The First Climate Change Conference to Be Held In Birmingham
The world’s first climate change festival will take place this summer, from 31 May to 8 June, in Birmingham.
Global Wind Power Capacity Reaches 100,000 Megawatts
Wind power is fast becoming an important part of the mix of power sources for the world, and total worldwide capacity has pushed beyond 100,000 megawatts this month.
Highly Endangered North Pacific Right Whale Receives New Legal Protection
In response to petitions and litigation from the Center for Biological Diversity, on March 6 the federal government declared the North Pacific right whale “endangered” under the federal Endangered Species Act.
Renewable Energy Accelerates Meteoric Rise
The use of renewable energy is rising faster than most people think according to a new report issued by the WorldWatch Foundation.
Corporate Globalization and the Poor
A critique of the IMF and World Bank by anti-globalization activists who argue that economic globalization has impoverished an increasing number of people in the developing world in the last 20 years.
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