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- The dying pig in the aisle: How McDonald’s came to transform animal welfareThe legal and PR battles that the fast food behemoth waged transformed the company's sustainability strategy.
- Episode 155: Carbon cowboys, plastics problem solversPlus, NRG proposes a simpler way for companies to procure electricity powered by renewables
- America's pickup truck gets a plugThe big automakers are moving slowly on manufacturing heavy duty commercial and industrial electric vehicles. That gives one startup a way in.
- The plastics value chain is only as strong as its weakest linkAnd the weakest link? People.
- The United Nations backs seed sovereignty in landmark small-scale farmers’ rights declarationConventional modern agriculture threatens seed diversity around the world — but a new UN declaration seeks to reverse that.
- The dying pig in the aisle: How McDonald’s came to transform animal welfare
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Category Archives: Green Warnings
LONDON July 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As Germany and Spain sweated and London sweltered through its hottest July day on record this week, scientists said it is “virtually certain” that climate change is increasing the likelihood of such heat waves in Europe.
In real-time data analysis released on Friday, a team of international climate scientists from universities, meteorological services and research organizations said the kind of heat waves hitting Europe this week – defined as three-day periods of excessive heat – are becoming much more frequent in the region. Continue reading
Manhattan’s flood of green protesters had climate-change skeptics seeing red Sunday on 21st of September 2014.
“Their love for the Earth is so real, they couldn’t even use a trash can,” tweeted a disgusted @chelsea_elisa, along with a photo of an overflowing trash can in Manhattan, after tens of thousands of marchers invaded the city on fleets of smog-producing buses.
Legions of demonstrators frustrated by international inaction on global warming descended on New York City on Sunday, marching through the heart of Manhattan with a message of alarm for world leaders set to gather this week at the United Nations for a summit meeting on climate change. Continue reading
There is much concern at the present time about the increasing addition of green house gases to the earth’s atmosphere. A prominent greenhouse gas is carbon dioxide. This gas is produced when fossil fuels are burnt to produce energy for driving our automobiles or for producing electricity in power plants. It is believed that increasing addition of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere will result in adverse changes to the earth’s climate such as global warming to the extent that many presently inhabited areas of our planet will become inhabitable. Continue reading