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Apple gets involved in actions to protect environment

15/09/2015

The former chief of the Environmental Protection Agency, Lisa Jackson joining Apple in 2013 will now serve as vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook of Apple wrote in a memo to employees on 23 June 2015.
50% of electricity in Europe from renewables by 2030

15/09/2015

Europe will likely get more than half of its electricity from renewable sources by the end of the next decade if EU countries meet their climate pledges, according to a draft commission paper.
Da Nang: Recycling plant come into operation

15/09/2015

The first phase of a new waste treatment plant built on an area of 20 ha, located at Khanh Son dump, Da Nang was inaugurated yesterday, making it the first plant in Viet Nam to get updated technology with the capacity of processing 200 tonnes of waste per day in the first stage and 700 tonnes after the second stage becomes operational by 2016.
Philippines: Unique, threatened animals found in Philippine forest

15/09/2015

Palawan, an island-province of the Philippines near Borneo, is home to many species of plants and animals found nowhere else in the world. Considered the Philippines’ “last biodiversity frontier” by many researchers and conservation groups, Palawan still holds about 45% of its original forest cover, much of which is old growth.
Singapore: plan protecting marine biodiversity

15/09/2015

Habitats such as coral reef or sandy seabed ecosystems, and the plants and animals associated with them, will be better protected under a new Marine Conservation Action Plan launched on 27 June 2015, by the Government.
Singapo: Carnival builds awareness of saving energy and the environment

15/09/2015

The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) held a carnival on 27 June, 2015 in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of environmentally friendly buildings and saving energy.
Air pollution in Asia strengthening Pacific storms

15/09/2015

Researchers have found that pollutants are strengthening storms above the Pacific Ocean, which feeds into weather systems in other parts of the world. The effect was most pronounced during the winter. Parts of Asia have some of the highest levels of air pollution in the world.
Dutch government ordered to cut carbon emissions in landmark ruling

15/09/2015

A court in The Hague has ordered the Dutch government to cut its emissions by at least 25% within 5 years, in a landmark ruling expected to cause ripples around the world.
United States: Huge Toxic Algae Bloom Hits West Coast

15/09/2015

An extraordinarily large mass of toxic algae off the West Coast of the US has prompted state agencies to shut down crab and clam fisheries in at least 2 states, and is posing risks to recreational fishing and marine life. The phenomenon is sometimes called "red tide" since algae can give the water a rust-like color.
China: $6.6 trillion of investment in climate plan

15/09/2015

China will use over $ 6.6 trillion to meet the greenhouse gas reduction goals and it will lay out later this month in its strategy for United Nations climate negotiations, the country's lead negotiator for the talks said on 23 June, 2015. Special representative for climate change affairs at China's National Development and Reform Commission, Xie Zhenhua said the objectives China will outline by th...
Ha Noi's Japanese-technology waste treatment plant opened

15/09/2015

Recently, Director of the Municipal Department of Natural Resources and Environment Nguyen Trong Dong said, the Ha Noi People's Committee inaugurated a waste treatment facility, which works on an environmentally-friendly Japanese technology, at Xuan Son waste treatment zone in Son Tay Town.
Douc langur handed over to the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park

15/09/2015

The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in the central Quang Binh province has received a douc langur from a local resident. The mammal, with the scientific name Pygathrix nemaeus, is listed as an endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.