Month: October 2012

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Senator Inhofe Proud to Receive Rubber Dodo Award

Last week the Center for Biological Diversity presented its sixth annual Rubber Dodo Award to Senator James Inhofe, joining the ranks of other “luminaries” in their ongoing effort to drive endangered species to extinction across the globe. Inhofe is in the company of such earth-spoiling role models as former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, winner of the […]Read More

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New GAIN Index Draws Attention to Climate Change Resiliency as

A free, open-source, open-data online navigation tool, the Global Adaptation Institute's 2012 GAIN Index offers much more than just a ranking of countries' resiliency to climate change. It's providing prominent private and public sector organizations the data and tools to make better informed decisions as to how best to invest in climate change adaptation efforts.Read More

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Enviro News Wrap: Too Late to Stop Global Warming; Inhofe

GlobalWarmingisReal contributor Anders Hellum-Alexander wraps-up and comments on the climate and environmental news headlines for the past week: Did you know that it may be too late to stop global warming? The only impact we can have is to lessen the damage. It’s amazing that such a crucial issue to the future of the US and […]Read More

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The Business Community Moves Toward Sustainability

Initially, corporate sustainability was a tertiary practice that focused on reporting; increasingly, it is influencing core strategic business decisions. A proactive stance on sustainability is becoming a competitive necessity to attract investors, source talent, meet the requirements of supply chain partners, and address growing consumer demand. Companies are seeing the value of operating in ways that address environmental concerns, health and safety […]Read More

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An Abdication of Leadership: Climate Change Absent on the National

Despite weeks of cajoling and  demands to insert climate into the discussion during the presidential debates, the final debate ended on Monday with climate clearly absent for the 1st time in 24 years. “Climate change threatens us: the candidates silence threatens to seal our fate,” said Brad Johnson, campaign manager of Climate Science. “President Barack […]Read More