A label already on chocolate will soon appear on bananas
By Rory Van Loo | Special to The Christian Science Monitor
From sustainable news
Consumers have saved countless animals by buying tuna labeled as "dolphin-safe" and cosmetics that are free from animal testing.
Now a new label is entering the mainstream, only this one aims to help people.
by Matthew McDermott, Brooklyn, NY
Indonesia, the world’s largest producer of palm oil, and Brazil , one of the most successful places where ethanol has been produced from sugarcane, have agreed to cooperate on sharing biofuel production knowledge.
Quoted at ENN, Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono indicated that Indonesia could learn from the research and development of Brazil’s experience with ethanol.
Published: Monday, July 28, 2008
OTTAWA - Two projects involving University of Ottawa researchers were among 19 sustainable technology projects awarded $57 million in federal funding Monday.
In total, the University of Ottawa projects are to get $8 million from Sustainable Development Technology Canada, a federal agency that finances research and demonstrations of clean technologies.
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