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Plant Based Biofuels - The Inconvenient Truth

Biofuel from renewable plants sounds great in theory but the practice in certain countries has created a dilemma for everyone. Environment…

Started by Mark HarrisonLatest Reply

Reporting Climate Change Debates

Climate skepticism is so dangerous because economic interest supports skepticism on a substantial scale   In a recent article, R. K. Pachau…

Started by CSO PartnersLatest Reply

Climate Change: A reality check

What is Climate change about? Is it about receding glaciers? Is it about some numbers and percentages that countries are fighting about?…

Started by CSO PartnersLatest Reply

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How do we make Mining acceptable to the Community?

As having traveled extensively the Philippine Countryside, I now consult for my Son (a Logistics/SCM Specialist in the Philippines) who wou…

Started by manilaman

6 Sep 20, 2015
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Living Off the Grid in China…One Couple Does the Unthinkable

Living in the world’s most populous country makes it difficult to find peace, quiet, or much personal space. With the daily push for teleco…

Started by John Pabon

0 Nov 10, 2014

Chinese Government and industrial groups are interested in Canadian environmental technology and products.

Are there any individuals or groups interested in promoting their environmental technology  and products to China or create partnerships wi…

Started by Jim Geldart

0 Feb 14, 2013

Expedition Avannaa in Greenland: being sustainable for 4000 km in a small open aboat

After having travelled close to 4,000 km in a small open boat "the Greenlandic Way" - the sustainable way, Expedition Avannaa returns home…

Started by Galya Morrell

0 Sep 27, 2012

How about an Environmental Value Added Tax?

"An EVAT might offer an opportunity to attack several problems at once: streamline legislation, raise needed revenue, lower consumption, an…

Started by SsppJournal Sustainabilty

0 Dec 20, 2011

Travel and Toursim: Some problems, Some solution

Travel and Tourism is often an important contributor to local economies (and in case of smaller countries to national economies). More air…

Started by CSO Partners

0 Sep 22, 2010

Water Wise

“We shall not finally defeat AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, or any of the other infectious diseases that plague the developing world until we…

Started by CSO Partners

0 Jul 6, 2010

Aila: The disaster continues

A year after cyclone Aila, the inhabitants of Sunderbans continue to live precariously.According to newspaper reports, nearly three hundere…

Started by CSO Partners

0 Jun 14, 2010

Earth Survey project

Since the summer of 2006, I have been conducting a short questionnaire about nature and the environment. I have been sending it via postal…

Started by Jeremy Taylor

5 Jun 3, 2010
Reply by Jeremy Taylor

Indonesia Murders Papuans for Palm Oil

Hi, this is Greg O'Neill.  I'm a member of www.fpcn-global.org the Friends of Peoples Close to Nature.  I recently learned that the Indones…

Started by Greg O'Neill

2 Apr 23, 2010
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