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Coastal Energy co-operative launches
The director of a new Kapiti and Horowhenua energy co-operative says there is plenty of scope for residents to be using energy more efficiently. Coastal Energy was launched at an open day in Otaki on November 1. Another launch in Waikanae is planned ...
How America Is Putting Itself Back Together
“These kids deserve a better chance, and we can help them get it,” he told me. It sounds formulaic, but teachers, students, and politicians said that Gallo's hard-charging, Teddy Roosevelt–style energy and effort had helped the schools begin a ...
Iran's Press TV anchor says she was repeatedly 'sexually harassed by her ...
Two Iranian TV bosses have been suspended after a former news anchor said she was the victim of sexual harassment for years. Sheena Shirani posted Facebook messages and a recording of a phone conversation between her and her boss at Press TV, ...
A long, hot view: Climate change likely to extend across next 10000 years
Chestnut Hill, Mass (02/08/2016) - The damaging climate consequences of carbon emissions will grow and persist for millennia without a dramatic new global energy strategy, according to a new set of research-based climate change scenarios developed by ...
UAE's defence ties with India set to grow
“The ships of the Navies of both countries have regularly made port calls enhancing bilateral defence co-operation. India and UAE hold an Annual Defence Dialogue to discuss the security and defence co-operation issues between the two countries.”.
Sri Lanka's former leader Mahinda Rajapaksa is no longer 'untouchable'
For victims of alleged war crimes, it was a hopeful moment when the United Nations' human rights chief, Jordanian Prince Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, visited the northern districts of Sri Lanka at the weekend.
Premier Clark announces landmark Great Bear Rainforest agreement
According to the new 'Great Bear Rainforest Order,' 3.1 million hectares of coastal temperate rainforest will be off limits to industrial logging - an increase of 20 per cent from the agreements announced in 2006.
Meet the BC multimillionaire who has devoted his fortune to saving the sea
This is no small feat, because in 2001 Peterson sold his privately owned medical imaging company, Mitra, to Agfa-Gevaert (a multinational maker of imaging products) for roughly $300 million.
BREAKING: First Nations win court challenge against B.C. over Enbridge pipeline
Coastal First Nations took the B.C. government to court in January 2015 in a bid to strike down an agreement that gave Ottawa decision-making authority over the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project.
Judge rules that B.C. government abdicated duty to consult with First ...
Elizabeth May begs NEB to let Kinder Morgan expansion "die here"
“I think the National Energy Board is completely unsuited and should never again be put in charge of environmental assessment,” she said boldly, criticizing the 2012 omnibus bill that put the board in charge in the first place.