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Diversification of Agricultural Crops Could Help Decrease Water Use

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According to the authors of a new study, diversification of agricultural crops could help decrease water use, among other resource savings, but strategies to...

FAO: Freshwater & Ocean Fisheries Need a New Vision for Sustainability

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This week, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), stated that fisheries are facing an important crossroad and that the world...

CDP Releases A List of Corporate Action on Climate, Water, and...

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CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, has released its ranking of the top global corporations in terms of their impact on climate change, water,...

As The World Burns: The Case for a Restoration Imperative

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The IPCC report doesn’t reveal anything we didn’t already expect if we failed to meet global carbon dioxide reductions targets. A fair reading of...

Selkirk First Nation and Minto Explorations Release Socio-Economic Impact Report

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In early August, Selkirk First Nation, Minto Explorations Ltd., and the Government of Yukon released the Minto Mine Socio-Economic Monitoring Program’s 2015 Annual Report. According...

Canadian Firm Announces Scottish Wastewater Heat Recovery Project

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British Columbia-based SHARC International Systems Inc.—formerly International Wastewater Systems Inc.—has announced that its SHARC subsidiary, SHARC Energy Systems (SHARC), will form a joint venture...

Kitchener Hires Its First Sustainability Officer

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Kitchener, Ontario has announced the creation of a sustainability office and the appointment of its first sustainability officer, Claire Bennett, who will begin her...

Winners of the 2018 Sustainable Communities Awards from FCM

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The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) has announced the recipients of the 2018 Sustainable Communities Awards. The awards honour and celebrate the most innovative...

Steep Increase in Water Disclosure by Global Giants

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Corporate giants and water leaders gathered in Johannesburg today to discuss the findings of the annual Global Water Report published today by Carbon Disclosure Project  (the non-profit...

Okanagan Tourism Meets Sustainable Development Goals on Water

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The Thompson Okanagan Region in British Columbia is the first destination in the Americas to earn the International Biosphere Destination certification recognized by UNESCO...

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