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India, US hold joint panel meet on climate issues

35 mins ago From Times of India   View Original Article

New Delhi, INDIA - Nearly ten months after setting up a joint working group on combating climate change, India and the US on Wednesday held its first meeting where both countries agreed to closely coordinate on many issues including the contentious matter of phasing ou ...

Air pollution tops environmental complaints in China

2 hours ago From Want China Times  View Original Article

Beijing, CHINA - Air pollution is still public enemy number one in China's war against pollution, according to the country's environmental watchdog.

Among the 696 complaints received by the Ministry of Environmental Protection in the first half of this ...

Wildlife reaps huge benefits from Ascension Islandís new conservation legislation

3 hours ago From Wildlife Extra News  View Original Article

Hereford, U K - The remote UK overseas territory of Ascension Island in the South Atlantic, has achieved remarkable results in conserving its green turtle populations.

Scientists from the University of Exeter and the Ascension Island Government Conser ...

Deforestation ramping up in Yasuni as Ecuador sets to open up national park to drilling

19 hours ago From Mongabay.com  View Original Article

Menlo Park, CALIFORNIA - Yasuni National park has been in the conservation spotlight in recent years, with oil drilling threatening the forests and wildlife of this biodiversity hotspot. Recently, disturbance in the park may have ramped up, with satellite data showing a sign ...

Palm oil company clears rainforest in New Guinea

20 hours ago From Mongabay.com  View Original Article

Menlo Park, CALIFORNIA - An Indonesian Stock Exchange-listed company whose commissioner is a member of The Nature Conservancy-Indonesia's board has been clearing dense rainforest in New Guinea, finds a new report from Greenomics-Indonesia.

The report, titled Ď ...

New Zealandís 'dramatic' ice loss could lead to severe decline of glaciers

20 hours ago From The Guardian  View Original Article

London, U K - New Zealandís vast Southern Alps mountain range has lost a third of its permanent snow and ice over the past four decades, diminishing some of the countryís most spectacular glaciers, new research has found.

A study of aerial surveys c ...

Oil, Gas Waste Firm Forms Environment Team in Mtwara

20 hours ago From All Africa  View Original Article

Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA - An oil and gas waste committee has been formed to ensure that local community leaders have a say in environmental management in Mtwara Municipality.

Speaking during the first meeting of the committee in Mtwara last Friday, Alpha Group ...

Activists in Brazil are fighting to protect the environment ó and their lives

20 hours ago From PRI  View Original Article

New York, NEW YORK - Thatís the number of environmental and land-reform activists assassinated worldwide between 2003 and 2013, according to a study by the NGO Global Witness. The number might shock you, but perhaps even more shocking is that nearly half of those murders ...

Re-distribution of major tree species in British forests should begin soon

24 hours ago From Phys.org   View Original Article

Douglas, Isle of Man, U K - Scientists at the University of Twente and at Forest Research, the research agency of the British Forestry Commission, used the UK Climate Projections 2009 data in models to show reduction in forest production by up to 42% by the 2080s due to climate ...

Regulations only a first step in cutting emissions

24 hours ago From Phys.org  View Original Article

Douglas, Isle of Man, U K - Intensifying calls for action on climate change have led to a variety of proposed regulations to cut greenhouse gas emissions from specific sources of the economy, including, most recently, the environmental protection agency's (EPA) rule on coal pow ...

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New Zealandís 'dramatic' ice loss could lead to severe decline of glaciers

Action: Climate Change

New Zealandís vast Southern Alps mountain range has lost a third of its permanent snow and ice over the past four decades, di ...

Crush Crime Cartels to Save Rhino, Elephants

Action: Wildlife Conservation

It comes as no surprise that a trafficker tried to smuggle Sh33 million ivory through the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport ...

Palm oil company clears rainforest in New Guinea

Action: Stop Deforestation

An Indonesian Stock Exchange-listed company whose commissioner is a member of The Nature Conservancy-Indonesia's board has be ...

Hercules begins clean-up of contaminants along southern, eastern boundaries

Action: Stop Pollution

Hercules, Inc. has begun a clean-up of on and off-site contamination that the Environmental Protection Agency said will prote ...

30 new Marine Protected Areas for Scotland

Action: Save Our Oceans

The Scottish Government have announced they have given the go-ahead for 30 more Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), to protect a f ...

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