Monthly Archives: May 2016

High levels of pesticides found in food imported to UAE from India

Bing: Excessive levels of pesticides have reportedly been found in some fruit and vegetables imported from India. Produce had levels of pesticide that exceeded ‘permitted limits […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

Hillary Is the Proven Leader On Climate Change

Huffington Post: My good friend Cindy Harrell-Horn, one of the smartest and most committed environmental advocates of our time, recently shared her thoughts with us […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

DPI/NGO: Environmental challenges – a forceful argument for global citizenship

New Kerala: While global citizenship means many things to many people, discussions at the sixty-sixth United Nations/Non-Governmental Organizations Conferencemaintained that cultivating empathy, a scientific appreciation […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

Oil and gas are a bad bet, warns Canadian government group

Grist: One of the world’s largest fossil fuel producers is on the verge of cleaning up its act. In coming years, Canada can expect a switch […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

You could be standing on an abandoned gas well right this second

Grist: The American landscape is dotted with oil and gas wells that have been abandoned over the years. And if you happen to live atop […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

The temperature spiral chart that scares scientists just got even scarier

Renew Economy: The temperature spiral that took the world by storm has an update. If you think the heat is on in our current climate, […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

Impact Investment Finances Indigenous Community Solar Project

ProBono Australia: In what is believed to be an Australian first, an impact investment loan via two philanthropic foundations has seen a 139-panel solar power […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

OTB Launch Organic Breakfast Campaign

Blue and Green: The Organic Trade Board and Soil Association are once again rallying the independent retailers to help them promote an organic way of […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

More Carbon-Market Cuts Eyed as EU Parliament Starts Debate

Bloomberg: The European Parliament will consider enabling faster carbon reductions in Europe’s emissions market after an assessment in 2023, the strongest signal to date that […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed

Russia moots change to 2030 emissions target

Climate Home: Russia’s deputy prime minister has suggested the country could revisit its 2030 greenhouse gas emissions goal, during a meeting with France environment chief […] Read the original post by miscellaneous

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments closed