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New York bans fracking

New York bans fracking

Date: 17-Dec-14
Country: USA
New York announced Wednesday it will ban hydraulic fracturing in the state after a long-awaited report concluded that the oil and gas production process poses health risks

Greenland ice may be melting faster than predicted

Greenland ice may be melting faster than predicted

Date: 16-Dec-14
Country: GREENLAND
Author: Ben Gruber
Scientists say sea levels may rise faster than previously thought as they gain new insights about the rate at which the Greenland Ice Sheet melts into the sea. In two new studies, researchers found that the mechanics involved in ice loss are more complex than what current models account for. Ben Gruber reports.

Old ship records to shed light on Arctic ice loss

Old ship records to shed light on Arctic ice loss

Date: 15-Dec-14
Author: Ben Gruber
Researchers are looking to the past to gain a clearer picture of what the future holds for ice in the Arctic. A project to analyse and digitize ship logs dating back to the 1850's aims to lengthen the timeline of recorded ice data. Ben Gruber reports.

Smart transport solutions to reduce Helsinki traffic

Smart transport solutions to reduce Helsinki traffic

Date: 14-Dec-14
Country: Finland
Author: Elly Park
Amid fast population growth and rising environmental concerns, Helsinki is looking at ways to integrate future transport services to reduce traffic, pollution, and public expenditure. Elly Park reports.