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Environmental News Service (2nd-24th December)
(24th December 2002, ENS)


Cracking down on bad logging in Indonesia
(19th December 2002, Newsgroup)


To Save The Forest, The Trees Must Go
(16th December 2002, Newsgroup)


Chile Protects Profits Not Forests
(13th December 2002, Newsgroup)


Roadless Rule Reinstated!
(13th December 2002, Reuters)


Deserts in Indonesia
(6th December 2002, Newsgroup)


Canadian Spotted Owl Going Extinct?
(5th December 2002, Newsgroup)


Environmental News Service (11th-29th November)
(29th November 2002, ENS)


CITES act on Mahogany!
(28th November 2002, Greenpeace)


An environmental win amid post-election gloom
(25th November 2002, Newsgroup)


World Land Trust Launches CarbonBalanced.org
(15th November 2002, World Lant Trust)


Staples Sets Environmental Policy
(12th November 2002, Newsgroup)


Environmental News Network Summary (29th October-8th November)
(8th November 2002, ENN)


Environmental News Service (28th October-8th November)
(8th November 2002, ENS)


Why It Makes Sense To Recycle Paper
(7th November 2002, GreenPlanet)


Bay Area groups take on heavyweight Staples in fight to save old forests
(4th November 2002, Newsgroup)


Environmental News Network Summary (17th-25th October)
(25th October 2002, ENN)


People take up most of the planet, U.S. study says
(23rd October 2002, Newsgroup)


Facts About Trees
(17th October 2002, GreenPlanet)


Environmental News Network News Summary (1st-16th October)
(16th October 2002, ENN)


Environmental News Service Summary (1st-11th October)
(11th October 2002, ENS)


Despite Warnings, India Bent On Pursuing GM Crops
(5th October 2002, GreenPlanet / IPS)


Environmental News Service Summary (17th-30th September)
(30th September 2002, ENS)


Thirteen Goddesses Take Over Threatened Forest
(28th September 2002, Newsgroup)


Environmental News Network News Summary (18th-27th September)
(27th September 2002, ENN)


Brazilian Rainforest Communities Stand Up to Illegal Loggers
(25th September 2002, Greenpeace)


Environmental News Network News Summary (10th-17th September)
(17th September 2002, ENN)


Environmental News Service (9th-16th September)
(16th September 2002, ENS)


Stop the destruction of Chile's endangered forests
(13th September 2002, Newsgroup)


Environmental Group Targets Staples
(10th September 2002, Newsgroup)


Letter Campaign
(9th September 2002, SOE)


Activists Shred Paper Retailers Over Use of Old-Growth Trees
(9th September 2002, Newsgroup)


Environmental News Network News Summary (3rd-6th September)
(6th September 2002, ENN)


More Summit Stories, Korean Typhoon and Ocean Protection
(6th September 2002, ENS)


Powell's Summit Talk Met With Jeers
(4th September 2002, Newsgroup)


Trees Fall in Canada's Forests, but U.S. Isn't Buying (New York Times)
(3rd September 2002, Newsgroup)


Crunch Time Nears for Earth Summit Accord
(30th August 2002, Reuters)


Environmental News Network News Summary (27th-30th August)
(30th August 2002, ENN)


Summit Stories from ENS
(30th August 2002, ENS)


Environmental News Network News Summary (15th-23rd August)
(23rd August 2002, ENN)


Bush's fire management, Summit, Rainforest park, European greenhouse gases, Monsoon rains
(23rd August 2002, ENS)


Flooded Europe, Slowing population, Dirty water
(21st August 2002, ENS)


Environmental News Network News Summary (1st-14th August)
(14th August 2002, ENN)


Soot, particles, aerosols : an Asian brown cocktail
(13th August 2002, ENS)


Humanity loses $250 billion a year in wild habitat
(10th August 2002, ENS)


Think tank defends forestry definitions
(8th August 2002, Newsgroup)


Australian film on Indonesian illegal logging causes outrage
(8th August 2002, EIA)


Cambodia passes long-awaited law to curb logging
(31st July 2002, Associated Press)


Environmental News Network News Summary (24th-30th July)
(30th July 2002, ENN)


Teak poachers are killing off great forests of Indonesia
(29th July 2002, Seattle Times)


