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March, 2014
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Nasa-funded study: industrial civilisation headed for ‘irreversible collapse’? A new study sponsored by Nasa’s Goddard Space Flight Center has highlighted the prospect that global industrial civilisation could collapse in coming decades due to unsustainable...
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August, 2014
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If We Release a Small Fraction of Arctic Carbon, ‘We’re Fucked’: Climatologist From Vice.com Recently, scientists have made a disturbing discovery in the Arctic Ocean: They saw “vast methane plumes escaping from the seafloor,”...
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December, 2018
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Richard Martin, Technology Review An old man wakes on the floor of a hut in a village in southern India. He is wrapped in a thin cotton blanket. Beside him, music wails softly on a...
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November, 2013
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Six Key Trends Shaping the Energy Future The Paris-based International Energy Agency was established after the oil crisis of the early 1970s in a move by oil-consuming nations to keep better track of trends...
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Combustion of available fossil fuel resources sufficient to eliminate the Antarctic Ice Sheet
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READ ORIGINAL PAPER: By Ricarda Winkelmann, Anders Levermann, Andy Ridgwell and Ken Caldeira If We Burned All the Fossil Fuel in the World Elizabeth Kolbert, The New Yorker What would happen if we burned...
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Advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy. Is renewable energy really environmentally friendly?
Climate Change, Energy
In the energy supply of the company, it is essential to balance three factors: competitiveness, security of supply, the environment and the climate. No single energy source is perfect according to these three angles....
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Credit Suisse: Richest 1% own 53% of India’s wealth
Energy, India
According to Credit Suisse, India’s wealth increased by $2.284 trillion between 2000 and 2018. Of this rise, the richest 1% has hogged 61% Manas Chakravarty, Live Mint  The richest 1% of Indians own 53%...
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E-book: Water warriors – Stories on people and their relationship with water
Education & Awareness, Food & Water, Food & Water Security, India
The stories in this yearbook highlight efforts by rural and urban communities across India to take back ownership of their water resources. India Water Portal Prayers on the bank of the Kshipra Water sustains...
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