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Cities Worldwide Seek to Produce Recycled Energy
In the last two years, a new technology that produces energy from waste has become popular in European and Asian countries, such as Korea and Japan. Korea’s Incheon city is currently running a facility...
Cyclists Raise Half A Million for Tree Research
Portland, U.S.A. -- More than 100 cyclists trekked 585 miles during the seven-day journey of the 2012 STIHL Tour des Trees,...
Renewable Energy Plant to Turn Waste into Power
Danville, Ind., U.S.A. -- Waste Management of Indiana, Wabash Valley Power Association and Hendricks Power Cooperative Wednesday...
Climate Changes Are Real, According to Canadians
Regina, U.S.A. -- Only two per cent of Canadians believe climate change is not occurring, a new important survey released...
Regulations on Vapor Recovery Fails Implementation
Harrisburg, U.S.A. -- The Department of Environmental Protection have announced it will not enforce a requirement for new gas stations...
Pennsylvania Hunters Beware of Spreading Disease
Harrisburg, U.S.A. -- With thousands of Pennsylvania hunters heading off to hunt big game in other states and Canadian provinces,...
Mosques Go Green to Conserve Resources
The Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation (AMAF) in Dubai has announced a plan to convert a mosque to the first eco-friendly...
Ukraine Interested in Chinese Substitutes for Gas
Kyiv, Ukraine -- Ukraine sees substitution of imported gas with coal as a strategic issue, noted the Prime Minister of Ukraine...
Study on Horse Viruses Show Age as a Factor
St. Joseph, Mo., U.S.A. -- Age appears to be a significant factor in the prevalence of Equine Rhinitis Virus (ERAV and ERBV)...
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint, Find Alternative Ways to Travel
London, England -- Jetting off on holiday and being green is not a combination we would usually see as a match made in heaven....
Barcelo Maya Beach Resort Promotes Eco-Friendly Initiatives
Fairfax, U.S.A. -- From vegetable gardens and green houses to a water purification plant, the Barcelo Maya Beach Resort in Riviera...
Grants Awarded to 41 Innovative Environmental Projects
New York, U.S.A. -- Toyota and the National Audubon Society awarded over $1 million in TogetherGreen Innovation Grants funding...
World’s Most Efficient Solar Lamp Now Available for Public
Discovery Bay, U.S.A. – Starting August, 1 the world's most efficient solar lamp becomes available to the American public...
Ecuadorian Farmer Communities Seek Chevron’s Accountability
New York, U.S.A. -- Karen Hinton, the spokesperson for the Ecuadorian indigenous and farmer communities who won a historic...
Fishing Federation Calls for Suspension of Walleye Fishing
Peterborough, Canada -- The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is calling on the provincial government to immediately...
Investing in Renewable Energy: Look to Solar Panels
Huddersfield, England -- Over the last few years many different companies have sprung up around the UK, all offering the same...
New, More Efficient Wind Turbine Patent Released
Annapolis, U.S.A. -- Clean Wind Energy Tower, Inc. announced on July 23 the publishing of its patent titled Efficient Energy...
Eco-Building Receives Boost from Canada
Vista, U.S.A. -- Eco Building Products announced on July 23 that the Company has been awarded additional production releases,...
‘No Excuse’ for Not Using Recycled Paper in Magazines
Denver, U.S.A. -- The Green America Better Paper Project released its latest "green paper," 'Green in All Grades,' which...
100,000 Tons of Toxic Chemicals Pollute Texas
Washington, U.S.A. -- "Accidents" and other non-routine events at Texas oil and gas facilities, refineries and petrochemical...
New Energy Initiative Focuses on Benefits of Shale
Colombus, U.S.A. -- The U.S. Chamber's Institute for 21st Century Energy on July 17 launched a major new campaign focused...
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Scientist's Job Threatened As a Result Of Troubling...
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Cities Worldwide Seek to Produce Recycled Energy
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Sunlight-Generated Lamp Lights up Small City in Indonesia
February 25 Children in Kedungnoyo, Indonesia witnessed electronic light for the first...
Cleantech and New Energy Awards 2012 Announced
London, U.K. -- As The New Economy announces the winners of the Cleantech and New Energy...
Luxury Hotels Go Green
Ecotourism, or environmentally responsible travel, is no longer just a trip with...
MaRS Cleantech Invests in Woodland Biofuels
Toronto, Canada -- The MaRS Cleantech Fund is pleased to announce the completion...
$30,000 in Grants for Teens with Great Green Ideas
San Francisco, U.S.A. -- Guerrilla Green is a growing movement of frustrated young...
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The Men Who Gave Up the Papacy
Pope Benedict XVI is not the only pope to hand over the Keys of St. Peter to someone...
Pope Benedict XVI To Resign
Pope Benedict XVI has shocked the world by announcing that he will relinquish the papacy...
Britain: Horsemeat Horror
The scandal that has shaken the food industry in Britain has come to a new low. It has recently...
Boston Marathon Bombing: Importance of Twitter in a Crisis
Through the smoke billowing out from the two explosions and amidst the screams of those...
Outrage at CNN Reporter Sympathising with Steubenville...
All over social media sites like Twitter and Facebook there has been a growing outcry...
TSA to Permit Small Knives and Baseball Bats Onboard...
A proposal by the Transport Security Administration (TSA) to condone “small knives”...
2012: A Busy Year for American Red Cross with 113 Disasters
Washington, U.S.A. -- In a busy year filled with hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires,...
U.S. Medical Care Resembles "Vampire Economy," Surgeon...
Tucson, U.S.A. -- The United States is forfeiting a half century of leadership in medical...
Give Miracles: Campaign to Raise $7.5 Million for Autism...
Philadelphia, U.S.A. -- The Center for Autism Research at The Children's Hospital...
Kelvin Doe: "They call me DJ Focus"
Meet Kelvin Doe. He’s the 16 year old inventor that has recently been a hit among...
Tragedy Strikes Foremost South African Orchestra
The economic crisis is ongoing. South Africans, however, seem to be facing an economic...
Zambians on Second Term for Barack Obama
Zambia, together with many African countries, has welcomed the second term for the US president...
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