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Energy Agency Looks to Natural Gas "Golden Age"

By : Sustainability ..., May 31, 2012

If a series of "golden rules" can be followed, a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) suggests, global natural gas usage could grow by more than 50 percent by 2035.

The report, released on Tuesday, came under sharp criticism from environmental groups...

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Hotels in India going green

By : Sustainability ..., May 25, 2012

While it took a few thousand years for man to pass from Paleolithic to Neolithic tools, it has taken less than a century to shift from conventional weaponry to nuclear devices. Development has been so rapid that nature has not had time to adapt to these changes, and to human...

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The Artificial Leaf and Sustainable Energy for All

By : Sustainability ..., May 17, 2012

In case you missed it, do check out the New Yorker profile of Daniel Nocera, a scientist who has designed a “a cheap, playing-card-size coated-silicon sheet that, when placed in a glass of tap water and exposed to sunlight, split the water into hydrogen and oxygen.” The...

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UN cap-and-trade system: Good for China and India, but who else?

By : Sustainability ..., May 15, 2012

The United Nations-administered cap and trade system to reduce planetary greenhouse gases through investment in “green” projects in developing countries has directed most of its billions of dollars in investments to China and India, two of the world’s most notorious polluters...

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By : Sustainability ..., May 10, 2012 recently released a statement applauding a recent breakthrough in solar power technology to be implemented throughout southern India. The initiative is a joint venture of carbon credit aggregator CarbonSoft Corporation and Eureka Forbes, the Mumbai-...

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BP to Implement Carbon Offset Program for Fedex® Envelope

By : Anonymous, Apr 25, 2012

3/04/2012 - BP to Implement Carbon Offset Program for Fedex® Envelope
BP today announced a deal with FedEx to offset the carbon emissions of over 200 million FedEx Envelopes shipped worldwide yearly.

Through the carbon-neutral FedEx Envelope shipping program,...

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Geo-engineering ‘a risk’ in climate change battle

By : Anonymous, Apr 11, 2012

Attemps to slow down climate change by large-scale geo-engineering present ”serious risks” and are unlikely to replace the need to cut greenhouse gas emissions, Australia’s chief scientist has warned.
In an overview of schemes proposed by scientists, researchers...

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India suspends Posco steel plant environment licence

By : Anonymous, Mar 30, 2012

An Indian tribunal has suspended the environmental licence given to the South Korean company Posco for building a steel plant in the state of Orissa.

The National Green Tribunal also ordered a fresh review by the Ministry of Environment and Forests.

The plant...

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Subject Tags: Disaster , POSCO , steel

Public cry foul over dump yard

By : Anonymous, Mar 30, 2012

Residents, environmentalists and social activists on Thursday demanded an immediate relocation of the Jawaharnagar dump yard and insisted that the Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) project, handed over to Hyderabad Integrated MSW Ltd (earlier Ramky Enviro Engineers Ltd...

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Want to buy a solar panel? – Key things to be considered

By : Navdeep Gupta, Mar 9, 2012

Article takes a look at the slew of factors that one needs to consider while determining the right solar panel technology and the criticality of the choice in shaping a financially feasible solar project.

In today’s market there are thousands of solar panel...

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