In the final issue of In A Nutshell this semester, we’ll leave you pondering with more twists and turns on the climate front, while artists explore the value of continual survival of the species through films, literature and ever advancing genetic technology. Sweet.
Alternatively, click on the links below to access the news articles:
US backtracks on multiple climate change initiatives, including curb on coal, Clean Power Plan
Frictions as cities edge out countries in environmental protection
Unclear LULUCF rules gives countries room to manoeuvre Carbon limits
Scientists considering implications of efforts to bring back the woolly mammoth from extinction
Drawing wrong conclusions from conservation research coupled with media sensationalism could jeopardise conservation effort
U.N. officially recognising the inter-dependency of human well-being and biodiversity
Wastewater recycling becomes a crucial solution as water crisis claims the top position of global crisis list
Perception of water technology successes may have obscured essential water conservation messages
Borehole soil analyses for Cross-Island Line to begin amidst continued conversations on route choices
Wildlife making themselves at home in Australia’s urban cities as greening effort heightens. But can all city dwellers embrace wildlife like Australians do?
Know your green buildings! Check out what constitutes a green building and how they can improve our environment
Singapore’s native smooth-coated otters spotted climbing ladders – a sign of urban adaptation?
To survive, or not to survive. That is the question asked (and somehow answered) by these past literature and films as space exploration continues to progress
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