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19 September 2001
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Autor/in: Daily Star [Bangladesh]

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19 September 2001
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Autor/in: Reuters

The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday proposed to curb emissions from snowmobiles, diesel-powered boats, off-road motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles to help reduce pollution

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19 September 2001
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19 September 2001
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Autor/in: Fred Abrokwa, Accra Mail [Ghana]

The Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Dr. P.C Acquah has warned that the rising levels of Ghana's chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) consumption may result in sanctions and trade restrictions by the international community.

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19 September 2001
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Autor/in: UN Wire

One in five children in Beijing has unsafe blood lead levels, a Chinese national study says, adding that the problem could affect growth and intellectual development...Professor Gao Junquan, director of the survey, said children can absorb lead through...

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19 September 2001
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Autor/in: Environmental News Network

A global energy company with power plants in the Americas, Europe, and Asia has announced a $50 million investment to help find solutions to global climate change. Mirant of Atlanta, Ga., will invest the fund over 10 years, the company said in its...

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17 September 2001
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Autor/in: Valerie Elliott, Times [London]

Air pollution controls planned by the Government will extend the life of about one million people a year by six months, health experts have told ministers. They said that cleaner air and a reduction in poisonous chemicals from vehicle exhaust fumes...

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17 September 2001
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Autor/in: Puget Sound Business Journal

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17 September 2001
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Autor/in: BBC News

The Scottish Executive is imposing new controls on air pollution after health experts warned that current policies are too lenient. The Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollution (Comeap) said the long-term effects of particle air pollution are...

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17 September 2001
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Autor/in: HRH The Prince of Wales's Business & the Environment Programme, developed and run by the University of Cambridge Programme for Industry

[includes summary of presentation on "Health and Poverty: The social challenge of sustainable development" by Sophia Tickell, Senior Policy Advisor, Oxfam]

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