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Adaptations in Agriculture for Climate Risk Management

The worldwide human population is expected to increase from 7.2 to 9.6 billion by 2050 (UN, 2013). This represents a population increase of 33%. As the global standard of living increases, demand for agricultural products will increase by about 70% in the same period. Agriculture

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Clean Energy & The Blurring of Lines

Blurring lines is a good moniker for clean energy today. You’ll see that word referred to when it comes to the changing dynamics of new technology and business models. One way to consider this in regards to clean energy is to examine the players, how

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Conservation Manifested in Recreation

By Quincy Milton III, Environmental Consultant, CvCC Imagine the feeling of being alone or with friends on a freestone river, casting a light line with small flies attached to the end placing you in touch with the trout that lay below. Noise is minimal and

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With so many ESG Ratings – How can businesses make it pay?

By James Byrne, ESG Consultant In the recent paper ‘Aggregate Confusion: The Divergence of ESG Ratings’ the writers discussed the relative strengths and weaknesses of the sheer volume of ESG ratings and the diversity of approaches, stating “the level of disagreement [between ratings] is so

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How Climate Change is Shaping California Wildfires

By Avril Saunders Environmental Consultant, CvCC If it seems like California is in a continual blaze – that’s because it is. In 2020 alone, the state has endured almost 8,000 wildfires that have burned over 3 million acres of land, destroyed thousands of homes, and

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