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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 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.
By My Cleaning Products
Typhoon Bohpa made a landfall in the Philippines last Tuesday. And based on its reported damages, international news website compared the typhoon with Hurricane Sandy.
By Dawn C. Kelly
Author J. Perry Kelly, twice a surrogate biotech spokesperson for the GW Bush White House, announces "The Sibyl Reborn," a metaphysical adventure in trade paperback and Kindle that explores the psychological roots of climate change denial.
By Strategic Book Group
How Do We Come Together as an Unpolluted Global Community? New Book, "Climate Change," Proposed a Solution
By Carbon Masters
A few months ago, I might have found it shocking that the two candidates for the US Presidency could manage to get through six hours of live televised debate without a single mention of climate change
By The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Temperature in the inner urban areas of Hong Kong is predicted to rise by two Celsius degree in 30 years' time, according to the latest scientific study by the Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
By Ruka Press
Book about Keystone XL pipeline scheduled for spring 2013 publication, forward by Bill McKibben
By QED Radiations
Skeptics of Global Warming misinterpret the Second law of Thermodynamics by not considering the CO2 molecule may radiate energy to the Earth by vibration instead of from the colder atmosphere to the warmer Earth
By Smart Health Talk Radio Show
Smart Health Talk launches their Countdown to Earth Day with Dag Falck from Nature's Path Organic Foods as their guest for the live radio show on Thursday, April 12th at 4:00 pm PST. "Listen live" by following directions under the "about us" tab.
By Thomas Prevenslik
The Second law of Thermodynamics is not violated in global warming as solar radiation after being absorbed by the Earth is re-radiated and absorbed by carbon dioxide in the atmosphere only to undergo backradiation that further warms the Earth
By Foggia Public Relations
The winner of six major environmental awards from film festivals around the world, this acclaimed production has been called “a template” for getting off fossil fuels by the Los Angeles.
By JJ Burgoyne
Thames & Kosmos Science labs encourage experimentation. Many of the childrens kits relate to current and future every day life that effects the entire planet, like solar power. Each kit has been safety tested here in the United States and in Europe.
By Carbon Belch Day
After four years of hibernation, the daring initiative known as Carbon Belch Day is being re-launched around the world –
By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International is proud to present Autumn by Borgny Tingstedt.
By Criterium Marketing
KANTNO, a maker of men's, women's and kids' apparel, announces the release of the Polar Bear Hearts Collection. Proceeds go to the National Wildlife Federation to raise awareness of global warming's impact on polar bears and other arctic animals.
By Jerry McGlothlin of Special Guests
Russian scientists have discovered many large holes in the Arctic Ocean that have been emitting voluminous plumes of methane gas.
By Ian Keldoulis
A 21st century holiday tale for jaded adults, available on Kindle, iPad and other e-reader devices.
By BookBuzz
More Than 60 Minutes sets out to inform the general public why and how the extreme amount of geological occurrences are happening today and if global warming fits into the equation.
By Southeast Asian Ethanol
The International Energy Agency has warned Wednesday that the world faces serious dangers from global warming unless it radically alters its planned investments in new oil and coal facilities.
By John Smith
A recent profile study made an important discovery for future plants and animals on Earth: accelerating global warming caused by human activities decreases the size of all species of plants and animals.
By Bruce Beck
Free Program Offered Under Oncor's Commercial Energy Audit Program
By The Hoyt Organization
One of the first homes built in Barber Tract boasts a 90-year history
By Global Action Plan
Al Gore uses recent weather devastation to challenge climate skeptics and urge people to face up to Climate Reality.
By The Organic View Radio Show
World renowned authority on climate change to discuss research on impact of CO2 on crop systems and invasive weeds.
A small photobioreactor: the key to realizing the potential of microalgae to impact fuel industries, feedstock supplies, food markets, pharmaceuticals, water treatments and the global climate, creating an industry with fresh job opportunities.
By Carlos Alba Media
His Royal Highness the Duke of York visited Strathclyde University yesterday where he was shown a device that promises to revolutionise the tidal energy industry
By Strategic Book Group
Reality Check is an over-the-top attempt to avert an “evolutionary crash” by turning it into an “evolutionary bounce.”
