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International planning, cooperation and information sharing could lead towards a path of integrated and more sustainable development, as one segment affects the capacity for action in the others. There are linkages between disaster risk reduction, climate change and development. 



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The renewable energy sector needs to commit to getting off subsidies Last Updated on 2014-12-17 15:55:04 The renewable power industry needs a fresh approach if it is to win the public’s support and reach its full potential, says OVO Energy’s Jessica Lennard CLICK HERE TO READ MORE More »
President Obama Protects Bristol Bay Last Updated on 2014-12-17 10:00:40 President Obama on Tuesday declared Bristol Bay “a beautiful natural wonder” and designated its salmon-rich waters indefinitely off limits for oil and gas leasing.   Environmentalists say the move provides significant protection not just for the iconic Bristol Bay sockeye salmon, but for crab, herring, halibut and groundfish, including the lucrative pollock fishery. And salmon returning to the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers pass through the waters that had been considered for drilling.   Related: Bristol Bay fishery needs protection from oil and gas leasing   “Hey, everybody,” President Obama said in a videotaped message posted Tuesday on YouTube. “Earlier today I took action to make sure that one of America's greatest natural resources and a massive economic engine not only for Alaska but for America, Bristol Bay, is preserved... More »
Electric Cars a Mixed Bag For Health, Climate Last Updated on 2014-12-16 11:21:58 Plug a new electric Nissan Leaf into a charging station, and it’s easy to feel good that the vehicle’s environmental and climate impacts may be small compared to all the cars on the road running on gasoline. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE More »
EPA Presidential Advisory Committee Issues Report on Ecological Restoration in the U.S. - Mexico Border Region Last Updated on 2014-12-15 13:44:43 The Board is an independent federal advisory committee that develops recommendations to the president on U.S. - Mexico border environment and infrastructure issues. The report, “Ecological Restoration in the U.S. - Mexico Border Region,” was accepted by CEQ on behalf of President Obama. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE   More »
Cooling interest in a warming Arctic? Last Updated on 2014-12-15 10:59:08 Ottawa in Canada is hosting a conference on “Arctic Change”. With climate change making access to the Arctic easier, interest has increased. But the forecast boom in economic activity appears to have been put "on ice".  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE More »