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Edited by Jonathan Crush, Bruce Frayne and Gareth Haysom
Reducing greenhouse gases emissions is vital, reducing the stocks already in the atmosphere is a promising complement.
From low-key producer and trader of fossil fuels to world leader in offshore wind Farms, a march to sustainable energy.
Water apt at meeting human needs is getting scarce, and irrigation is by far the main consumer; hence the vital role of an approach allowing for spectacular water economies.
With sea levels rising, coastal protection is more necessary than ever; properly articulating natural and artificial components is an efficient approach.
How to rein in meat consumption? Providing attractive vegetal substitutes is a key element of the answer.
The urgent need to drastically reduce traffic congestion and related pollution in the large cities of South East Asia is being met by multiple efforts for the diffusion of a variey of electric vehicles and new ways of organizing services.
Taming a major source of greenhouse gases by pumping dormant heat.
A town was dying along with the activity that was its raison d’être; its economic, social and political reinvention makes it a showcase of sustainability in France.
In the hart of the Amazon forest the Surui community blend traditional knowledge and modern science in sustainable forestry; but once again a deadly threat is coming from the white Brazil.