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  • Habitat Creation For Everyone By : Jeffery Nevil
    As the cities, villages and towns grow the nature around us will become depleted and soon habitat creation will grow into our only way to keep our countryside going strong and healthy.
  • Whaling On The High Seas Has Got To Be Stopped By : prolificrandy
    A typical expedition consisting of several small motor boats would round up an entire family of whales and drive them towards the shore. When shallow waters are reached, blunt metal hooks would be inserted into their blow-holes and the whales would be dragged to the shore. The intense pain and stress these animals undergo would certainly be the hei
  • Minimizing the Effects of Water Damage in Your Home By : Jack Landry
    If you are unlucky enough to experience water damage you should be sure that you learn how you are going to deal with it properly. This article describes how you can effectively deal with the water damage you are exposed to.
  • DJ service in Phoenix – the best DJs in town By : Drew Sparks
    Disc Jockeys know what sort of music to play on the proper time and solely skilled and the most effective Disc Jockeys can do this, now if you want to hit your own celebration and you're round Phoenix discovering the perfect DJ service in Phoenix then comes from Reside AZ DJ.

    The Disc Jockeys in the Reside AZ DJ are professionals and so they have even confirmed off their talents by DJing at the top clubs of phoenix, lucky for these round Phoenix to enjoy having these professional Dis...
  • Importance of Quran Education For Muslims By : hafiz are highly qualified and experienced in Islamic education. In addition to their own knowledge and skills they are given thorough reading and learning training before they start teaching the students. Our Quran Tutors are focused on the correct pronunciation of Arabic words from day one, so after taking few classes students feel themselves the difference in the reading of Quran.
  • Should We Take Steps to Preserve the Environment? By : Jon Howe
    The culture of unlimited consumption without any regard for the consequences to the immediate environment around us is definitely not going to be the accepted mode of behavior any longer.
  • Australia's Requirements on Protected Vegetation By : Eva Judge
    Preparing your home for summer storms involves dealing with tree and vegetation on your property, but within legal regulations.
  • Internet Explorer: Some Useful Computing Tips By : Edmund Rampy
    The NetMarketShare.Com has released their recent survey of top browsers in the internet world. And not surprisingly Microsoft Internet Explorer Still tops the list. According to the survey, Microsoft IE shares nearly more than 50% of market share of all browsers in the world. People have bestowed faith in this historic browsers since years old back and still continue to do it.
  • Forming of the California Carbon Emission Legislation By : Daniel Stouffer
    In 2006, the California legislature promised far-reaching legislation to curb the problems associated with global warming. Businesses around the state are now feeling the first effects of this legislation as it rolls out.
  • Carbon Emission Trading, The Basics Explained By : Dwayne Strocen
    The Kyoto Protocol of 1997 was signed by 38 signatory countries to address the issues of greenhouse gasses and resulting climate change issues. The following article will provide an understanding about trading greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Let There Be Dark By : Deblina
    The Earth Hour raises some important questions as to its significance but at the same time, it teaches us a thing or two about reducing emissions. Somewhat!
  • Sorry Charlie: Average Advocacy Fails the Tuna By : Eric Eckl
    Despite overwhelming evidence that the Atlantic tuna is in big trouble and an aggressive campaign by ocean protection groups, the United Nations recently failed to take measures to protect it from further overfishing. Could ocean protection groups make their case more effectively? If so, how?
  • Dr. Manmohan Singh Calls for a United Global Action to Reach Consensus on Climate Change at the 10th By : Merinews Network India
    Giving his inaugural address of the 10th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit, an annual event organized by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), Dr Manmohan Singh Hon? ble Prime Minister of India fully supported IPCC and its leadership.
  • Tenth Delhi Sustainable Development Summit Calls for a Global Integrated Action to Tackle Climate By : Merinews Network India
    The message of the three-day 10th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) , held under the aegis of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) , sent out a clear message to the global community: While the impacts may vary, the nations need to come together as a part of the global community to combat the effects of climate change.
  • Green Mobile Classrooms Help Teach Environmental Issues By : Kimberlie Hutson
    Mobile classrooms and portable buildings can be the perfect solution for schools that need to accommodate a growing number of students. They can be built quicker and offer a fast solution for schools which need to expand their facilities in a short time.
  • Will The Kyoto Protocol Fail to be Revised? By : Daniel Stouffer
    While the Kyoto Protocol is not the be-all and end-all of efforts to contain carbon emissions, it can nevertheless be seen as a historic movement to focus attention on the issue. 2010 will determine the final fate of the Kyoto Protocol's effectiveness.
  • Is The Kyoto Protocol a Failure of Political Will? By : John Eather
