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Natural Catastrophes in 2012 Dominated by U.S. Weather Extremes

New study examines the global distribution and overall losses of natural catastrophes in 2012

Getting to One-Planet Living

Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World 2013 explores new ways to measure sustainability and live within our planet’s boundaries

Agriculture and Livestock Remain Major Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

New Worldwatch Institute study examines the agricultural sector’s impact on global greenhouse gas emissions

More Businesses Pursue Triple Bottom Line for a Sustainable Economy

New Worldwatch Institute study examines the rise of benefit corporations and other companies that prioritize people and the planet, as well as profi

Global Food Prices Continue to Rise

New Worldwatch Institute study examines the leading causes of the growth of global food prices 

Is Sustainability Still Possible?

State of the World 2013 asks “can we get there—and what happens if we fall short?”

Advertising Spending Continues Gradual Rebound

New Worldwatch Institute study examines how growth in Internet media has led to increasing global expenditures on advertising

The Looming Threat of Water Scarcity

As World Water Day approaches, new Worldwatch Institute study examines global water use and steps to address water scarcity  

Smart Grid Technologies Continue to Spread

New Worldwatch Institute report examines global investments and installation of smart grid technologies

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