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01 May 2017, Naturefund

Norway sets on electric cars

2025 already, new cars only with an electric engine are to going to be approved in Norway. This is the goal the Scandinavian country has set for the future. Electric car drivers are already now enjoying many … more

03 March 2017, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Harvests in the US to suffer from climate change

An international team of scientists now ran an unprecedentedly comprehensive set of computer simulations of US crop yields. … more

09 February 2017, Naturefund

Climate change advances construction of solar parks

In Morocco the biggest solar complex worldwide is being built. This brings advantages for the country as well as the nature conservation, as the sun is used as a natural and environmentally friendly energy … more

09 January 2017, Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S)

Record breaking 2016 was close to 1.5°C warming

The first global analysis of the whole of 2016 has confirmed last year as the warmest on record and saw the planet near a 1.5°C warming, according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) … more

09 September 2016, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Amazon forests: Biodiversity can help mitigate climate risks

A forest with greater diversity of plants can better adjust to climatic stress.  … more

31 August 2016, Naturefund

Report: Reforestation of pastures using bat seeds

Nearly one year into our project in Costa Rica, Gloriana Chaverri reports about planting success and failure.  … more

30 August 2016, Naturefund

6. Blog: The last highland rainforest

At the end of her journey Katja is visiting the highland of Ankafobe. It really looks horrible. Just a very small piece of the beautiful highland rainforest has survived and it is still in constant danger.  … more

30 August 2016, Naturefund

5. Blog: Green Paradise

During the last few days Katja was traveling a lot. She was visiting the different pilot parcels, spread all over Madagascar.  … more

25 August 2016, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Climate change: Trade liberalization could buffer economic losses in agriculture

Global warming could create substantial economic damage in agriculture.  … more

25 August 2016, Naturefund

4. Blog: Barefoot in the jungle

On her 4th and 5th day of her journey, Katja Wiese is going into the rain forest. During a meeting with Tsiry and their members she presents the method of dynamic agroforestry.  … more

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