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POLICY: Why Don't Climate Change Adaptation Strategies Include Population Growth?
Environment  (tags: CLIMATE CHANGE, POLICIES, CHANGING ATTITUDES, PROTECTING THE EARTH, HUMANS, POPULATION )

Ruth Ann
- 127 days ago - eenews.net
A VERY IMPORTANT READ! While developed nations are largely responsible for global warming, the burden of climate change is often placed on the shoulders of the world's poorest countries --
Can We Share Our Planet With Wildlife?
Environment  (tags: Center for Biological Diversity, population, environment, sustainability, wildlife, humans, conservation, consumerism, destruction, habitat, nature, protection )

Angelika
- 216 days ago - cabot-institute.blogspot.de
" If governments really do get their acts together and we as a global population get our wasteful consumerism under control, we can turn the tides and make this a better world for both people and the wildlife we share it with."
Anchoring Wealth to Sustain Cities and Population Growth
Environment  (tags: climate-change, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, environment, habitatdestruction, habitat, healthconditions, oceans, nature, politics, pollution, population, protection, trees, water, weather )

Kit
- 723 days ago - truth-out.org
Americans face a unique challenge in solving the climate crisis. Unlike other Western countries and Japan, where population is projected to be relatively constant, the U.S. population is set to grow by at least 100 million--and likely 150 million--people->
People and the Planet: The World at 7 Billion
Environment  (tags: overpopulation, environment, 7 Billion People, Global Population, Population, World Population, humans, protection, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, nature, politics, world )

Michael
- 995 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Any day now, if it hasn't happened already, the 7 billionth baby will be born on our small planet.
ACTION ALERT: Don't Ruin the Rockies: Stop Big Oil's Dangerous Megaloads! PLEASE SIGN !
Environment  (tags: rockies, awesome country, abused, destruction, oil companies, population, wildlife, roads, conservation, protection )

Simone
- 1172 days ago - change.org
Oil giants ConocoPhillips and Imperial Oil/ExxonMobil have begun to drive dangerous "megaloads" across the narrow mountain roads of the northern Rockies. The goal? Deliver 207 loads of machinery, each as wide as the road and three-stories tall, to the
World Population Growth Infographic - LET US TRY TO PROTECT OUR PLANET! ! !
Environment  (tags: world, infographic, population, growth )

Bosko
- 1248 days ago - theworldgeography.com
Just how much is the world's population expected to grow over the next 40 years? Here's a look at how the massive population growth over the past 60 years has impacted the world we live in and what to expect as the world population continues to grow....
Sea Otter Poop May Help Save The Species (VIDEO) TAKE ACTION!!
Environment  (tags: endangered, sea otters, population, scientists, help, recover, video )

BarbKnigh
- 1435 days ago - care2.com
HELP SEA OTTER POPULATIONS RECOVER! Please read this article and see how scientists are working together to study sea otter's poop a non-invasive way to help these cute little guys & gals regain their population.
Act Now on Water Crisis
Environment  (tags: water, pollution, population, crisis )

Anna
- 1449 days ago - opinion.inquirer.net
It is a fact that the ever-rising demand for water is driven by three fundamental pressures: (1) growing population and urbanization; (2) demand for greater production from agriculture and industry; (3) wasteful practices and pollution.
102,387,581 Americans Don't Know How to Go Green
Environment  (tags: environment, green, poll, survey, america, united states, american, americans, population, people, life, living, society, ecofriendly, eco, green living, go green, going green )

Jonathon
- 2223 days ago - nature.org
According to a Harris survey, more than 90% of Americans are recycling, but over 1/3rd of the entire U.S. population hasn't changed their lifestyle because they "did not know what to do" in order to be more green.
As Earth Day Arrives, Population Still the Uneasy Issue
Environment  (tags: environment, humans, climate-change, population, population impact on fishery resources, ecosystems )

Cal
- 2282 days ago - enn.com
Anyone paying attention to human-induced climate change or the ongoing surge in global energy and food prices must sometimes pause to think about just how many we are.
Polar Bears Being Sacrificed for Oil?; U.S. Department Accused of Delaying Protection So Habitat Can Be Opened Up for Drilling L
Environment  (tags: Polar bears, oil, government, Arctic, sea, habitat, global-warming, population, endangered, exinction, wildlife, nature, destruction, conservation, climate-change, weather, habitatdestruction )

Tamme
- 2363 days ago - standard-freeholder.com
The Chukchi Sea is home to one of two U.S. polar bear populations, and scientists say global warming is causing serious melting of Arctic sea ice, the bear's primary habitat. The department proposed possibly listing the bear as threatened - triggering gre
EARTH AT RISK
Environment  (tags: population, water, disasters, extinction, deforestation, science, history channel, tv, shows, earth, gaia, ClimateChange, destruction, globalwarming, endangered, environment, animals, wildlife, world, humans, habitatdestruction, greenhousegases, forests )

Mari
- 2378 days ago - history.com
For whatever reason its happening, slowly, but very surely. Global warming is a reality. The ultimate consequences of transformations to our world climate are unclear, but if history is any indication, they could be devastating. Learn more ....
Wolf Population Threatened By Smallest Foes
Environment  (tags: wolves, population, ticks, global warming, endangered, wildlife )

Simone
- 2521 days ago - dailypressandargus.com
Scientists who for decades have studied the delicate prey-predator balance between moose and wolves on Lake Superior's Isle Royale believe global warming -- by giving an assist to blood-sucking bugs -- ultimately could deal a deathblow to the national park
   

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