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Want to Save the World? Start by Ditching Meat
Mercy For Animals

Want to Save the World? Start by Ditching Meat

A recent article published by Bloomberg Businessweek highlights a new report released by the WorldWatch Institute detailing the world's unsustainable meat habit. According to Bloomberg , "More than two-thirds of all agricultural land is used for ... Mercy For Animals, 3 weeks ago
Meat strains world's resources - report Radio New Zealand, 1 month ago

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Clean Technica

Solar System Installations Increasing Fast

Clean Power Published on August 4th, 2014 | by August 4th, 2014 by Worldwatch Institute Originally published on Worldwatch Institute . New analysis by the Worldwatch Institute examinesglobal trends in the solar power ...
 Clean Technica1 month ago Solar Power Installations Jump to a New Annual Record  Sonnenseite.com1 month ago Record Set Last Year for Solar Power Installations  Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies2 months ago Solar power installations jump to new annual record  Power Insider Asia1 month ago
Mother Earth News

Environment and Society: Where is the Disconnect?

Worldwatch Institute's Vital Signs, Volume 21: explores surprising trends in the planet's environment and society Washington, D.C. - September 18, 2014 ( renewable energy stocks newswire) Today, environmental issues are inseparable ...
 InvestorIdeas.com1 week ago
Travel Industry Wire

New Worldwatch Institute Analysis Examines Global Trends and Impacts of Rail Transport

According to the International Union of Railways, passenger and freight trains globally traveled 12.7 billion kilometers in 2013, up from 9.7 billion in 2001. This increased use of rail entails environmental and social benefits, but also some risks, ...
 Travel Industry Wire4 weeks ago Global use of freight and passenger...  Transport Weekly3 weeks ago Passenger & freight trains globally traveled more in 2013  GCTL8.com3 weeks ago As Use of Passenger and Freight Rail Grows Social and Environmental Impact Magnified  Hospitality Trends4 weeks ago
Africa Green Media

Does Ecoliteracy Prevent Environmental Action?

by Hannah Ritchie Knowledge is not enough is the slogan of the WorldWatch Institute's State of the World 2014 campaign, raising the question of whether current environmental education is enough to promote action. The Institute reports that the ...
 Africa Green Media1 month ago

Coffee Production Near Record Levels, Sustainable Share Rising

Targeted News Service WASHINGTON, Aug. 5 -- Worldwatch Institute issued the following news release: Although fluctuating from year to year, coffee production has been on an overall steady upward trend, writes Worldwatch Institute Senior Researcher ...
 Insurance News Net1 month ago

Why estimate for world population in 2100 is now 11 billion

That's an updated estimate according to United Nations data. The new number comes days before the UN Climate Summit, which will take up a range of issues influenced by world population. People visit the beach on New Year's Day in Durban on January ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 week ago Our Overcrowded Planet A Failure of Family Planning & A Grim Sustainable Future Warning  Peak Oil1 month ago

Helping the poor own their homes

(Conclusion) Fifty-four percent of the world's population—about 3.8 billion—are now living in urban areas. And with almost 200,000 people being added to the world's cities every day, the United Nations estimates that by 2050 the world's urban ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer3 weeks ago

Report Warns Soaring Meat Production Threatens Global Environment

The world is eating too much meat, and that's bad news for the earth's forests, arable land, and scarce water. That's the conclusion of a report released recently by the Washington, D.C.-based Worldwatch Institute, reported Bloomberg Businessweek . ...
 Food Logistics23 hours ago Soaring Meat Production Threatens Global Environment, Warns Report  BusinessWeek1 month ago

Report highlights another year of renewable-energy growth

IN a world highly dependent on expensive and exhaustible fuel, here's some good news: renewable-energy technologies have set new installation records as their contribution to the global energy mix in 2014, researchers at the Worldwatch Institute ...
 Business Mirror1 month ago
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