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Strausses filled up only one garbage bin during the entire year, see how they did it
Fewer earthquakes have been recorded in the Philippines’ lava-spilling Mayon volcano, but magma continues to build up inside and any lull in activity could be followed by a bigger eruption
Farmers Are Encouraged To Spread Toxic Coal Ash On Fields
Reduction of the rainforests, continued growth in hydrocarbon industries, increases in livestock, and depletion of the ozone are all considered factors in the debate.
The U.S. Department of Defense is the largest polluter in the world, producing more hazardous waste than the five largest U.S. chemical companies combined
We do not learn that military toxins know no boundaries, that they don’t just kill the enemy, they kill our military personnel and people living near military bases, that they pollute the water, land and air.
The countdown to Copenhagen is over as thousands of officials, campaigners and activists, join world leaders for the start of two weeks of crucial climate change talks.
ENERGY STAR is a joint program helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices.
Choosing environmentally friendly cleaning products goes a long way towards ensuring a home with fresh, clean air.
Reusable Bags Are Best for Both Consumers and the Environment
With a little though and planning it is possible to have an environmentally friendly green Christmas without dampening the festive spirit.
Pollution is responsible for 40% of deaths worldwide, according to a study, published in 2007, conducted by a Cornell research group.
The summit will attempt to draw up a new global climate treaty to supplant the UN’s 1997 Kyoto Protocol.
A temperature rise of no more than 2 °C is widely acknowledged as the ‘safe’ level to avoid dangerous climate change.
A new map illustrating the global consequences of failing to keep temperature change to under 2 °C was launched today by the UK Government, in partnership with the Met Office.
“If we cannot find a solution to this problem… in 2025, close to 70 percent could be affected”