Sunday, January 18, 2009

Clean Air News - January 18th, 2009

On January 18th, 2009 (News Every Sunday)
See the last issue on January 11th, 2009

Science Daily, January 8th, 2009
To Climate-change Worries, Add One More: Extended Mercury Threat.

Guardian, January 12th, 2009
The Carbon Cost of Googling.

Bloomberg, January 12th, 2009
Budapest Mayor Restricts Car Traffic to Control Air Pollution.

Africa Files, January 2nd, 2009
Climate Change and Cocoa Production in Cameroon: Farmers' Experience and Livelihood Implications.

European Environmental Agency (EEA), 2009
2009 Key Environmental Issues for Europe.

Korean Times, January 7th, 2009
Seoul's Air Becomes Cleaner.
Seoul News, January 8th, 2009
Seoul Air Quality Improving.

PG Citizen (Canada), January 6th, 2009
Roundtable sets targets to slash air pollution.

Times of India, January 13th, 2009
Ride a Cycle and Save Environment, Pune, India.

Science Daily, January 13th, 2009
'Refinery Dust' Reveals Clues About Local Polluters in Houston, Texas.

The National (India), January 12th, 2009
Polluted air inflates respiratory ailments.

WWF, January 13th, 2009
Power emissions limits to save most carbon at least cost.

Guardian, January 13th, 2009
Women bear the brunt of growing environmental problems in Katine, Uganda.

Manila Standard, January 12th, 2009
Agencies bungle air clean-up program in Manila, Philippines.

NY Times, January 15th, 2009
US E.P.A. Pick Vows to Put Science First.

The News, January 15th, 2009
CNG use in vehicles to cut air pollution in Lahore, Pakistan.

NPR, January 15th, 2009
A Billion Cars and Counting by Daniel Sperling.

Science Daily, January 16th, 2009
Mass production of Micro-hybrid Technology Set To Cut Emissions And Fuel Use In Cars.

ITS, November, 2008
Comparing air quality impacts of hydrogen and gasoline.

Grist News, January 15th, 2009
Transport ministers plot climate action in Japan.

Times of India, January 15th, 2009
Winter smog can affect joggers in Mumbai, India.

Daily Triumph (Nigeria), January 15th, 2008
Rescuing Nigerians from carbon monoxide emissions.

NPR, January 16th, 2009
Afghans Feel Ill Effects of Rising Air Pollution in Kabul.

Hong Kong, January 16th, 2009
Hong Kong To Revise Air Pollution Index.

Pinoy Press (Philippines), January 17th, 2009
Street-Level Air Pollution in Asian Cities Worse Than Thought

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