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  1. Oslo says any diesel motorists violating the 48-hour ban will be fined 1,500 kroner (166 euros,

    Drivers see red over Oslo's green 'war on cars'

  2. Indonesian farmer Kawal Surbakti says a planned EU palm oil ban could devastate his income

    EU palm oil ban sows bitter seeds for Southeast Asian farmers

    Indonesian palm oil farmer Kawal Surbakti says his livelihood is under attack, but the threat is not from insects or hungry orangutans eating his ...
  3. Ten thousand tyres are set to be lifted out of the sea by the divers and boat crew over the next few

    France reverses car tyre sea sanctuary - an environmental flop

    What seemed a like a crazy idea turned out to be just that: A 1980s experiment that saw 25,000 car tyres dumped into the crystal-clear waters of ...
  4. The bodies of the victims of a landslide lie inside a chapel in the City of Naga

    6 dead, dozens feared trapped after Philippine monsoon landslide

  5. By measuring how quickly an oyster's valves open and close, scientists can be alerted to minute

    Researchers turn to oysters as pollution-tracking sentinels

    French researchers hoping to get an early warning on pollution in the ocean have found an unlikely ally in a mollusc more often destined for the ...
  6. File photo of shopper walking down aisle in newly opened Walmart Neighborhood Market in Chicago

    Commentary: Walmart goes green, but grapples with what is 'sustainable enough' for shoppers

    Walmart's push for sustainability practices has seen promising early results, say two researchers.
  7. CCAG eco-dining main

    The truth behind 'sustainably fished' and 'organic' labels

    Organic veggies, certified sustainable seafood and farm-to-table dining are all the green rage in Singapore – but are they as earth-friendly as ...