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Environmental News: - Canada's Environment Minister Welcomes International Action on Mercury - MSNBC

By germanifa01 - February 21st, 2009, 22:58, Category: General



BBC News

Canada's Environment Minister Welcomes Intern! ational Action on Mercury
MSNBC
"I congratulate the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on its successful effort to secure agreement by the international community to negotiate a legally binding treaty to control this harmful substance. Canada was among the first countries to ...
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"Green" Golf Course Shrinks Turf
MSNBC"Barona's commitment to protecting a! nd prese rving the environment has always been at the forefront of the golf industry, and moving forward with this turf reduction initiative our goal is to further reduce our carbon footprint," he says. ...
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Christian Science Monitor

Microfinance can mean a lot to the environment
Christian Science Monitor, MA
By The Editors of E Magazine | February 20, 2009 edition Q: What is “microfinance,” and how does it help poor countries and preserve the environment? A: The brainchild of Grameen Foundation founder Muhammad Yunus, microfinance is a form of banking ...
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PR.com (press release)

Gulf Coast Western Comments on Current Commodity Price Environment ...
PR.com (press release), NY
We believe that prices will stabilize in the 3rd and 4th quarter of 2009 and that a more consistent price environment in the $60-$70 per Bbl oil and $6-$8 per Mcf of gas over the next 24 to 36 months is likely. Speculators drove prices to unrealistic ...
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