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  1. Can Drought Be Prevented? Slovakia Aims to Try

    Monday, January 22, 2018

    BRATISLAVA, Jan 22 (IPS) - A landmark programme to combat drought set to be implemented in the small Central European country of Slovakia could be an inspiration for other states as extreme weather events become more frequent, the environmental action group behind the plan has said.

  2. Argentina’s Law on Forests Is Good, But Lacks Enforcement

    Thursday, January 18, 2018

  3. “The World Has Gone in Reverse”

    Thursday, January 18, 2018

    UNITED NATIONS, Jan 18 (IPS) - A year into his position, the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said that peace remains elusive and that renewed action must be taken in 2018 to set the world on track for a better future.

  4. 40% of India’s Thermal Power Plants in Water-Scarce Areas, Threatening Shutdowns

    Wednesday, January 17, 2018

    WASHINGTON DC, Jan 17 (IPS) - New WRI research finds that 40 percent of the country's thermal power plants are located in areas facing high water stress, a problem since these plants use water for cooling. Scarce water is already hampering electricity generation in these regions—14 of India's 20 largest thermal utilities experienced at least one shutdown due to water shortages between 2013-2016, costing the companies $1.4 billion.

  5. Expansion of Soy Resurrects Key Railway Line in Brazil

    Tuesday, January 16, 2018

  6. Sustainable Energy Critical for Achieving Overall Goals of Paris Climate Agreement

    Monday, January 15, 2018

    ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, Jan 15 (IPS) - The Paris Agreement ushered in a new global approach to climate change. At the core of this agreement are the Nationally Determined Contributions. We are now implementing these pledges.

  7. Clean Energy Sources Manage to Cut Electricity Bill in Chile

    Tuesday, January 09, 2018

    SANTIAGO, Jan 09 (IPS) - A 75 percent drop in electricity rates, thanks to a quadrupled clean generation capacity, is one of the legacies to be left in Chile by the administration of Michelle Bachelet, who steps down on Mar. 11.

  8. Policy Support Gap for “Climate-Smart” Agriculture

    Tuesday, January 09, 2018

    JOHANNESBURG, Jan 09 (IPS) - Conditioned that ploughing is the sure way to produce crops, Zimbabwean farmer Handrixious Zvomarima surprised himself by trying a different method. He planted cowpea seeds directly without tilling the land. It worked.

  9. Tourism Should Be Regulated, Before It Is Too Late...

    Monday, January 08, 2018

    ROME, Jan 08 (IPS) - This year, we will have 3 million tourists each day wandering the world. This massive phenomenon is without precedent in human history and is happening (as usual), with only one consideration in mind: money. We should pause and take a look at its social, cultural and environmental impact and take remedial measures, because they are becoming seriously negative if things are left as they are.

  10. 2017 Was a Year of Record-Breaking Climate Events

    Saturday, January 06, 2018

    WASHINGTON DC, Jan 06 (IPS) - Parts of the United States are experiencing blizzard and record low temperatures, with sharks freezing in the Atlantic and cold-snapped iguanas falling from trees in Florida.

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