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Ecoflation, the rising cost of doing business in a world with climate change, could hit consumers hard in the next 5 to 10 years says a report by World Resources Institute and AT Kearney, a global consulting firm.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is collaborating with the National Geographic Society and the World Resources Institute to develop tools that will help to fully account for the value of ecosystem services.
Alcoa reaffirmed its commitment to the pursuit of a sustainable future today, drawing a clear connection between environmental sustainability, through efficiency and conservation, and economic sustainability in the current climate.
More than 300 global leaders will convene for The World Critical Resources Summit September 5, 2008 at The Times Center in New York City. Expert insights from the United Nations to the U.S.
By Charles Kochakian NEARING 40 years of age, the environmental movement is spinning its wheels, awash in good proposals it can't get passed.
Human-fueled global warming has reached a "tipping point," according to a new survey of scientific research that found warming would continue even if greenhouse gas emissions halted immediately.
General Electric Co. announced plans to double its investment in "cleaner technologies" for energy, transportation and other areas in a major new environmental initiative.