Doing the math on mining’s $16 billion climate problem

July 21, 2017 by  
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A new CDP report analyzing 12 major mining companies details both pitfalls and potential low-carbon openings for the industry.

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Facts and feelings matter when communicating climate science

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It’s more important than ever that our approach to communicating about sustainability and climate change is evidence-based and built on a strong, theoretical foundation.

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Chinese researchers are intentionally breeding “autistic” monkeys

January 28, 2016 by  
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A group of scientists in China announced the results of a controversial experiment this week: they claim that by using genetic engineering, they’ve bred macaque monkeys with an autism-like disorder. While they intend to use the animals to test treatments and potential cures, some scientists are skeptical that the results will have anything useful to teach us about autism in people. Read the rest of Chinese researchers are intentionally breeding “autistic” monkeys

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What’s wrong with Apple’s new headquarters

March 13, 2012 by  
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The plans for Apple's new headquarters will choke off street connections and potential walking routes in Cupetino, making bicycling and walking more difficult — and likely encouraging people to keep driving, writes NRDC's Kaid Benfield.

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How Not to Talk About Climate Politics

September 17, 2010 by  
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Photo via CO2 Post Yesterday, I wondered aloud whether there was any way to steer the general conversation about climate change away from the realm of political ideology — and the overwhelming response in the comments section left me even more bewildered than before. If anything, the response revealed that there is much work left to do to bring an even-keeled discussion about the science of climate change and potential so… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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UK’s Cycle to Work Guarantee: Good Idea, But Doesn’t Go Far Enough…

October 30, 2009 by  
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Photo: Flickr , CC Storing, Changing, Buying, Repairing, Inspiring The UK transport secretary, Andrew Adonis, has launched a new program to encourage more people to commute to work on bicycles. Currently, only about 3% of UK citizens do that, compared to about 40% in Copenhagen

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