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Global Nuclear Generation Capacity Falls

New analysis indicates countries are turning to other energy sources as a result of high costs, low demand, and recent disasters. 

World Grain Production Down, But Recovering

Washington, D.C.—World grain production fell last year, exacerbating a global food situation already plagued by rising prices, according to new research published by the Worl

Reducing Food Waste During the Holiday Season

10 simple steps we all can take to help make this season less wasteful and more plentiful

Monday, November 21, 2011

Global Expansion of High-Speed Rail Gains Steam

Washington, D.C.----As interest in high-speed rail (HSR) surges around the world, the number of countries running these trains is expected to nearly double over the next few years,

As Global Population Surpasses 7 Billion, Two Clear Strategies for a Sustainable Future

Greater reproductive choice and measures to reduce resource consumption and waste are critical to reducing humanity’s environmental impact


Celebrating Nutrition on Food Day

Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet team supports Food Day events to raise awareness of healthy, sustainable agriculture and nutrition


Oil Discovered on the Island of Catan

Worldwatch Institute, Catan GmbH, Mayfair Games, and Kosmos partner to produce Catan: Oil Springs, a sustainability educational scenario for the award-winning game The Settlers o

Increase in the Labor Force Can Be an Engine for Development

New Worldwatch research assesses the growth of the world’s labor force and the challenges and opportunities that it brings

Washington, D.C.

Multi-Pronged Approach Needed to Fight Global Hunger

With World Food Day approaching, Worldwatch’s Nourishing the Planet team emphasizes the need for innovative hunger-fighting initiatives at all levels

Global Meat Production and Consumption Continue to Rise

New analysis highlights importance of limiting industrial livestock production to improve personal and environmental health.

Washington, D.C.—Global meat p

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