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Adapting to the climate crisis (restored saltmarshes along the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia).

Adapting to the Climate Crisis

A recent report by the Global Commission on Adaptation calls for revolutions in understanding, planning and finance to accelerate adaptation for crucial systems within our world to help combat the climate crisis.

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Scientists have discovered up to 30 species of Coral that have adapted to live in climates harsher than 2100 ocean predictions.
Super Coral discovered in mangrove swamps

Scientists have discovered up to 30 species of Coral that have adapted to live in climates harsher than 2100 ocean predictions.

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A submerged car and windswept trees in the wake of Hurricane Dorian with “Give2Bahamas” superimposed.
Give2Bahamas

CCell is setting up a page to help fund relief work for those affected by Hurricane Dorian.

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Keeping it green at CCell. Our CCell-Wave catures 100% renewable energy
Keeping it green at CCell

What we do, as a company, to curb our carbon footprint.

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Gardening Damselfish aid in reef destruction: Scientist have found and confirmed a link between “gardening” Damselfish and coral reef health.
Gardening Damselfish aid in reef destruction.

Scientist have found and confirmed a link between “gardening” Damselfish and coral reef health.

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Waitrose Unpacked is gaining momentum. Pasta, pulses and beans are now sold packaging free asp part of a zero waste trial.
Waitrose Unpacked is gaining momentum.

Due to a positive response from shoppers, Waitrose is extending their “bring your own box” trial and rolling it out in three more stores.

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Baby fish modelling for better reef management
Baby fish modelling for better reef management

Using advanced modelling techniques to predict the lives of baby coral trout, Australian scientists have been able to show the importance of marine reserves in managing coral reefs.

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Beginning the ban on mini toiletry bottles: InterContenetal Hotels group had begun to ban single use mini bottles.
Beginning the ban on mini toiletry bottles.

Following in the footsteps of Marriott Hotels, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) have opted to ban the use of miniature plastic bottles.

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CCell is making waves!

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