How Is China’s Recycling Ban Affecting U.S. Cities?

February 6, 2018 by  
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Despite the perception among some that relations between the United … The post How Is China’s Recycling Ban Affecting U.S. Cities? appeared first on Earth911.com.

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Hong Kong Green Jail Ignites Firestorm

November 17, 2010 by  
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Hong Kong’s first jail designed to meet green building standards has ignited a firestorm over the perception that the government is putting the needs of prisoners over impoverished citizens.

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Just How Entertaining Can Climate Change Really Be?

February 5, 2010 by  
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All images by author: KT Tunstall, Robyn HItchock, Graham Coxon + Kathryn Williams performing at SHIFT Festival If anyone needs a right good laugh it’s surely those ever so glum and deadly serious environmentalists. One of the many problems with the perception of climate change and sustainability is that people still think it’s utterly depressing, self sacrificing and worthy – how dull! Last week at the Southbank Centre in London the

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Winter Olympics Have Too Much Green and Some Snow

February 5, 2010 by  
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Image from engadget The Vancouver Winter Olympics are starting next week and there is a lot of rain in Vancouver…and not that much snow on the mountain. The truth is they are calling them the Spring Olympics because there is a little too much green happening right now.

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Would Obama’s Spending Freeze Hit Energy and Environment Programs?

January 26, 2010 by  
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Photo via San Francisco Sentinel You’ve likely heard the news by now that Obama has proposed a 3 year “spending freeze” to help shrink the deficit and to reign in the perception that he’s a frivolous ‘tax and spender’. The freeze would leave entitlement programs–Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security–and defense spending–veteran’s benefits, military budget–unaffected (yes, despite the fact that those areas are home to the most bloat), but would make most other programs vulnerable

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