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  • About Car Emissions  By : Ekrem Gundogdu
    In all stages of the vehicle development process, emission laboratory is used for development testing. For instance, the engine parameters have been optimized for reducing emissions.
  • Some Ideas to Protect the Natural Environment  By : chuck
    When we talk about the environment, generally we are referring to the state of the natural ecosystem. A natural ecosystem is the sum total of the different
  • Three Good Reasons For Not Giving A Damn About Climate Change  By : Rev.David B. Smith
    My passion for social justice has earned me a lot of labels over the years. I’ve been branded unpatriotic (because of my friendships with Muslims). I’ve been called anti-Semitic (because of my commitment to Palestinian human rights). I’ve been told that I’m a disgrace to the church (because I’m too concerned with feeding bodies and not souls). And, of course, I’ve been called a leftist ratbag.
  • How Will Cap-and-Trade Affect Wind Energy?  By : Niraj Patel.
    The “Cap and Trade” legislation, if passed, will only bolster the longevity of the wind industry.
  • What Permitting Issues do I Need to Consider When Developing a Wind Farm?  By : Niraj Patel.
    Vert simplifies the permitting process and ease the path for wind developers.
  • Various Explanations Why Battery Water Has To Be Devoid Of Ions  By : Joalesto
    There is a huge requirement for pure water because tap water provides not much or no purpose in several industrial procedures. As you have previously learned of the advantage of distilled water in laboratory and cleaning uses, it is also an essential element of battery fluid-electrolyte unit, as tap water has ions that brings about electrolyte disproportion in battery fluid.
  • Carbon Footprint: How Creating a Sustainable Business Makes You Money  By : Dr. Ken Pollock
    Sustainability in a business environment doesn’t necessarily have to cost money. Becoming carbon neutral is a must, not only for marketing to anyone under 35, with kids, or who likes to breathe clean air, but it also creates a significant profitable money drop right to your bottom line.
  • Being Aware Of The Characteristics And Significance Of Deionized Water  By : Joalesto
    You may have been told about deionized water before but you never really got the chance to know about it comprehensively. When people alleged that in the upcoming years clean water would not be available anymore, they may have not learned of deionized water until now. Anyway, at this time it is here and it can offer you not just clean water but pure water as well.
  • The Various Methods Of Producing Pure Water  By : Joalesto
    So much has been done to ruin our world today and even the most essential of all resources have become insufficient as a result of contamination. An example of this is water. However, because of science, hope is only near the bend, especially now that we have the idea on the ways to process pure water.
  • The Various Kinds Of Water Solutions Being Used In Chemical Laboratories And Industries  By : Joalesto
    There are various types of water solutions produced for particular reasons but normally the applications regularly include chemical test, titration and preparation. These mixtures include pH buffer solutions, pH indicator solutions and standard solutions, which are all important in laboratory tests that include chemical testings and preparation of other chemicals.
  • A General Summary Of How Analysis Water Is Produced  By : Joalesto
    Analysis water is the purest type of water purposely made for comprehensive use in scientific laboratories that involve chemical tests and preparations to yield precise outcomes. The process of coming up with this kind of water is complex and while this is needed in the laboratory, it is not a household requirement.
  • What is an Environmental Lobbyist  By : Ezra Drissman
    Basically, the job of an environmental lobbyist involves persuading politicians on the local and national levels, in both the legislative and executive branches of government, to pass laws, policies and regulations for a cleaner environment.
  • Plastic Bag Alternatives  By : Jafree Gurner
    This article will give some alternatives to the plastic bags that taint the taste of your food.
  • Don’t Purchase a Vacuum Cleaner Until You Read This  By : Frank Froggatt
    If you are planning to really clean your home, car, camper, or job site, you’ll want to check out one of the many types of vacuum cleaners. There are several out there, with each one offering you an array of special uses and features.
