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Endangered California condors are making a comeback with the birth of 1,000th chick

The largest bird in North America is making a comeback after reaching an alarming population size of about 20 birds. The California condor was highly endangered during the late 20th century but...
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KLM Royal Dutch Airline’s Flying-V concept is an important step towards sustainable aviation

The environmental impacts of air travel has become a growing global concern. The aviation industry is focused on producing faster planes that fly higher and provide more comfort for passengers,...
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NY’s Supercharged Climate Bill Decreases Carbon Output, Boosts Costs

Last week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a measure for cutting greenhouse gases, requiring an 85% reduction from 1990 levels over the next three decades and a carbon-free electric...
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How can developing countries pay for the SDGs?

With official development assistance under strain, achieving the Sustainable Development Goals will require developing countries to rely increasingly on their own resources. To that end, they should implement strong institutional...
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Lush Launches Carbon-Positive Packaging, Sends It Via Sailing Ship

Cosmetic company Lush says it is the first company to have developed “carbon-positive” packaging. The biodegradable cork pots the company will begin buying for its products are not only sustainable...
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Nestle Waters forges fresh partnership on ocean conservation

Ocean conservation is an issue that has sky-rocketed to the forefront of public perception since Blue Planet 2 aired, with images and information regarding pollution from plastics, chemicals and other...
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Toyota unveils Prius covered in solar panels

The electric vehicle (EV) announcement to have grabbed most of the headlines this week is BMW’s launch of its first fully electric Mini Cooper, which is due to go on sale...
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Wave energy collaboration launched for UK and Ireland

It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the renewables sector, with Ørsted installing its 100th turbine at its Hornsea One offshore wind farm; India launching a domestic rooftop solar framework for slum...
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From Cell To Steak: Aleph Farms’ Slaughter-Free Mission

Global agriculture — livestock production in particular — is one of the most harmful industries for the planet, contributing to deforestation, draining of resources, and massive greenhouse gas emissions. And...
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Finnish startup makes alternative protein from carbon dioxide

An innovative startup company from Finland has piloted a new alternative protein product made out of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This meat alternative has the potential to address the environmental evils...
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Kimberly-Clark Zaps Emissions 27%, Doubles Target, Shrinks Fiber Use

Kimberly-Clark plans to double its greenhouse gas reduction target to 40% by 2022. The new goal was created due to the fact that the company exceeded its original 20% reduction...
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Cycling success may hold key to free up fifth of agricultural land

Making minor changes to how food is produced, supplied and consumed around the world could free up around a fifth of agricultural land, research suggests. Scientists have applied the British...
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