This Texas town will get all o...

Mar 30, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Mike Blyth By Tom Dart  GRIST This story was originally published by The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the...

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A way to get power to the worl...

Mar 29, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] DIVatUSAID By David Roberts  GRIST Back on October, I did a couple of posts — one, two — on the Scylla and Charybdis of...

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Mexico Pledges To Hit Peak Emi...

Mar 29, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]    kate.sheppard huffington post WASHINGTON — The Mexican government pledged to hit peak emissions by 2026 in...

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Constructing the City of the F...

Mar 28, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Architecture, Urban Sustainability Eric Estroff The George Washington University March 13, 2015 City planning,...

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California Water Wars: Another...

Mar 25, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]   By Ellen Brown, The Web of Debt Blog | News Analysis In California’s epic drought, wars over water rights...

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We are literally flushing mill...

Mar 25, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] According to USGS researchers, our sewers are an untapped goldmine Lindsay Abrams SALON.COM Waste not: There’s a...

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Costa Rica Has Gotten All Of I...

Mar 24, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Katie Valentine CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: shutterstock Costa Rica got 100 percent of its electricity from renewables...

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Absolutely Terrifying: ‘...

Mar 23, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Environment A new study uncovers the ruinous consequences, to plant and animal species, of our increasingly fragmented...

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The secret to saving the world...

Mar 23, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] “Sometimes the most powerful changes are well within the reach of ordinary citizens,” says Paul Steinberg...

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Paris Will Dramatically Reduce...

Mar 23, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] CLIMATE PROGRESS by Ryan Koronowski Cars and scooters drive around the Arc de Triomphe, seen in background, in the center...

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This Is What Humanity’s ...

Mar 22, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]   A new photo book from conservation experts aims to shine a light on humanity’s impact on the planet and...

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Bark beetles are killing fores...

Mar 22, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Simon Fraser University By Maddie Oatman  GRIST This story was originally published by Mother Jones and is reproduced...

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Overfishing sucks — but this V...

Mar 22, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] By Amelia Urry   GRIST After opening its third season with a cheery refresher on global warming, VICE returns to the...

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Wet Matter: New Ways of Unders...

Mar 20, 2015 Posted by

[Translate]  by The Dirt Contributor Wet Matter, Harvard Design Magazine’s latest issue, asks us to reconsider our oceans, which...

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The Federal Government Just Go...

Mar 20, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] The Dirt Contributor On March 19, President Obama signed a new executive order titled “Planning for Federal...

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France Says New Roofs Must Be ...

Mar 20, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Ari PhillipsCLIMATEL PROGRESS CREDIT: shutterstock The sky’s the limit under France’s new green rooftop law. According...

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LivingHomes’ zero-energy Joshu...

Mar 19, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] LivingHomes desgned the C6 series in collaboration with Make It Right, which was founded by Brad Pitt and architect...

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Landscape Architecture in the ...

Mar 19, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] THE DIRT by J.R. Taylor What Dallas Can Learn From Houston’s Buffalo Bayou for the Trinity River Project – The Dallas...

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Obama’s Latest Executive Order...

Mar 19, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Ryan Koronowski CLIMATE PROGRESS Brian Lawson and Kenesaw Burwell install solar panels at the Energy Department’s...

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Seed Libraries Are Sprouting U...

Mar 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Environment Amid government crackdown, seed libraries expand biodiversity and food access. By Christopher D. Cook /...

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Cutting Food Waste Could Save ...

Mar 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Reuters By Chris Arsenault ROME, Feb 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Reducing consumer food waste could save the...

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Canada’s Largest Food Retailer...

Mar 18, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Natasha Geiling  CLIMATE PROGRESS Canada’s largest grocery retailer, Loblaws, has begun selling “ugly” produce in an...

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This Humble Food Is a Nutritio...

Mar 17, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Food It’s the kind of food that feeds villages. It also benefits impact on the land where it grows. By Ari LeVaux /...

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PlantLab could grow fruit and ...

Mar 17, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Liz Eve, INHABITAT   By 2050, 85 percent of an estimated 9 billion people will be living in cities, and food and water...

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5 great reasons to build a geo...

Mar 17, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Michelle Kennedy Hogan, INHABITAT   Dome homes. They’re kind of weird looking and they don’t exactly fit into...

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These urban farmers want to fe...

Mar 17, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Jonathan H. Lee / subtledream.com The real sharing economy Triumph of the commons By Sam BlissGRIST The Beacon Food...

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We could put utility-scale sol...

Mar 17, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] J R By Bobby Magill GRIST Cross-posted from Climate Central There is a scene in Gattaca when Ethan Hawke and Uma...

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When humans go extinct: How li...

Mar 17, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] The sixth extinction could wipe out up to half of Earth’s species. Michael Tennesen tells us what might happen next...

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The Politics of Extinction

Mar 16, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] By William deBuys, TomDispatch dinotude (CC BY 2.0) This piece first appeared at TomDispatch. Read Tom Engelhardt’s...

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Shrinkage: Arctic ponds are th...

Mar 16, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Travis By Suzanne JacobsIt’s official: Climate change is making the world’s water its bitch. We’ve got droughts, floods,...

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