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Science. Environment
Revealed: the massive scale of UK's water consumption
Sanitation: Creating a stink about the world's wastewater
The Delusion Revolution: We're on the Road to Extinction and in Denial
While a Magician Works, the Mind Does the Tricks
On a planet 4C hotter, all we can prepare for is extinction
Meltdown in the Arctic is speeding up
'Major discovery' from MIT primed to unleash solar revolution
Primates 'face extinction crisis'
Climate change: quest for zero waste
Time is fast running out to stop irreversible climate change
A month without plastic
Discovering How Greeks Computed in 100 B.C.
The Nature of Glass Remains Anything but Clear
Massive Economic Disaster Seems Possible -- Will Survivalists Get the Last Laugh?
You must remember this: how the mind works
World Bank Criticized on Environmental Efforts
Better than new: Give your home an eco facelift
Solar power from Saharan sun could provide Europe's electricity
Global warming is a brutal truth
Gore's Energy Challenge: 'The Future of Human Civilization Is at Stake'
Climate risk from flat-screen TVs
The world's will to tackle climate change is irresistible
E. Coli and You
Can Weeds Help Solve the Climate Crisis
Sea of Trash
Green energy blooms in the desert
How Darwin won the evolution race
Higher Learning Adapts To a Greening Attitude
Bangladesh is set to disappear under the waves by the end of the century
Arctic sea ice melt 'even faster'
Conflicts fuelled by climate change causing new refugee crisis, warns UN
Food Revolution That Starts With Rice
Solar future brightens as oil soars
The drought that dried up the Outback
Nature laid waste: The destruction of Africa
No running water. No flushing loo. No electricity. No television
Hints of 'time before Big Bang'
World's biggest solar farm at centre of Portugal's ambitious energy plan
How power from the people could cut CO2 emissions - with government help
Return of the natives
Loss of biodiversity threatens livelihoods of world's poorest
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- Peruvians sue oil giant over Amazon pollution
- UN scientists warn time is running out to tackle global warming
- Oil company accused of dumping waste in Amazon
- Arctic melt faster

- Global Warming Called Security Threat
- Sea’s Rise in India Buries Islands and a Way of Life

- Town begins the transition to a life without oil
- Earth faces a grim future if global warming isn't slowed
- Climate change 'to hit poor hard'

- The hidden cause of global warming
- UN scientists warn time is running out to tackle global warming
- Germany a Powerhouse in Solar Energy

- Climate change 'can be tackled'
- Global Effort to Save Endangered Crops Gets $37.5 Million Infusion
- World Water Day 2007: Coping with Water Scarcity
- Here goes another century-old fish

- World moves into ecological overdraft today
Humans 'causing stronger storms'
Top scientist's fears for climate
Third of China 'hit by acid rain'
Earth's temperature is dangerously high, Nasa scientists warn
Global warming risk 'much higher'
16,000 Species Said to Face Extinction
Warming trend may contribute to malaria's rise
Life's diversity 'being depleted'
Destroying the Clean Water Act
Old Ways of Life Are Fading as the Arctic Thaws
Marine Species Extinctions Feared
Planet under Pressure
Protecting Our Oceans
The Cells That Rule the Seas
Brownfields


Midwest's windmills generate buzz
Tsunami: Mangroves 'saved lives'
Global warming 'past the point of no return'
Ozone layer most fragile on record
Land of the dead
Amazon gives up its Secrets
Bhopal 'faces risk of poisoning'
Indian computers to use solar energy
Scientist 'gagged' by No 10 after warning of global warming threat
This parched earth
The Healing Power of the Jungle
Warmer Ocean threatens to wipe out coral on Great Barrier Reef
India finds pesticides in colas
Global warming: Climate risk 'to million species'

Global warming will plunge Britain into new ice age 'within decades'
Orang-utans 'may die out by 2025
Global warming: Climate risk 'to million species'
EU nowhere near meeting Kyoto targets
Death knell for the Kyoto treaty
Kyoto Protocol in Peril
The threatened forest people who are learning the language of survival
Time running out' for great apes
Number of Threatened Species Tops 12,000
*Russia 'undecided' on climate deal
*Senate Rejects Global Warming Bill
*Two GM crops face ban for damaging wildlife
*Environmentalists sound alarm over man-made virus
*Oblivion threat to 12,000 species
*Annan slams Bush on global warming
*Scientists Issue Dire Prediction On Warming
*Climate change outstrips forecasts
*ENVIRONMENT-RIGHTS: Tibetan Rights Groups Increase Pressure on Energy Giant
*Oil spill in Galapagos waters
*How animal protesters forced a bank to write off £11m
*Roads lead to Amazon 'destruction'
*150 Nations Start Groundwork for Global Warming Policies
*Companies rush to patent wildlife of the Philippines
*Delhi sustainable development summit
*Canada NPRI -- website to check on pollution…
*More than half the world population live in cities
*'Growing' fire threat to tropical forests
*Farmers adopt new skills to deal with depleted soils
*Americans dash hopes of climate change deal
*Environmental global justice
*UN wants ban on toxic POPs
*Ozone Layer may 'repair' itself
*"We will globalize to India's advantage," -Vajpayee
*Globalization Conference calls for "dialogue of civilizations"
*Rare wildlife trafficker guilty
*New hope for the 1997 Kyoto agreement after The Hague
*Solar storms for real…