    While the Kyoto Protocol is not the be-all and end-all of efforts to contain carbon emissions, it can nevertheless be seen as a historic movement to focus attention on the issue. 2010 will determine the final fate of the Kyoto Protocol's effectiveness.
  • Green Lobbyist Entrepreneur By : Ezra Drissman
    There are lobby and special interest groups for nearly everything in Washington, D.C., trying to get bills passed that are beneficial to their own needs and blocking bills that would stop or hamper those needs in any way. Becoming a green lobbyist is not as easy as announcing that you are only going to work on green issues and policies; you must make sure that you are actually adhering to the same goals that you are extolling.
  • First Step to Grasping the Critical Issues of the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen By : Carol McClelland
    Next week the UN Climate Change Conference starts in Copenhagen. This conference will shape the future of the global green economy. Find out what to look for, and what to expect in this week's Tip of the Week.
  • Copenhagen Strategies for Saving Earth from Overheating By : Klaus H Hemsath
    Escalating carbon dioxide emissions are fouling the Earth's atmosphere and are causing global overheating. A comprehensive plan and enlightened leaders are urgently needed to develop novel energy technologies. Only a mission oriented government agency can marshal the means for preparing engineering solutions and reducing investment risks. Changeover from fossil fuels to emission free, renewable energies will last decades and must begin soon.
  • Environmental Services By : Michiel Van Kets
    Waste management is an ongoing issue that has to be dealt with all over the world. There is no fast solution to how we get rid of the vast amount of waste produced daily; however there are plenty ways it can be controlled and managed.
  • Five Washington Businesses to Be Honored by the EPA for Their Energy Conservation Efforts By : Dellwell
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this week notified five Washington-based businesses that they will receive 2009 ENERGY STAR awards at a ceremony on March 31 in Washington, D.C. The energy conservation efforts of Advantage IQ, Kennedy Associates, Providence Health & Services, Puget Sound Energy and Seattle Lighting all received EPA national recognition.
  • Factory Farming - on its last legs By : josgraf
    the ecological resonance between the animal holocaust and our inner life
  • California Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32): Early Actions for Refrigerant Gas Management By : Daniel Stouffer
    The following explains the California Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32) at summary level with a short introduction to the Stationary Equipment Refrigerant Management Program to be integrated into the AB 32 legislation in 2009. Communicated here is information related to existing and emerging refrigerant gas management, monitoring, tracking, and reporting legislation to be effective in 2010.
  • Environmental and Social Development Projects in South Africa By : Rosemary Grace Brooks
    Environmental and social development projects in South Africa in Gansbaai are being created by Grootbos in the form of eco-tourism and responsible tourism.
  • The Kyoto Protocol - A-Z of Global Warming By : Simon Rosser
    This article explains the Kyoto Protocol in simple terms. How it came about, why, and its relevance to global warming and climate change.
  • Wildlife Volunteering in Africa – You2Africa By : Tara McGovern
    You don’t need to be an animal expert to volunteer for wildlife projects. All you need is a genuine love for animals and the enthusiasm to help
  • Can Sustainable Development Be Clean AND cheap? A Promising 'Carbon Credits' Case Study By : Daniel Lafleche
    This article explores the workings of the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism, and how it helps firms in developing nations achieve sustainability.
  • A Visualization of the Urban Legend Called, Man Made Global Warming By : John DeJong
    About the only fact pertaining to Man Made Global Warming is that there are many people across the world making tons of money by perpetrating a junk science hoax.
  • Eco-Minded Skiers Take the Train By : Roger Munns
    With the 2008 ski season upon us, more European skiiers are switching from flights to trains to help the environment.
  • Malta Hilton Crowned 'Regional Energy Champion' By : Roger Munns
    The Hilton Hotel group has been taking major initiatives on the environment, with the Hilton in Malta doing particularly well.
  • Stop whaling By : Michael Kelly-Gleeson
    In 2006, the Saint Kitts and Nevis Declaration opened doors for whaling in countries where whaling was previously prohibited. The Saint Kitts and Nevis Declaration was adopted by the slimmest possible margin by the IWC (International Whaling Commission) and is expected to pave the way for commercial whaling. Already, countries like Japan are killing more than 1300 whales every year, the 1300 whales killed every year are ‘taken’ under special permit and Japan still holds that it is hunting whales for purely ‘scientific’ purposes. Although Japan initially started by allowing only hunting of Minke whales; the Fin whale, Sei whale and Sperm whale is also hunted under special permit today.
  • Wanted - A New Generation of Environmental Leaders By : Paul Hannam
    Paul Hannam argues that it's people in organisations who will provide the solutions to the world's biggest environmental challenges.
  • Monaco Set To Cut 2007 Carbon Emissions By : Roger Munns
    A campaign by Prince Albert of Monaco to make fellow world leaders aware of environmental issues is being matched at home with a radical drive to make Monaco one of the leading environmentally friendly countries in the world.

