China navigates a cleaner maritime industry

November 14, 2017 by  
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Port cities and coastal nations will watch closely to see if China can reduce shipping emissions through its five-year plan.

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New Book Concludes That Fish Feel Pain Too

December 7, 2010 by  
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Flickr Commons I caught a fish once; the hook went right through its eye. It was too small to keep and I was disgusted as I pulled the hook out, the eye came with it. I never fished again.

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We Need More Trees: Greeting Cards by Petz Scholtus Celebrate 2011 Year of the Forests (Interview)

December 7, 2010 by  
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All images via www.pokodesign.com We love this join-the-dots co-creative design for a New Year’s greeting card by our very own TreeHugger Barcelona correspondent Petz Scholtus .

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Corals Reefs Will Be Wiped Out By 2050, Expert Says

December 7, 2010 by  
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Photo by laszlo-photo via Flickr creative commons First the news was that if we don’t change our habits around fishing, all the world’s fisheries will be wiped out by 2050.

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Turning Printed Words into (Non-Literary) Works of Art

November 26, 2010 by  
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A recycled-paper necklace by Devi Chand. Photo: hippie kingdom . Feeling the weight of a book in my hands, flipping back through its pages to re-read a particularly crucial or well-written paragraph, using a bookmark to hold my place while I ponder what I’ve just read — those are some of the things I still love about reading

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