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Drones are now an important technology used to help tackle climate change

5 Ways Drones Are Impacting Climate Change

Drones have come a long way from being used primarily for recreation. They’ve become one of the most important technologies of our time, and they’re making an impact in many different sectors. They are even having a substantial effect on how we study and mitigate climate change. Here are six examples.

Sustainable agriculture and solutions for reducing emissions

Developing Emissions Solutions in Agriculture

Agriculture is one of the most vital industries in the world and always has been. But one drawback of being one of the oldest and largest human endeavors is that change can be hard-won and slow to come. The attempt to pivot toward more sustainable agricultural technologies and techniques lays bare how resistant to change agriculture can be. Nevertheless, real-world…

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Agriculture is a key component to combat climate change

Is the Agriculture Industry Ready to Combat Climate Change?

The agriculture industry is a large contributor to climate change. In the last 50 years, greenhouse gas emissions from fisheries, livestock and agriculture nearly doubled and could continue to rise in the future. Agriculture will also be one of the industries hardest hit by climate change, as global temperatures rise and weather patterns become more erratic. With a growing world…

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Water Efficiency for Business

Much too often the narrative for business about sustainability centers on immediate costs. Claims that it is too costly or complicated to adopt sensible strategies to increase efficiency, conserve resources, and reduce environmental impact is simply not true. This infographic, courtesy of Illinois-based Dober, shows five simple examples for improving water efficiency at low or now cost. Dober

healthy soil

How Different Methods of Soil Health Can Combat Climate Change

In the fight to curb global warming, we should do our best to restore the natural soil carbon cycle. Healthy soil is our foundation.

Pollution in our drinking water

Drinking Water Pollution May Be Ruining Our Health

As human consumption of natural resources grows, so does the stress we put on our supply of fresh drinking water, risking the health and well-being of millions of people.

Resilience in a world of stronger hurricanes

How Countries Can Prepare for the Environmental Impacts of Hurricane Season

Category four and five hurricanes have increased in frequency, intensity, and duration since the early 1980s, according to the National Climate Assessment. Hurricanes above a category three are estimated to now be twice as likely as they were about a century ago. Many scientists attribute this increase to global warming. These changes mean that hurricanes may continue to cause rising…

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