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  • News - 3 Apr 2008
    April has arrived and as the trees begin to bloom one thing comes to mind - remembering our world and all its valuable, but dwindling, resources. As Earth Day nears, Cotton Incorporated has reinforced...
  • News - 2 Apr 2008
    The cost of treating wastewater contaminated with nitrogen could be lowered in future. Soil scientists at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) have developed a new mathematical model...
  • News - 2 Apr 2008
    The state of Ohio has appointed thirteen members, representing a wide range of expertise in the fields of chemicals, polymers and advanced materials, to serve on the Ohio Agriculture to Chemicals,...
  • News - 30 Mar 2008
    Unlike carbon dioxide and methane, laughing gas has been largely ignored by world leaders as a worrying greenhouse gas. But nitrous oxide must be taken more seriously, says Professor David Richardson...
  • News - 28 Mar 2008
    Research and Markets has announced the addition of "Green Living in the United States 2008" to their offering. The "green" marketplace is one of the fastest growing, most...
  • News - 27 Mar 2008
    This weekend, it will be "lights out" at H. J. Heinz Company offices across the world as Heinz and its employees observe Earth Hour 2008, a bright idea to help combat climate change and...
  • News - 26 Mar 2008
    The University of Illinois at Chicago's City Design Center has produced a 96-page electronic publication illustrating ideas for green development in East Garfield Park as a case study for use by...
  • News - 25 Mar 2008
    Changes in soil carbon occur with changes in land management. Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and The University of Tennessee investigated quantifying soil carbon changes over large...
  • News - 24 Mar 2008
    New UK legislation coming into effect on 15 April 2008 - the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation - will mean that biofuels must show significantly smaller carbon footprints than their petroleum-based...
  • News - 20 Mar 2008
    Iowa State University researchers are developing an integrated system of thermochemical and catalytic technologies to efficiently produce ethanol from plant biomass. Biomass can be considered...

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