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EU APNewsAlert 7.12.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
EU APNewsAlert
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Climate change makes reef fishes more aggressive 7.12.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Call for action at key UN climate change summit 7.12.2009 New Kerala: World News
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UNEP to support Indian stand on forestry 7.12.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Key UN climate change summit opens 7.12.2009 New Kerala: World News
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UN climate conference opens in Copenhagen 7.12.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
UN climate conference opens in Copenhagen
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Some background on the climate talks 7.12.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Some background on the climate talks
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Call for action at key UN climate change summit 7.12.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Some background on "COP-15," the climate talks in Copenhagen 7.12.2009 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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UN climate conference opens in Copenhagen for 2 weeks of talks on new global warming pact 7.12.2009 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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As Climate Meeting Starts, a Revival of Skepticism 7.12.2009 NYT > Environment
The furor over researchers’ stolen e-mail shows that doubt about human-driven climate change persists even as scientists thought that battle had been won.

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In pictures: John Vidal's climate change journey 7.12.2009 Guardian: Environment

John Vidal travels on a climate change journey from the Himalayan glaciers of Nepal to the Bay of Bengal


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Carbon emissions data: can the Copenhagen climate summit bring these down? Full data, new viz 7.12.2009 Guardian: Environment
The Copenhagen climate change summit has started. Now, the US is no longer number one emitter of carbon dioxide, having been overtaken by China in these latest figures. But when did it happen? 阅读中文 | Read this in Chinese • Get the data The Csummit is finally here - and Copenhagen is likely to be a historic moment , whatever the result. The background to the Copnehagen summit is the amount of carbon we're pumping out into the atmosphere. These are the figures, and the latest visualisation we've produced. Which country is number one in carbon emissions? Up until very recently, it was the US - now, it is indisputedly China, as shown by this data. These are the latest figures - up to 2007 - from the respected US Energy Information Administration . This has (literally) every country in the world on it and its emissions going back to 1980 — plus we've put on some handy percentage change data and ranking information. The curious thing is, we've been here before. Last year we reported that ...
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South Africa to cut carbon by 34% 7.12.2009 BBC: World
South Africa says it will reduce its greenhouse gases by 34% by 2020 but wants financial aid to do so.
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Ed Miliband: climate change deniers are 'profoundly irresponsible' 7.12.2009 Guardian: Environment
As the Copenhagen summit begins, climate change secretary attacks those who claim the science of global warming is in doubt Ed Miliband, the climate change secretary, today said critics who argue that climate change is not the result of human actions are "profoundly irresponsible". As negotiating teams from 192 countries gather in Copenhagen for the climate change summit, Miliband admitted there was "further to go" on persuading climate change sceptics here and abroad. But he defended Gordon Brown's criticism of them in the Guardian as "behind-the-times, anti-science, flat-earth climate sceptics" . Miliband told the BBC's Radio 4 Today programme: "The overwhelming consensus of scientists across the world is that climate change is real and is man-made and is happening. The people who do somehow want to suggest that the science is in doubt are profoundly irresponsible." He added: "We know that carbon dioxide concentrations are the highest level in the atmosphere in 600,000 years – ...
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Your complete guide to Copenhagen 7.12.2009 Guardian: Environment

Follow our interactive explainer and find out about the issues, the deal-makers and the numbers that matter


Alun Anderson, author of 'After the Ice', on global warming in the Arctic 7.12.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest

Alun Anderson, author of 'After the Ice', talks to Alok Jha about global warming in the Arctic



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Public and private sectors must work together to help farmers 7.12.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
The private and public sectors must do what they do best, but look for ways to cooperate to help smallholder farmers, says Howard Minigh, president of CropLife International The world's farmers, especially smallholders across Africa and South Asia, such as those in Katine , are facing growing threats to their ability to feed themselves and the world. Smallholders' lack of productive capacity will not be addressed by continuing the status quo. We need to build broader, deeper and more effective partnerships that improve the effectiveness of the global food chain, and offer farmers the opportunity to produce more and earn more. Governments have the power to create effective environmental and agricultural regulation, to prioritise public investment and to build the infrastructure that connects farmers to the broader economy. But they cannot act across borders, and their knowledge and range of technologies are often limited. More importantly still, governments face competing social priorities ...
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Carbon emissions data: can the Copenhagen climate summit bring these down? Full data, new viz 7.12.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
The Copenhagen climate change summit has started. Now, the US is no longer number one emitter of carbon dioxide, having been overtaken by China in these latest figures. But when did it happen? 阅读中文 | Read this in Chinese • Get the data The Csummit is finally here - and Copenhagen is likely to be a historic moment , whatever the result. The background to the Copnehagen summit is the amount of carbon we're pumping out into the atmosphere. These are the figures, and the latest visualisation we've produced. Which country is number one in carbon emissions? Up until very recently, it was the US - now, it is indisputedly China, as shown by this data. These are the latest figures - up to 2007 - from the respected US Energy Information Administration . This has (literally) every country in the world on it and its emissions going back to 1980 — plus we've put on some handy percentage change data and ranking information. The curious thing is, we've been here before. Last year we reported that ...
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Can a lull in solar activity head off climate change? 7.12.2009 Boston Globe: Business
Can a lull in solar activity head off climate change?
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