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In his essay "Beyond Sustainababble," Worldwatch Institute President Robert Engelman writes, "We live today in an age of sustainababble,a cacophonous profusion of uses of the word sustainable to mean anythingfrom environmentally better to cool." ... Individual.com, 1 week ago
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Biodiesel Magazine

Global Biofuels Production Falls For First Time Since 2000

Source: World Watch Institute news release In 2012, the combined global production of ethanol and biodiesel fell for the first time since 2000, down 0.4 percent from the figure in 2011. Global ethanol production declined slightly for the second ...
 Agri Marketing2 days ago Global Biofuels Output Drops For First Time Since 2000  USAgNet2 days ago Global ethanol production declined in 2012  Brownfield Network5 days ago Worldwatch Institute: 2012 World Biofuel Production Declines  BioFuels Journal5 days ago
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MotorIndia

Could Plastic Bags Fuel Your Fleet?

According to the Worldwatch Institute, Americans throw away about 100 billion plastic shopping bags each year. However, new research shows that these bags can avoid becoming an environmental hazard through conversion into diesel, natural gas, and ...
 Buildings2 weeks ago Diesel, petro-products from plastic bags  MotorIndia4 days ago Plastic shopping bags make a fine diesel fuel, researchers report  Manitoba Cooperator1 month ago
Environmental News Network

Worldwatch Institute: Ag Subsidies Remain Staple in Industrialized World

These countries-the members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and seven other countries (Brazil, China, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Russia, South Africa, and Ukraine)-are responsible for almost 80 percent of global ...
 Grainnet.com1 month ago World still spends big on agricultural subsidies  Radio New Zealand1 month ago Global Farm Subsidies Decline, but Still High  American Sheep Industry1 month ago Agricultural Subsidies Remain a Staple in the Industrial World  Environmental News Network1 month ago
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Fewer people feeding more people

Worldwatch Institute says the global agricultural population, individuals dependent upon agriculture, hunting, fishing and forestry for their livelihood accounted for 37 percent of the world's population in 2011. (The most recent year for which data ...
 Brownfield Network1 month ago Asia and Africa Home to 95 Percent of Global Agricultural Population  Worldwatch Institute1 month ago USA - Asia and Africa Home to 95 Percent of Global Agricultural Population  Meat Trade News Daily1 month ago New Worldwatch Institute Study: Asia, Africa Home To 95% Of Global Ag Population  Agri Marketing1 month ago
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Women's Representation in Government Still Low

Printer-friendly version Send by email New Worldwatch Institute study examines the number of women active in national legislatures Friday, February 21st, 2014 WASHINGTON, US - In late 2013, women accounted for slightly more than 21 ...
 Korea IT Times1 month ago Women still poorly represented in govt  IT-Online1 month ago
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Brandchannel.com

P&G targeted in global palm oil battle 1

P&G is one of the world's largest consumers of palm oil, and environmentalists say that is leading to deforestation in Indonesia and elsewhere. Greenpeace activists rappel and hang banners off Procter & Gamble's headquarters in Cincinnati on ...
 USA Today1 month ago Greenpeace Targets P&G Over Its Role in Ongoing Palm Oil Controversy  Brandchannel.com1 month ago Procter & Gamble targeted in global palm oil battle  USA Today1 month ago
MSN Canada

Climate change: 4 countries that are fighting the trend

19 miles A crew boat passes through Horns Rev 2, the world's largest wind farm, 30 km (19 miles) off the west coast of Denmark near Esbjerg September 15, 2009. The wind farm is scheduled to officially go online during an opening ceremony on ...
 MSN Canada2 weeks ago PETA Says Environmental Group Must Join April 15 Call for Meat Tax—or Change Its Slogan  PETA4 days ago Terracidal Climate Change Inaction  Counter Currents1 week ago Climate change coverage: Sceptics given too much prominence - gov't panel  Voice of Russia1 week ago
World Future Society

Fusion Energy: Step by Step, Closer to Becoming Reality

Living in San Francisco puts me in relatively close proximity to the world's largest and most powerful laser facility the National Ignition Facility (NIF) at Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, about 50 miles east of me. I have been hearing about this ...
 World Future Society3 weeks ago
Turkish Press

AREVA : Turkey alternative to France for Niger's uranium

Turkey's recent mineral agreement with Niger , the world's fourth largest producer of uranium, might rule out French domination in the industry Anadolu Agency reported. Niger has become the world's fourth-largest producer of the ore after ...
 4 Traders1 month ago Turkey alternative to France for Niger's uranium  Turkish Press1 month ago
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