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By Mira Sound Germany
Michel Montecrossa announces his ‘Love & Sweetness’ Climate Change Concert Tour 2014 via Video.
Kleinfelder announced today the hiring of two new climate change professionals, Nasser Brahim and Vijaylaxsmi (Vijay) Kesavan, who join the company’s innovative and expanding climate change practice.
By Climate Vulnerable Forum
New Action Plan Launched - Get it Here: www.thecvf.org/actionplan
By aWhere, Inc.
As climate change threatens the livelihoods of millions of small-scale farmers throughout the developing world, aWhere, Inc., a Software as a Service (SaaS) company, announces an expansion of its Location Intelligence Platform to include free access to...
By Webuild Serivces LLC / Webuild Staffing
Webuild Staffing is actively seeking a variety of skilled professionals for future job opportunities in the Climate Change Management Industries..
By Climate Vulnerable Forum
High-Level Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) Meeting in Costa Rica
By aWhere, Inc.
An invaluable upgrade to aWhere’s Location Intelligence Platform occurred this week with the launch of a new global weather resource.
By PR by Schweikhart
League of Women Voters Invites Public to CLIMATE CHANGE Presentation/Discussion at PBSC in Lake Worth, Nov 21
By Independent Evaluation at Asian Development Bank
Declining investments in agriculture and the effects of climate change has been the two major threats to food security
The results of the latest report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) caused a wave of criticism and controversy, but the delay in action can be fraught with grave consequences.
Indian negotiators at this week’s Montreal Protocol meetings in Bangkok should open dialogue to address the phasedown of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) or risk countering the agreement between PM Manmohan Singh and President Barack Obama in September
By ReefQuest and The Barron Prize
Dylan Vecchione, age 15, wins 2013 National Gloria Barron Prize for his work in founding ocean environmental organization ReefQuest
By Divinity Press
Nocturne, Opus 1: Sea Foam, Book 1 in the Kate and Jake Connors International Thriller Series
By Christmas Nevermore
Climate change is causing ice to melt worldwide, and the latest reports from the Great North indicate that the already at-risk home of Santa Claus, worldwide symbol of the Christmas holiday, is crumbling due to excessive drilling by Big Oil
By Rob Moir, PHD
Spotlite Radio Presents Director at Ocean River Institue, Rob Moir, PHD.
By K2 Sports
K2 Sports joined forces with Protect Our Winters (POW) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a group of high profile leaders and athletes in the outdoor and snowsports industries, for meetings with Washington officials this week to bring...
By Little White Feather Communications
UK therapist and writer launches new blog on spiritual transformation today (Tuesday, September 24th).
By Carlos Alba Media
vento ludens Ltd, which has wind and solar interests in England and Scotland, today welcomed the addition of a new shareholder and strategic partner which, it said, would allow for further renewable development work across the UK.
By New Street Communications, LLC
Jefferson Gold Award winner to author book considering Richard Nixon's highly-charged and environmentally-aware 1970 State of the Union Address, delivered three months before the first Earth Day.
By Big Vision Media Group
Kansas City, Missouri - Local Business owners from the Business Alliance for a Sustainable Economy met with Corey Dillon from Senator Claire McCaskill’s office this week to discuss the need for Congressional action on climate / clean energy issues.
By Strategic Book Group
Dr. Bernardine Atkinson's compelling work aims to dispel the pervading myths about nuclear energy.
By Rappoport Development Consulting Services LLC
Global warming and climate change is for real. In California, the effects of climate change are slowly emerging, usually in a negative manner. However, California coastal redwoods and giant sequoia trees may be bucking the trend!
By Montana State University
Climate science researchers from the Montana Institute on Ecosystems have developed a summer reading list to help people learn about climate change and ecosystem science.
By Sustainable Green Initiative
After successful plantation of more than 700 trees in village Suneel in District Chamoli in Uttarakhand, Kolkata-based organisation Sustainable Green Initiative (SGI) will kick off its first plantation initiative in West Bengal on July 21, 2013.
By The Hoffman Agency
Week-long summit to focus on innovative and sustainable solutions to climate change
By Global Future Solutions
Unconventional gas fracking has the potential to help the world reduce its carbon footprint with a cleaner, greener energy source. The toxic fracking fluids used have caused much controversy world wide. GFS has created a solution to this problem.
