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ICLEI WORLD CONGRESS 2015

ICLEI WORLD CONGRESS 2015 April 8-12 2015 Dongdaemun Design Plaza 281 Eulji-ro, Jung-gu Seoul, Seoul-T’Ukpyolsi Republic of Korea The 2015 ICLEI (Local Governments for Sustainability) World Congress will be held under the theme of ‘Sustainable Solutions for an Urban Future’ in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The ICLEI World Congress 2015 will be the first in

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Cyclone Pam and climate change

Last week Cyclone Pam left a trail of destruction in the South Pacific from winds of 168 miles per hour. Hardest hit were the islands of Vanuatu where homes were destroyed, power lines were downed and dozens of deaths were reported. Scientists are saying the intensity of the cyclone has to do, in part, with

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5th Global Workshop of the Agricultural Model Intercomparison & Improvement Project (AgMIP)

The 5th Global Workshop of the Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project or AgMIP met in Gainesville Florida at the end of February. The workshop was attended by over 200 groups who are key players in global and regional assessment of climate change and food security, and who are pursuing pathways to sustainable farming systems. There is

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Women & Climate Change Summit

Friday March 6, 2015, Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center at the FDR Library, 4079 Albany Post Rd.  Hyde Park, NY 12538 To honor Eleanor Roosevelt’s legacy, you are invited to the Roosevelt Library in Hyde Park, NY for a Summit on Women & Climate Change, hosted by EPA Region 2 and The Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership, in

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Drought & Climate Change

As California heads into their fourth year of severe drought, the debate continues over what is causing the unprecedented lack of rain. Cited as the worst dry spell in 1,200 years, as many as 64 million people were affected by the droughts, according to NASA projections. The long term effect of the current drought will

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