China becomes world's largest energy producer PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jane Sink   
Friday, 02 October 2009 16:16

In the 60 years since the founding of New China, China's energy supply capacity has developed from weak to strong, and the country has become the world’s largest energy producer. This is according to Zhang Guobao, deputy chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and director of the National Energy Administration speaking at a press conference held by the State Council Information Office on the morning of September 25.

Zhang said that in terms of energy supply, China has become the world's largest energy producer maintaining an energy self-sufficiency rate of over 90 percent, and safeguarding national energy security.

Tamiflu Overdosing PDF Print E-mail
Written by JD James   
Thursday, 24 September 2009 04:13

Tamiflu Dosing Confuses Doctors

A new article in the New England Journal of Medicine details the problems two doctors had in administering common medicine to their children. Kara Jacobson (a health literacy researcher at Emory University) and her husband (a doctor operating from Atlanta Georgia) were horrified at contradictory Tamiflu instructions. Warnings on the box state taking over 12 milligrams could be dangerous, but the parents found over 45 milligrams in the instructed dosage of “three-fourths a tablespoon.” Since Tamiflu is commonly suggested by doctors on curing Swine Flu, these parents are trying to stem a tide of overdosing. Click below for more information:

Careful With Tamiflu Dosing In Kids

California Budgets for Efficiency PDF Print E-mail
Written by JD James   
Saturday, 26 September 2009 20:35

California Budgets for Efficiency

The California Public Utilities Commission has set aside over 3 billion dollars to cut consumer power needs. The money will be distributed through rebate programs, encouraging people to invest in alternative energies. Big savings will be found in buying solar panels and retrofitting homes. Click below for more information:

California funds biggest energy efficiency plan

Mekong Wildlife PDF Print E-mail
Written by JD James   
Saturday, 26 September 2009 03:33

Disappearing Species in Mekong

Last year 163 new species were discovered in the Southeast Asian Mekong region. Unfortunately, all of these species are becoming extinct by the day. Global warming is to blame stated the World Wildlife Foundation in its report released this Friday. The WWF timed the release a week ahead of the UN Summit on climate change coming to Bangkok. Click below for more information:

Climate Change Threatens Mekong Species

Grizzlies Re-Endangered PDF Print E-mail
Written by JD James   
Monday, 21 September 2009 22:08

Grizzlies Re-Endangered

U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy ruled that the North American Grizzly Bear be returned to “Threatened” status under the Endangered Species Act. Grizzly bears were removed from the list in 2007 due to an increase in population. The court ruled, however, that there is not enough Whitebark Pine (the Grizzly's primary food source) to sustain the population. The 46 page ruling cited that climate change is to blame. Judge Donald Molloy also ruled that Yellowstone Fish and Wildlife Officer procedures are inadequate in protecting the great bear. For more information, click the link below:

Federal Judge: Grizzly Bears Still Threatened

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