped much of the news in 2011 as flooding, as well as drought and water shortages, continued to splash the nation’s headlines. Our Top Ten Water Wishes for 2012 includes quick look back at some of those stories that streamed our network over the past year.
What will happen in 2012? In the spirit of the aphorism “The future is not something to be predicted, it’s something to be achieved,” let me suggest 20 transformations (which Reuters has published in four groups of five; the first can be found here, the second here, the third here.) We need to make progress on these issues now to prevent next year from being a complete disaster.
Of the greatest tragedies of poverty is that inflicted upon children. Children who grow up in poverty are often not only lack development such as education, but can be forced into the workforce at a much earlier age than they should be. This tends to perpetrate the cycle of poverty - family is poor, so children must work instead of grow, which leads them to be unable to pull themselves and their family out of poverty, so their children must work...etc
In California, gasoline consumption decreased 2.0% in the third quarter 2011 and declined 2.1% in September, according to figures from the state Board of Equalization. Diesel fuel consumption increased 6.6% in the third quarter and rose 7.0% in September compared to last year.
Higher recycling rates hold the potential to produce millions of new jobs, would strengthen local economies, reduce pollution and improve public health, according to a new report released November 15, 2011.
QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuador vowed on Friday to press ahead with a plan to shield the Yasuni reserve in the Amazon jungle from oil companies after international donors pledged more than $100 million in exchange (Reuters: Environment: Ecuador vows to ...
By 2100, global climate change will modify plant communities covering almost half of Earth's land surface and will drive the conversion of nearly 40 percent of land-based ecosystems from one major ecological community type -- such as forest,...
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