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David Miliband Urges Radical Land Use Rethink

Environment Secretary David Miliband today called for a "radical rethink" about land use to take account of climate change impacts and to enhance the quality and beauty of our environment.


U.S., Japan Consider Co-Benefits of Domestic and Global Environmental Programs

EPA and the Japanese Ministry of Environment (MOEJ) held a Washington workshop this week to expand their efforts on climate change and sustainable development in developing countries.


Biotech Crops Help World's Farmers 'Go Green'

Biotech crops have produced a decade of improvements in yield and net farm income for grain, oilseed and cotton farmers.


Global Climate Change Tip Sheet

Climate change is becoming obvious to the casual observer, said J C Randolph, an environmental science professor at Indiana University and former regional director with the National Institute for Global Environmental Change.


Younger Generation To Take Better Care of Planet

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on the world's younger generation to take better care of Planet Earth in the face of global warming than his own.


Al Gore to Speak at Sustainable Operations Summit

Former Vice President Al Gore will be the keynote speaker at the Sustainable Operations Summit, June 3-5, 2007 in Albuquerque, NM.


Gore's Global Warming Documentary Wins Oscar

The documentary that turned former vice president Al Gore's power-point presentation on global warming into an engaging and entertaining film won the Oscar Sunday night.


EPA Seeks Public Comment on U.S. Greenhouse Gas Inventory

The US Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public comment on a draft report that analyzes sources of greenhouse gas emissions.



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