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:: EU initiates anti-dumping investigation on solar panel imports from China

+ 06.09.2012 + The European Commission today launched an anti-dumping investigation into imports of solar panels and their key components (i.e. solar cells and solar wafers) originating in China.

:: Food price spikes will get worse as extreme weather caused by climate change devastates food production

+ 06.09.2012 + New research shows that the full impact of climate change on future food prices is being underestimated, according to international agency Oxfam.

:: Construction of the Large–Scale Photovoltaic Generation System “INPEX Mega Solar Joetsu” in Niigata, Japan

+ 05.09.2012 + Participating in photovoltaic business will contribute to INPEX initiatives for renewable energy in line with the “Medium- to Long-Term Vision of INPEX” announced in May 2012.

:: What Do Americans Know About Energy?

+ 04.09.2012 + Americans think they understand energy issues, but many don’t, according to researchers at RTI International.

:: International physicians’ recommendations for protecting health after the Fukushima nuclear disaster

+ 03.09.2012 + “Our most important obligation to the many harmed by the Fukushima disaster is toeradicate nuclear weapons and phase out nuclear power.”

:: 2012 World Water Week closes with a youthful vision for a food secure future

+ 01.09.2012 + The 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm closed today with a "vision" capturing the perspective of the younger generation of water scientists and professionals on the priorities that must be set now in order to achieve water and food security by 2050.

:: IKEA Goes Solar, Generates Enough Electricity To Power 100 Homes

+ 31.08.2012 + Swedish furniture retailer IKEA is now generating electricity on its Twin Cities store in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA.

:: NREL Report: Renewable Electricity Futures Study

+ 30.08.2012 + This study explores the implications and challenges of very high renewable electricity generation levels—from 30% up to 90%, focusing on 80%, of all U.S. electricity generation from renewable technologies — in 2050.

:: Media Advisory: Arctic sea ice breaks lowest extent on record

+ 28.08.2012 + Arctic sea ice cover melted to its lowest extent in the satellite record yesterday, breaking the previous record low observed in 2007.

:: World Water Week opens with call for global action to reduce food waste

+ 28.08.2012 + Global leaders assembled today at the opening session of the 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm called for substantial increases in public and private sector investment to reduce losses of food in the supply chain, enhance water efficiency in agriculture and curb consumer waste.

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