Archive for July, 2008

Beijing Pollution Improves Ahead of Olympic Games

Beijing pollution improves to the lowest levels since authorities started to tackle the problem in advance of the Olympic Games. Read the rest of this entry »

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Woodland Trust Buys Land to Plant 600,000 Trees

The woodland trust has purchased a 800 acre site to plant 600,000 trees to create a natural forest in England. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wetlands Drying Out and Releasing More Carbon into the Atmosphere

The world’s wetlands are drying out due to global warming and a better understanding on how to manage these eco-systems is urgently needed according to scientists. Read the rest of this entry »

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Environment Consulting for Business Set to Grow ?

With the environment in business at the top of every one’s agenda, could environmental consulting be the next big thing?

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Whitehall Government Departments to be Carbon Neutral by 2012

News today indicates that Whitehall is to become carbon neutral by 2012 with the introduction of so called smart computers (PCs).

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G8 Countries Urged to Cut Emissions Further

The G8 countries have re-iterated their target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2050 but the so called G5 have said this should be more like an 80% reduction.

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Welcome to our new environment blog

Welcome to our new environment news, recycling and green issues blog.

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