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Mark your Calendar: STARS 2.0 Public Comment Period begins on October 8th
Published AASHE  9/27/2012
AASHE is excited to announce that a draft of STARS 2.0 has been finalized through collaboration with the STARS Steering Committee and Technical Advisors. This will be the first major update of STARS since the release of the original STARS 1.0 in 2010. On October 8, 2012, AASHE will begin seeking
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Satellite Taking Accurate Measurements Of Arctic Ice; Data Expected To Be Vital To Climate Models
Published About My Planet  6/26/2011
Scientists have been struggling for years with the ability to make their climate change predictions more accurate. Technology has gone a long way in assisting the scientists in making predictions for the changes the warming world is expected to cause. Such predictions largely rely upon determining
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Nissan Marketing Solar Storage System Using Leaf Batteries
Published About My Planet  8/2/2011
Automakers have been focusing significant energy on producing more environmentally friendly vehicles. Vehicles such as the Nissan Leaf have entered the market in the last few years, electrical vehicles which generate no greenhouse gas emissions themselves. However, these vehicles do use electricity
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Australia Passes Carbon Tax; Taxation To Begin In July 2012
Published About My Planet  10/13/2011
Greenhouse gas emissions continue to be a problem globally, especially as the governments of the world are unable to reach an agreement regarding reductions. Many countries have taken reductions into their own hands, using various different tactics. One such tactic used by the European Union is to

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Australia Announces National Carbon Tax
Published About My Planet  7/10/2011
Greenhouse gas emissions continue to be a problem globally, especially as the governments of the world are unable to reach an agreement regarding reductions. Many countries have taken reductions into their own hands, using various different tactics. One such tactic used by the European Union is to
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China Attempting To Tackle Traffic Issues
Published About My Planet  9/4/2011
As China’s economy continues to grow, so does the middle class in the country. As the middle class grows, the amount of money put back into the economy grows but so do emission levels. One major way in which Chinese consumers are contributing to the economy is through the purchase of vehicles, which
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Experiment To Reduce Heat In Mongolian Capital Involves Geoengineered Ice Shield
Published About My Planet  11/16/2011
Geoengineering is expected to be a requirement in order to battle global warming. Ideas for reducing global temperatures and/or removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere vary in scope and feasibility. Mongolia is soon to begin a geoengineering project in order to help cool an entire major city for

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China To End Use Of Incandescent Light Bulbs In Next Five Years
Published About My Planet  11/6/2011
Recently the United States Department of Energy calculated that world carbon dioxide levels rose 564 million metric tons between 2009 and 2010. This was a six percent jump, the greatest ever before recorded. Scientists fear it may lead to impacts of climate change which are greater than the current
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The Biggest Threat to Climate Change
Published About My Planet  3/7/2012
Perhaps for the first time in some time, science has been thrust into the attention of the media with regards to climate change. It has become a political issue as well as a topic of casual debate. Even schools grapple with its tenets. Fossil fuel emissions represent the primary contributor. This

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Upcoming Climate Talks Face Major Hurdles; Even Year Of Agreement Is In Question
Published About My Planet  11/27/2011
The United Nations climate summit begins on Monday and will last for two weeks. Many nations are going into the summit not expecting significant progress to be made in a global agreement. Some nations are concerned that an agreement will not be made until it is too late to reduce emissions beyond a
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