Despite the uphill struggles faced by Kenya’s environmentalists, the tourism industry is definitely doing its part to save the country’s fragile wilderness.
Author: Meg Hamill
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A television ad released yesterday by the McCain Campaign features Barack Obama stating that McCain’s Global Warming Proposal is “good for the environment.”
While campaigning in Iowa this week, John McCain offered a glimmer of new support for the ethanol industry that he has long been opposed to.
A recent study finds that one chemical’s emissions are four times more common in the atmosphere than previously thought, and thousands of times more effective at trapping heat than Carbon Dioxide.
The Illinois voter registration materials sent to “Princess Nudelman,” a deceased pet goldfish, have stirred up some controversy in the hometown of Barack Obama.
Barack Obama spoke in Toledo, Ohio on Monday about his economic plan, promising five million new, high wage jobs in renewable energy.
A UK commissioned report stated Tuesday that wealthy countries should pay tropical nations billions of dollars annually to save their forests.
Mayor Bill White’s target emission plan would reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 11 percent below 2005 levels by 2010.
Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus claims that the global financial chaos has not hit the microfinance system.
In an ongoing effort to reduce their dependency on oil exports to the United States, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has signed a deal with China that could easily triple the amount of oil exported to that country by 2012.
This is a guest post by Meg Hamill who works at the environmental non-profit LandPaths, in partnership with the Open Space District of Sonoma County, California. As you read this, there is progress being made on a report entitled “Global Trends 2025.” Prominent analysts in the US intelligence community are currently compiling the report, which […]
This is a guest post by Meg Hamill who works at an environmental non-profit called LandPaths in partnership with the Open Space District of Sonoma County California. Australia, the world’s 16th biggest polluter when it comes to carbon emissions, with five times more carbon pollution per capita than China, has come under criticism for setting […]
The UN’s top Climate Scientist, Rajendra Pachuari, will speak in London at a meeting organized by Compassion in World Farming (CIWF), urging people to fight global warming by taking meat off their menu.
A new report, to be published by the Journal of Environment Economics and Management next month, claims that China has already overtaken the United States as the world’s “biggest polluter.”
Last Monday, the California State Assembly passed a bill, that if approved by the Senate, will become the nation’s most far-reaching attempt to curb urban and suburban sprawl.