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On December 30, 2015 By

A personal comment.

It must surely not be a surprise that parts of the UK have been flooded by high rainfall?

All climate models suggest that the […]

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COP THAT – History made in Paris?

On December 14, 2015 By

The adoption of the Paris Agreement could be a truly momentous moment in human history.

This carefully worded document that balances the right of countries to develop […]

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Faced with four years of deep drought that revealed significant vulnerabilities in its water supply, Los Angeles intends to capture stormwater as an important new source of […]

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The ‘Wet Prince of Bel Air’

On November 10, 2015 By

With water restrictions imposed on all residents of LA, it has been revealed that one household used 11.8 million gallons! 

In the 12 months to April, they […]

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We need our oceans, and our oceans need corals. But it’s not going well for them.

Corals around the world are under a lot of stress. And we […]

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Britain’s forests, soil and rivers are worth at least £1.6tn and should be quantified in the same way as the country’s man-made infrastructure, the environment secretary,  has said.


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New Zealand will create one of the largest marine protected areas in the world, spanning an area of 620,000 sq km.

It will […]

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The catch phrase of Ester Boserup, Danish economist, students might like to read through the following news items culled from the press recently.  Despite multi-billion subsidies for fossil […]

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