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Global Warming

Global Warming is the increase of Earth's average surface temperature due to effect of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels or from deforestation, which trap heat that would otherwise escape from Earth. Th...
by thoughts on Feb 4, 2016

Australia’s motto: “Screw the environment!”

An article originally posted on ALERT by April Reside (with permission to reproduce). — The Conservative Tony Abbott government in Australia is proposing alarming changes to Australia’s Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conserv...
by Conservation Bytes on Sep 2, 2015

10 simple ways to reduce emission of greenhouse gases

10 simple ways to reduce our greenhouse gas emission 1. Instead of using motorcycles or cars use a bycycle or walk for short distances. This will also keep you healthy. 2. Switch off appliances when not used. 3. Do not burn plastic, polythene or rubb...
by Science at home on May 24, 2015

Australians: out-of-touch, urban squanderers

There’s a romantic myth surrounding Australia that is pervasive both overseas and within the national psyche: this sun-scorched continent home to the stoic bushmen1 that eek out a frugal, yet satisfying existence in this harsh rural land. Unf...
by Conservation Bytes on Mar 22, 2015

Climate Change Denier Wei-Hock Soon Took Over $1 Million from the Oil Industry

There is an ongoing debate about how humans are affecting the global climate and subsequently, what governments and policy makers should do to stem the effects of climate change. According to Wikipedia, no scientific body disagrees with the view that...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Feb 22, 2015

NASA Confirms 2014 Officially the Hottest Year Ever for Earth on Record

In 1898, Svante Arrhenius became the first scientist to connect global warming and fossil fuel combustion when he proposed a relationship between atmospheric carbon dioxide and temperate. According to the technology website Lenntech, Arrhenius calcul...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 17, 2015

Timberland Earthkeepers Oxfords – new eco kicks

full disclosure: Timberland provided us with a free pair of sneaks for the purposes of this Tried and True Green Product Review … Growing up, whenever I needed a new pair of hiking boots, I grabbed a pair of Timberland’s. They were always...
by The Alternative Consumer on Sep 2, 2014

Climate Change Causes Serious Threat to World Health

Many of us know the damage that the human desire for fossil fuels and transport is having on the world. But not so many have thought beyond that to the realities of living in a world desiccated by our continued poor treatment of the planet. This week...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 27, 2014

Study shows : Australia drying caused by greenhouse gases

Australia drying caused by greenhouse gases, study shows Date: July 13, 2014 Source: NOAA Headquarters Summary: A new high-resolution climate model has been developed that shows southwestern Australia's long-term decline in...
by Global Rush on Jul 16, 2014

United Nations Environmental Assembly Meets in Kenya

Areas such as climate change, pollution, land degradation and access to water effect people all over the world, regardless of their country. The first United Nations Environmental Assembly opened in... Read More The post United Nations Envi...
by Zintro Blog on Jun 24, 2014

Should You Ditch Your Car Loan? 10 Questions To Ask Yourself

Find a car, take out a loan, hand me the keys In the summer of 2011, I bought a used Honda Civic. It was my first car buying experience. I had emailed a private owner through Craigslist, and found a time to meet and test drive the vehicle. After insp...
by Frugaling on May 21, 2014

Eco-News Roundup

A beefy issue To start off this week’s eco-news roundup, is an important article that discusses the impact of meat and dairy consumption on emmissions. The article focuses on the emissions reductions that would be associated with halving the consum...
by The Alternative Consumer on Apr 27, 2014

How to be an environmentalist

Being an environmentalist can be tricky business. Whether you want to protect and nurture your relationship with nature, show your support for protecting our planet and way of life, or simply want to impress the people around you—or some combinatio...
by Marie Away on Apr 10, 2014

Eye on the taiga

Dun! Dun, dun, dun! Dun, dun dun! Dun, dun, daaaaah! I’ve waited nearly two years to do that, with possibly our best title yet for a peer-reviewed paper: Eye on the taiga: removing global policy impediments to safeguard the boreal forest (rece...
by Conservation Bytes on Mar 23, 2014

Carbon Credits: Understanding the Use and Importance

Information on Carbon Credit One challenge facing the human race is that of GLOBAL WARMING. Global warming is the rise in the average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans. Carbon... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit www.indian...
by Indian Tax Updates on Jun 6, 2013

Internet Dating Uganda

Archaeology April 2005 ArchiveSeveral excellent bibliographies are available on the Internet, some of which were created especially The Soninké were (and are) traders of west Africa with an oral history tradition dating back called Bachwezi or K...
by On Line Dating on Feb 11, 2013

METHANE MADNESS: More cows, more farts, more GHG emissions

Cows are controversial. You can get jail time if you kill one in India or you can get a full belly (and perhaps some indigestion)[...] READ MORE>> The post METHANE MADNESS: More cows, more farts, more GHG emissions appeared first on The Mindful Word...
by The Mindful Word on Feb 9, 2013

Energy policy – substance wins over style

There’s a gradual, but rising tide of rational, enviro-progressive scientists out there who are committed to solving some of the world’s biggest problems. Many of these problems involve touchy subjects, including ways to reduce poverty while impr...
by Conservation Bytes on Feb 4, 2013

The Truth Behind Electric Vehicle Emissions

Electric vehicles [EV] have a great selling point, that they have no tailpipe emissions, but... more »...

Report Shows U.S. Firms Closing Gap In Carbon Reporting And Performance

There has been an upward trend in U.S. companies integrating sustainability agenda in larger business strategy according to the latest report from the Carbon Disclosure Project.The post Report Shows U.S. Firms Closing Gap In Carbon Reporting And Perf...
by FacilityBlog on Oct 2, 2012


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