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Protect Olive TreesVillagers met with violence while protecting olive trees

The Kolin Group wants the olive trees cut down to make way for a new coal power plant.

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Icelandic whaling, watching

Blog entry by Andrew | 5 June, 2009 1 comment

You can't have your whale watching and eat them too. That's what Iceland is finding out. Whale watching boats have been having a hard time finding whales lately - so they've ventured further out, putting them close to the whaling...

MOX: more hype and spin from AREVA

Blog entry by Justin | 4 June, 2009

There’s more hype and spin on AREVA’s North America blog today as it tries to sell the idea that the company is on the frontline against nuclear proliferation. As part of this commitment to remove weapons-grade material from...

Nuclear News: Secret Canada nuclear papers left in TV studio

Blog entry by Justin | 4 June, 2009

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: Reuters: Secret Canada nuclear papers left in TV studio ’OTTAWA, June 3 (Reuters) - Senior Canadian officials left a binder full of confidential nuclear documents in a television...

A tipping point?

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | 4 June, 2009

The Guardian reports that investment in clean energy surpassed investment in fossil fuels last year . There's still a long way to go. Fossil fuels recieve government subsidies totalling a whopping 300 billion US$ a year, more than...

Polish Prime Minister takes step towards EU leadership at UN Climate Summit

Feature story | 4 June, 2009 at 0:00

You asked and Poland answered. More than 16,000 of you have taken action and demanded that world leaders personally attend the UN Climate Summit in December. Today, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk became the first Head of State to respond...

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