    The plan initiated by Prince Albert is already being implemented with resulting reduced emissions...
  • What Are Alternative Fuels And How Do They Effect Our Enviroment? By : Dwayne Garrett
    Right now in the United States, there is a huge push for people to use alternative fuels as opposed to gasoline.
  • Mauritius Island, Energy saving project By : André Lee
    Insulate your room properly in order to avoid any loss of energy. Use solar powered lights in your garden and driveway. Design your house and office in order to allow the maximum light. Switch off any electrical appliances and equipment which otherwise are left on stand-by-mode.
  • How Can We Stop Global Warming with a Bracelet? By : Nathan Brown
    This article describes how a bracelet can help you fight global warming by increasing your awareness as well as by helping others learn how we can stop global warming.
  • Why Use Recycled Plastic Lumber? By : Donna Reed
    The environmental and economical advantages of recycled plastic lumber products.
  • Monaco Yachts Go A Shade Of Green For 2007 Show By : Monaco
    Monaco is used to welcoming the world's wealthy, and the world's richest men and women will soon be visiting again for the superyacht show, a unique annual event in the yachting calendar.

    While millionaires and billionaires sip champagne and ponder buying a yacht that would be beyond the reach of mere lottery winners, the organisers have successfully made past events carbon neutral.

    This year will be no exception as Monaco shows the rich they can be environmentally friendly.
  • Saying Farewell To The World's Exotic Birds By : Adrian Adams
    A lot of fuss has been made over the continual destruction of the rainforest and the amount of damage that is caused by illegal logging.
  • Raise Money For Charity Without Spending A Cent By : Christine Harrell
    When most people think of supporting charities, they think of money. This can be a problem for people who are struggling to support their own families.
  • Global Warming Could Turn Tax Haven Cold By : Roger Munns
    Carbon Emissions, solar energy, the melting Arctic and the environment have been top of Prince Albert of Monaco's agenda for the last year, but as he continues his campaign to highlight the environment as a top political issue, press reports suggest that two of his staff have left.

    Will climate change be too hot an issue for some of his subjects too?
  • How We Can Change Our Lifestyles To Preserve The Rainforest By : Adrian Adams
    We should all be concerned with saving the rainforest, and we can do our part by making small changes to our lifestyles.
  • Monte Carlo Yacht Show 2007 To Be Carbon Neutral By : Roger Munns
    While millionaires and billionaires sip champagne and ponder buying a yacht at this year's Monte Carlo Yacht Show that would be beyond the reach of mere lottery winners, the organisers have successfully made past events carbon neutral.

    This year will be no exception as Monte Carlo shows the rich they can be environmentally friendly too.
  • CFL Light Bulbs In Texas - Not The Brightest Idea? By : Pat Carpenter
    Mercury is poisonous, yet it's a critical part of most compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), the kind that environmentalists and some governments are pushing as a new way to cut energy consumption.
  • Why Unleaded Fuel and Why Now? By : David Stargel
    Everyone is aware that we need to give our environment a hand wherever we can. NASCAR is trying to do their part with unleaded fuel.
  • Global Warming And You By : Mike Blissett
    Being inspired to make positive changes for our planet and future generations surely is the biggest legacy any of us can leave, isn't it?
  • Climate Change Campaign Begins At Home For Monaco By : Monte Carlo
    While Prince Albert of tax haven Monaco champions the environmental cause to decision makers in Europe and the US, his attention has also turned to green matters in his tax haven Principality.

