Note:: this post originally appeared on TheCityFix.
Climate change and water scarcity will have a big impact on the food and beverage industry in Asia
By Jessica Forres and Polly Ghazi on August 25, 2009
Here are some quick “reality checks” on common misconceptions about climate change legislation in the United States.
The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) in India initiated an accreditation process to encourage the adoption of more energy efficiency projects through Energy Service Companies (ESCOs).
Sao Paulo recently became one of the first cities in the developing world to implement a citywide plan to fight climate change.
By Sarah McHaney and Peter Veit on August 10, 2009
Two upcoming Senate bills could have a big impact on the Democratic Republic of Congo, by exposing how its 10-year conflict is being funded.
S. 1502 would establish a program managed by the Department of Energy to create a trust fund to ensure prompt compensation for any damages from the geologic storage of carbon dioxide.
Note: this post is a translation of the original article in Portuguese by Ana Carolina Addario, which appeared on Ideia Socioambiental. It is posted here with permission.
The World Resources Institute (WRI) has named Jennifer L. Morgan as director of its Climate and Energy Program.
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