Shell’s withdrawal, Syria’s exodus
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October 2, 2015
The Grades Are In
As they prepare for the Paris climate talks in December, the world’s biggest polluters are submitting their official carbon-cutting pledges. Find out which nations are top of the class—and which are flunking out.
Shell May Be Leaving, but the Arctic Isn’t Safe from Drilling
Is Climate Change to Blame for the Syrian Refugee Crisis?
DID YOU KNOW?
TransCanada Makes a Desperate Bid to Revive the Keystone XL Pipeline
Warmer Temperatures Are Making Bee Tongues Shorter
THE DEANS LIST
Will the World’s Nations Follow Through with Their Climate Pledges?
What It Means to Put Future Generations First
– Rhea Suh –
Why I Wrote the
Waste-Free Kitchen Handbook
Director, Land and Wildlife Program
Three Things You Need to Know About the China-U.S. Ivory Deal
Volkswagen Scandal Tarnishes Hard-Won Reputation as Green Company
Shell Just Scrapped Its Arctic Drilling Plans for the “Foreseeable Future”
BBC’s In the Balance
Big Names in Business Debate the Way Forward in Tackling Climate Change
Add your voice! Demand climate action from world leaders in Paris this December.
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