Posts from category Environment

Unproductive Rubber Tree Rejuvenation a Success in Liberia

on June 25, 2010 by admin in Africa News, Business, Canada News, Cheap Energy, Economy, Environment, EU News, Trade News, Comments Off

An initiative to make use of old rubber trees by a Canadian renewable energy firm in Liberia is reaping rich dividends to the country‚Äôs economy. The project is reported to have helped the farmers to get cleared of the old… Continue reading

World Oceans Day 2050 would be a Fishless Celebration

on June 1, 2010 by admin in Canada News, Chile, Economy, Environment, Global Economy, News, Comments Off

According to a recent UN report, the World Oceans Day June 8 designated and celebrated by the UN since last year would be a fishless one in 2050 if the fishing industry failed to restructure itself. The United Nations Environment… Continue reading

Used Cooking Oil-based Bio-diesel becomes a Rage in US

on May 15, 2010 by admin in Blog, Business, Economics, Environment, Global Economy, News, US Business News, Comments Off

In the US, companies and communities alike are fashioning the new wave of energy production by converting cooking oil waste to bio-diesel not just for greening but also for profits and revenue generation. The new craze must be regarded as… Continue reading

Oman-France Eco-tourism Foray on Course despite Deferment

on May 11, 2010 by admin in Bilateral Trade, Blog, Business, Economy, Environment, Miscellaneous, News, Tourism News, Trade News, Comments Off

A workshop on ‘green architecture and eco-tourism’ will be held in Oman between 15 May and 17 May after becoming one of the many casualties to Iceland’s volcanic ashes which disrupted air-travel last month. The highly anticipated event to be… Continue reading