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Indigenous Peoples Key to Saving Threatened Forests

More than a third of the world’s vanishing pristine forests are managed by indigenous peoples under threat from development and deforestation, scientists said Tuesday, calling for greater protection. As deadly...
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Here’s How to Use Digital Transformation to Create a More Sustainable World

Companies today are judged on the positive contribution they make to society. Concern is growing about how technology is affecting jobs, inequality, health, and security. Digital transformation changes how companies...
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Renewables Beat Fossil Fuels on 137 Days in Greenest Year for UK Energy

Energy produced by the UK’s renewable sector outpaced fossil fuel plants on a record 137 days in 2019 to help the country’s energy system record its greenest year. The report...
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A New Way to Measure Impact, Both Good and Bad

Total Societal Impact measures the wider impact of ventures, both positive and negative. Considering social impact can lead to new markets. Digital solutions offer opportunities to lower carbon output and...
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What Locally Led Climate Resilience Looks Like in the Philippines

In Pasig City, Philippines, southeast of Manila, there’s an apartment complex with whitewashed walls and colorful trim. It’s an unassuming set of buildings, but a globally important one. The Manggahan...
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Transitioning to Renewable Energy Could Create 30 Million Jobs

Ten years after the publication of their first plan for powering the world with wind, water, and solar, researchers offer an updated vision of the steps that 143 countries around the...
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Making Bio-Coal From Plant Waste to Mitigate Climate Change

A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in China has found a way to produce bio-coal from plant waste. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group...
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This Is the Change We Need for the Future of Innovation

Big data is transforming economies and societies. Outdated governance is holding back the promise of new tech. Forward-looking cities and countries are prioritizing innovation. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing various social...
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Greener, Healthier, More Sustainable: Why Cities of the Future Need More Biodiversity

Modern science has proven environmental factors heavily influence human health – which is why each and every one of us would benefit from an intact ecosphere with good quality air, water...
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Fukushima Unveils Plans to Become Renewable Energy Hub

Fukushima is planning to transform itself into a renewable energy hub, almost eight years after it became the scene of the world’s worst nuclear accident for a quarter of a...
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15 New Electric Articulated Buses Deployed in NYC — 500 Planned to Serve All 5 Boroughs

New York City’s MTA announced on December 15, 2019, that it has deployed the first phase of its new all-electric articulated bus fleet. The now historic 2020–2024 Capital Plan includes $1.1 billion...
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Native American Tribe Leads the Microgrid Revolution in California

It started with the earthquake that struck the Fukushima region of Japan in 2011. The resulting tsunami flooded coastal regions of Humboldt County in Northern California. People seeking to escape...
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