Posts Tagged ‘united nations’

Jun
2016
27

Canada May Join UN Nations Who Enshrine the Right to Collectively Bargain; U.S. Still Does Not

Canada May Join UN Nations Who Enshrine the Right to Collectively Bargain; U.S. Still Does Not
  When viewed through a global lens, both Canada and the United States appear somewhat strong on labor issues. We have our trove of workers’ rights weaknesses, but North America is by no means synonymous with the world’s worst working conditions. Is it surprising, then, that both countries are United Nations outliers when it comes...
Apr
2014
17

UN Scientists Recommend Tripling of Nuclear Power, Renewable Energy to Fight Global Warming

UN Scientists Recommend Tripling of Nuclear Power, Renewable Energy to Fight Global Warming
  A group of 235 United Nations scientists are arguing that the world needs to triple its renewable and nuclear energy to avoid dangerous levels of global warming. ¬†Their study, the most comprehensive from the UN to date, recommends increased nuclear reactors, renewable energy sources, and retrofitting of current power plants to include...
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