Monday, April 27, 2009

Air Pollution Alerts - April 26th, 2009

News & Information; Every Sunday (Last April 19, 2009)

Christian Science Monitor, April 16th, 2009
Clean energy, overpopulation, black carbon, rising sea level, and other environmental news.

Mass Live, April 19th, 2009
Wind begins to shift on reducing pollution.

Science Daily, April 19th, 2009
Clouds: Lighter Than Air But Laden With Lead.

Reuters, April 20th, 2009
New solar farm adds hot water to cheap electricity (Israel).

Reuters, April 19th, 2009
Stay slim to save the planet.

Guardian, April 20th, 2009
Carbon emissions fueled by high rates of obesity.

Guardian, April 20th,2009
China considers setting targets for carbon emissions.

MSN, April 20th, 2009
The Most Polluted Places in America.

DoT, South Africa, April, 2009
Non-motorised transport and intermediate means of transport - Low -cost sustainable transport options.

Euro Activ, April 20th, 2009
Passenger Transport in Urban Areas of EU.

Economic Times, India, April 20th, 2009
A Bus to Nowhere.

Oil and Gas Journal, April 20th, 2009
EPA issues proposed endangerment finding on GHGs.

Climate Wire, April 15th, 2009
Spam adds heavy load to global CO2 footprint.

The New Vision (Uganda), April 20th, 2009
Congestion fee can alleviate traffic jams in Kampala.

New York Times, April 21st, 2009
Use Energy, Get Rich and Save the Planet.

Science Daily, April 22nd, 2009
Increasing Antarctic Sea Ice Extent Linked To Ozone Hole.

Guardian, April 21st, 2009
Electric cars 'not enough to meet transport emissions targets'.

Economic Times, India, April 21st, 2009
Nano likely to take congestion to tier II and III towns.

Energy Digital, April 20th, 2009
IEA calls on cleaner coal production in China.

US News, April 22nd, 2009
Lisa Jackson Says She Is Bringing New Energy to the EPA.

Washington Post, April 23rd, 2009
Dust Storms Escalate, Prompting Environmental Fears.

Taiwan News, April 23rd, 2009
China reports drop in acid rain pollutant.

National Post, April 23rd, 2009
Smog helps in fight against global warming.

France 24, April 23rd, 2009
Pollution in Chinese cities 'extremely severe'.

Oil and Gas Journal, April 23rd, 2009
NOAA: CO2, methane concentrations grew in 2008.

New York Times, April 23rd, 2009
Shell Settles Air Pollution Accusations.

The Nation (Pakistan), April 24th, 2009
Pollution kills 55,000 in country every year.

Economic Times (India), April 24th, 2009
Nano mania grips Corporate India.

NPR, April 22nd, 2009
Smog Deaths In 1948 Led To Clean Air Laws.

Scientific American, April 23rd, 2009
Could Cleaning Up Air Pollution Actually Speed Up Global Warming?

Delaware Online, April 23rd, 2009
Ozone problem takes the spotlight.

China Daily, April 23rd, 2009
Chinese Cities set to jointly fight air pollution.

Telegraph (UK), April 23rd, 2009
Climate change could speed up as pollution decreases.

The Standard, April 23rd, 2009
Crisis-hit factory closures in China flush out Pearl River Delta pollutants.

Charleston Daily, April 24th, 2009
Cement industry: EPA pollution plan not achievable.

Science Daily, April 23rd, 2009
Fire Influences Global Warming More Than Previously Thought.

Science Daily, April 23rd, 2009
Kyoto Treaty Is ‘Failing The World’s Poor’.

Science Daily, April 23rd, 2009
Students Least Informed About Environmental Science Are Most Optimistic.

Science Daily, April 23rd, 2009
Plants Absorb More Carbon Dioxide Under Polluted Hazy Skies.

Reuters, April 24th, 2009
China to meet 2010 pollution targets.

AlterNet, April 23rd, 2009
Will California Say No to Ethanol?

New York Times, April 23rd, 2009
Industry Ignored Its Scientists on Climate.

Wall Street Journal, April 24th, 2009
Our Cap and Trade NOx the SOx Off.

Jakarta Post, April 25th, 2009
Paratransit network still stuck at slow lane.

Miami Herald, April 23rd, 2009
California approves emissions reductions.

Guardian, April 24th, 2009
Tiny steps in a marathon - UK Energy plan for low-carbon society.

Science Daily, April 26th, 2009
Greenhouse Gases Continue To Climb Despite Economic Slump.

Telegraph, April 25th, 2009
Speed limits could cause an increase in deaths caused by traffic pollution (UK).

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