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Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF

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Species across land, rivers and seas decimated as humans kill for food in unsustainable numbers and destroy habitats

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Living Planet index: Australia ranked 13 by WWF for ecological footprint

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WWF has found that Australia requires 6.25 ‘global hectares’ of productive land and ocean per person per year

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Ecover adopting algae-based laundry liquid to cut palm oil use

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Green cleaning company says algal oil can replace palm oil, which has been linked to deforestation

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Why recycling smartphone batteries is vital for sustainability

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Recovering metals from lithium-ion batteries has a 90% smaller ecological footprint than primary mining – so why are recycling rates so low? . . . → Read More: Why recycling smartphone batteries is vital for sustainability

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Why I’m eating my words on veganism – again

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Al Gore has gone vegan, a diet I was once sceptical about. Now I believe it is meat-eating that is more environmentally damaging . . . → Read More: Why I’m eating my words on veganism – again

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Best Foot Forward makes huge strides in carbon reduction

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Award-winning consultancy’s comprehensive footprinting strategy helped London 2012 become greenest Olympics ever . . . → Read More: Best Foot Forward makes huge strides in carbon reduction

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International Conference & Exhibition on True Ecologically Healthy Homes

Title of Event: International Conference & Exhibition on True Ecologically Healthy Homes

From: March 24, 2011 To: March 26, 2011

Venue/Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India

Organized By: Prithwe Institute of Building Biology & Ecology, Pune

Who Should Attend?: Architects, Engineers, Planners, Developers, Interior Designers, Nature Enthusiasts, Green & Eco Builders, People who wants to make their homes ecologically healthy and everybody related to construction industry.

URL: http://www.prithwe.com/

Click here for Listing of Upcoming Events on Sustainable Development, Climate Change, etc.

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WWF Living Planet Report 2010 – Tropics in Decline as Natural Resources Exhausting Fast

Gland, Switzerland – Living Planet Report 2010, a biennial report, produced by World Wife Fund for Nature (WWF), in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and the Global Footprint Network (GFN), uses the global Living Planet Index as a measure of the health of almost 8,000 populations of more than 2,500 species. The global Index shows a decrease by 30 per cent since 1970, with the tropics hardest hit showing a 60 per cent decline in less than 40 years.

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Earth's Overdraft Notice: On August 21st, We Exceeded Nature's Budget

It has taken humanity less than nine months to exhaust its ecological budget for the year, according to data from Global Footprint Network, a California-based environmental research organization. Click here to read more…

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Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) Launches Supply Chain Carbon Footprint Project

San Francisco, California – Following in the footsteps of Wal-Mart, IBM and Procter & Gamble, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. officially launched a project , in conjunction with the University of California, Berkeley, and San Francisco-based Climate Earth to measure the full carbon footprint of products and services in its supply chain. The move makes the Northern California utility the first in its sector to measure these so-called Scope 3 emissions, PG&E said Tuesday in a presentation announcing the research project to its employees.

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