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Kenyans Turn to Foraging as Californians Bail Out from Torrential Rains

Kenyans are foraging for plants and instects that contain toxic chemicals and cooking them in unsafe water as Californians are struggling to cope with record breaking rains.

Honey Bee

A Study in Contrasts: Honey Bees and Mega Malls in Mexico’s Riviera Maya

Forest has finally begun to reclaim land at the $200mm Dragon Mart mega-mall proect site in the Riviera Maya, while the local chapter of Mexico’s beekeeper association expects a bumper honey harvest this year,

Solar Jobs Census

U.S. Solar Workforce Grew 17-Times Faster than Economy Overall in 2016

The U.S. solar workforce grew at a record high 25% year-over-year in 2016 as solar job creation increased in 44 states and throughout the industry value chain, according to The Solar Foundation’s “National Solar Jobs Census 2016.”

Latest Projections of Regional Sea Level Rise Emphasize Need for Ongoing Research, Adaptation Planning

Sea level rise along all U.S. coasts barring Alaska is projected to be higher than the global average in the three worst-case scenarios — 0.3-1 meter or more come 2100 — according to the latest projections from a public-private climate research partnership led by NOAA

Trump Energy Policy Opposed by Most Americans

Two-Thirds of Americans Prioritize Alternative Energy over Fossil Fuels

President Donald J. Trump’s energy policy runs contrary to the 65 percent of Americans who place a higher priority on alternative energy as opposed to fossil fuel development, according to the latest Pew Research Center survey.

Reducing food waste, generating energy

Emerson Adds AT&T IoT Connectivity to Grind2Energy Food Recycling System

Emerson anticipates rolling out hundreds of AT&T IoT-connected Grind2Energy food recycling systems nationwide over the next few years.

U.S. Weather and Climate 2016: 15 $1 Billion-Plus Disasters

Ranking as the second warmest year on record, 2016 was the 20th consecutive year average U.S. temperature exceed the norm. The 15 weather/climate related disasters that each resulted in losses of more than $1 billion contributed to making 2016 the second-worst year on record, according to NOAA’s latest annual report.