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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
US unveils major new proposal to cut vehicle emissions
The US EPA has put forward a long-awaited plan to require cleaner gasoline and more effective vehicle technologies.
Are cows climate killers?
Livestock farming is a major industry in many parts of the world, but scientists are still divided on how much it contributes to global warming.
World Economic Forum report offers view of global risks
This year's list of chief concerns includes severe wealth gaps, chronic fiscal imbalances, rising emissions and water shortages.
Why are climate scientists ignoring peak oil and coal?
In a world of peak oil and of escalating economic and political volatility, perhaps climate change scenarios need to be rethought.
What does Cancún offer the climate generation?
No matter the outcome of COP16, there is hope in cultivating young green entrepreneurs who are working to address climate and sustainability issues.
Green idea: self-organizing traffic signals
Thinking outside the box, these experts are working on smart technology to cut the emissions, fuel waste and waits caused by traffic.
Why all is not (yet) lost from COP15
Even though the deal from COP15 was a bitter disappointment, we can still learn from that experience and step back from climate disaster.
Lights, climate, action
Podcast interview with Energy Surveyor Zi Zi Searles on how businesses that invest in energy efficient lighting can save money and cut emissions.
The beauty of 10:10 is that it’s both achievable and meaningful
A new UK-based campaign launched on 1 September 2009 called 10:10 aims to reduce emissions by 10% by 2010.
Cool United Nations
"Cool UN" aims to reduce the use of air conditioning at UN Headquarters in New York to cut greenhouse gas emissions and save money.
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