  • 500 Reasons to Recycle  By : Mark Saunders
    Under the logo of Bag Monster TM is the inscription: “1 year, 1 shopper, 500 bags”. This is about 10 plastic shopping bags a week. 500 bags don’t seem to amount too much until one weighs the economic, social and environmental costs of producing 1 plastic bag:
  • 5 Ways to Reduce Your Company’s Carbon Footprint While Saving Money  By : Dr. Ken Pollock
    Going Green at work doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to build a new building out of used tires, or procure all new energy saving computer and office equipment. It is possible to work towards carbon neutrality without breaking the bank, and then supplement your efforts with cost-effective carbon credits.
  • What is an Environmental Educator  By : Ezra Drissman
    An environmental educator empowers individuals to take positive action towards the protection and preservation of natural resources. Thus, this job is best suited for individuals who have a passion for the environment, for education and for action.
  • Cypher International LTD: A Global Leader In Environmental Treatment Solutions  By : Toan Dinh
    Cypher Ltd. has been providing environmental treatment solutions for many years and has established themselves as a leader as global suppliers of certified natural geophysical treatment solutions.
  • Basics of Waste Management  By : Michiel Van Kets
    Waste management is a puzzle to most people, but whether you run a small office or own a large company it is a topic you should be researching. Waste management is everyone’s responsibility and an environmentally friendly process; specialized environ
  • CPR Systems Online – How To Finance The Best Metal Cleaning Equipment Available  By : Toan Dinh
    Below, we’ve outlined four great ways for you to maximize your assets and enable you to phosphatize the most efficient way possible.
  • The Many Factors That Affect Chemical Disinfectants And Its Significant Applications  By : Joalesto
    Certain factors are capable of changing the disinfectant effects of various chemical compounds. Thus, it is crucial to know these factors so as to understand its applications.
  • Help in Understanding and Choosing Environmental Consulting Firms  By : prostatecancer
    Environmental consulting firms offer exactly what the title implies. They offer consulting on things concerning environmental due diligence, and how organizations can comply with certain standards and requirements set by law regarding their property
  • Environmental Engineering Services and Our Nation’s Future  By : prostatecancer
    There is an increasing demand for environmental engineering services today. Why are they needed? How can an ordinary person benefit from the work that they do? Read the full article to know all this.
  • How to Perform a Disappearing Act With Dust Control Systems  By : Mark Sierra
    Dust control systems are designed to remove dust from the air or at least limit the amount of airborne dust. Doing so helps remove hazardous conditions that can cause respiratory and visibility problems.
  • Are Climate Change Skeptics Credible?  By : Jean Cannon
    Who should we believe about climate change? Geologists who study rocks, rock formations and the past or atmospheric physicists who study the man made changes in the atmosphere and the impact this has on our weather patterns. Even if the majority of scientists are wrong, is this a risk you want to take for your children? You can reduce your carbon footprint with sensible energy management and it is easy to go green.
  • Step We Can Take to Reduce Marine Pollution  By : Beverly Saltonstall
    Marine pollution directly impacts nearly half the population on this plant and indirectly affects humans through the consumption of food containing toxins from feed given to livestock that contains contaminated fish products. Major changes need to be made to correct the marine pollution problem.
  • Possible Applications For Glycerol As An Important Organic Chemical  By : Joalesto
    Commonly known as glycerin or glycerine, this organic chemical has acquired significance in the previous years as by-product escalated, thus cutting down its cost significantly. Glycerol is presently being introduced again into various manufacturing industries primarily due to its hygroscopic element.
  • Organic Farming versus Conventional Farming System  By : Helen Disler
    If you are one of the 81% of farmers still farming conventionally and using chemicals and synthetic fertilizers it is completely understandable.

    Why?
    Because for decades that’s what has been advocated to the farmer by the industry.
