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Ban Welcomes Proposal for First Binding Limits on Airlines' Ccarbon Emissions

Welcoming a proposal by the United Nation's International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) on the first binding limits on carbon dioxide emissions from the aviation industry, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called today for further strengthening of emissions standards as quickly as possible.

SOP newswire3UN Climate Chief Steps Down - The top UN climate change official said he stepped down from his position, citing his desire to pursue new opportunities to advance progress on the issue in both the private sector and academia.
Sean BeelzebulClimate Change: Global Cooling? - The recent changes in global temperature have many wondering whether or not global climate change will lead to a massive global cooling.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Urges Action On Climate Change - The leaders of the UK and Ethiopia will head up a new group launched by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, intended to mobilize financing swiftly to help developing countries combat climate change.
SOP newswire2Strengthen Smog Standards - Proposed standards, strictest to date, will protect the health of all Americans, especially children
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Confers With World Leaders About Climate Change - Ban Ki-moon has been speaking to world leaders on the heels of the historic UN conference in Copenhagen which recently wrapped up with nations reaching a political agreement on climate change.
SOP newswire3UN: United Global Action Needed To Combat Climate Change - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today exhorted world leaders to act in concert to ensure that a legally binding treaty is reached next year.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: Climate Change Deal, A Beginning - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the climate change deal reached by world leaders at a United Nations summit in Copenhagen, calling it an "essential beginning".
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Talks About Climate Change - The outcome of the historic climate change negotiations in Copenhagen hinges on the issues of emissions reductions and financing, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today.
Sean BeelzebulClimate Talks Result in Protest and Compromise - Climate talks predict grave doom for the world's coastlines.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: Now Or Never For Climate Change - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned today that the world stood at the crossroads between a sustainable future and a path to catastrophe.
SOP newswire3UN: Climate Change Threatens Survival Of Himalayan Communities - Climate change is posing a serious threat to communities in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region, bringing both drought and catastrophic floods to hundreds of millions of people.
SOP newswire3UN Climate Change Talks Going Well - Talks under way at the historic United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, have entered the drafting phase towards reaching a final agreement.
SOP newswire290,000 Solar Panels to Power more than 3,000 homes - The DeSoto Solar Energy Center, which uses more than 90,000 solar panels to power more than 3,000 homes, is a monumental milestone in the movement toward a clean energy economy.
Clayton S. JeppsenArizona - The Young Prospector - Arizona's is rooted watered and grown in mining. Why won't left wing skeptics accept her for who she is? What's wrong with culture?
SOP newswire3Obama Will Attend Copenhagen Climate Summit - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the announcement that Barack Obama will attend the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Encourages Heads Of State To Attend Climate Summit - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon encouraged all heads of State to attend the closing days of next month`s United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Wants To Protect World's Biodiversity - As a year-long campaign to safeguard the world`s biological diversity gets underway, Secretary-General called on countries and people all over the planet to engage in a global alliance to protect life on Earth.
SOP newswire2Blasting our Clean Energy Future - Last week, Massey Energy began dynamiting Coal River Mountain in West Virginia - the site of a proposed 328-megawatt wind farm - to prepare for a massive mountaintop removal coal mining operation.
Robert Paul ReyesGetting A Divorce Is Bad For The Planet - "Staying married is better for the planet because divorce leads the newly single to live more wasteful lifestyles, an Australian lawmaker said Tuesday."
SOP newswire2Go Green in Your Lawn and Garden - Looking for tips on how to save time, money, and the planet while tending to your lawn and garden this summer?
SOP newswire2Polar Bear, Sea Turtles, Spotted Owl, Caribou, and Salmon Could Go Extinct - In anticipation of this Saturday`s Global Day of Climate Action, the Center for Biological Diversity today released an extensive inventory of species threatened
Yasmin EsackFuture Capitalism for the Poor- Solar Energy - Dr. Mohammed Yunus`s Grameen Energy. On stream in Bangladesh is a woman led company that is producing photovoltaic cells or solar panels to trap solar energy.
Tony GraffOtter Puts on a Good Act - Shell executives blame otter for 'playing up' a 3-mile- wide oil spill.
SOP newswire2This Land is Your Land: Do Something About It! - National Public Lands Day, celebrating places like Montana`s Lewis and Clark National Forest -- one of the last bastions for the wolverines in the Lower 48 United States
SOP newswire2Borlaug, Cell Phones, Soda, Household Cleansers - A study released yesterday in the New England Journal of Medicine provides evidence to support imposing a tax on sugary drinks as high as one cent per ounce.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Praises Ozone Protection Pacts - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hailed the universal participation in ozone protection pacts.
SOP newswire2Historic Step Toward Cleaner Energy - Obama Administration to Regulate Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Raise Gas-mileage Standards
SOP newswire2Mediterranean Mammals Are Dying - The latest assessment of Mediterranean mammals shows that one in six is threatened with extinction at a regional level, according to the IUCN Red
Rob RoyOffshore Drilling Paradoxes - The state of Florida is fearful of tourism, of pristine beaches blotted with pollution. Blue collar workers need jobs. Consumers fear high gas prices. So what do corrupt politicians do about it?
Rob RoyHow about a happy ending? Let's talk about bluebirds - Bluebirds were on the verge of extinction. But dedicated people studied them and averted an end
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