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SAN FRANCISCO and RUKINGA, Kenya, Dec.
Research for Lincoln Institute of Land Policy-Sonoran Institute reveals how local planners work to reduce vehicle miles traveled, energy and water consumption, encourage density PHOENIX, Dec.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Dec.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new poll of 15 nations, most of them in the developing world, finds that majorities of the people canvassed want their governments to take steps to fight climate change, even if that entails costs.
Proven innovator Ben Vitale to lead growth at national climate solution pioneer PORTLAND, Ore., Dec.
Effective Legislation Within Global Framework Can Help Realize Emissions Savings Enabled By Chemistry BRUSSELS, Belgium and TOKYO and WASHINGTON, Dec.
New survey suggests current Senate climate bill is at odds with voters' views WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the U.S.
CEOs from Nation's Leading Electric Utilities, Consumer Giants, Manufacturers and Clean Energy Companies Applaud Administration's Announcement and Commitment to Lay the Foundation for a New, Clean Energy Future WASHINGTON, Nov.
HONG KONG, November 18 /PRNewswire/ -- - Outlines how the Mobile Industry can Lower Emissions in Other Sectors by Over 4.5 Times Mobile's own Footprint Today at the Mobile Asia Congress, the GSMA unveiled Mobile's Green Manifesto, developed in collaboration with The Climate Group.
Georgia Tech City and Regional Planning Professor Brian Stone publishes a paper in the December edition of Environmental Science and Technology that suggests policymakers need to address the influence of global deforestation and urbanization on climate change, in addition to greenhouse gas emissions.
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