Showing posts from March 12, 2010

Ontario's Major Bee Losses Blamed on Mites

Staff - MB Co-Operator - 3/10/2010 Unexpectedly high overwintering...

SPECIAL INVITATION Join a Global Conversation

Dear Friend, On March 25 , State of the Planet 2010 will bring together the world's most influential and innovative thinkers and leaders in a wide range of fields—from many academic disciplines to media, government, policy and business spheres—to tackle critical issues facing the world. This year’s conference is the result of a partnership between the Earth Institute, The Economist and Ericsson. State of the Planet 2010 will focus on four important challenges: climate change, poverty, economic recovery and international systems. Speakers will include President Felipe Calderón Hinojosa of Mexico; UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon ; Jeffrey D. Sachs , director of the Earth Institute; Matthew Bishop , American business editor and New York bureau chief at The Economist ; and Hans Vestberg , president and CEO of Ericsson. Around the world, people will be able to parti

Tap Water Contaminant 'Castrates' Frogs

By Liz Szabo, USA TODAY - Mar 1 - 2010

Exposed: Chevron's Cover-up of Gross Environmental Abuses in Ecuador

AlterNet / By Cameron Scott - Mar 8 2010 Chevron claims it's not...

Melting Arctic Could Cost $2.4 Trillion by 2050 - Report

Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada - 02/05/2010 The Pew Environment Group today released a report that...

Primates on Brink of Extinction

National Geographic - A recent report, Primates in Peril: The World's 25 most Endangered Primates 2008-2010, shows staggering estimates that half of all primate species in the world are...