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New climate targets may not change daily life much 27.11.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
New climate targets may not change daily life much
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New CO2 targets may not change life much 27.11.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Washington » Americans' day-to-day lives won't change noticeably if President Barack Obama achieves his newly announced goal of slashing carbon dioxide pollution by one-sixth in the next decade, experts say.
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Jobs, economics complicate Brazil's Amazon fight 27.11.2009 Seattle Times: Top stories
Drawing his .40-caliber pistol, Severiano Pontes dashes across the steaming, muddy jungle floor, a hunch telling him what he would find around a bend.
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Manmohan Singh arrives in Trinidad for CHOGM 27.11.2009 Hindustan Times: News
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, arrived on Thursday afternoon from Washington to attend the three-day Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Port of Spain.
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Jobs, economics complicate Brazil's Amazon fight 27.11.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Jobs, economics complicate Brazil's Amazon fight
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Scientists Turn Trees Into Carbon Banks 27.11.2009 NPR: Morning Edition
Scientists in California are experimenting with carbon banking. The idea is to manage forests so they absorb more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and slow down global warming. Countries could, in essence, be paid to turn their forests into carbon banks.
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China to keep pumping out carbon despite climate pledge 27.11.2009 Hindustan Times: World
China is touting its carbon-limiting plan as a "major contribution" to the struggle against climate change, but its already massive greenhouse gas emissions will still rise for years to come.
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China for carbon intensity cuts, India defiant 27.11.2009 CNN-IBN Top Stories
NO CUTS? India remains adamant that it will not submit to legally binding cuts on carbon emissions. China has announced carbon intensity cuts voluntarily.
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India slams develooped nations on climate change, protectionism 27.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Jobs, economics complicate Brazil's Amazon fight 27.11.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
Jobs, economics complicate Brazil's Amazon fight
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Climate change trial run in Port of Spain 27.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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CHOGM begins tonight, to set tone for Copenhagen 27.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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India, the voice of developing nations on climate change: Saran 27.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Scientists Turn Trees Into Carbon Banks 27.11.2009 NPR News
Scientists in California are experimenting with carbon banking. The idea is to manage forests so they absorb more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and slow down global warming. Countries could, in essence, be paid to turn their forests into carbon banks.
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New climate targets may not change daily life much 27.11.2009 San Jose Mercury News: News
Obama's proposed cut would have little impact on most
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New climate targets may not change daily life much 27.11.2009 SFGate: Top Stories
New climate targets may not change daily life much
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'US, China climate proposals encouraging' 27.11.2009 Hindustan Times: News
New US and Chinese proposals on combating global warming are "extremely encouraging" French President Nicolas Sarkozy said at a one-day climate change meeting in Manaus.
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Brazil Seeks West’s Aid on Amazon 27.11.2009 NYT > World
MANAUS, Brazil (AP) — President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of Brazil said Thursday that rich Western nations should pay to prevent deforestation in the Amazon rain forest because those countries have caused much more past environmental destruction than the local loggers and farmers.

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China Unveils Target for Carbon Cuts 27.11.2009 Wall St. Journal: Asia
China unveiled specific targets to slow its carbon emissions and said that Premier Wen Jiabao would attend the global climate-change summit in Copenhagen next month.
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Australian Party Leader Mulls Vote 27.11.2009 Wall St. Journal: Asia
Australia's opposition leader, Malcolm Turnbull, said he would consider another vote over leadership of the Liberal Party.
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