    There is so much ”proof” research, trial work, field tri
  • Urgently Needed Water Pollution Solutions Critical for Survival  By : Coastal Enterprises
    The high demand for water pollution solutions increases as the threat to the survival of this generation as we know it is increasing, due to increasing toxic waste in water and the pollution levels in our environment.


    Because of this, people are now becoming more aware of the importance of take car
  • How To Reverse The Causes of Ozone Layer Destruction  By : Daniel Stouffer
    Since the causes of ozone layer depletion were identified, solutions were put into place to reduce or eliminate their usage. The U.S. Clean Air Act and the Montreal Protocols address the problem internationally. The goal of these treaties is to stop the damage to the ozone layer by phasing out known contributors.
  • The Dangers of R22 Refrigerant to the Environment  By : Daniel Stouffer
    As a result of new environmental laws, managing the use of R22 refrigerant gas is more important than ever as government regulators can conduct unannounced spot checks to ensure tracking records comply with the reporting requirements. If there is a refrigerant leak, documentation must show how the gases were recovered. All of this is not to mention the supply of R22 will be 20 percent below market demand starting in 2010.
  • A Summary Of Pending Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reporting Regulations  By : Daniel Stouffer
    The newly formed Obama administration has listed greenhouse gas (GHG) tracking and reporting as a major goal, with the objective of protecting the future of the environment by reducing today’s carbon footprint. If no action were taken, the makeup of the earth would significantly altered. Future actions will establish a market drive carbon cap and trade program to drive GHG emissions reductions.
  • What is Eco Condom?  By : ajcones
    Are you someone who practices safe sex in order to protect yourself and your partner from unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases? Do you see yourself as someone who is responsible in your sex life, and as a person who thinks first before doing any actions? Well, you may be very safe when it comes to your health and you are most probably responsible with your sexual partner’s well being if you answered yes to both, but have you ever thought about how the production and disposal of condoms actually impact the environment?
  • Organizations Of All Sizes Must Understand And Track Fugitive Emissions  By : Daniel Stouffer
    Organizations are required to track the refrigerant leak rates and report annul refrigerant usage it to the EPA. Fugitive emissions in particular are defined in carbon emissions reporting protocols as one of four emissions scopes that will be regulated.
  • Global Warming – Are We To Blame  By : Doug King
    The notion that man and his activities are the main reason for the rise in global temperatures is a premature conclusion. So why is the media so convinced otherwise?
  • How to Understand The U.S. Clean Air Act  By : Daniel Stouffer
    Overseeing The U.S. Clean Air Act is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Among the issues the federal law addresses are air pollution prevention and control, ozone protection, air quality, carbon emission reporting (future additions), requirements to limit the deterioration of air quality, and to protect the ozone layer.
  • Effects of Littering on the Environment  By : Anna Williams
    Litter in our surroundings is an important environmental issue, which many people overlook.
  • Why Don’t We Stimulate the Environment?  By : David Mudie
    Can we afford for these jobs to be lost? That’s the question that everyone is asking as we try to save the economy by providing money to the car manufactures.

    I’m sorry, are we missing the point?

    Automobiles are the most expensive and most destructive means of transit. So why are people not
  • Carbon Footprints  By : Addison Deon
    Carbon Footprints are identified as two types, basically the primary footprint and the secondary footprint. The primary Carbon Footprint is the measure of the direct carbon dioxide gas emissions caused due to the burning of the fossil fuels. If you personally wish to contribute to control global warming, monitoring your personal Carbon Footprint is very important. There are various online tools that can be used to measure your Carbon Footprint such as carbon calculator.
  • Refrigerant Leaks Result in Business and Environmental Issues  By : Daniel Stouffer
    In the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set strict standards for regulating and monitoring a refrigerant leak. The Montreal Protocol and Kyoto Protocols were both created to establish similar environmental standards internationally. These regulations include protocols for repairing refrigerant leaks or disposing of systems within a certain time frame.
