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Thursday, October 10th, 2013

INTERGEO 2013 Sees Innovations and Addresses Issues of the Day

After three days, a very successful INTERGEO in Essen drew to a close today with 16,000 visitors. The trade fair and conference focused on the biggest social issues, including the energy revolution, climate change, urban renewal and...

Monday, July 8th, 2013

Victorian Government Plan Takes Climate Change Into Account

The Victorian Government's draft Gippsland Regional Growth Plan, a document that will guide land use and infrastructure planning, takes into account climate change. Gippsland can expect an increase in extreme weather events over the next 30 years....

Sunday, June 30th, 2013

Indian Statistical Institute Offers Help to Map Climate Change

The Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) has offered to help the government in mapping climatic changes in the country to develop a better understanding about the phenomena. Read More

Friday, June 28th, 2013

Studies Show Indonesia Home to Most At-Risk Species

Two new, separate studies have identified Indonesia as one of the countries where biodiversity is most at threat, both in terms of species’ conservation status and in their vulnerability to climate change. In the paper “Global Patterns...

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

Philippines Maps out Plan to Switch to 100 Percent Renewables in 10 Years

The Worldwatch Institute's Climate and Energy Director, Alexander Ochs, met with the Climate Change Commission (CCC) and high-level representatives of the federal and provincial governments of the Philippines yesterday to lay groundwork for a Sustainable Energy Roadmap...

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

Bangkok Planning Needs Resilience to Save Billions

Unprecedented natural disasters have become serious issues for cities like Bangkok, which weathered the devastating 2011 flooding that caused an estimated US$45 billion (Bt1.34 trillion) in damage. Thus the threats from climate change cannot be taken lightly...

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

Lasers Check the Pulse of Wombat Forest

In an isolated pocket of the Wombat State Forest, Anne Griebel is using laser sensors to uncover environmental secrets concealed in the trees. The sensors detect minute changes in the canopy of the forest, which is west...

Friday, May 10th, 2013

United Nations/Indonesia International Conference on Integrated Space Technology Applications to Climate Change

The United Nations is organizing the United Nations/Indonesia International Conference on Integrated Space Technology Applications to Climate Change under the framework of the United Nations Programme on Space Applications.

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

A Satellite to Save Australia? We Should Have One of Those

The distribution of water in Australia is changing: rains come more in summer, less in winter. As climate changes, the amount and distribution of available water will change.  It is difficult to think of a single environmental...

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Filipino Youth Leaders Launch the Road Sharing Movement

Frustrated by the failure of the present generation to take meaningful action to address the climate crisis, the youth are fired to assert their right to a safe and healthful future by using the power of the...

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