Chile's Forests and the FSC
(26th July 2002, Newsgroup)


Environmental News Network News Summary (10th-23rd July)
(23rd July 2002, ENN)


U.S., Australia Climate Plan Cuts No Emissions
(16th July 2002, ENS)


Environmental News Network News Summary (2nd-9th July)
(9th July 2002, ENN)


Australia's Catholic Church Embraces Environment
(6th July 2002, ENS)


Malaysia to ban import of Indonesian logs, but illegal logging continues
(6th July 2002, Newsgroup)


British Government respond to our Rainforest Petition
(3rd July 2002, SOE)


The Importance of Trees
(2nd July 2002, GreenPlanet)


G8 Pledges to Back Sustainability, Fight Terror
(1st July 2002, ENS)


Environmental News Network News Summary (25-28th June)
(28th June 2002, ENN)


Warming Climate Spawns Disease Epidemics
(26th June 2002, ENS)


Two New Monkeys Found in Amazon Rainforest
(26th June 2002, ENS)


Malaysia bans Indonesian log imports
(25th June 2002, BBC)


Global Warming - The Acceleration Factor by Roger Andrew
(22nd June 2002, GreenPlanet)


Environmental News Network News Summary (5th-21st June)
(21st June 2002, ENN)


No Margin for Error
(20th June 2002, Newsgroup)


Now in Alaska, Even the Permafrost is Melting
(17th June 2002, New York Times)


FOREST FRENZY - Shut-out protesters demand sustainable lumber harvesting practices
(17th June 2002, Newsgroup)


Hungry to Bed, Hungry to Rise
(11th June 2002, ENS)


President Bush Rejects Climate Change Report
(6th June 2002, ENS)


Environmental News Network News Summary (21st May-4th June)
(4th June 2002, ENN)


Save Secondary Forests Too
(23rd May 2002, Newsgroup)


PNG Prime Minister Backs Greenpeace Logging Protest
(17th May 2002, ENS)


Environmental News Network Summary (7th-17th May)
(17th May 2002, ENN)


Annan Urges World Summit to Rehabilitate the Earth
(15th May 2002, Green Planet)


U'WA victory communique! Resisting the Money King
(9th May 2002, Newsgroup)


New Penan Blockades of Logging Roads in Sarawak, Malaysia
(7th May 2002, Newsgroup)


Environmental News Network Summary (25th April-3rd May)
(3rd May 2002, ENN)


CBD Conference fails to protect Ancient Forests
(25th Apr 2002, Newsgroup)


Bush's Energy Plan
(24th Apr 2002, Article)


Environmental News Network News Summary (2nd-24th April)
(24th Apr 2002, ENN)


Summit Shambles
(23rd Apr 2002, BBC Sourced)


Bio-Piracy
(23rd Apr 2002, BBC Sourced)


Where Are Our Forests?
(23rd Apr 2002, BBC Sourced)


Greenpeace take action to stop imports from the 'Forest of Great Apes'
(15th Apr 2002, Email)


Chile disobeys Biodiversity treaty
(8th Apr 2002, Santiago Times)


Campaign Report - Signature Delivery to Downing Street
(28th Mar 2002, SOE)


Environmental News Network Summary (5-19th March)
(19th Mar 2002, ENN)


Belize Environmentalists sue to save Rainforest
(14th Mar 2002, NRDC)


Boreal Forests and Global Warming
(6th Mar 2002, Newsgroup)


Wood-for-Good - Misleading claims from new UK television campaign
(5th Mar 2002, Article/Email)


Economists urge protection of old-growth forests
(1st Mar 2002, Newsgroup)


Indonesia haze shuts schools
(28th Feb 2002, ENN)


Alaska drilling, Medicinal plants, Ivory and Timber Ships
(26th Feb 2002, ENN)


Climate Change could change Forests
(19th Feb 2002, Newsgroup)


Logging threatens Monarch butterflies in Mexico
(15th Feb 2002, Newsgroup)


IMF Policies Lead to Global Deforestation
(29th Jan 2002, Newsgroup)


Did You Know?
(7th Jan 2002, Channel 4 Teletext)



Document last updated on Tuesday 30 August 2011

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