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Showing posts from August, 2011


Some Top Eco-Stories

Leaders promise to reduce carbon emissions while ensuring that a new giant oil pipeline called Keystone XL is built to serve expansion of the Alberta tar oil sands, the most carbon laden oil in the world -

RBS funding the most destructive process on earth: tar sands exploitation in Canada

China expands its nuclear power programme, unfazed by Fukushima

Food prices reach record highs in drought-stricken Africa

Nigerian drinking water stricken with benzene at 900 times above the safety limit

The Mediterranean Sea is very, very sick

Today's Eco-stories

Jason Ford's blog piece on FiTS for The Engineer

James' blog on Business Green, examining the solar FiTS fiasco

Toyota plant goes solar

Renewable Heating Grant Incentive begins

FiTS deadlines drives solar power boom

The Isle of Wight's first solar farm connects to the grid

Rooftop mounted solar panels help to keep buildings cooler says new study

Germany looks set to remain the European wind pace-setter

Wood recyclers to hol…