July 28, 2016

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Madagascar Timber Crisis

Soaring demand in China and political unrest in Madagascar are fuelling illegal logging for hardwoods in the African nation, a report concludes.

Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss

In the months after the BP oil spill, the company announced that its gaffe-prone CEO, Tony Hayward, would be replaced by Bob Dudley.

Misleading Green Labeling

Confused by all the "green" claims of products on store shelves out there? There's good reason to be.

World's Biggest Solar-Power Plant to Get U.S. Approval

The Obama administration will announce later Monday that it has approved a permit for what will be the world's biggest solar power plant.

US Navy tests algae biofuel in Riverine Command Boat

The US Navy has carried out a full power demonstration of a biofuel blend based on 50% algae-based diesel.

BP CEO slams media, rivals for boosting spill fears

BP's new chief executive said its rivals and the media had helped cause a climate of fear during the worst ever oil spill...

Wikileaks Documents Describe Torture of Detainees

The Iraqi government should investigate credible reports that its forces engaged in torture and systematic abuse of detainees, Human Rights Watch said today.

Fight for Carbon Law Receives Funding

Clean-energy investors and environmentalists in California raised $11.9 million in the past two weeks to snuff out a challenge to the state’s global-warming...

Novel Idea for Collecting Whale Snot via R/C Helicopter Wins Ig Nobel Prize

If ever there was a fun job -- and conversation starter -- it's figuring out how to collect tissue samples from live whales.

Hemp Is the Far Bigger Economic Issue Hiding Behind Legal Marijuana

Multi-billion-dollar crop has been staple of human agriculture for thousands of years.




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