China Watch, Food, Renewable Energy, News, Natural Disasters & Peacemaking, e2 - Eye on Earth

Caribbean Community Maps Out Renewable Energy Plan

Worldwatch Institute highlights next steps for CARICOM region to transition to an energy sector less reliant on fossil fuels

Peak Production From a Planet in Distress: 
Can We Keep It Up?

Worldwatch Institute’s Vital Signs: Volume 20 showcases the planet’s growing demand for food and energy, its shrinking resources,

Fertility Surprises Portend a More Populous Future

On World Population Day, the Worldwatch Institute examines the UN’s latest demographic projections and their environmental implications

Automobile Production Sets New Record in 2012

New Worldwatch Institute study examines conventional and alternative vehicle trends 

Philippines Maps out Plan to Switch to 100 Percent Renewables in 10 Years

Worldwatch Institute plans Sustainable Energy Roadmap with country’s Climate Change Commission

Global Number of Displaced People Surges

In the wake of World Refugee Day, new Worldwatch Institute study examines the number of internationally and internally displaced people worldwide

Developing a Regional Renewable Energy Roadmap for Central America

The Worldwatch Institute and INCAE Business School explore renewable energy status and potential in the region

Building an Enduring Environmental Movement

On World Environment Day, Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World 2013calls for a new course of action for the environmental movemen.

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

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