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50 stories about Environmental Geography from 2014

January-February - March-April - May-June-July - August-Sept-Oct - November-December - Back to the Blog 

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January-February

Carbon footprint maps http://t.co/GEQUXEbn4o
Global Forest Canopy Heights http://t.co/g9uO87R90V
Top 5 environment issues to be discussed in the EU under the Greek Presidency http://tinyurl.com/pxaga54

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March-April

Beijing is so smoggy China now televises sunrises on giant TV screens http://t.co/GmTYDwdNUa
China faces $176bn bill to clean up air pollution http://t.co/8DR8Toor7n
Connect green revolution science to the UN http://t.co/q1hZX8YQcO
Germany plans to bulldoze towns for brown coal http://t.co/CbLBHyxuZS
India is building solar canals to produce energy while slowing water loss http://tinyurl.com/ojpsmhv
Poland hosts both the UN climate change conference AND an international coal summit http://t.co/SIYZZNVMFg
Scientist silencing in Canada continues for federally-funded research http://t.co/yCpcILp3kj
The future offshore is wind http://t.co/oi6EsJPYq0
Why This Year’s Gulf Dead Zone Is Twice As Big As Last Year’s http://t.co/OY42Vbcije


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May-June-July

Air pollution around the world mapped by city http://t.co/SvVk7xnZg3
Brazil has world’s weirdest carbon footprint http://t.co/RxZlEZs2oA
Can China’s Air Pollution Action Plan Slow Down New Coal Power Development? http://t.co/t3pIODmI3m
Seas and oceans can provide solutions to 'societal challenges' http://tinyurl.com/lr8rumr
What is environmental health science? http://t.co/isn2g0IKP4
Chinese environmental group develops app to shame air polluting factories http://t.co/hbs7ycS821
How our oceans are creeping back into geography classrooms http://t.co/xPt9eBTutg
How So Much Plastic Got Into the Frozen Arctic Sea http://t.co/vLj8Tu4QI4
Climate scientists must not advocate particular policies http://t.co/fG0jzEJkoR
Rivers help reduce the Urban Heat Island Effect http://tinyurl.com/nj5jeke
What are the sources and impacts of marine litter? http://t.co/GC6xPDuUOr


August-September-October

Black carbon is worse for global warming than previously thought http://t.co/7Jhg0pyE
Brazil uses satellite imagery to reduce illegal deforestation http://t.co/iSaTodEdAU
Map of Aquatic Dead Zones http://t.co/lJVQsSkmfo
Urbanization and catastrophic levels of pollution http://t.co/8suFwnYp
Choking the Oceans With Plastic http://t.co/RlMRLy8gda
UNEP database of research for areas of environmental policy http://www.unep.org/oare/
Destroyed coastal habitats produce significant greenhouse gas http://t.co/nt35fyxy
Finding a place for cities in the UN’s “Sustainable Development Goals” http://t.co/t5bv8qWCuQ
Help tackle European marine litter problem by collecting data with the EEA app http://t.co/DiD8veNsgW
Lifemapper shows where Earths organisms live today and might go tomorrow http://t.co/6aUQrposrn
Monitoring salt marshes using remote sensing: interactive map http://tinyurl.com/clcf47g
Ocean acidification puts Norway in a pickle http://t.co/7pjFSQQ12w
Six Priorities for Antarctic science http://t.co/227NKbz2Mh
World’s Largest Dam Removal Unleashes U.S. River After Century of Electric Production http://t.co/xp1iR3RB8h
Can oil save the Ecuador rainforest? http://t.co/TWtqGrjf


November-December

3 Ways to Achieve Zero Tropical Deforestation by 2020 http://t.co/5pfr4t1JPC
6 Lessons Brazilian Cities Learned from Greenhouse Gas Inventories http://t.co/kIrfF8i6a1
EU to cut carbon emissions by 40% by 2030 http://t.co/R9fhxzeIpW
Fast Cycling Pollutants affect Sea Level Rise http://t.co/uorIEHIh4R
Four energy policies that can keep the 2°C climate goal alive http://t.co/7HN7XX6zOg
Global leaders tackle growing strain on natural resources http://t.co/RPmzHWCfGE
Global approach to monitoring biodiversity loss? http://t.co/FodAaBk3
Green spaces have lasting positive effect on well-being http://t.co/BBTW6g7Ak9
How Much Is Clean Water Worth? http://t.co/HsnfK1tssT
Sahel region learning to reap benefits of shade http://t.co/nuPXFNyW
Scientists and aid experts plan for a warmer future http://t.co/QJgOuPt3yt
Tackling Energy Poverty with Renewables http://t.co/6joBJsYThF 


   
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