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Author: Hoover's Online
Air pollution and water pollution have become a great threat to the existence of the residents of Multan, spreading critical diseases due to continuous flow and discharge of gases from industrial fertiliser plants and liquid waste from municipal and...
Author: Tom Doggett, Reuters
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said Tuesday it would delay until September its assessment of whether the agency should change the way power plants and oil refineries are regulated for clean air violations.
Author: Danielle Knight, Inter Press Service
President George W. Bush's request to review the Clean Air Act - considered one of the most important U.S. environmental laws - could halt government efforts to stop some of the world's largest energy companies from polluting, warn health and...
Author: Andrew Downie, Washington Times
The reconstruction of [41,500 acres of] the Atlantic Forest, one of the world's most diverse and endangered wooded areas, was under way. The restoration project has been made possible by an unusual collaboration between Brazilian ecologists and U.S....
Germany's third biggest utility EnBW said last week it plans to invest "millions of marks" in renewable energy projects.
- Related companies: Energie Baden-Wuerttemberg (EnBW)
Industry Up To Old Tricks Again
The cost of producing electricity from coal or oil would double if costs such as damage to the environment and health were taken into account, according to the results of a study published last week. The cost of electricity production from gas would...
Author: joint statement by Greenpeace, WWF and ECA Watch
Author: Associated Press, in Las Vegas Sun
Electricity plant emissions and waste made up the largest portion of industrial pollution in Canada and the United States in 1998, according to a report issued Friday.
Vermont Sen. Jim Jeffords, who quit the Republican party, giving control of the Senate to the Democrats, said on Tuesday that as head of the Senate Environment committee he would try to cap US power plant emissions to help curb global warming.