  • Why We Should Use Carbon Offsets?  By : Ian Harvey
    We need to deal with the challenge of dealing with the impact of carbon emissions is an area that has been long overlooked by the global community. Many nations have made strides to promote the need to Reduce Carbon Emissions. It’s time to wake up and explore how you can make a difference in the battle against the environmentally damaging effects of carbon emissions. To reduce the carbon Emissions every country should take help of Carbon Offsets.
  • Oil Spill Containment Booms  By : Bulbeck
    How can oil containment booms help contain oil spills and prevent damage to an increasingly delicate environment?
  • Why Climate Change is Not Worth Worrying About  By : Sam Deane
    Sam Deane asks the tough questions about climate change. He challenges you to look again at the source of the problem and comes to some surprising conclusions.
  • Global Warming – Views for the Week  By : Mervyn Rees
    Why is the second largest producer of CO2 emissions, China, exempt from any of the regulations in the Kyoto Protocol? China’s emissions have increased 40% from 1990 to 2003, but because the country was classified as a third world nation and the Kyoto Protocol was never amended to address any rapid industrial development, China gets a free pass.
  • A Very Hot Topic  By : Pat Brill
    Whether you look online, turn on the television, or pick up a newspaper, you are likely to see something on global warming. Global warming is a “hot” topic.
  • Global Warming – Hoax?  By : Anna Williams
    A common-sense approach to the facts about Global Warming, aside from arguments, principles, and opinions.
  • Why Glaciers and Polar Ice are Melting Faster  By : Klaus H Hemsath
    Melting of glaciers and ice sheets in Polar Regions is accelerating. This results in a faster rise of sea levels. Media and scientists express surprise that the polar ice around the North Pole is reacting this way. Ice melting can be understood when looking at the basic heat transfer processes that are at work in winter and in summer. Ice melting is the direct result of atmospheric carbon dioxide accumulation.
  • “Carbon Services Pakistan”  By : Omar Malik
    Carbon Services is a specialized consulting enterprise which provides finance and consulting services for Pakistani enterprises, in close cooperation with foreign governments and enterprises in Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction field.
  • Hurricanes and Ice  By : Mervyn Rees
    More Hurricanes caused by Global Warming? Because of the recent events and devastation caused Hurricane Katrina, many notable Scholars, Politicians and Scientists are blaming global warming for the increased activity and strength of hurricanes.
  • Global Warming – The Effect of CFC Gases  By : Mervyn Rees
    If you’re able to use a computer and can read this newsletter, you’ll have no doubt heard about global warming.
  • Many Cities Declare Ban on Plastic Bags  By : Aplasticbag
    Environmentalists have a fair share to say against plastic, but it is in just about everything we use on a day to day basis.
  • A-Z of Global Warming: Deforestation  By : Simon Rosser
    Article about deforestation and relevance to global warming
  • Your World, My World?  By : The Impact of World Wide Earth Hour  By : Olga Peicheva
    Unlike most other recognized events, Earth Hour symbolizes the impact that individuals, businesses, communities, and governments can have on the environment.
  • Science, Healthy Lifestyles, Global Warming – Yes, Canada Has Bananas  By : Derek Dashwood
    Science shows us how global warming is causing polar caps to melt and the possible need to many areas of the world to go Dutch and accept they live under the sea,and work enough to earn enough to protect themselves, and still thrive with one of the highest standards of life on earth. So it can be done.
  • What is the Outlook for the Availability of Fossil Fuels?  By : Paul Calhoun
    Just how long do we have until we run out of fossil fuels? There are many studies that address this question and there is general agreement as when these energies are depleted.
  • A-Z of Global Warming: Amazon Rainforest  By : Simon Rosser
    This article is taken from The A-Z of Global Warming, a book on all issues relating to global warming and climate change written in unique A-Z format. The Article is first in a series of extracts from the book, to be published in May 2008.
  • The Greenhouse Effect – What Is It?  By : Kenneth Scott
    There has been much discussion, both among experts and lay people, about the greenhouse effect.
