Global carbon dioxide emissions are projected to hit a record 40Bt in 2014, according to a study by climate change research organization Tyndall Centre. Award-winning and trusted the world over, Business News Americas is the only English ... Business News Americas, 1 month ago
Leaders urged to change course on climate - Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
New Research Predicts 2014 CO2 Emissions In Excess Of 40 Billion Tons - Red Orbit, 1 month ago
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Main story Blog Key findings Reaction Mitigation 'Cinderella' tech Green dreams Cities Geoengineering Q&A: Climate Glossary Animation History BBC News environment correspondent Richard Black traces key milestones, scientific discoveries, technical ...BBC, 1 month ago
€245 Million To Be Invested In Five New World-Class SFI Research Centres In Ireland - Minister Bruton, Minister English
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, and Minister for Skills, Re and Innovation Damien English TD today (Monday) announced Government and industry funding of ¤245 million for the establishment of five new world-class SFI ...Noodls, 5 days ago
Naomi Klein's "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate": A Book That Should Be Widely Read
Countercurrents.org You know your government has failed when your grandma starts to riot: A Review of Naomi Klein, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2014). ISBN: 978-1-4516-9738-4 Naomi Klein has ...Counter Currents, 3 weeks ago
Ref: 14/157 29 August 2014 Sea levels are rising Need to address human-led and other non-climatic changes Coastal regions under threat from climate change and sea-level rise need to tackle the more immediate threats of human-led ...University of Southampton, 1 month ago
For more than a decade international climate-policy discussions have revolved around a seemingly simple goal: Limit the rise in average global surface temperature to two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit). But a new paper argues that the ...National Geographic, 3 weeks ago
Read more: IT WAS impressive, but can it make a difference? Representatives of more than 150 countries met at the United Nations headquarters in New York City on Tuesday to discuss climate change. And it wasn't just government leaders present: ...New Scientist, 1 month ago
At one minute to 1pm on Sunday, 310,000 people marching on the streets of Manhattan stopped. Aztec dancers in colourful traditional costumes and feather headdresses froze. Native American singers silenced their drums. Up and down the streets and ...New Scientist, 1 month ago
If the world's biggest polluter doesn't radically reduce the amount of coal it burns within the next decade, nothing anyone does to stabilize the climate will matter. Inside the slow, frustrating and hopeful struggle to find a new way forward A s ...Rolling Stone, 1 month ago
The likelihood and potential impacts of volcanic ash on nuclear generating sites in the UK will be investigated by reers from the University of Bristol in partnership with EDF Energy, thanks to a £150,000 grant from the Natural Environmental Re ...MyScience, 1 week ago
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