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Ban Urges World Leaders to Work Towards Climate Action

Ban Ki-moon attended the Climate Leaders` Summit in D.C., recalling the importance of keeping global warming as a top concern in the development agenda.

SOP newswire2Money Will Boost Economy, Create Jobs and Protect Human Health - We are enthused by the arrival of much needed Recovery Act funds and stand ready to put them to work as soon as possible.
Ed RobertsThe Prince's Rainforest Project - While many other world leaders were focused on increasing the supply of oil and gas to meet growing demands, HRH The Prince of Wales set into motion
Christy KilleleaTree Protesting Reaches New Heights - An article discussing protesting to save trees at a local home in Wilmington, NC.
SOP newswire3Obama Touts Historic Energy Bill - President Barack Obama speaks about the historical significance of the energy bill.
SOP newswire37-Eleven Settles Storage Tank Violations - Handee Marts, Inc., doing business as 7-Eleven and owner of two 7-Eleven locations in Pittsburgh and Cranberry Township, Pa., has settled alleged violations of underground fuel storage tank regulations.
SOP newswire3UN: Global Climate Change Agreement In Sight - An ambitious and effective global pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is in sight, the top United Nations climate change official said.
SOP newswire3World Oceans Day - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today marked the first United Nations World Oceans Day with a warning of the terrible toll " human activity exacts on the world`s oceans and seas.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Talks Climate Change With US And Japan - Climate change figured prominently in Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon`s recent talks with senior officials from the US and Japan, his spokesperson announced today.
SOP newswire3Joe Biden Presents Environmental Awards - Joe Biden praised winners of the 2009 Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards today for leading the way in environmental stewardship as they lead the way in the nation`s defense.
SOP newswire2Scientists, Economists Challenge Global Warming Alarmism - Reduce employment by 1.1 million jobs a year from 2012 to 2030, and more than double that job-loss in 2035.
SOP newswire3Obama Praises Nellis Air Force Base For Using Solar Power - President Barack Obama today held up Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., as an example for America to follow toward energy independence.
Christopher HIllenbrandCocaine Found In The Air In Spanish Cities - Using a new method for analyzing trace amounts of substances in the air, Spanish researchers have discovered minute levels of cocaine in the air around Barcelona and Madrid, a science institute revealed on Wednesday.
Robert Paul ReyesGribbles May Spark Green Revolution - The potent digestive enzymes that the gribble produces to convert wood into the sugars they live on, may help in the development of sustainable carbon-neutral fuels.
SOP newswire2Speak Out! Global Warming and Blue Man Group - Well by speak, I actually mean their usual mute antics. Check out the Blue Man Group`s head skit on the new environmental video site
Chester Moore (Editor)Conservation Floundering About - There is a revolution coming to the southern flounder fishery.
SOP newswire3UN Calls For Unity In Protecting Planet On Earth Day - The United Nations General Assembly officially designated 22 April as International Mother Earth Day
SOP newswire2Green Power Challenge: Colleges and Universities Recognized - This year`s challenge included 44 competing institutions representing 22 different conferences nationwide.
SOP newswire3Satellite Images Show Arctic On Thin Ice - The latest Arctic sea ice data from NASA and the National Snow and Ice Data Center show that the decade-long trend of shrinking sea ice cover is continuing.
SOP newswire3Bioenergy Boosts Development In Poor Countries - Bioenergy production reaps benefits for rural communities in poor countries, according to a new UN-backed report that
SOP newswire2John Basedow and His Dog, Midnight Featured in the new "Celebrities Going Green" Dog Aficionado magazine - John is the Fitness Correspondent on a new TV show called Live It Up!.
SOP newswire3Defense Dept. Programs Seek To Create New Biofuels - Ever imagine filling up the fuel tanks on a military aircraft with french fry grease? It`s no April Fools' Day joke -- that`s exactly what the Air Force plans on doing someday.
SOP newswire3UN's Reforestation Program A Huge Success - An effort to fight climate change through reforestation, seeded at the grassroots level, has now blossomed into a woodland of over 3 billion trees,
SOP newswire3Color Obama's Recovery Plan Green - Today the President is hosting an event focused on "Investing in Our Clean Energy Future."
Robert Paul ReyesStore Owner's Unique Plan To Stop Littering - A shopkeeper has taken action to stop her customers littering by writing their names on the drink cans, crisp bags and chocolate bar wrappers they buy.
SOP newswire3Obama Talks Up Electric Cars In California - The President just spoke at the Edison Electric Vehicle Technical Center in Pomona, California
SOP newswire2How much E. coli are your kids drinking? - It's hard to believe, but polluters are actually allowed to contaminate your drinking water.
SOP newswire3Good Week For Green Jobs - One of the centerpieces of Obama's agenda has been fulfilling the promise of green jobs -- creating opportunities for the broadest range of Americans to participate in creating a new energy economy.
Robert Paul ReyesAl Gore: Media Should Cover Climate Change And Not Paris Hilton Or OJ - When Al Gore was robbed of the presidency in 2000 he could have become embittered and cynical and dedicated the rest of his life to raking in the doug
Chester Moore (Editor)Flounder Conservation: Now is the Time to Act - Longtime flounder conservationist Chester Moore asks pointed questions about southern flounder conservation efforts.
SOP newswire3Another Draft Issued By DOE To Clean Up Another U.S. Region - The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced the issuance of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the West Valley Demonstration Project in western New York.
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