  • Prince Albert Raises Money For The Monaco Environment  By : Roger Munns
    As global warming becomes an increasingly debated subject, for one leader in Europe there’s no doubt that the future of the planet is in jeopardy.
  • How Much Time Do We have?  By : Terrence Aubrey
    It has become clear that mankind has evolved in such a direction as to actually damage the very planet we share and live on. Can we change the way we live and the attitudes we have developed, towards life and living and do we have time?
  • Environmental Technologies and their benefits  By : Rose Diana
    With the globe becoming increasingly pollution-prone, all of us face the threat of a dark future devoid of the present beauties of the world. Globally, there is an alarming increase in environmental pollution. Considering the depletion of useful natural resources and the pollution of the environment, the predictions about the end of the Earth no more seem to be wild fantasies. In such a bleak scenario, only environment-friendly technologies can save us from environmental disasters.
  • Ink Cartridges Contribute To Saving The Planet  By : Catherine Harvey
    A look at how the choice you make when buying an ink cartridge can help or hinder the issue of global warming.
  • Climate Change to Reduce European Holidays to the Mediterranean  By : Roger Munns
    It’s a battle royal in 2008 as environmentalists see air travel as a main contributor to carbon emissions.

    The holiday companies are offering better deals than ever before in financial terms – the green lobby says it will cost the earth.
  • Environment – Biodiversity and Ecosystems  By : carolyn
    Our global ecosystem is home to earth’s entire collection of living organisms and the habitats in which they live. Biodiversity forms part of the earth’s ecosystem and is short for biological diversity, a term used to describe the whole variety of life on earth.
  • Are You Looking For Energy Performance Certificate Advisors?  By : Jason Gardner
    Environmental-surveyors.com (Wilbourn Associates) is the one stop shop site that can help you get Energy performance certificate advisors. The professional surveyors employed by the company are very efficient and qualified, and can provide expert advice regarding the optimum use of energy in your property along with issuing Energy Performance Certificates.
  • Need For Energy Performance Certificate Consultants  By : Jason Gardner
    Energy performance certificate consultants play a crucial role in enabling individuals to decide upon the procedures for gaining the best Energy Performance Certificates. With these certificates, individuals are able to safeguard compliances that are related to energy security needs such as maintaining adequate checks against environmental mechanisms.
  • Accredited Energy Performance Certificate Providers  By : Jason Gardner
    Environmental-surveyors.com is one of the Accredited Energy Performance Certificate Providers in the UK which enables residents to gain energy performance certificates. Energy conservation concerns in the private industry have lead to special regulations in the businesses world as well that require them to have adequate certifications which state the measures through which businesses should maintain environmental standardization.
  • Energy Performance Certificate – The Most Energy Efficient Products  By : Jason Gardner
    The certificate which explains in detail the energy consumed by a household and the efficiency of the use of energy by that household is referred to as Energy Performance Certificate. These certificates are considered as the most energy efficient products ever as they are equally efficient in gauging the energy consumption by large and commercial buildings as they are for normal and relatively small households.
  • Jatropha Debate – Managed Plantations vs. Contract Farming  By : Alec Shapiro
    Jatropha plants produce oil that can be used as biodiesel. This hardy plant offers an economically viable alternative fuel and is not produced from food-crops. However, Indian farmers have rejected a contract farming method of Jatropha plant production. Jatropha thought-leaders Bioenergy Plantations Pte Ltd have found that managed plantations are the best method for a successful production.
  • Energy Performance Certificates For Home Information  By : Jason Gardner
    Are you planning to sell your house or buy a new house? If so then if the house has more than four bedrooms, you need to get the Home Information Pack. It would include lot of important document along with the Energy Performance Certificate.
