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Pollution costs China billions of dollars a year in health and other losses, but that hasn’t slowed China’s growth. Necessity places this great city ahead of most in fixing humanity’s shared global warming problem.
Polar bear mothers will have a harder time carrying cubs to term as Arctic sea ice dwindles, according to a new study.
While the cost of electricity steadily rises and the demand for energy increases, South Africa, a country boasting abundant sunlight, continues to dig deep for high-quality coal to power the nation.
Ecuador's Interior Ministry said the NGO, known as Fundación Pachamama, was "affecting the public peace."
South Africa is one of the 30 driest countries in the world. It has an annual rainfall of just under 500 mm per annum, which is far below the global average of 860 mm. The country’s limited water resources are faced with challenges such as climate change and pollution.
The decision to build nuclear power plants in South Africa can be delayed, says the Department of Energy, as revised projections of electricity demand show that new nuclear power will not be required until after 2025 or even later.
It seems like a change in leadership for the utility is an incredible opportunity for a change in direction towards renewable energy.
Expect to hear a lot about the Trans Pacific Partnership in the next few days. As it moves into final stages of negotiations, outrage over some of its more onerous provisions is ramping up around the world.
UN’s green bank has been talked up, but few know exactly when, or how, it will really open for business.
The South African Weather Service has issued a warning of extremely high fire danger conditions in the Northern Cape and on the West Coast.
We are sad and relieved that Tata Madiba has finally been released to fly free again. And we recommit ourselves to the struggle for climate justice as THE unifying factor which could link all of us passionately devoted to manifesting a fair and healthy world.