Relating: Energy, Water, Food and Climate Change

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“Perfect storm” Professor Sir John Beddington FRS UK Chief Scientific Adviser 2008 -2013

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Record High Seafood Consumption Not Sustainable, Warns UN


UNITED NATIONS, Jul 8 2016 (IPS) - The UN’s Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) warned Thursday that global fish stocks cannot keep up with record consumption, with the average person now consuming 20 kilograms of fish a year.  “Life below water, which the Sustainable Development Agenda comm

The Power of Satellites in Humanitarian Work


Lou Del Bello

Global conflicts now often last longer than they did, and they are becoming more complex to understand and address. Some of the worst civil wars, for example in Syria or South Sudan, have now lasted so long that young children born there hardly remember peace.

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