    A plan to cut carbon emissions has been unveiled, and it could make Monaco one of the world's most environmentally friendly countries.

    When implemented it could see Monaco held up as an example to the world.
  • How to Process Biodiesel By : Matt OConnor
    A biodiesel processor is a device used to produce biodiesel from vegetable oil. It's usually a combination of a reaction vessel and collection area. Biodiesel processors are available as industrial grade systems as well as for homebrew processes.
  • Smart Homes to Eat Their Own Rubbish By : Derek Both
    Wouldn't it be nice if we could all do something to help with global warming? Actually, wait a minute, we can! You would have to be on a different planet not to know about how bad global warming has become. You only need to take a look out of the window to observe the ever increasingly unpredictable weather.
  • Warming Of The Arctic By : Gordon Petten
    Science Daily has published The Arctic is warming much more rapidly than previously known
  • Global Warming Events By : Gordon Petten
    Global warming is a phenomenon that is way beyond and over the level of awareness of the man on the street, but whose impact is felt by him wherever he every nook around the world
  • Why You Should Have Your Own Biodiesel Kit By : Matt OConnor
    If you are looking for a way to save on your fuel costs, it's time for you to take a look at the different fuel alternatives available for you...
  • Patriotic People Recycle! By : Mac Bartine
    The article "Patriotic People Recycle!" uses basic statistics from the Environmental Protection Agency and other reputable sources to illustrate the compelling benefits to a nation when its citizenry recycles.
  • Global Warming Campaign Could Melt Support For Monaco Prince By : Monaco
    Ambassadors, diplomats and European leaders have been reminded by Prince Albert of Monaco at every opportunity about the environment, and he recently accompanied Prince Charles on a visit to his Poundbury village project in England.

    Are some of his subjects becoming a little restless in his tax haven?
  • Some Strong Benefits of UPS Replacement Batteries By : Keith Londrie
    As our knowledge grows so great that an Eyclopedia now must have 30 plus volumes, as our understanding of the planet around the us expands, all the while the need for electrical sources also expense, most universally in the form of the battery.
  • Bio-Diesel Generators - Some Faqs Answered By : Jason Uvios
    Endless exposure to environmental pollution makes us contemplate a world that will be untainted and quiet and free of all kinds of impurities. Well, this is not impossible to achieve if we become a little careful about our environment and start using such products that cause less pollution in the world.
  • Wind Powered Generators - Some Faqs Answered By : Jason Uvios
    The nature has paid the price for extraordinary expansion of human civilization; the non-renewable energy resources of the world have been nearly exhausted. Now scientists all over the world are trying to work out a solution to make up the energy shortage that the human civilization is going to face in the coming years.
  • Biodiesel and Its Impact on the Environment By : Matt OConnor
    Biodiesel has been getting its share of interest among people in the search for alternative fuels. The cost of oils has been steadily going up in the worldwide market and many think it is time to find alternative sources to tone down in some way the rising costs of using gas and other petroleum-derived fuels. One of the alternatives found to have promise is the production of biodiesel.
  • Mother Cow Report Card By : Victor Epand
    Let's evaluate the Mother Cow program by a set of standards (abbreviated here) that I posted a year ago. The point here is not to attack Mother Cow, but rather by revealing positive standards of cow protection to promote the defense of Dharma in all cow protection programs.
  • The Air We Breathe By : Gary Tooth
    Air pollution isn't just a problem for poor, undeveloped, or developing countries, it's a global issue. If any of us care about our children, our children's children and their children, then we humans as a race should sit up and take issue regarding the quality of the air we breathe as a very, very serious concern. Remember, the planet is in our hands, and we only have the one.
  • How To Adopt A Soldier with Prepaid Phone Cards for Soldiers By : Brian Hawkins
    Learn several ways that you can support our troops with ways that you can adopt a soldier. Learn some of the effective ways that you can get involved and great military gifts that are I need such as International prepaid phone cards for soldiers.
  • How To Have A Successful Fundraiser By : Karen Singer
    How to run a successful fundraiser.
  • Prince Albert of Monaco Establishes New Environment Foundation By : Roger Munns
    In his latest attempt to highlight the environment as an issue to be addressed by fellow world leaders, Prince Albert of Monaco has stepped up his campaign by launching a new foundation to stop the rise in global warming.

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