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Earth Watch 31.3.2010 BBC: Science
Climate probe finds problems, but not with warming
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Obama To Open Up East Coast, Gulf For Oil Drilling 31.3.2010 NPR News
In a reversal of a long-standing ban on most offshore drilling, President Barack Obama is allowing oil drilling 50 miles off Virginia's shorelines. At the same time, he is rejecting some new drilling sites that had been planned in Alaska.
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Obama to allow oil drilling off Virginia coast 31.3.2010 Minnesota Public Radio: News
In a reversal of a long-standing ban on most offshore drilling, President Barack Obama is allowing oil drilling 50 miles off Virginia's shorelines. At the same time, he is rejecting some new drilling sites that had been planned in Alaska.
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Please, not another Copenhagen | John Sauven 31.3.2010 Guardian: Comment is Free
Gordon Brown is part of the UN advisory group that must agree to find the $150bn a year needed to combat climate change Today, the high-level advisory group on climate change financing will meet for the first time in London. The group will be chaired by Gordon Brown and his Ethiopian counterpart Meles Zenawi, and will include many finance ministers as well as independent financial experts like Lord Nicholas Stern and George Soros. This gathering of financial "wizards" has been asked identify new ways to raise the money needed to protect all of us from the risks of dangerous climate change. Conservative estimates put this requirement at around $150bn (£100bn) a year by 2020. The figure seems high, but represents a fraction – a bit more than ...
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Renault ad pulled over misleading claim 31.3.2010 Guardian: Environment
Advertising watchdog rules carmaker exaggerated the green credentials of its electric vehicles Carmaker Renault has fallen foul of advertising regulations over claims that it has designed a range of zero emission electric vehicles. A television advert featured a montage of cars and their impact on society with a voiceover saying: "For us, global warming goes beyond the emissions coming out of the exhaust. It's an issue we address before, during and after manufacture. From next year, Renault will launch a range of zero emission vehicles to drive the car forward again." Several viewers challenged Renault's claim because they believed that using electricity to charge the vehicles would produce emissions. They also said the ad was ...
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Obama aims to open more areas to drilling 31.3.2010 Houston Chronicle: Business
President will detail offshore plans in speech today.


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'Climategate' Researchers Largely Cleared 31.3.2010 WCCO: National
The first of several British investigations into the e-mails leaked from one of the world's leading climate research centers has largely vindicated the scientists involved. The House of Commons' Science and Technology Committee said Wednesday that they'd seen no evidence to support charges that the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit or its director, Phil Jones, had tampered with data or perverted the peer review process to exaggerate the threat of global warming two of the most serious criticisms levied against the climatologist and his colleagues.
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Obama Approves Drilling Off Virginia Coast 31.3.2010 WCCO: National
In a reversal of a long-standing ban on most offshore drilling, President Barack Obama is allowing oil drilling 50 miles off Virginia's shorelines. At the same time, he is rejecting some new drilling sites that had been planned in Alaska.
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U.N. Official: No Climate Deal Until 2011 31.3.2010 Wall St. Journal: World
A new legal agreement committing nations around the world to curb greenhouse-gas emissions is unlikely to be completed until the end of 2011, the top U.N. climate official said.
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Obama to permit oil exploration off Virginia coast 31.3.2010 Financial Times US
The US president is to announce a plan to permit exploration for oil and natural gas off the coast of Virginia as a way to create jobs and reduce US dependence on foreign oil
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All top emitters back Copenhagen climate deal 31.3.2010 MSNBC
All top emitters back Copenhagen climate deal
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Seychelles environment chief takes the fight to pirates 31.3.2010 New Scientist: News
Seychelles environment chief takes the fight to pirates
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Barack Obama to allow offshore oil drilling 31.3.2010 The Guardian -- World Latest
US president will modify 20-year ban to exploit reserves off Virginia's coast as officials claim plan will end reliance on fuel imports In a reversal of a long-standing ban, Barack Obama is to allow oil drilling off Virginia's coast – while rejecting some new drilling sites that had been planned in Alaska. Obama's plan offers few concessions to environmentalists, who have been strident in their opposition to more oil platforms off US shores. Hinted at for months, the plan modifies a ban that for more than 20 years has limited drilling along coastal areas other than the Gulf of Mexico. Obama will announce the new drilling policy today at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. White House officials claimed the changes would reduce US reliance ...
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'Evil twin of global warming' threatens world's oceans 31.3.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Obama looking to open more areas to drilling 31.3.2010 Houston Chronicle: Top Headlines
The proposal would let oil and natural gas companies explore untouched Atlantic waters and possibly new areas of the Eastern Gulf.


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Joel Morgan: 'We cannot be made to pay' 31.3.2010 New Scientist: Being Human
Joel Morgan: 'We cannot be made to pay'
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Obama To Allow Oil Drilling Off Virginia Coast 31.3.2010 NPR Health Science
In a reversal of a long-standing ban on most offshore drilling, President Barack Obama is allowing oil drilling 50 miles off Virginia's shorelines. At the same time, he is rejecting some new drilling sites that had been planned in Alaska.
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Obama to allow oil drilling off Virginia coast 31.3.2010 Seattle Times: Politics
In a reversal of a long-standing ban on most offshore drilling, President Barack Obama is allowing oil drilling 50 miles off Virginia's shorelines. At the same time, he is rejecting some new drilling sites that had been planned in Alaska.
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Obama to allow oil drilling off Virginia coast 31.3.2010 AP Business
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a reversal of a long-standing ban on most offshore drilling, President Barack Obama is allowing oil drilling 50 miles off Virginia's shorelines. At the same time, he is rejecting some new drilling sites that had been planned in Alaska....
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Obama opens door to offshore drilling in Virginia, rejects plans for new Alaska sites 31.3.2010 Star Tribune: Politics
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