  • The Truth about Energy Performance Certificates  By : Jason Gardner
    The reasons for introducing the Energy Performance Certificates are to improve the energy efficiency of the building. You may have to make certain changes in your lifestyle in order to save the energy and your hard earned money. If you wish to hire an EPC assessor then you can contact Wilbourn Associates who are the leading environment consultants in UK.
  • Things You Should Know About Water Damage And Oil Spills  By : Jim Corkern
    Some interesting information aabout water damage and it’s relation to oil spills.
  • Green: The Color Of Money — Energy Industry Seeing ‘Bubbling Of Innovation’  By : Daniel Yergin
    The traditional energy business is booming, at the same time supply-and-demand are being taxed like never before and there’s growing concern about finding new reserves.
  • Are Used Spa Covers Choking Our Landfills?  By : Jeff Sliger
    A comment on the environmental impact of rigid foam spa covers on the environment. The typical foam spa cover is designed to fail and need to be replaced every two to three years. The foam in these covers cannot be recycled so it ends up in landfills.
  • Saving the Planet and Looking Good Doing it  By : Phoenix Delray
    This article tells the reader available products to help conserve the planet while looking stylish.
  • Dry Ice Blasting- A New Revolution in Industrial Cleaning  By : React365 Inc.
    Eco-friendly cleaning methods are fast becoming the norm today, replacing traditional methods. Dry ice blasting is one such environment-friendly cleaning method which has become popular in a cross-section of industries such as automotive, power, aviation, plastics, etc. due to its multiple benefits. This article discusses the basics of dry ice blasting and how it is applied as a safer alternative.
  • The History Of Wind Power Is Plagued With A Financial Problem  By : Madison Greene
    One of the problems that has plagued us in creating and using alternative energy is the costs associated with making and installing wind turbines or solar panels.
  • Renewable Energy Is The Future  By : James Copper
    You could become a domestic energy assessor and help the future with introducing more renewable energy
  • Nexgen Enviro Systems Offers A Continuous Operation Solvent Recycler For Large Scale Recovery  By : Michael Robbins
    NexGen Enviro Systems Inc. is a supplier of solvent recyclers to all industries struggling with safe and efficient solvent waste stream handling.
  • Worldwide Effects of Global Warming  By : Gaile Group Inc
    Hardly anyone realizes it, but the debate about climate change is over. Scientists around the world have now amassed an unassailable body of evidence to support the conclusion that a warming of our planet-caused principally by greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuel-is under way.
  • New Breakthroughs in Energy  By : Article Swap
    The world runs on all forms of energy – from natural gas and crude oil to the emerging of new sources of the future. Diversifying out energy sources is essential in order to meet the worlds rapidly growing demand in an environmentally conscience way. Developing an infrastructure to produce and distribute varying forms of energy such as bio-fuels on a large scale is a significant challenge. That is why in order to please the growing demand of researchers and politicians who strongly focus on this
  • Going Green? It’s Easier Than You Think!  By : Article Swap
    A more environmentally sound home is good for all living things in it and the overall planet. Making better choices today teaches our children a valuable lesson about taking care of our precious planet and it’s resources. Many people feel overwhelmed about the prospect of making their home more green. They often feel it will be too expensive or timely. In fact, going green will in many ways save you time and money. Here are some easy ways your family can help save our planet:
  • Oil Spills and the Environment  By : Article Swap
    While oil has become a very important topic dealing with environmental concerns and political controversy, a subject where oil spills tends to get unnoticed is when it comes to the hazards dealing with animal life. When an oil spill occurs we tend to focus our attention on how it will affect humans followed by an intense topic among journalists and politicians about who is at fault. Oil spills can happen as a careless mistake, an equipment fault, illegal dumping, and even an act of terrorism. Th
  • Oil Recycling Why We Should Do It  By : simon jones
    Oil is made from crude oil, a valuable natural resource that is highly sought after. Oil is also a very serious pollutant so it is absolutely essential that any waste oil from the likes of car or boat engines or oil fired central heating systems for example, is disposed of in the proper manner.
