14 Aug '12, 1pm

Guess what Ontario landmark stores as much carbon as the energy used by 15 million households? Read our latest study

Carbon in the Bank: Ontario's Greenbelt and its Role in Mitigating Climate Change is the sixth David Suzuki Foundation study examining the benefits of protecting nature and farmland (so called Natural Capital ) in and around Canada's major cities. It highlights the important role that the Ontario Greenbelt's forests, wetlands and agricultural soils play in capturing and storing vast amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, thereby helping us to meet provincial and national greenhouse gas reduction targets, and ultimately to slow the pace of global climate change. A principle goal of the report is to bring the importance of the Greenbelt as a complimentary instrument of climate change mitigation, on par with green energy and energy conservation, by translating these essential ecosystem services into economic benefits. The report also examines a number of threats to th...

Full article: http://www.davidsuzuki.org/media/news/2012/08/ontarios-se...

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Only 2% of Canadians Now Deny Climate Change

Only 2% of Canadians Now Deny Climate Change

treehugger.com 15 Aug '12, 10pm

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dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com 14 Aug '12, 3pm

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healthychild.org 18 Aug '12, 6pm

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LED Lighting: Time for a Change via @BruceMulliken

green-energy-news.com 13 Aug '12, 12pm

August 13 , 2012 – Vol.17 No. 22 LED LIGHTING: TIME FOR A CHANGE. by Bruce Mulliken, Green Energy News Up until now LED li...