ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Fossil of ancient multicellular life sets evolutionary timeline back 60 million years

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News Fossil of ancient multicellular life sets evolutionary timeline back 60 million years Posted: 24 Sep 2014 06:18 PM PDT Geobiologists shed new light on multicellular fossils from a time 60 million years before a vast growth spurt of life known as the Cambrian Explosion occurred on …

Storebrand reduces carbon exposure in investments – 19 companies excluded

We at Ethical Markets  applaud Storebrand for this leadership  and hope they will shift these assets to growing the green economy globally ! – Hazel Henderson , Editor After the latest sustainability analysis of the Energy sector, Storebrand has excluded 13 coal and 6 oil sands companies from all investments. …

Fort McMurray Evicts Oil Sands Companies that Helped it Grow

Fort McMurray Evicts Oil Sands Companies that Helped it Grow  The Canadian town of Fort McMurray, population 76,000, is the heart of Alberta’s oil sands largesse–but the town is bursting at its seams with nowhere to expand because the land surrounding it is owned by oil companies. The government’s answer to this …

Storebrand reduces carbon exposure in investments – 19 companies excluded

Storebrand reduces carbon exposure in investments – 19 companies excluded   After the latest sustainability analysis of the Energy sector, Storebrand has excluded 13 coal and 6 oil sands companies from all investments. The aim of these exclusions is to reduce Storebrand’s exposure to fossil fuels and to secure long …

Doha Climate Summit Ends With No New CO2 Cuts or Funding

By Stephen Leahy DOHA, Qatar, Dec 10 2012 (IPS) – The United Nations climate talks in Doha went a full extra 24 hours and ended without increased cuts in fossil fuel emissions and without financial commitments between 2013 and 2015. “This an incredibly weak deal,” said Samantha Smith representing the …

Koch Subsidiary Told Regulators It Has ‘Direct and Substantial Interest’ in Keystone XL

Koch Subsidiary Told Regulators It Has ‘Direct and Substantial Interest’ in Keystone XL By Stacy Feldman, InsideClimate News In recent months Koch Industries Inc., the business conglomerate run by billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, has repeatedly told a U.S. Congressional committee and the news media that the proposed Keystone …