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April 4, 2013 It's still the economy, not the environmentSource: NBC News
A new Gallup poll finds that 48 percent of Americans think economic growth should be given priority even if the environment suffers somewhat. In contrast, 43 percent say the environment should get priority even at the risk of...
Source: Huff Post
A recent poll conducted by the Pew Research Center shows that a majority of Americans support the Keystone XL pipeline. According to the nonpartisan group, 66 percent of Americans favor construction of the pipeline, which would...
April 2, 2013 Report links millions of deaths to Chinese air pollution
I4U NEWS - He has kept a low profile, but as the Chinese ambassador to the World Trade Organization, nobody can ignore his job, especially given the slowdown of Chinese exports and the rising trade-remedy cases against China amid...
Source: Science Recorder
The authors concluded that this study is part of the growing body of evidence that suggests the U.S. should change the way it deals with waste water.
April 1, 2013 Poll: Americans want U.S. to prepare for climate changeSource: USA Today
Should the United States prepare for climate change? And who should pay? A Stanford University survey released Thursday finds that 82% of Americans want the nation to prepare, but most don't want government to pay.
March 27, 2013 Half the length of U.S. streams and rivers in poor conditionSource: LA Times
The news from a comprehensive national survey of river and stream health is not good: Only about a fifth of the length of America’s rivers and streams is in good biological condition, while 55% is in poor shape.
Source: The register
A new study has confirmed that at the time of the Pharaohs the world's climate was significantly hotter than it now is for thousands of years - and yet the seas don't appear to have risen, nor did the various other doomsday...
March 7, 2013 Carbon dioxide levels show biggest spike in 15 yearsSource: India Times
NEW DELHI: As governments dilly-dally in climate change negotiations, carbon dioxide levels continue to rise in the atmosphere pushing the world towards an environmental catastrophe. Latest data released by the National Oceanic...
Source: Thomson Reuters
The biggest energy challenge facing the world today is meeting the rapidly growing energy needs of emerging market nations, including the 1.3 billion people that have little or no access to modern energy, according to the World...
WASHINGTON, March 4 (Reuters) - The quickest way to get goods from Asia to the U.S. East Coast in 2050 might well be straight across the Arctic, where a warming climate is expected to open new sea routes through what is now...
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