Month: April 2009

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Major Economies Meet on Global Warming – What should they

Major economies are meeting to discuss climate change in the months before negotiations in Copenhagen this December. What should this talks entail to ensure effective global policies are forged to combat climate change?Read More

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Developing “Green” Plastics: Brazil in the Lead

"Green" bioplastics promises to be a huge industry that could have profound, widespread and positive impacts on CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions, land degradation and water, air and land pollution. Following on from its success developing sugar cane ethanol, Brazil is shaping up to be a leader in the field. Read More

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Scientific Study Warns that Global Warming May Be Destroying Nature’s

Forests, considered to be a major partner in fighting greenhouse gases, are now at the center of a new study being released to the United Nations Forum on Forestry over the next two weeks. The United Nations Forum on Forestry will meet April 20 - May 1 at UN Headquarters in New York City to discuss various forest related issues.Read More