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Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan discusses the necessity of boosting Africa’s food supply in the coming decades.

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Judging by the province’s record on EV innovation and manufacturing, the future of its auto sector looks bleak.

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Beginning in 2016, corporations in the United Kingdom will have to disclose the identity of their beneficial owners.
A new mobile app called Carrot Rewards uses the lure of points to encourage Canadians to participate in healthier lifestyles.
The green bonds market is growing, but it's still got a long way to go to generate the levels of investment required to tackle climate change.
Investors – what’s in it for them?
Cutting-edge digital technology is sowing the seeds of more efficient, sustainable agriculture.
Skeptics say the Clean Power Plan will make no difference. That’s nonsense.

CK Weekly Roundup

Canadian Medical Association votes to divest its reserves from fossil fuel companies.

Book Review

They're not against eating meat, but the authors of the new book Cowed argue there are sound reasons for eating less beef.
Judging by the province’s record on EV innovation and manufacturing, the future of its auto sector looks bleak.
GiveDirectly: Where cash is king
Part 3: Approval of the continent’s most controversial pipeline project means little for the climate if nothing else changes.
Part 2: How an otherwise ho-hum pipeline project drew the wrath of environmentalists.
Part 1: Why Keystone sits at the heart of this decade’s most significant battle between eco groups & fossil-fuel interests.
Norway aims to store surplus clean energy from the rest of Europe through its vast hydropower network.