By Wan Tatoo
A conversation with Yes Global's Managing Director, Toby Rowe, on the impact Global Warming has on the business world and the ongoing need for quality, value for money marketing solutions.
By Climate Ride
Climate Ride has named the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) as a full beneficiary for 2011, to replace a beneficiary spot left vacant by the merger of two other organizations: and 1Sky.
By Wert-Berater, Inc.
Warming air from climate change isn't the only thing that will speed ice melting near the poles – so will the warming water beneath the ice, a new study points out.
By Linfield College
Six Linfield College graduates are heading across America in a refurbished 1989 school bus dubbed the Self Express. Their self-contained home runs on veggie oil, and they’ll join other activists in the climate movement.
By Frost & Sulllivan
Socially responsible investing (SRI) has evolved from ethical screening based on positive and negative screens to complex environmental, social and governance based screening. SRI funds are coming of age and becoming mainstream products.
By Cosimo, Inc.
Earth Fever, a book about social, personal and spiritual dimensions of climate change— released by Cosimo Books, a New York-based independent publisher— receives prestigious award for “Environment and Green Values”
By David Wong
Pretium Ventures Report: Food shortages are becoming a major international concern, and the World Bank has encouraged food producing countries to ease export controls and divert supplies away from bio fuel production.
By O'Bayley Communications
Brita Climate Ride NYC-DC 2011, to be held May 13-17, will once again feature some of the best and brightest minds working in the areas of sustainability, renewable energy and bicycle advocacy.
By Ezipp
Electric bikes are slowly making a wave the world over. This is about a unque inititiave by an electric bike manufacturer in Pune to make it easer for people to go green.
By Foggia Public Relations LLC
Award-winning documentary reveaks most realistic and cost-effective solutions that can stop global warming now.
By Angela Coyle, Compton Group
Research carried out by Aberystwyth University in conjunction with Compton Group, has resulted in a discovery which could lead to an improvement in milk and meat production plus a significant reduction in methane emissions from cattle and sheep.
By Juree
Eight Ascott properties will be turning off lights for 10 hours from 26 to 27 March
By The Center for International Environmental Law
The Center for International Environmental Law today released a report, “Fossilized Thinking: The World Bank, Eskom & the Real Costs of Coal-Based Power Projects,” which examines the Bank‟s $3 billion loan to support a South African project.
By Lifesbox Modular Co., Ltd.
Recently a non-profit organization called Architecture 2030 launched a new attempt in reducing 50% carbon emission resulting from building materials by 2030.
By Girish Dhat
The e-Learning for Kids Foundation, a global 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation, is thrilled to announce the release of 2 new courses in its Environmental Skills curriculum developed by Upside Learning.
By Quest Media Network, Inc.
Quest Media Network launches sustainability learning and eco-action website, The free website allows users to preserve the environment and fight climate change by watching informational videos.
By Anthony Ricigliano
By Anthony Ricigliano: The challenges facing the citizens that want to take action on global warming are many. First and foremost, there’s the fossil fuel industry, which is the single most profitable enterprise in human history.
By Environment About
Have you ever tried to find out how much your daily activities affect the environment, how much carbon dioxide you release everyday, what is your carbon footprint number, what is your role in climate change, how you contribute in global warming...
By KHB Productions
Describes Graphic Novel story and content.
By Rhonda Reddick, Androvett Legal Media & Marketing
Co-chairs of Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP’s Climate Change Task Force to speak at the University of California Hastings College of the Law’s “A Public Nuisance: Tort Law's Response to Global Warming” symposium.
By Rhonda Reddick, Androvett Legal Media & Marketing
Richard O. Faulk and John S. Gray have filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on the merits of the highly controversial case of American Electric Power Company, Inc. v. Connecticut.
By World Centric
World Centric Presents, Community by Design, Friday, February 4, 7pm. Join us at the World Centric Community Center for our winter film series on the environment.

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