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Desert aquifers could be the "missing sink"

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 30, 2015

Researchers think they may have found the "missing sink," accounting for about a billion tons of annual carbon absorption that had been previously missing from global climate models. The answer, scientists say, lies deep beneath the world's deserts, where huge aquifers are believed to be sucking up 14 times more carbon than had previously been thought. CBS News (07/29) New Scientist (07/29)


Is humanity ready, willing and able to prevent climate change?

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 29, 2015

Big-game hunting opponents applaud airlines' trophy ban

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 28, 2015

Researchers develop smarter energy-saving glass

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 27, 2015

Companies promise $140B to curb carbon emissions

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 27, 2015

Turbineless wind-energy technology aims to help keep the lights on

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 30, 2015

How to sharpen your communication skills

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 30, 2015

Customers say they care about companies' social responsibility

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 27, 2015

About 15.2% of turbines in China sat idle in the first half

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 28, 2015

Mars aims to make pet food more sustainable

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Jul 30, 2015


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