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By EHUD ZION WALDOKS What do environmentalists talk about on the bus during a mission to Israel? Shades of gray - whether lobbyists for companies are really the devil's spawn, or just people doing their job.
A key commitment in a drafted climate change plan states the Brazilian government has pledged to end net deforestation by 2015
Fishermen and environmental leaders in Scotland called for the European Union to change a policy that has $74 million in cod discarded every year.
Text of report in English by Bulgarian national news agency BTA website, Sofia, September 9 (BTA) - Bulgarian and international nongovernmental organizations have sent a letter to the European Commissioner for Competition Neelie Kroes demanding investigation of the bidding procedures for the construction of Belene N-Plant, Jan Haverkamp, Greenpeace EU Unit expert on nuclear energy told journalists Tuesday [ 9 September].
Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the Broadband industry is available in its catalogue.
By Michael McCarthy Environment Editor THE Nasa scientist who first drew attention to global warming 20 years ago appeared in a British court yesterday as a key witness in support of climate change activists charged with damaging a power station.
Renewables can provide over half Philippines energy needs: report MANILA, Aug. 8 (Xinhua) -- Renewable energy can provide as much as 57 percent of the Philippines' energy needs by 2030, according to a report launched Friday by a global environmental group.
By KEVIN MILLER; OF THE NEWS STAFF Several health and environmental groups are urging U.S. Sen. Susan Collins of Maine to support federal legislation that the organizations claim will help close a dangerous hole in U.S. anti- terrorism policies.
Western electronic waste dumped in Ghana: Greenpeace BRUSSELS, Aug. 5 (Xinhua) -- Much of the Netherlands' spent electronic equipment ends up in Africa, despite a European ban on exporting these items, environmental group Greenpeace has concluded after investigating a large scrap yard in Ghana.
By FIONA PARKER HOW do you know when you're too fat? When you are lying on the beach and a group of Greenpeace activists throw water over you while trying to push you back into the ocean. (c) 2008 Daily Mirror. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All rights Reserved.
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