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Great Barrier Reef water quality under threat without urgent funding – report

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

Queensland report calls for corporate and philanthropic funding to help cut water pollution as a bulwark against climate change

Governments will need to move faster and find more money to meet “ambitious” targets of cutting pollution in Great Barrier Reef waters, a Queensland government taskforce has found.

Climate change: Will ‘1.5 to stay alive’ deal be enough to save Seychelles?

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

The half a degree difference between the target of 1.5C – included in the draft text with the agreed goal of 2C – is critical for small, low-lying coastal states


Landmark Agreement on Climate Is Reached in Paris to Cap Warming

Originally Published by Yale Environment 360

Climate negotiators meeting in Paris have achieved a deal that could change the world.

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Two Billion People at Risk of Losing Water Supplies Due to Snowpack Loss

Originally Published by Yale Environment 360

Roughly 2 billion people are at risk of declining water supplies in the northern hemisphere due to decreasing snowpack, according to Snowpack in the Lesser Caucasus mountains.


Call for Papers: Socioeconomic Benefits


Socioeconomic Benefits: Connecting Earth Observations to Address Society’s Needs

2015 Quarterly Theme, Issue 4
Sept. 12, 2015-March 21, 2016

Fires Put a Carbon Monoxide Cloud over Indonesia

Originally Published by NASA Earth Observatory

In September 2015, fires in Indonesia produced prodigious amounts of carbon monoxide.

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