Human Ecology Round-Up – October 15, 2014

Bi-monthly round-up of recent news and comment in sustainable development. Follow us on Twitter @CwHumanEcology to keep up-to-date with news on the Pyeongchang summit on biodiversity and much more on human ecology and sustainable development.

Korea Herald – Environment chiefs discuss biodiversity

Johannes Luetz – “Island nations shouldn’t be left to drown from climate change: Rising sea levels will have dire consequences for Pacific island nations unless Australia and other countries take action”, The Guardian

SciDevNet – SciDev.Net podcast: The vanishing small island states

Fauna & Flora International – Why we need biodiversity in our quest to save forests and climate

Seth Borenstein – ‘Anthropocene’ Term Gains Traction As Human Impacts On Planet Become Clearer

businessGreen – Has the insulation industry reached Green Deal crisis point?

National Science Foundation – Geospatial data project puts major issues on the map: Powerful Web-based system let users worldwide predict damaging floods and potential effects of climate change

Patrick Robbins – Twenty Things You Can Do to Address the Climate Crisis!

Desmond Brown, IPS – Biodiversity, Climate Change Solutions Inextricably Linked

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