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Catastrophe of Aral Sea Shows Men Can Destroy the Planet

Continuing his visit to Central Asia, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres today visited the Aral Sea - once the worlds fourth largest inland sea, that has now shrunk to about a quarter of its original size due to human mismanagement.

SOP newswire3UN Mobile App Lets Users Calculate Carbon Footprint - A new United Nations mobile telephone application released today lets users calculate their carbon footprint.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Praises Climate Change Deal Reached At Durban - Ban Ki-moon welcomed today the set of decisions reached by countries at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban.
Tom SkiThe Perfect 'Green' Gift For the Holidays! - The Green Register, as all readers know by now, is a website that is completely knowledgeable about the world of green.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Urges Countries To Fight Deforestation - Ban Ki-moon called today for increased support from Member States for a United Nations initiative to slow, halt and reverse deforestation.
Will NixonBald Eagles, Our National Symbol, Are Not as Nice as You Think - A volunteer eagle watcher at a Catskills reservoir has stories to tell that range from heartening to tragic to sordid.
SOP newswire3UN: Temperatures In 2011 Tenth Highest On Record - Temperatures this year are the tenth highest on record since 1850, and the highest ever in a year which experienced a La Niña event.
SOP newswire3UN: Link Between Global Warming And Extreme Weather - A United Nations-backed report confirms the link between climate change and current trends in extreme weather.
SOP newswire3UN: Deforestation Threatens Planet - Deforestation not only threatens the planet`s climate and national economic development, but also communities whose income, culture and way of life depend on healthy forests.
Will NixonTen Years in a Hybrid and Still Going Strong - When I bought my Honda Insight in 2001, hybrids were a rare sight on the road. A decade later my love affair with 53 miles-per-gallon hasn't waned.
Tom SkiThe Green Register Shows YOU the Baby Steps of Going Green! - This week, we are going to delve into the true concept of what it means to go green, and how organizations, sites, magazines and - above all
SOP newswire2Obama Administration Plans to Expand Offshore Oil Drilling in Gulf of Mexico - The Obama administration announced plans today to expand offshore oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico and offer additional lease sales in the sensitive waters off Alaska.
Tom SkiThe Green Register Shows YOU the Baby Steps of Going Green! - There are also issues, however, that people have come across and asked about regarding the actual initiative of going green.
SOP newswire3UN Protecting and Revitalizing Drylands - United Nations agencies have agreed to step up their efforts to protect and revitalize drylands.
Tom SkiIt is Time For Companies to Go Green! - The Green Register - and since there are hundreds of amazing articles and sections that relate to all areas of eco-friendly, green causes - our coverage will be varied and in-depth for a good long time to come.
SOP newswire3UN: Small Island States Vulnerable To Climate Change - Representatives of small island States took to the podium at the General Assembly today to exhort the world to pay greater attention to their vulnerability to climate change.
Donna CavanaghDid Global Warming Short out College Football? - For the first time in almost a century, violent weather delayed Notre Dame football. Is this an anomaly or a scary view of things to come?
SOP newswire2Environmental Problems and Potential to Empower Youth to Make a Difference - The Nature Conservancy has released a new nationwide poll that reveals America`s youth is unhappy with the condition of the environment, and lack faith in adults to address it.
SOP newswire2What 'Living Green' Means To Me - The idea of 'living green' can be very overwhelming. The problems with our environment are so big. Some people feel they could never really make a difference- so they won`t even try.
SOP newswire3UN Underlines Importance of Sstainable Use of Iraqi Marshlands As Water Resource - Marshlands in Iraq must be managed in a manner that balances the various benefits derived from the ecosystems, including food and clean water for the country`s people.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: Clean Energy Revolution Will Put World on More Equitable Path - Ban Ki-moon has called for a clean energy revolution to help transform the global economy and put the world on a cleaner, safer, more equitable path.
SOP newswire3UN Reports First Signs of Antarctic Ozone Depletion This Year - Signs of ozone depletion are again appearing over the Antarctic, the United Nations reported today.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban to Visit Denver for Engagements on Renewable Energy - Secretary-General will tomorrow travel to Denver where he will deliver a speech at the University of and meet with industry leaders to discuss the need to promote renewable sources of energy.
Tom SkiAdventurers and Scientists for Conservation: An Update on This Extraordinary Organization! - Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation (ASC), opens people up to the most amazing studies and expeditions that are completed all across the world; from Wolverine studies to Grizzly Bear studies that are ongoing,
SOP newswire3UN Sponsors Writing Contest To Save Forests - Two teenagers` powerful pleas from the imagined standpoint of a tree to save the world`s forests beat out two million competitors to win gold medals today in the United Nations International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People.
Ron G AnselmYellowstone River Oil Spill Leaves Questions Unanswered for Exxon Mobil - Exxon Mobil Corps oil leaks into the yellowstone river and adds more frustration to this growing problem
SOP newswire2Rapid Action Needed As Record Number of Dead Sea Turtles Found in Gulf of Mexico - The National Marine Fisheries Service announced plans today to finally address the rash of sea turtle deaths in the Gulf of Mexico due to the shrimp trawl fishery.
Vincent GonzalezOcean Trouble, No Longer A World Away - A new study that came out Tuesday claims that ocean life as we know it is on the brink of a mass extinction.
SOP newswire2Climate Gap: Who is Committed and What Can Be Done! - Today, Ambassador Pablo Solon of the Plurinational State of Bolivia addressed reporters at the UN climate talks in Germany.
SOP newswire2Kyoto, A Focus on Protecting Forests Now - Today, as UN climate negotiations continued their slow start, Ambassador Pablo Solon of the Plurinational State of Bolivia outlined a clear vision to move negotiations forward.
SOP newswire2Developing Nations Are Far Exceeding Wealthy Nations on Cutting Emissions - "What's on the table in these negotiations is that 65% of emission reductions happen in developing countries and just 35% happen in developed countries, even though it is they who caused the problem of climate change.
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