Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Living Planet Report 2016

World Wildlife Fund
Global wildlife populations face a plunge of more than two-thirds during the 50-year period ending in 2020 as a result of human activities, according to WWF’s Living Planet Report 2016. Story here.
Cape May warbler. PinP photo.

World Medical Association: We Know the Health Risks of Fossil Fuels. Divest.

CommonDreams
'The health consequences...are considerable. The world now needs to transfer to electricity suppliers who are renewable' Story here.



In a loss for ExxonMobil, NY Supreme Court orders oil giant to produce climate documents

The Washington Post
In a loss for ExxonMobil, the New York State Supreme Court has ordered the oil giant and its accounting firm to produce documents subpoenaed in a highly charged investigation of whether the company concealed from investors and the public what it knew about climate change as long as four decades ago. Story here.