Environmental Defense

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Environmental Defense

Address:257 Park Ave S
New York, NY 10010

Web: www.environmentaldefense.org
Established: 1967. Description:Links science, economics, and law to create solutions to environmental problems. Goals include stabilizing the earth's climate, safeguarding the world's oceans, protecting human health, and defending and restoring biodiversity. Maintains regional offices throughout the United States. Members: 500,000. Dues: $25/year.
Publications: Solutions (bimonthly); free. Wide variety of other print and online materials.

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The FloodSax - devised and manufactured by Golcar-based Environmental Defence Systems Ltd - include a special gelling polymer which helped to absorb the shrapnel generated by the explosion.
The pressure was rewarded after 10 minutes when Scott Horne jinked through the Environmental defence, managing to push the ball past the outstretched goalkeeper.
The prize total of $3.5 million was awarded to Small and Medium Enterprises and NGOs category to the UK's Carbon Disclosure Project whilst India's Orb Energy, and Environmental Defence Fund of the US were the first and second runners-up respectively in the same category.
Michael Fenn will chair the founding board, joining vice-chair Maia Becker from the Forest Stewardship Council; treasurer Peter Kendall of the Schad Foundation; secretary Erec Stevenson of Environmental Defence; and Thomas Mueller, president and CEO of the Canada Green Building Council.
A guide released by Canada's Environmental Defence said parents should avoid purchasing school supplies that contain the compound polyvinyl chloride.
The Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ) and Canada's Environmental Defence are advising parents not to buy products made with polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, which contains chemicals that can cause a range of adverse health effects.
Ltd (GBI) took third place in the annual Adam Teva V'Din (Israel Union for Environmental Defence) report for its environmental transparency.
15, the group Environmental Defence released a report entitled "Canada's Toxic Tar Sands: The Most Destructive Project on Earth".
15, the Environmental Defence released a report entitled "Canada's Toxic Tar Sands: The Most Destructive Project on Earth".
The same group that tested our politicians, Environmental Defence, published a similar headline-grabbing study, "Polluted children, toxic nation," in June 2006.
These are just some of the 30,000 government food test results released by Environmental Defence Canada in mid-February.

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