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At a United Nations climate conference, world leaders agreed on Saturday, December 15, 2007, to negotiate a new global warming pact by 2009.           
Australian scientists have found that kangaroos have a special bacterium in their stomachs that doesn’t contain methane. They are trying to identify this bacterium and…
The tropics around the Earth's equator, about one-fourth of its surface, has been widening for over twenty-five years. According to research by a National Oceanic…
On Wednesday, November 28, 2007, the American Bird Conservancy, along with the Audubon Society, recommended that 178 bird species in the continental United States and…
Thursday, 15 November 2007 22:15

Which country has cleanest automobiles? Dirtiest?

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According to an independent report, based on 2006 statistics, the European Federation for Transport and Environment (EFTE) has found that France’s PSA Peugeot Citroën SA manufacturer…
Harvard University and Penn State researchers have developed a new technology that is an accelerated process to help nature clean the atmosphere.       
The team from the Vanco Artic Survey has transmitted live video from the most northerly location ever during trials in preparation for the survey next…
Moshe Alamaro and Ross Hoffman say that if airplanes drop soot over clouds, then the carbon particles could absorb sunlight that would warm up the…
Tuesday, 16 October 2007 13:56

Expedition to measure the polar meltdown

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Explorer and environmentalist, Pen Hadow, is embarking on an international scientific endeavour to predict more accurately the meltdown date of the North Pole's permanent ice…
Sunday, 14 October 2007 23:11

Urine is found to grow big cabbages

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Kuopio, Finland researchers have discovered that human urine is better than commercial fertilizers in growing bigger cabbages.

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