At the 2009 and 2010 annual global talks on issues surrounding climate change, sponsored by the United Nations, developing nations were promised billions of dollars for climate change adaptation measures and to make their energy systems less-carbon intensive. How was this promise handled — was the money ever granted, or used for the intended purposes? …
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Science & Environmental Happenings
The List: Week of April 28
Although it might snow again, spring has definitely arrived and it’s time to get involved in the growing season!
This extensive glossary, written by Max Boykoff and Chukwemerije Okereke, is a valuable resource for those looking to get a grip on key climate change concepts, policies and initiatives.
Go With Your Gut: Probiotics Might Not Be the Right Choice for Everyone
6 Mar 2013
Betasso Water Treatment Plant Foresees Enough Water this Year, Shortages for 2014
8 Feb 2013
“Not In My Backyard:” the Ongoing Struggle to Store U.S. Nuclear Waste
5 Feb 2013
Climate Expert Says if You Deny Climate Change, Better Forget About Gravity, Too
6 Nov 2012
Analysis: But Where Has All The Science Gone?
6 Nov 2012
Can a Town Called Commerce City Ever Be Sustainable?
24 Oct 2012
Experts Say to Keep Homes out of Fire-risk Zones, Homeowners Should Pay Wildfire Costs
15 Oct 2012
Wild Horses in the West: The Uncertainty of an American Icon
24 Sep 2012
Q&A with David Noone, Up-and-Coming Climate Scientist
12 Sep 2012
Branding Nature? Less Federal Funding Makes National Parks Vulnerable to Corporate Influence
21 Mar 2012