During an interview with a Florida radio station about the dangerous working conditions for undocumented Latino workers, the story of one of the listeners who called in got us all on the edge of our seats.
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There is no clear consensus on how much pollution really costs. But if China openly states that it's a 3.5 percent hit on its GDP, why don't we seize the opportunity to re-value our economy and GDP?
By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle OSLO, March 20 (Reuters) - Governments must impose radical limits on everything from water ...
Send all your eco-inquiries to Jennifer Grayson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions may be edited for length and clarity.
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Measurement of the environmental aspects of a business is equivalent to an x-ray or CAT scan to find the maladies in a business system and supply chain which can be addressed and cured.
Secretary-General Kofi Annan named Anand Panyarachun, former Prime Minister of Thailand, to chair a high-level panel on global security threats and re...
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The Earth is a self-contained system in which all elements interact in ways that we humans simply do not understand--witnes...
Sun Tzu writes that if you do not know your enemy, AND you do not know yourself, you are destined to fail. The United States of America is not a Repu...
Today's interview is with a couple of philosophers concerned about the environmental crisis we seem to be hearing something new about almost every wee...
The world economy is not a zero sum game. For us to be richer, someone else doesn't have to be poorer. In fact just the opposite is true.
The strategy of deterrence that drives both border enforcement and crackdowns on humanitarians is fundamentally flawed.
Obama's new ocean policy task force, launched in June, is exactly what is needed: a coherent national policy based on science and informed by local economic interests.
A forgotten story is how the destruction and painfully slow reconstruction of the Iraq state is occurring against the backdrop of a deteriorating natural environment.
Those who deny climate change believe that no environmental issue, no conservation cause, no piece of the natural world, must ever be allowed to get in the way of big profits for big business.
Consumers will pay more for everything, a form of green inflation, notably in developed countries where environmental activists and laws are demanding responsiveness to concerns.
We don't need to relegate people to poverty just for the sake of saving some trees. Pitting those two things against one another is a false choice.
Deforestation, chemical pollution in the world's oceans, biological diversity, species extinction, and greenhouse gas emissions are detrimental to life on Earth as we know it.
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