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New climate plans would cut projected warming levels

New climate plans would cut projected warming levels

This really does appear to be a good news story about climate change − and even the not-so-good qualification that accompanies it still leaves something tocelebrate. Researchers say the post-2020 plans announced recently by China and the US ... Eco-Business, 1 month ago

Climate Researchers Lower Global Warming Forecast on Plans to Cut Emissions

Climate researchers lowered their forecast for global warming for the first time since 2009 after the greenhouse gas polluters agreed to limit their emissions over the next 15 years, a group of European academics said. Efforts by the U.S., ...
 Insurance Journal1 month ago Global Warming Forecast Cut on Plans of Biggest Polluters  BusinessWeek1 month ago

Australia named world's greatest climate wrecker

Australia has taken out a dubious honor at the climate change talks that extended their deadline into Saturday in the Peruvian capital of Lima. The Climate Action Network, a global umbrella organization of over 900 environmental groups, awarded ...
 World Bulletin1 month ago World Bank: weather extremes will be the 'new climate normal'  Ecologist1 month ago Confronting the new normal: World Bank launches PIK climate report  Environmental Expert1 month ago GLOBAL: Report warns weather extremes could be 'new climate normal'  IWA Publishing2 months ago

New Climate Normal Poses Severe Risks to Development World Bank report

Tashkent, Uzbekistan ( -- As the planet warms further, heat-waves and other weather extremes that today occur once in hundreds of years, if ever, would become the new climate normal, creating a world of increased risks and instability.
 UzDaily.com1 month ago 'New climate normal' poses severe risks to development in the Caribbean  Caribbean News Now!1 month ago World Is Locked into ~1.5C Warming and Risks Are Rising, New Climate Report Finds  UNEP2 months ago Global warming threatens development: World Bank report  Africa News Wire2 months ago
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World Bank warns effects of global warming are now unavoidable (Mon 24/11)

by ClickGreen staff . Published Mon 24 Nov 2014 12:16 Climate change is now "locked in" and unavoidable As the planet continues to warm, heat-waves and other extreme weather events that today occur once in hundreds of years, if ever, ...
 Click Green2 months ago Climate change impacts 'unavoidable' but 'can be reduced', says World Bank  Environmental Data Interactive Exchange2 months ago Climate Change: It's Too Late to Avoid 1.5C Temperature Rise, Says World Bank  International Business Times UK2 months ago Planet Already on 'Unavoidable Course to Warming': World Bank Report  Common Dreams2 months ago
Business Spectator

Australian emissions 'set to soar by 2020'

Australia's emissions are set to soar by 2020 under the government's new policies, according to a new analysis by the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) , released overnight at the climate talks in Lima. An in-depth analysis of Australia's emissions and ...
 Business Spectator1 month ago

Economy Watch: World Bank Warns of Long-Term Economic Dislocation from Climate Change

Nov. 25, 2014 By Dees Stribling, Contributing Editor The World Bank released a report on the long-term impact of climate change on Monday, focusing on the affect on the lives and livelihoods of people in three parts of the world. The ...
 Multi-Housing News2 months ago Economy Watch: World Bank Reports on Climate Change; Chicago Fed Releases October Numbers  Commercial Property Executive2 months ago
ABC Online

Climate change threat the lowest since monitoring began

A new study says the world's climate is on track to rise three degrees above the average by 2100, the best result since monitoring began. PROJECTED GLOBAL WARMING this century will slow but will still be at a severe rate after promises by China, ...
 ABC Online1 month ago
Daily Times

Strategic planning needed to tackle climate change: Sharmila

KARACHI: Special Assistant to Chief Minister Sindh, Sharmila Faruqui, said in a statement on Sunday that a long-term strategic planning is needed to tackle climate change implications for Pakistan as the country is extremely vulnerable because of ...
 Daily Times2 months ago Strategic planning needed to tackle climate change implications: Sharmila  Pakistan Press International2 months ago
Renew Economy

Australia accused of cooking the books for climate targets

LIMA: Australia may be able to lift its industrial emissions by around half over the last 30 years and still be able to meet its Kyoto Protocol targets, according to new analysis released on Thursday at the Lima climate talks. The research by ...
 Renew Economy1 month ago
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