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The green betrayal

It is the Great Green Betrayal.

Attack on gas-guzzling cars and plastic bags fails to satisfy environmentalists

A promised tax on plastic bags, a pledge to make all new buildings zero-carbon, higher charges for flights, a crackdown on new gas-guzzling cars and a handout to less thirsty ones – Alistair Darling

Eco-towns: The new town that got back to nature

When Rachael and Simon Mortimer first went to look around the newly built Cambourne development in Cambridgeshire three years ago, what impressed them most was the network of cycle paths and the numbe

Deforestation: The hidden cause of global warming

The accelerating destruction of the rainforests that form a precious cooling band around the Earth’s equator, is now being recognised as one of the main causes of climate change.

Back to black: return to coal power

The Government wi ll today anger environmentalists by signalling its support for a controversial new generation of coal-fired power stations and warning that Britain needs to burn more fossil fuels to

Travellers ignore pleas to curb air travel amid growing stampede for long-haul mini-breaks

Holidaymakers are ignoring environmentalists’ calls to limit their air travel and are taking more „indulgent“ long-haul minibreaks than ever before.

Utilities Turn From Coal to Gas, Raising Risk of Price Increase

Stymi ed in their plans to build coal-burning power plants, American utilities are turning to natural gas to meet expected growth in demand, risking a new upward spiral in the price of that fuel.

U.S. Given Poor Marks on the Environment

A new international ranking of environmental performance puts the United States at the bottom of the Group of 8 industrialized nations and 39th among the 149 countries on the list.

An Unconvincing Shade of Green

The Ameri can Le Mans Series, a sports car racing organizer, held a news conference to announce its new Green Racing initiative.

U.N. Warns of Climate-Related Setbacks

A new United Nations report warns that rogress toward prosperity in the world’s poorest regions will be reversed unless rich countries promptly begin curbing emissions linked to global warming while

U.N. Report Describes Risks of Inaction on Climate Change

In its final and most powerful report, a United Nations panel of scientists meeting here describes the mounting risks of climate change in language that is both more specific and forceful than its pre

Romanas Kazakevičius. Žmogus – gamtos vergas, užkratas ar sargas?

Žodis „ekologija“ tikrai gražus. XIX a.

Through Genetics, Tapping a Tree’sPotential as a Source of Energy

It mi ght be true that “only God can make a tree,” as the poet Joyce Kilmer wrote. But genetic engineers can fundamentally redesign them.

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A Threat So Big, Academics Try Collaboration

It is a basic tenet of university research: Economists conduct joint studies, chemists join forces in the laboratory, political scientists share ideas about other cultures — but rarely do the resear