The Biodegradable Credit Card That Fights Climate Change

Jan 28, 2015
Would you feel less guilty about whipping out your credit card if you knew buying stuff could help save the planet from climate change? Especially
The Biodegradable Credit Card That Fights Climate Change

Pembient, Purveyor of Bioengineered Rhino Horn, is Admitted to IndieBio Accelerator

Jan 28, 2015
The future looks grim for the rhinoceros. Figures recently published by South Africa show that 1,215 rhinos were poached there in 2014. This represents a
Pembient, Purveyor of Bioengineered Rhino Horn, is Admitted to IndieBio Accelerator

Projecting future climate change over Africa

Jan 28, 2015
The African continent is likely to experience a wide range of impacts from future climate change, with large parts of subtropical Africa projected to become
Projecting future climate change over Africa

This Rare Bird Is Worth More Than Ivory to Poachers

Jan 28, 2015
The endangered helmeted hornbill is being slaughtered to turn its valuable beak into trinkets for the Chinese market. The poaching of elephants and rhinos gets a
This Rare Bird Is Worth More Than Ivory to Poachers

Six Mayors Who Bike, and Why This is a Good Thing

Jan 28, 2015
Here at TheCityFix, we believe in recognizing profound leadership in urban sustainability. After all, it takes a combination of citizen support and top-down vision to
Six Mayors Who Bike, and Why This is a Good Thing

China and CITES Secretariat to tackle the demand for illegal ivory

Jan 28, 2015
Hangzhou, China, 28 January 2015 – Some 80 representatives from national wildlife and other relevant authorities from China, the United Kingdom, the United States, the
China and CITES Secretariat to tackle the demand for illegal ivory

Global trade: International freight transport to quadruple by 2050

Jan 27, 2015
Shifting trade patterns increase transport distances by 12%, North Pacific surpasses North Atlantic as main trading route. In the face of shifting global trade patterns, international
Global trade: International freight transport to quadruple by 2050

Funds are running out in battle against Madagascar’s locusts

Jan 27, 2015
In Madagascar, the battle against an ongoing plague of locusts risks being lost as funds to continue operations to subdue widespread infestations of the crop-hungry
Funds are running out in battle against Madagascar’s locusts

Can the FAO tenure guidelines stop land and water grabs?

Jan 27, 2015
by Ruth Hall The past decade has witnessed global outcry over a new era of ‘land grabbing’ and, in response, there have been numerous efforts
Can the FAO tenure guidelines stop land and water grabs?

FAO Director-General calls for global action to address food insecurity in conflict areas

Jan 27, 2015
Agriculture and food security must be treated as essential components of peacebuilding and conflict resolution, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva said during a special
FAO Director-General calls for global action to address food insecurity in conflict areas

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