  • Ski Resorts Fear Greenhouse Will Melt Away 2008 Tourists  By : Roger Munns
    Skiing holidays are a major part of the travel indistry, but global warming means countries like Andorra might have to diversify.
  • Monaco Environment Plan Starts To Work  By : Roger Munns
    Monaco might be the world’s second smallest country, but its smallness in size has allowed Prince Albert to implement a radical environment policy.

    The first results are showing good acceptance levels and encouraging results..
  • Alternative Energy Resources: The Race Is On  By : Madison Greene
    A couple years ago when New York City had its blackout, many people woke up to the fact that we use way too much electricity as an energy source. This event also made us aware of other depleting natural resources, such as oil and that these resources as well should not be taken for granted.
  • Who Else Wants To Know About Alternative Energy  By : Madison Greene
    It is estimated that our natural resources will be completely depleted within the next 150 years. It is because of this that we as a society need to be actively searching for sources of alternative energy.
  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Solar Power – Revealed  By : Madison Greene
    One advantage of solar power is that it is a vrey available alternative energy source for electricity. However, there are also some disadvantages to solar power that you should be aware of.
  • All About Computer Recycling  By : Daniel Johansson
    Recycling is the buzz word of the 21st Century, with everyone eager to prove their green credentials and help cut carbon emissions. And when it comes to disposing of old or redundant computers it is no different; whether you run a business or you have equipment at home it’s all about computer recycling!
  • What is Tidal Power  By : James Copper
    An article on tidal power and why you should work with water
  • Learn About Renewable Energy As A Domestic Energy Assessor  By : James Copper
    This article is about many different sources of renewable energy
  • Russia Attracting More Western Companies  By : Daniel Yergin
    Where’s Russia headed? One good place to get an answer was the just-concluded St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, which followed the strained G-8 meeting in Germany.
  • What Can Brazil Teach The U.S. About Ethanol?  By : Daniel Yergin
    Over 1200 people turned up on June 5th in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for the “Ethanol Summit” -billed as the world’s first ethanol “congress.”
  • How Much Oil Is Really Down There? Oil And Gas Reserves Accounting Needs Updating  By : Daniel Yergin
    The disclosure of “proved reserves” has been one of the great rituals of the reporting season for oil and gas companies, and one carefully monitored by investors. It’s recently taken on even more significance with high and jittery prices, concerns about energy security, and plain fear of running out.
  • California Power Crisis Aftershock: The Potential Modification Of Western Power Contracts  By : Daniel Yergin
    A recent set of decisions from the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit raises the prospect that market-based rate transactions, including billions of dollars worth of wholesale power contracts, entered into during the US West power crisis may be modified now, more than six years down the road.
  • Your Laundry And Energy Consumption  By : Andrew W John
    While only a few people actually know about it, washers and dryers are among the top five energy-consuming appliances in your house. The energy that the use (or waste) every week is staggering. What’s even better, you can easily reduce the energy consumption by changing the way you clean your clothes.
  • Super Yacht Show Has No Carbon Footprint For 2007  By : Roger Munns
    Wealthy company owners will soon be visiting Monaco again for the superyacht show, a unique annual event in the yachting calendar.

    While millionaires and billionaires sip champagne and ponder buying a yacht that would be beyond the reach of mere lottery winners, the organisers have successfully made past events carbon neutral.
  • Monte Carlo By Bus  By : Roger Munns
    Monte Carlo might be known for her rally, but its smallness in size has allowed Prince Albert to implement a radical environment policy.

    The first results are showing good acceptance levels and encouraging results as people swap their car for a bus…
  • Recycling Cans Could Help The Enviroment  By : simon jones
    Food and drinks cans make up around three percent of household waste that is thrown away by households in the UK on a daily basis. Around 75 percent of all drinks cans in the UK are made from aluminium although there are still almost 2 billion drinks cans that are made from steel.

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