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Green turtles face danger of extinction globally for different reasons including global warming
Potential new solution to 21st century global challenge, says author
The centre has called several times for the publication of environmental impact assessment studies
Monsanto’s takeover by Bayer could create a GMO juggernaut too powerful for Europe to resist, while conveniently “disappearing” a tarnished brand, critics say. Concerns abound over concentration in the seed market.
The leaders of the world’s most important nations are in China this weekend for the annual G20 meeting. Among the hopes for this year’s summit: New China-US joint commitments to fight climate change could be on the menu.
The studies are too technical for the public to understand, says EEAA manager
The centre calls for factories to be transferred away from the residential block following a recent visit
The final Republican platform, released Monday, would pull the United States out of the international climate accord, open national forests for logging and declare coal a “clean energy resource.”
19 of the world’s 78 whale species currently live in the Mediterranean Sea, says researcher
Conventional agriculture in Europe is facing problems. But in Germany, an old solution is again coming to the fore: community-supported agriculture. It brings together producers and consumers, enabling organic farming.
Fahmy is expected to give a speech on behalf of AMCEN leaders during his two-day visit
Both the UN Environment Programme and the UN Climate Change Convention are getting new leaders. UNEP will be led by a former environment minister of Norway and UNFCCC by Mexico’s current Ambassador to Germany.
When consumers constantly upgrade to the latest smart phone, this carries a heavy environmental cost. Although recycling helps, the underlying problem is economic growth versus the environment. How can this be solved?
Egypt aims for gradual transition into green purchases amid growing concern over coal expansion
Egypt releases third national communication report on climate change
CO2 emissions coming from coal use is upwards of 50m tonnes, says ECESR
Amendments to allow coal to be imported, after it was prohibited previously
Trump has clinched yet another key victory and could become the next US president. But a President Trump could, with the stroke of a pen, undo reams of environmental law – and endanger the global climate agreement.
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Lawsuit was filed earlier by families of Wady El-Qamar against government officials for allowing coal use in a nearby cement factory
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We can learn a lot from children’s TV shows, including about biodiversity and how to care for our planet. Here are nine cartoons and shows that inspired generations to fight for the environment.
Egypt contributes 0.6% to world’s CO2 emissions; yet, is among most vulnerable to the effects of climate change