Comprehensive Four-Year Study Finds Black Carbon Second Biggest Climate Pollutant Behind Carbon Dioxide
January 15, 2013 12:31 PM - Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development
Double previous climate change estimates
Even stronger in Arctic, darkening snow and ice
and accelerating warming; may also change Asian Monsoons
Diesel engines best mitigation targets,
followed by residential cook stoves, brick kilns, other sources
A New Breed of Conservationists for the Elephants
An action-oriented Public Relations & Crisis Communication firm that
serves one client only: the elephant.
January 14, 2013 10:26 AM - Elephant Advocacy League (EAL)
Los Angeles, California - A New global initiative on elephant protection & welfare, the Elephant Advocacy League (EAL), is born.
Homeowners Seeking Planning Permission Choose Ecological Consultancy from Arbtech
January 7, 2013 01:06 PM - Arbteck
Arbtech have become known as the UK’s leading arboricultural and ecology consultancy. With expert surveyors and consultants across the country, the team are able to offer fast, friendly and reliable advice on a range of topics surrounding planning permission. This month, those seeking planning permission are looking to Arbtech for help who are currently offering their ecological consultancy for a competitive price.
President Obama's Ocean Legacy Continues to Grow as
NOAA Proposes Expanding Marine Protected Areas off California
December 21, 2012 12:05 PM - Marine Conservation Institute
WASHINGTON, DC – On December 20, 2012, the Obama Administration’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and several members of Congress announced a process to more than double the size of two national marine sanctuaries--Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank--off the coast of north-central California. Senator Barbara Boxer, D (CA) and retiring Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, D (CA-6), who have worked for years to preserve this stretch of California’s between Bodega Bay and Pt. Arena, joined with the Obama Administration in making the announcement.
Unique CO2 monitoring technology streamlines process
Sensors offer energy savings and stability in cold environments
December 13, 2012 11:21 AM - Carbon Management Canada
ANTIGONISH, NS, DECEMBER 2012 -- A made-in-Nova Scotia technology to allow for long-term automated monitoring of greenhouse gases is transforming the task into a practical process, even underground. Developed by Professor David Risk, of St. Francis Xavier University’s (StFX) Department of Earth Sciences, the patented sensor-housings function throughout cold winters and without using much power—two significant benefits that competing technologies do not provide.
The Che Guevaras Fighting for the Elephants
December 12, 2012 06:06 PM - Elephant Advocacy League
Los Angeles, California, December 12, 2012 - A New global initiative on elephant protection & welfare, the Elephant Advocacy League (EAL), is born.
An innovative and unconventional organization experienced in fighting poachers in Africa's bush and in engaging the public opinion in the tricky world of global communication.
Not afraid to fight elephant exploitation on both fronts.
Research will improve techniques
for monitoring injection of CO2 underground
Carbon management research in Canada receives a $3.75 M boost
December 12, 2012 12:39 PM - Carbon Management Canada
Quebec City, QC, CANADA -- Researchers are testing new geo-electric techniques that could complement seismic tools in monitoring the injection of carbon dioxide (CO2) into reservoirs deep underground.
All The Caffeine, But a Lot More Green
December 12, 2012 12:26 PM - Fresh Roasted Coffee
For countless people, a morning cup of coffee is the first thing we look forward to when it comes to starting the day. It tastes delicious, it gives you energy -- but there is a darker side to even the darkest roasts. Normal coffee roasting processes create issues such as water pollution, air pollution and unnecessary energy consumption. Thankfully for lovers of coffee and the environment everywhere, there are ways to get your morning pick-me-up without the guilt of not going green.
Endow-Bio, Inc., the First National Endowment for Biodiversity
December 10, 2012 02:34 PM - Endow-Bio
This is the birth announcement of Endow-Bio, Inc., the First National Endowment for Biodiversity. Please help us to publicize our brand new, all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) public charity. Endow-Bio, Inc. operates wholly within the U.S.
Growing Enthusiasm for Reducing Short-Lived Climate Pollutant for Fast Climate Mitigation
Ministers meet in Doha on margins of UN climate talks
December 6, 2012 03:24 PM - Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development
Washington, DC – 25 Ministers met today in a high-level assembly in a small room on the side of the UNFCCC negotiations in Doha, and along with representatives from UNEP the World Bank, and several NGOs, pledged to increase their scale of action to reduce short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs).