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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Guyana hits paydirt on low-carbon development path
Guyana's low-carbon push could produce huge economic and environmental dividends.
Climate change is a human rights issue
Human rights bodies could help spur collective action to overcome the obstacles to progress on global warming, argues the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food.
A city that runs on itself
Cut greenhouse gas emissions dramatically? A team of students envisions building this into Vancouver's future.
Debate 2.0: Can creating a green economy redeem the 1%?
Might the Occupy Wall Street public sentiment convince big investors to back clean energy and low-carbon tech?
Europe’s roadmap to a renewable energy future
A new study analyses how the European Union can achieve a low-carbon economy without compromising growth and security.
Post COP15 industrial policy
National industrial policies need to be reassessed in light of the financial crisis and ongoing negotiations for a global agreement on reducing emissions.
Here comes the sun: Eco-Products 2009 Tokyo
Visitors to Tokyo's Eco-Products expo can check out the low-carbon future of Japan, and perhaps the world.
Will you eco-marry me?
Wedding celebrations can be low carbon-emitting, socially-responsible, energy efficient and embrace the four Rs (reuse, reduce, recycle, repair).
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