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View Resource Amazon Soy Moratorium: So Far, So Good

A two-year moratorium on the purchase of soybeans in newly deforested parts of the Amazon rainforest put in place by Greenpeace, working with the Brazilian Vegetable Oils Industry Association, seems...
View Resource APT Sustainable Energy

For thermal imaging and commercial equipment used.
View Resource Bronzeoak Group Homepage

The Bronzeoak Group develops, finances and owns renewable energy projects and is currently working on sustainable developments in the UK, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Central America. The...
View Resource Country Analysis Briefs

Recent country analysis brief updates.
View Resource Green Energy in Europe

This new green energy report by Reuters Business Insight, produced in conjunction with, is the successor to the hugely successful Green Energy Outlook 2001. Focusing on the impact...
View Resource International Energy Outlook

The International Energy Outlook 2009 presents an assessment by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) of the outlook for international energy markets through 2030. U.S. projections appearing...
View Resource Kipp & Zonen Homepage

This company provides atmospheric monitoring systems and instrumentation for use in meteorology and climatology. Products include a complete range of ISO and WMO class meteorological radiation...
View Resource Solar Electric Light Company Homepage

Sells and services solar electric home lighting systems and customized lighting systems in areas of the world lacking access to reliable electricity. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, the company...

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