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'We have seen the enemy': Bangladesh's war against climate change
Devastating cyclones, floods and ruined crops have made Bangladesh 'the world's most aware society on climate change'John Vidal in, Wednesday 9 May 2012 08.17 EDT
Cape Eleuthera Island School Opens Hallig House, A Landmark Building for Sustainable Development in The Bahamas
Hallig House, a model for sustainable development in The Bahamas, will bring new opportunities for education and research in South Eleuthera Photo: Caleb Oberst
Traveling to the Netherlands, Bicycling Home
Signs indicating both guarded (bewaakt) and unguarded (onbewaakt) bicycle parking near Rotterdam's Central Train Station. Every day, tens of thousands of commuters bike to the major Dutch rail stations. By Jay Walljasper
Governments failing to avert catastrophic climate change, IEA warns
Ministers attending clean energy summit in London to be gravely warned about continuing global addiction to fossil fuels
Solar power producers hesitate to embrace new DWP program
By Catherine Saillant, Los Angeles Times Storm clouds hovered over the San Fernando Valley, but businessman Jack Engel was smiling as he pointed to a row of solar inverters at one of two commercial warehouses he owns in Sun Valley. Power was being generated despite the weather, no problem.
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Environmental Fund and Wal-Mart Team Up to Cut Waste
Bundled cardboard from Wal-Mart for recycling. The retailer says it reuses or recycles 80 percent of the waste in domestic stores.
Warming Atlantic primes the Amazon for fire
The warming Atlantic Ocean is drawing moisture away from the Western Amazon, drying the rainforest and catching residents by surprise. 'We weren't prepared.' By Barbara Fraser for The Daily Climate
Nasa scientist: climate change is a moral issue on a par with slavery
Prof Jim Hansen to use lecture at Edinburgh International Science Festival to call for worldwide tax on all carbon emissions.
Uranium Mines Dot Navajo Land, Neglected and Still Perilous