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Copenhagen starts large-scale smart LED lighting experiment
EE Times Europe

Copenhagen starts smart LED lighting experiment

Page 1 of 2 The city authorities are busy implementing a climate change plan to turn Copenhagen 'carbon neutral' by 2025. An integral element part of the plan involves the city redesigning its streetlighting solutions. Worldwide, lighting is the ... Analog DesignLine Europe, 1 week ago

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BBC

BASIC countries to discuss climate change today

NEW DELHI: Representatives of BASIC countries — Brazil, South Africa, India and China — will meet here on Thursday to chalk out common ground on crucial issues ahead of the climate change talks in Lima in December. The meeting will be attended ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Rising economies ahead on climate  People Daily2 weeks ago Rising economies 'ahead on climate'  BBC2 weeks ago India to host BASIC summit to discuss climate change  Blue & Green Tomorrow3 weeks ago
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Public Radio International

Why President Obama's strong words on climate change matter, despite his weak record

We're not going to be able to burn it all." Ten words from Barack Obama that journalist Mark Hertsgaard says "constitute one of the most stunning statements ever made by a United States president." Why? Obama was being interviewed for the ...
 Public Radio International2 months ago Hard choices at Copenhagen  The Hindu2 months ago Barack Obama gatecrashed Wen-Manmohan ‘secret’ meet  Asian Age2 months ago When Barack Obama Forcibly Entered Secret Sino-India-South Africa-Brazil Meet  NDTV2 months ago
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Greentech Lead

Obama firm on climate change policy standPosted on 01 Sep 2014

Countries like India and China need to play a significant role in addressing the challenges of climate change, stated the Obama Administration. The Obama government was strongly disapproving the reports that it has signed any international treaty ...
 Greentech Lead18 hours ago Obama administration says no deal reached on climate change  Times of India1 day ago No New Global Treaty on Climate Change, Working on It: US  Outlook India4 days ago
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Washington Times

The Head-On Politics of Going Around Congress on Climate Change

The Obama administration hopes to strike an international deal to reduce emissions without getting the Hill's approval.(David McNew/) On the surface, word that the Obama administration is negotiating a global climate change pact that probably ...
 National Journal4 days ago White House open to working on international climate deal without Congress  Washington Times5 days ago Obama eyes plan to circumvent Congress on climate agreement  MSNBC4 days ago Obama seeks to bypass Congress for U.N. climate change deal: report  Washington Times5 days ago
Christian Science Monitor

UN climate change report warns of 'irreversible' impacts

A draft UN climate change report finds that global warming could be irreversible, painting a harsh warning of what's causing global warming and what it will do to humans and the environment. It also offers ways to curb climate change. Steam rises ...
 Christian Science Monitor6 days ago Climate report finds risk of 'irreversible' damage to planet  Globe and Mail5 days ago Irreversible Damage Seen From Climate Change in UN Leak  Bloomberg6 days ago Irreversible damage from climate change seen in leaked UN paper  TicoTimes.net4 days ago
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Digital Journal

Editorial: A climate for change: The U.S. can help drive a new round of global carbon cuts

By , PROBABLY THE most persuasive argument against U.S. action on global warming is China. No U.S.-only initiative can stop the planet from warming. Any effective response to climate change will require broad, international effort. All true.
 Washington Post4 days ago Draft of upcoming IPCC report presents stark view of the future as climate change rages on  Environment & Development Magazine4 days ago Human-caused global warming may be irreversible says UN report  Digital Journal5 days ago UN open letter warns it's time to act to keep global warming under 2° Celsius  The Climate Group4 days ago
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Climate change: The secrets of our collusion

For members of Parliament hearing testimonyin Durban on climate change on Friday August 29,the critical baby step in the direction of a sane climate policy is relatively simple: measure how much South Africa's major greenhouse gas polluters emit so ...
 Mail & Guardian Online3 days ago
BBC

UN seeks climate change 'Malala'

Five hundred people are to learn if they have won the chance to vent their frustration at world leaders over the stalemate on climate policy. They applied to address more than 100 heads of state and government at next month's UN climate summit in ...
 BBC3 days ago
Washington Times

New York legal brief may be blueprint for Obama climate change deal

Two years ago, the New York attorney general's office prepared a legal brief laying out a potential case for asking courts to make the U.S. cut greenhouse gas emissions based on international treaties, according to documents reviewed by The ...
 Washington Times4 days ago
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