Without passing single law, Obama crafts bold environmental plan

Age: President Barack Obama could leave office with the most aggressive, far-reaching environmental legacy of any previous occupant of the White House. Yet it is [...]

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Victorian renewable energy companies ‘cut nearly one in 10 jobs’

Guardian: Melbourne’s leading renewable energy companies have cut nearly one in 10 jobs over the past year owing to uncertainty in the sector, according to [...]

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How could man intervene to change the climate?

BBC: Imagine the trouble that would ensue if China resorted to desperate measures to cool its climate but the result was that the Indian Monsoon [...]

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Reef Erosion With Acidity: A ‘Double Whammy’

Nature World: Here’s something you may not have known: tropical coral reefs are constantly building up and breaking down. In healthy ecosystems, the building will [...]

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New Zealand Warned of Higher Storm Surges, King Tides as Sea Levels Rise

Business Times: New Zealand’s infrastructure on low-lying areas and coastal properties are under threat from sea level rises as much as 30 centimetres. A new [...]

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Africa hopes Lima meeting will re-energize climate talks

Deutsche Welle: At the upcoming UN climate change meeting in Lima (COP 20), African groups are hoping that progress can be made towards the goal [...]

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How Government Spying Undermines Climate Action

EcoWatch: Unless you’ve been living in a hole in the ground or in a galaxy far, far away you won’t have missed media revelations about [...]

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What’s At Stake in Lima Climate Talks

Climate Central: It’s nearly time for a reboot on global climate action.
The Kyoto Protocol of 2008 through 2012 succeeded in introducing the world to the [...]

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China Pledges to Honor Emission-Cut Commitments

Beijing Review: The UN Climate Conference in Lima comes on the heels of China and the U.S. reaching a major agreement on climate change at [...]

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UN climate change deal must have legally binding targets, says EU

Guardian: An international deal on global warming must have legally binding targets, Europe will argue at a UN climate summit in Peru next week.
The Lima [...]

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