Glyphosate is unlikely to cause cancer in humans, according to the European Food Safety Authority, which proposed higher limits on Thursday on the amount of residue of the weedkiller deemed safe for humans to consume.
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Illegal fishing remains a major global problem today, especially among small-scale fisheries that provide food and livelihoods for millions of families. Ocean experts weigh in on how to end the problem.
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Shell has abandoned oil exploration offshore Alaska for now but a variety of trends are driving the energy industry to take a fresh look at Arctic drilling, says Pennsylvania State University professor Brian Black.
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For the Republic to get there, we will need to find a way to dilute that link between cars and status, and move people's car-owning aspirations towards a larger one that views the bicycle, not as an inferior form of transport but, as the ultimate vehicle of freedom.
When it comes to air pollution, Europe’s policymakers should stop preaching to others and focus on fixing their own problems, say Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy professor Asit Biswas and Oxford University doctoral researcher Julian Kirchherr.
For the first time, a court has ordered a government to strengthen its climate targets. It's a watershed, not just for the Netherlands but potentially for countries such as Australia whose targets have been criticised, says Melbourne University professor Katherine Lake.
When the European Union's top foreign policy officials sit down with their Chinese counterparts in Brussels at the end of the month, investors managing trillions of dollars of assets will be watching closely. At what specifically? Evidence of progress toward an international climate-change agreement.
Renewable Energy is central to sustainable economic development; it moderates growth of energy demand contributes towards the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and significantly lowers dependency on oil. Renewable Energy ...