China at Crossroads: Balancing The Economy and Environment

Amanda LewanEconomy

Originally Published by Yale Environment – After three decades of unbridled economic growth and mounting ecological problems, China and its new leadership face a key challenge: cleaning up the dirty air, polluted water, and tainted food supplies that are fueling widespread discontent among the country’s burgeoning middle class.

World is on brink of 'carbon bubble'


Originally Published by The Guardian – Gore and partner David Blood call on companies to ‘do their fiduciary duty’ and identify carbon risks in their portfolios.

One-Third of World’s Food Goes to Waste


Originally Published by Environment News Science — One-third of all the world’s food is wasted every year at enormous economic and environmental cost, finds a United Nations report released Wednesday.