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Pollution choking China’s inbound tourism industry 
CHINAdaily Africa - 3 Hours ago
New report blames terrorism, dirty air for annual declines in foreigner visits China's inbound tourism market is still struggling to bounce back in the midst of rising concerns about issues such as     Add Comment

U.S. needs to invest in Arctic ships, technology to prepare for climate change:  
Reuters - 3 Hours ago
New Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Robert J. Papp, Jr. arrives for a Change of Command ceremony in Washington, May 25, 2010. Papp replaces Admiral Thad W. Allen as the 24th Commandant.     Add Comment

Inflation slows after carbon tax axed 
9News.com.au - 2 Hours ago
The annual rate of inflation has slowed to 2.3 per cent, helped by a drop in electricity prices and the cost of petrol. The consumer price index released on Wednesday now stands at its lowest level
Inflation slows after carbon tax axed (AAP) West Australian
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U.S. needs to invest in Arctic ships, technology to prepare for climate change -  
Reuters India - 76 Minutes ago
6:53am IST WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States needs billions of dollars of new equipment including ice-breaking ships, better satellite service and fiber-optic networks as it prepares for     Add Comment

No quick solutions for smog problem 
CHINAdaily Europe - 3 Hours ago
Abroad and at home, there is a rising chorus questioning the effectiveness of air pollution control in China, most recently from the thousands of runners who finished the Beijing Marathon in smog on Sunday.     Add Comment

Climate review as Greens seek govt talks 
9News.com.au - 110 Minutes ago
The Climate Change Authority is pressing ahead with a review of the renewable energy target despite the government commissioning its own review. The move comes as the Australian Greens are expected
Climate review as Greens seek govt talks (AAP) West Australian
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Beijing, neighboring cities dominate Q3 smog list 
People.com.cn - 3 Hours ago
Buildings are shrouded in smog in Beijing, capital of China, Oct. 20, 2014. (Xinhua/Luo Xiaoguang)    Add Comment

Chambers USA Recognizes Brody Wilkinson Principle as a Leading Environmental Lawyer  
Houston Chronicle - 92 Minutes ago
Barbara S. Miller recognized by Chambers USA Southport, Connecticut (PRWEB) October 21, 2014 The law firm of Brody Wilkinson PC is pleased to announce that Barbara S. Miller was recognized as a leading     Add Comment

Carbon tax repeal eases consumer price rises 
ABC Online - 2 Hours ago
Official figures show consumer prices increased by 0.5 per cent in the September quarter, with a carbon tax repeal related fall in energy costs offsetting other rises. While the Bureau of Statistics
Carbon tax repeal eases consumer price rises (ABC) Yahoo! News Australia
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10 Things You Need to Know for the Waste & Recycling Industry Today (October 22,  
Waste360 - 2 Hours ago
“The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday set a goal of diverting 80 percent of waste from unincorporated communities away from landfills by 2025, equivalent to disposing no more than three     Add Comment

To improve eco-friendly urban mobility, innovation has much scope 
Economic Times - 3 Hours ago
Floating an idea in the hope that it will find official favour is a perfectly legitimate action, especially if it has ecology-friendly overtones. Especially if, like the proposed seven-milelong deck on     Add Comment

The Find Revenue Everywhere Else Ecosystem 
Fleet Owner - 3 Hours ago
In grade school and high school I learned about ecological systems such as a pond or a forest.  I learned how it is important to let each part of the system do its job and how interfering with a part     Add Comment

Media Release - Heritage Additions made to Council's Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 
Noodls - 3 Hours ago
the Tenterfield Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2013 was amended to include the following: Council's objective in amending the LEP is to continue to recognise and actively develop the cultural strengths     Add Comment

Pollution to ease on windy Wednesday 
Noodls - 57 Minutes ago
A woman wears a mask to protect against heavy pollution on the Bund yesterday. The strong winds forecast for today should help to clear the air after pollution shrouded the city yesterday, the weather     Add Comment

Inflation windfall from carbon tax repeal 
Northern Territory Government - 105 Minutes ago
The Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show inflation rose 0.5% in the September quarter, putting the rate for the year to September at 2.3%.   That’s a fall from 3% in the year to the June quarter.     Add Comment

NRC Deems Nuclear Waste Storage at Yucca Mountain Safe 
Ein News - 91 Minutes ago
Oct 21, 2014 - 23:00 GMT The stalled Yucca Mountain permanent nuclear waste repository will meet regulatory requirements when permanently closed, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has found in     Add Comment

Australian Inflation Eases After Carbon Tax Scrapped 
4 Traders - 2 Hours ago
By James Glynn SYDNEY--Australian consumer-price inflation eased in the third quarter after the conservative government removed a tax on carbon emissions, and wage growth remained weak against the backdrop     Add Comment

Australian inflation eases after scrapping of carbon tax 
Yahoo! Singapore - 56 Minutes ago
A file photo shows a woman sitting at a cafe in Sydney on June 4, 2014. Australian … A 30-year-old man was found in the Singapore River and pronounced dead on land on Tuesday night. … Political activist     Add Comment

Australian inflation eases after scrapping of carbon tax 
Yahoo! Malaysia - 56 Minutes ago
Australian consumer prices rose 0.5 percent in the September quarter, official figures showed Wednesday, as the annual rate of inflation eased following the removal of a controversial carbon tax.    Add Comment

Ericsson rates top on corporate action on climate change 
Vanguard - 64 Minutes ago
By Anuli Edom For its actions to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the business risks of climate change, Ericsson has been recognised as a world leader for corporate action on climate change by the     Add Comment
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