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14/10/2011
Canada is home to the world's third largest oil reserves. But extracting the black gold is difficult, and threatens to destroy both the surrounding environment and the homeland of native tribes. With protests growing against a planned US ...   
29/6/2011
"Reversing entropy." That was the admirably concise description of life on Earth used by Sir David King to open the Smith School World forum on Enterprise and the Environment at Oxford University last night. It refers to how life harnesses energy ...   
4/8/2010
Polish environmentalists on Wednesday warned deforestation was threatening flora and fauna in Europe's last first-growth woodland and said they had complained to the EU over logging practices. "The current way of harvesting wood from the ...   
19/4/2010
The Goldman Environmental Foundation has announced the six recipients of the 2010 Goldman Environmental Prize, grassroots leaders who are taking on some of the most challenging environmental problems affecting local communities and the ...   
1/8/2009
A contest between competing needs of conservation and economic growth is threatening the future of large parts of Europe's last ancient forest. The 380,000-acre Bialowieza Primeval Forest, which straddles the border between Poland and Belarus, is ...   
6/2/2009
The mood among the planners, architects, and theorists gathered at the International Conference on Climate Change and Urban Design in Oslo last September was, despite the heavy gray autumn skies, quite buoyant, inspired by a feeling that their ...   
10/7/2008
First came two great bales of flattened cardboard then a tower of 1,500 catalogues, magazines, reports and printouts, topped off with a tumble of 120 toilet rolls, two bin bags full of junk mail and a thick layer of brown paper bags. ...   
11/11/2007
A U.S. scientist studying the "dramatic change" in ice conditions in B.C.'s Coast Mountains has discovered freshly exposed and perfectly preserved tree stumps some 7,000 years old - an "astonishing" sign of how fast ...   
9/7/2007
German researchers have constructed a massive tower deep in the Siberian wilderness where, under the watchful eyes of the Russian intelligence service, the scientists are measuring levels of environmental toxins and greenhouse gases. ...   
14/11/2002
WASHINGTON - Recent images from space satellites reveal hundreds of little-known primeval forests and stands of ancient trees scattered all across the United States. Scientists say these trees -- some dating before the rise of the Roman ...   
9/11/2000
Climate News - 9 November 2000, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
1) US EMISSIONS DEAL TROUBLES EU (Financial Times) 2) EU AGREES ON TOUGH STANCE BEFORE CLIMATE CHANGE TALKS (CNN) 3) JAPAN-BILL PLANNED TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE GASES (Yomiuri Shimbun) 4) AUSTRALIA-CABINET PUTS OFF ...   

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