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EU: climate deal hinges on US, China 24.11.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
EU: climate deal hinges on US, China
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Climate Science and Candor 24.11.2009 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
A selection of the hacked emails from the Climate Research Unit.
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Obama in key talks with Indian PM 24.11.2009 BBC: World
President Obama is to hold talks with Indian PM Manmohan Singh in the first state reception of his presidency.
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Boy, 4, found stabbed to death 24.11.2009 BBC: Front Page
A four-year-old boy is found stabbed to death at a south London flat, police say.
Climate change fears spark ‘new nuclear age’ 24.11.2009 MSNBC
Nuclear power — long considered environmentally hazardous — is emerging as perhaps the world's most unlikely weapon against climate change. ...
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Assembly of Latin America's largest wind farm completed 24.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Obama in key talks with Indian PM 24.11.2009 BBC South Asia
President Obama is to hold talks with Indian PM Manmohan Singh in the first state reception of his presidency.
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McDonalds to go green 24.11.2009 Hindustan Times: News
McDonalds has decided to go green  - at least with its logo. At German branches of the fast-food chain, the famous golden arches will be emblazoned on a green background, rather than its usual red.
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EU drops Qualcomm anti-trust case 24.11.2009 BBC: Business
The European Commission drops its probe into claims that US chip maker Qualcomm abused its dominant position in the mobile technology market.
Green redemption 24.11.2009 The Economist
The world saved the bankers. Now it is time for the bankers to return the favour DEPENDING on how you view it, climate change is either the biggest problem mankind faces or its greatest financial opportunity. For example, McKinsey has become known as a climate-change consultant, thanks to its greenhouse gas “cost abatement curve”. This clever little chart shows the relative opportunity costs of different abatement activities. McKinsey’s curve and expertise on climate change have opened the doors and pockets of ministries and industries around the globe. What is striking about the global cost-abatement curve is what a bargain it seems to be to lower emissions by protecting rainforests. There is plenty of argument about whether it really will be as cheap as the curve suggests. For example, Simon Counsell, director of the Rainforest Foundation, in Britain, queries whether the opportunity costs of reducing slash-and-burn farming are as low as they are presented. Subsistence ...
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Obama to offer target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions 24.11.2009 Boston Globe: Nation
Obama to offer target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions
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Schumer says health bill will pass 24.11.2009 Boston Globe: Nation
Schumer says health bill will pass
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CO2 levels shoot off chart as important climate talks approach 24.11.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
MAUNA LOA OBSERVATORY, Hawaii -- The readings at this 2-mile-high station show an upward curve as the world counts down to climate talks: Global warming gases have built up to record levels in the atmosphere, from emissions that match scientists' worst-case scenarios.
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Ways Obama can tend bonds with India 24.11.2009 Boston Globe: Opinion
Ways Obama can tend bonds with India
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Universal appeal 24.11.2009 BBC: Front Page
A quirky look at the people who stare deep into space
Our warm globe 24.11.2009 BBC: Front Page
The past, present and possible future of climate change
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And the Overall winner is... Julie Walters wins International Emmy 24.11.2009 BBC: Front Page
Julie Walters and Ben Whishaw take the top acting prizes at the International Emmy Awards in New York while Sir David Frost wins a lifetime achievement award.
Death crash after motorway error 24.11.2009 BBC: Front Page
A 65-year-old man dies in a four-car collision on M8 in Glasgow, after a car travels the wrong way down the motorway.
Global warming may increase chances of civil war in Africa 24.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Global warming may be unstoppable, says scientist 24.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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