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Title: State of the Planet

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Description:Tapping experts in climate, geology, oceanography, ecology, sustainable development, global health, energy, food and water, State of the Planet captures stories of how the Earth works and how we can sustainably make our lives better.
... Svalbard 400 miles north of Norway are now higher than at any other period in the last 1 800 years according to a new study in the journal Geology Continue Reading Category Ecosystems General Earth Institute Tags Arctic climate change eco matters Environmental Science Global Warming greenhouse gases ice polar bears The Story at Ronne by Kirsty Tinto 11 8 2012 at 3 53pm Named after Edith Ronne the first American woman to set foot on this southern continent the Ronne Ice Shelf is tucked just to the East of the Antarctic Peninsula on the backside of the Transantarctic Mountains With an area measured at 422 000 square kms this is the second largest ice shelf in Antarctica This vast Continue Reading Category Earth Sciences Tags Antarctica Climate climate change Ice Bridge Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict by Guest Blogger 11 8 2012 at 2 30pm In recognition of the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict Security General Ban Ki Moon issued a statement that should be required reading for everyone thinking about the next generation of international development goals Continue Reading Category General Earth Institute Tags Natural Resources and Peacebuilding United Nations The Missing Piece in Sustainable Peace by Peter Coleman 11 6 2012 at 4 28pm We know very little about what peace is and what it isn t the conditions that promote it the motives that drive people to work for it how to measure it and how to build a climate and infrastructure that sustains it Why Because we don t study peace We study war violence aggression and conflict and peace in the context of those states and processes but few study peace directly...

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