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Today’s Clean Tech Could Power the World by 2050
by Lisa Grossmanwired.com
Using existing technologies, the world could convert almost entirely to green power by mid-century — and it wouldn’t cost much more than people now spend on energy, says a new analysis of global energy use.
Cement Manufacturer To Pay $1.4 M For Clean Air Act Violations
Pollution Online
February 13th, 2011
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Justice Department announced today that Cemex, Inc., one of the largest producers of Portland cement in the United States, has agreed to pay a $1.4 million penalty for Clean Air Act violations at its cement plant in Fairborn, Ohio.
Eco-groups warn vs. burning of mercury-added goods
by Ellalyn B. De VeraManila Bulletin, 6 February 2009
An international environmental groups’ study warned over the burning of mercury-added products that lead to increased mercury pollution into the earth atmosphere.
Phase out goods with mercury
by Ira Karen ApanayThe Manila Times
Excessive burning of mercury-added products doubles mercury emissions to the atmosphere every year, international non-government organizations (NGOs) warned on Thursday.
Is Recycling Worth It? PM Investigates its Economic and Environmental Impact
by Alex HutchinsonPopular Mechanics
November 30th, 2008
Popular Mechanics discusses recycling, it's history and the economic and energy saving benefits that we see from it
Recycling By the Numbers: The Truth About Recycling
by Alex HutchinsonPopular Mechanics
November 30th, 2008
Popular Mechanics shows the huge economic and energy saving benefits of recycling.
EPA Bans 25 Dangerous Agro-Chemicals
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has banned the importation of 25 agro-chemicals because of their toxicological risks to people, animals, crops and the environment.


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