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The Obama administration is setting aside more than 187,000 square miles (120 million acres) along the northern coast of Alaska designating it as a â€œcritical habitatâ€ for polar bears.
Delegates at a UN summit on Saturday reached an agreement to sign an historic global treaty to protect the worldâ€™s ecosystems within 10 years.
As the Rainbow Warrior's crew runs out of supplies, CAGP insists Indonesia's government stands its ground against 'green' imperialism WASHINGTON, Oct.
Officials said the US lifted a ban on Tuesday on deepwater drilling in the Gulf of Mexico imposed after the BP oil spill.
Wind power could provide more than one-fifth of the world's energy supply within the next two decades.
According to new analysis, oil from a ruptured BP well in the Gulf of Mexico has been found at a depth of 3,200 feet and up to 300 miles form the spill site.
The worldâ€™s largest chemical company, BASF, was criticized recently after it told Brussels investigators that a â€œhuman errorâ€ was made after seeds from a new strain of genetically modified potato were found in a Swedish field.
Greenpeace said Wednesday that half-a-million Facebook users have now joined their campaign calling for the online social network to cancel plans to buy electricity from a coal-based energy company for its new data center.
Independent analysis of House passed bill (H.R. 2868) concludes bill will create 8,000 jobs and leverage nearly $2 billion in economic stimulus Legislation to secure U.S.
WASHINGTON, July 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by Greenpeace: Today, Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) introduced chemical plant security legislation that would eliminate catastrophic risks to millions of Americans, create thousands of new jobs and provide economic stimulus to local governments.
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