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  • News - 18 Feb 2008
    Farmers, food suppliers, policy-makers, business leaders and environmentalists are joining forces to confront the threat of the ‘forgotten greenhouse gas’ by taking part in an influential...
  • News - 14 Feb 2008
    More than 40% of the world's oceans are heavily affected by human activities, and few if any areas remain untouched, according to the first global-scale study of human influence on marine...
  • News - 31 Jan 2008
    The DC-based research and consulting firm Social Technologies recently released a series of 12 briefs that shed light on the top areas for technology innovation through 2025. “Biofuels,”...
  • News - 16 Jan 2008
    Within five to seven years fast growing trees and grasses might become economically viable alternatives to corn as a source of renewable fuel ethanol, reducing the need for pollutants that now cause a...
  • News - 10 Jan 2008
    This year many homeowners are adding a new commitment to their list of New Year's Resolutions: go green at home. Alongside pledges to quit smoking, exercise more, and spend more time with friends...
  • News - 9 Jan 2008
    In order to increase productivity, forest practices have become more intense in recent decades. Forest fertilization increased by 800% in the southeastern United States from 1990 to 1999, and the...
  • News - 6 Jan 2008
    The Hong Kong Olympic Equestrian Venue has placed environmental protection and conservation on the top of its priority list in preparations for the Olympics. Whatever can be recycled and reused, is,...
  • News - 3 Jan 2008
    Americans have always expended energy on their dogs—we love them, we feed them, and of course, we clean up after them. Finally, the dogs of San Francisco are going to return the favor. The city...
  • News - 10 Dec 2007
    Acumentrics Corporation's Canadian subsidiary, Acumentrics Canada Ltd., is partnering with Natural Resources Canada's CANMET Energy Technology Centre to investigate the use of ammonia as a...
  • News - 27 Nov 2007
    Researchers at the University of Leeds have a potential solution to the problem of large quantities of low value by-product generated in the synthesis of biodiesel – by turning it into high...

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