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Companies Fail to Communicate Sustainability to Investors
Although soliciting capital is crucial for growth companies have difficulty communicating sustainability to investors. creating strategies for communicating with investors on sustainability. This was the finding of a UN Global Compact, Accenture ... [read more]
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Climate Reality or Climate Denial: Which Makes More Sense?
We spotted this poster image from Occupy Posters asking the question Which makes more sense?  Climate denial clings hard and fast to the notion of a grand conspiracy of environmentalists and virtually all of the world’s climate scientists to fool ... [read more]
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Charts - Car MPGs and Gas Prices
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Lima Call For Climate Action: The Long Road to Paris Begins
The long road to Paris begins - It seems little has changed in the negotiating process at the latest Conference of the Parties in Lima, Peru. Negotiations spilled into a marathon extended session at the COP 20 climate talks, finally ending Sunday ... [read more]
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Is Earth’s temperature about to soar?
A recent blog post on RealClimate by Stefan Rahmstorf shows that when it comes to recent claims of a “pause” or “hiatus,” or even a slowdown in global surface temperature, there just isn’t any reliable evidence to back up those … Continue reading → [read more]
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Typhoon Hagupit Hits Philippines: Climate Catastrophe Is Here Now! by Kumi Naidoo
As Typhoon Hagupit hits the Philippines, one of the biggest peacetime evacuations in history has been launched to prevent a repeat of the massive loss of life which devastated communities when Super Typhoon Haiyan hit the same area just over a ye ... [read more]
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Eleven-year-old’s ‘Talking Strike’ for Climate Change Goes Viral
Xiuhtezcatl Roske-Martinez is a 14-year-old Indigenous environmental activist and ICTMN contributor. He recently wrote to us, asking to post his story about his 11-year-old brother, Itzcuauhtli, who has pledged a “talking strike” to demand that g ... [read more]
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A pause or not a pause, that is the question.
UPDATE: A new post at RealClimate is very relevant, and well worth the read. One day, a new data set is released. The rumor runs rampant that it’s annual average global temperature since 1980. Climate scientist “A” states that there … Continue re ... [read more]
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It's not just me
It's not just me ... and it's not just climate [read more]
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Last time CO2 was this high, our ancestors were using stone tools
Caught this in yesterday's SMH: [read more]
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Leading climate tweeps
I enjoy Twitter and lately I went a bit overboard searching for people to follow. I discovered that Twitter sets a ceiling on how many people you can follow, which varies based on how many people follow you, but they won't tell you what the equat ... [read more]
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Research point to drier dry areas
Fresh off SkS'press, climates are expected to dry out in the already arid parts of the Southern Hemisphere. [read more]
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Lohachara Lost And Found
[For the first-timers: As the name suggests, this blog is about islands of the world heritage site of the Sunderbans -- a vast archipelago in the eastern India -- which are gradually getting wiped out because of certain geomorphological reasons. ... [read more]
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A Global Warming Hoax
Let us save the islands of the world heritage zone of the Sunderbans. Let us try to find out the real reasons why some of the islands of this archipelago are eroding away. According to official records, there are 102 islands in the Indian Sunderb ... [read more]
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