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How the EPA Puts a Price Tag on Pollution
Wired News - 12 Hours ago
What’s a healthy baby worth? A pristine lake? How about the market value of an IQ point? Some people might say it’s impossible to put a price tag on such things. But the Environmental Protection Agency
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Environmental groups look to contain fallout from SCOTUS mercury ruling
Washington Post - 12 Hours ago
Environmental groups looking for a silver lining in Monday’s Supreme Court ruling that criticized the Environmental Protection Agency’s handling of power plant regulations are quick to assert that the
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Where Coal Was King, Pope’s Climate Warning Faces a Tricky Sell
Bloomberg - 13 Hours ago
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SUEZ Environnement , NWS Holdings and Chongqing Water Assets set up environmental
Reuters UK - 14 Hours ago
Suez Environnement Company SA:Signs together with its partners, NWS Holdings and Chongqing Water Assets, agreement to launch environmental group Derun Environment in China.Agreement signed through both
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Newly submitted post-2020 climate change targets add up to 60 per cent of global
Bloomberg - 14 Hours ago
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomes today's formal submission of post-2020 climate change targets or Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) by both the China and the Republic
Ban Welcomes New Post-2020 Climate Targets Submitted By China and Republic of Korea AllAfrica.com
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Li welcomes EU role in urbanization
CHINAdaily USA - 16 Hours ago
Premier Li Keqiang welcomed the European Union's participation in China's urbanization process on Monday, especially in smart city building and energy efficiency. Addressing a forum on the China-EU
Nation to sell 1 million tons of cotton reserves China Economic Net
China takes ambitious green path CHINAdaily USA
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Local Dignitaries Gather to Announce San Diego’s Clean Air...
San Francisco Chronicle - 19 Hours ago
Sullivan Solar Power will donate $75,000 to the American Lung Association to promote clean air San Diego, California (PRWEB) June 30, 2015 The American Lung Association in California announced its
Local Dignitaries Gather to Announce San Diego’s Clean Air Challenge MySanAntonio
Local Dignitaries Gather to Announce San Diegoâs Clean Air Challenge Bio-Medicine
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Korea Ups Greenhouse Reduction Target
Digital Chosun - 20 Hours ago
The government has decided to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 37 percent by 2030. The plan was submitted to the UN on Tuesday, and will become binding if it is adopted at the annual climate change conference
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China insists on common but differentiated responsibilities in new climate plan
People.com.cn - 20 Hours ago
BEIJING, June 30 -- In a national pledge plan submitted to the United Nations on Tuesday, China said the outcomes of the negotiation on a new climate change agreement should follow the principles of equity
China insists on common but differentiated responsibilities in new climate pact China Economic Net
1st LD-Writethru: China insists on common but differentiated responsibilities in Individual.com
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Full Text: Enhanced Actions on Climate Change: China's Intended Nationally Determined
People.com.cn - 20 Hours ago
N. Broad Participation of Stakeholders -- To enhance the responsibility of enterprises for low-carbon development and to encourage them to explore low-carbon development modes that are resource-saving
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Full Text: Enhanced Actions on Climate Change: China's Intended Nationally Determined
People.com.cn - 20 Hours ago
BEIJING, June 30 (Xinhua) -- China on Tuesday announced its enhanced actions and measures on climate change in a document submitted to the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
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China submits plan to reduce CO2 emissions
NHK - 22 Hours ago
Asia Jul. 1, 2015 - Updated 00:39 UTC China, the world's top emitter of greenhouse gases, has announced a plan to significantly reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 2030. China's state-run
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Green steps can pave the way for bluer skies
CHINAdaily USA - 22 Hours ago
The air pollution index, which measures the atmospheric PM 2.5 concentration, once again moved into the unhealthy territory for a few days last week. The inclement weather and the all-enveloping haze
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Global warming – both the phenomenon and the phrase – is back
MSN Philippines - 23 Hours ago
© Dan Kitwood/Getty People relax near Regent's Canal in King's Cross, London The extraordinary heatwave that is about to slam into southern England – Wednesday will probably see temperatures in London
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Photo Essay: In Abandoned Amusement Park, A Glimpse Of Environmental Catastrophe
Fast Company - 11 Hours ago
In Kibuts Kalia, an Israeli resort town along the Dead Sea, the Atraktzia amusement park sits locked up and long abandoned. Once a popular destination for family vacations, the water park's vibrant colors
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New Heathrow runway would lead to massive increase in pollution, says Boris
ITV.com - 12 Hours ago
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said today that a new runway for Heathrow would mean a massive increase in noise pollution and fumes.
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Effects of reduced water quality on coral reefs in and out of no-take marine reserves
Conservation Biology - 12 Hours ago
Abstract Near-shore marine environments are increasingly subjected to reduced water quality and their ability to withstand it is critical to their persistence. The potential role that marine reserves
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China's footprint getting greener
UPI - 12 Hours ago
PARIS, July 1 (UPI) -- As China advances on a road to a low-carbon economy, French energy company Engie said it was working on renewable energy programs with Chinese investors. Gerard Mestrallet, chairman
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Europe braces for more climate litigation
Nature - 13 Hours ago
A group of Dutch citizens weary of ineffectual climate diplomacy are celebrating after forcing change through legal action. Last week, following a lawsuit filed by a citizens’ climate-change platform
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Capex in EU utilities sector to fall 25% by 2017
Interfax Energy - 14 Hours ago
Free preview EnergyHub is a specialist resource tool offering detailed information on the world's LNG infrastructure, with details on each facility's owners, history, capacity and future plans.
HK’s Towngas delays listing new energy unit Interfax Energy
Chinese wholesale LNG prices stop falling Interfax Energy
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Rhamnolipids as environmentally friendly biopesticide against plant pathogen Phytophthora
Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy - 14 Hours ago
Phytophthora sojae is the most damaging fungal pathogen for soy plants. Rhamnolipids produced by Pseudomonas aeruginosa were investigated for the antimicrobial effects against both P. sojae mycelia and
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Pine stumps in Irish peats: is their occurrence a valid proxy climate indicator?
Journal of Quaternary Science - 14 Hours ago
ABSTRACT We investigate the temporal and spatial distribution of pine ( Pinus sylvestris ) stumps preserved in peat deposits to test whether their occurrence can be used as an indicator of climatic
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Responses of some shops to bag levy have not been eco-friendly
South China Morning Post - 15 Hours ago
Environmental Protection Department officials inspected more than 13,000 shops in May and found most retailers comply with the expanded plastic shopping bag charging law (effective from April 1) where
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Qld mine revelations incense green groups
9News.com.au - 15 Hours ago
The former Newman Queensland government defied treasury advice by announcing state investment in a huge Galilee Basin mine that had been deemed unviable, documents reveal. The freedom of information
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Pledges from China and Brazil put climate talks front and centre
Australian Financial Review - 15 Hours ago
by Alex Nussbaum The push for a global deal on climate change has picked up speed from Latin America to Asia, with the world's biggest greenhouse-gas emitter and the steward of its largest rainforest
China, Brazil Shift Climate Talks Into Fast Lane With Pledges La Repubblica
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