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Moth Studies Suggest Hidden Climate Changes

Researches in Finland suggest that scientists may be underestimating the impacts of global warming on plants and animals. Researchers studied 80 different moth species and found that 90 percent of these moths were stable. 98 more words


Plants that Practice Genetic Engineering

A lot of times, when talking about genetic engineering, people say it is unnatural but recently plants have been genetically engineering themselves without the help of scientists. 41 more words


Partnering for Efficient Resource Management: Achieving Inclusive and Sustainable Development

United Nations, New York Headquarters, 4 April 2014

Key Speakers: Mr. Oliver Zhender, Deputy-Permanent Representative of Switzerland (Moderator); Mr. Heinz Leuenberger, Director, Environmental Management, UNIDO; H.E.

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Curiosity About Food

LAKE MACBRIDE— During the late 1990s I worked on a logistics project in Ochlocknee, Ga. for four months. I don’t remember much about the town, except it was a poor place, with a per capita income of… 642 more words


Sustainable Meat is Meat to Feel Good About

In America, unlike most countries of the world, when one goes to the market to buy meat, cuts of beef, pork, and chicken are laid upon white styrofoam trays , covered in slick, smooth, shiny, see-through plastic, ready for the taking.   864 more words


New York Partners Create Children’s Activity Booklet on The Value of Water

Our colleagues at the New York Department of Health and their water community partners, known as the Water and Wastewater Education and Outreach Committee (WWEOC), have created and just released a Value of Water Activity Booklet for school children, which is now available for distribution.  254 more words