Covid-related Emissions Drop “Just a Tiny Blip” in Long-term Climate Trends

As nations went into lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19, factories halted and cars sat idle, clearing the skies above polluted cities and sending climate-changing emissions to historic lows. But the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere ― the accumulation of past and current emissions ― remained virtually unchanged, according to the World Meteorological Organization’s annual estimate.

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Digital tools can make Mexican fisheries more sustainable — and profitable

By Berenice García and Rafael Ortiz Digital technology can be a powerful ally to sustainable fishing. Diverse experiences around the world have shown it can improve fisheries management — sustainably and cost-effectively. In the Mexican fishing sector, these technologies are still in a developmental and exploratory stage, yet the experience for Mexican hake producers in […]

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