By Council on Energy, Environment and Water
Clean, Smarter Technologies Could Cut Climate Change Impact of India’s Rising Air Conditioning Use and Save Energy
A new investigation into the profits and costs of Canadian panel board manufacturer Norbord suggests that its lobbying against renewable biomass energy is motivated by expediency and profits.
By Welspun Energy Ltd.
ICFRE and Welspun Energy Ltd to Work for innovations in Forest Carbon finance. Public private model for increasing India’s Forest Carbon Market
By aWhere, Inc.
aWhere, Inc., a Software as a Service (SAAS) business focused on providing location intelligence for global development, has produced a platform providing key weather data for use in international development.
By FreshStart Brands, LLC
FreshStart Brands partners with Protect Our Winters to raise funds and awareness to support a common goal of reducing climate change’s effects on our sports and the local economies which are dependent upon those activities.
By Hawaii Biochar Products
Nobel Laureate Nguyen Huu Ninh, Ph.D., CERED, Larta Institute, Ecology Farming Corporation and Hawaii Biochar Products further Sustainable Agriculture efforts Internationally.
By Sea Level Adaptation Institute
Boca Raton, Florida – April 25, 2013. The Sea Level Adaptation Institute is a newly formed nonprofit organization established to empower citizens and community leaders to embrace the new environment created by sea level rise (SLR).
Leading a greener, carbon-free lifestyle has never been so easy
By Strategic Book Group
In "Nature’s Revenge," author Edmund Blake takes an in-depth look at the influence developments in the natural world have exerted on human history, and conversely, the influence human activities have had on nature.
By Restore Hetch Hetchy
One Girl's Campaign to Restore Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park After Being Flooded Under 300 Feet of...
Civil Society Versus Geoengineering - a Conference on 8th and 9th April at the European...
By Capita Conferences
Planning for Extreme Weather Tuesday 23rd April 2013 – Central London Speakers Include: • Patricia Boyle, Public Weather Service National Team Leader, Met Office • Tim Gornall, Incident Planning Adviser, Environment Agency • Chair: Rosanna...
By German Center for Research and Innovation
Five months ago, Superstorm Sandy wreaked economic, social, and structural havoc, resulting in an estimated 25 billion dollars in lost business activity, 8.1 million homes without power across 17 states, and over 305,000 damaged or destroyed housing...
By Vigyanlabs Innovations Private Limited
Pioneering a whole new way of celebrating Earth Hour 2013, India-based start-up Vigyanlabs is promoting the idea of saving power in computers.
By ZeMis Ltd
ZeMis, the online gift store selling quirky goods from all over the world as well as green and all-natural products, is pleased to offer green gift items for Earth Hour.
By Four Points by Sheraton Tallahassee Downtown
At 8:30pm on Saturday, March 23rd, 2013, towns and cities around the world will come together in one of the largest environmental movements in the world.
By The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES)
The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) announces the introduction of the ‘Trust Us, We are Engineers’ (TUWAE) Young Engineers Competition, the WES Biennial Photography Competition 2013, and a lead-up event featuring renowned climate change...
By WSP USA
Environmental and engineering consultancy, WSP is pleased to announce it has received the highest honor, a Gold Award from the Environmental Business Journal® (EBJ) and a Project Merit award from the Climate Change Business Journal® (CCBJ).
By Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable
Utah Interfaith Power & Light (UIP&L) and the Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable invite members of all faith communities to participate in an evening of open discussion about real solutions to climate change.
By Forestry Research Associates
The World Economics Forum has released a report that states that some $700 billion is needed in extra funding to make a real difference to climate change. The report has been welcomed by analysts at FRA, which endorses investment in sustainable..
By Universe Institute & Universe Spirit
December 31 2012, A Planetary State of Emergency on Escalating Climate Destabilization (Global Warming,) was declared on this 4th annual Universe Day to bring emergency action on the looming Climate Cliff.
By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released "Polar City Dreaming:How Climate Change Might Usher In The Age Of Polar Cities" by Stephan Malone.
By LMI - Governement Consulting
A new LMI report highlights areas where the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) can collaborate with the national security community to adapt to the expected impacts of a changing climate.
By Universe Spirit
The 4th annual Universe Day event December 31st to Declare Planetary State of Emergency on Escalating Climate Destabilization (Global Warming,) and the Looming Climate Cliff.
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