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For Fiji Water, a Big List of Green Goals

Fiji Water, with annual sales of about $150 million, is but a drop in the bucket of the $15 billion domestic bottled-water industry. But little [...]

Claudia H. Deutsch (The New York Times | November 7, 2007)

Clinton offers $50 billion global warming plan

Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton called today for creation of a $50 billion strategic energy fund coupled with higher fuel efficiency standards.
The package, which she said [...]

AP (Associated Press | November 5, 2007)

Think tank: Climate affects security

Climate change could be one of the greatest national security challenges ever faced by U.S. policy makers, according to a new joint study by two [...]

Arthur Max (Associated Press | November 5, 2007)

Whales seen in Alaska oil search area

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Endangered humpback whales swam into the Beaufort Sea off Alaska’s northern coast this summer, far beyond their usual range, but federal officials [...]

Associated Press (Associated Press | November 29, 2007)

In Miles of Alleys, Chicago Finds Its Next Environmental Frontier

CHICAGO — If this were any other city, perhaps it would not matter what kind of roadway was underfoot in the back alleys around town. [...]

Susan Saulny (The New York Times | November 28, 2007)

More than a billion trees planted in 2007: UN

More than one billion trees were planted around the world in 2007, with Ethiopia and Mexico leading in the drive to combat climate change through [...]

Bogonko Bosire (Agence France Press | November 28, 2007)

‘24′ Executive Producer Howard Gordon Turns Green

Howard Gordon was never much of an environmentalist. The executive producer of Fox’s “24,” the popular and sometimes controversial counterterrorism drama, Gordon, 46, thought the [...]

Jamie Reno (Newsweek | November 28, 2007)

Tackling climate change to cost 1.6 percent of GDP: UN

Climate change could have apocalyptic consequences for the world’s poor and tackling it will require cuts in greenhouse gases costing 1.6 percent of global annual [...]

AFP (Agence France Press | November 27, 2007)

British business chiefs demand ‘greener’ companies

Britain’s leading employers’ body, the CBI, on Tuesday urged the business sector to tackle climate change, but its ideas drew a lukewarm response from environmental [...]

Frederic Pouchot (Agence France Press | November 27, 2007)

Rising sea floods Indonesian capital

Indonesia’s environment minister said Tuesday that global warming was to blame after the capital of Jakarta was partially flooded, forcing thousands of people to flee [...]

Zakki Hakim (Associated Press | November 27, 2007)