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Skiing enthusiasts witnessing changing weather patterns connected to global warming are finding ways to help ensure the sustainability of their sport.New Certification Scheme Aims to Protect Socially Responsible CompaniesJan 02, 2008
More and more businesses across the globe are finding that they can be successful while also being environmentally and socially responsible.Cities, Countries Make Up for What Bali LackedDec 31, 2007
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bali, Indonesia, early this month received criticism from some for failing to produce a stronger international plan to address greenhouse gas emissions once the Kyoto Protocol expires in 2012.
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Climate of Hope: The US-India Connection - Oct 11, 2007
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