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:: Prospect of limiting the global increase in temperature to 2ºC is getting bleaker

+ 31.05.2011 + CO2 emissions reach a record high in 2010; 80% of projected 2020 emissions from the power sector are already locked in.

:: Wind power ready to fill Japan energy gap

+ 30.05.2011 + The Global Wind Energy Council called for urgent action to exploit Japan’s tremendous wind power potential for a speedy transition towards renewable energy.

:: 'Decoupling' Rate of Resource Consumption from Economic Growth Rate - Europe Presents Mixed Picture

+ 30.05.2011 + Dramatic differences exist between many countries in Europe and their consumption of natural resources such as fossil fuels, biomass and minerals, a new report by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) shows.

:: New Greenpeace Report shines spotlight on the Hidden Costs of Toxic Water Pollution

+ 28.05.2011 + Greenpeace today published ‘Hidden Consequences’, a report that shines a spotlight on the polluted conditions of four iconic rivers, located in the ‘Global South’ (1).

:: Greenpeace Fukushima radiation research reveals serious marine contamination

+ 27.05.2011 + Greenpeace today slammed the Japanese authorities’ continued inadequate response to the Fukushima nuclear crisis, after new data from its radiation monitoring showed seaweed radiation levels 50 times higher than official limits, raising serious concerns about continued long-term risks to people and the environment from contaminated seawater.

:: TEPCO’s deceit – The lessons from Fukushima

+ 27.05.2011 + Greenpeace publishes report on Japanese meltdown.

:: Record efficiency of 18.7% for flexible CIGS solar cells on plastics

+ 27.05.2011 + Swiss researchers boost efficiency of flexible solar cells to new world record.

:: Assessing the environmental risks of sub-seabed CO2 storage

+ 25.05.2011 + The European Union (EU) funded project ECO2 to evaluate the potential impact of sub-seabed carbon dioxide (CO2) leakage from storage sites on marine ecosystems has now been launched

:: World´s Least Developed Countries set to jump start transition to a green economy

+ 23.05.2011 + With their low-carbon profile, rich natural assets and promising policy initiatives, the world´s 48 least developed countries are well-positioned to jump start the transition to a green economy, according to a new UN report released today at the start of the Fourth UN Conference on Least Developed Countries (LDC-IV).

:: GM food meets no quality, diversity criteria

+ 21.05.2011 + EU Agriculture Commissioner Dacian Cioloş says he strongly favours traditional agriculture that produces quality food, diverse diets and natural biodiversity, requirements which genetically-modified crops cannot satisfy.

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