Environment
  • by Juliana Kenny Extreme weather is forcing certain crops to produce toxins that are harmful to humans.Environment,Agriculture,climate change,crops,food security,global warming,Juliana Kenny

    (Source: Erica Wheelan/flickr)
  • Burning illegal ivory in Gabon. (Source: International Fund for Animal Welfare Animal Rescue/flickr)

    By Michael Lerner Wildlife trafficking imperils species and profits criminal groups.Environment,biodiversity,poaching,U.N.,Wild for Life,wildlife trafficking,Michael Lerner

    Published Date : May 26, 2016, 4:59 PM EDT
  • Squid. (Source: Robert Young/flickr)

    ​by Juliana Kenny A study finds that cephalopods are increasing in number.Environment,cephalopod,climate change,global warming,ocean temperatures,squid,Juliana Kenny

    Published Date : May 25, 2016, 6:56 PM EDT
  • (Source: Marufish/flickr)

    By Michael Lerner A new study quantifies the specific env. benefits of meeting the DoE's Sunshot Initiative.Environment,emissions,environment,GHG,solar,SunShot,Water,Michael Lerner

    Published Date : May 19, 2016, 4:52 PM EDT
  • Skandinavisk Dyrepark (Source: Camilla Faurholdt-Löfvall/flickr)

    ​by Juliana Kenny Previous theories have argued that legal killing prevents illegal killing.Environment,Endangered species,poaching,wolves,Juliana Kenny

    Published Date : May 12, 2016, 4:28 PM EDT
  • Wind power plant. (Source: Mathias Appel/flickr)

    ​by Juliana Kenny The country's wind power is set to strengthen through 2030 as well.Environment,China,SDGs,wind power,wind turbines,Juliana Kenny

    Published Date : May 10, 2016, 8:09 PM EDT
  • The government is passing a reforestation bill as parts of the country suffer fires.Environment,Deforestation,forest fires,India,reforestation,Uttarakhand,Juliana Kenny
    Published Date : May 06, 2016, 3:00 PM EDT

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