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EU, China sign agreements on environment, trade 30.11.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Dalai Lama calls on governments to prioritize climate change as international summit looms 30.11.2009 Star Tribune: World
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Ruling party candidate concedes defeat to conservative rancher in post-coup Honduran elections 30.11.2009 Star Tribune: World
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Climate Change Is Inevitable — It's Time to Adapt 30.11.2009 Wired Top Stories
Wired contributing editor Spencer Reiss hits us with the bad news about climate change: "We're toast." But luckily, he says, technological change is also accelerating, and we can still come out OK.


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'China must show leadership on climate change' 30.11.2009 Hindustan Times: World

The EU said on Monday cataclysmic climate change cannot be averted without Chinese leadership, as the two sides wrapped up a summit with China defending its efforts against global warming.

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EU, China sign agreements on environment, trade 30.11.2009 Hindustan Times: World
Chinese and European Union leaders signed five agreements on trade and environmental technology on Monday as they held a summit focussing on global economic issues and climate change.
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Copenhagen climate conference: Emission impossible 30.11.2009 Guardian: Environment
Two of the top thinkers on climate change explain why the the most important political gathering of our time will succeed or fail Nicholas Stern Do we collaborate and act to reach a strong political agreement that both decisively cuts the devastating risks posed by climate change, and rapidly opens up the opportunities offered by low-carbon economic growth? Do we in that way set ourselves to overcome poverty and promote prosperity? Or, do we give way to narrow, short-term interests, quarrelling, lack of ambition and delay, thus allowing the risks to the climate to grow to dangerous levels which will derail development in both rich and poor countries? Given what is at stake, essentially the future peace and prosperity of the planet, world leaders must now recognise that Copenhagen is the most important international gathering of our time. A strong political agreement can and must be reached in Copenhagen. There can be no excuses for failure. Recent weeks and months have shown country ...
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Copenhagen conference: The countries to watch 30.11.2009 Guardian: Environment
America and China are the big hitters, but other nations also punch above their weight United States Influence rating ★★★★★ With China, one of the two big powers that can make or break these talks. But with Obama's energy bill stalled in the Senate, US negotiators don't know what they can offer – like bidding on a house before the bank manager has told them what they can afford. Friends and foes Good backing from the EU, but perceived with suspicion by much of the developing world. What they're offering Obama's keeping his cards close to his chest, but a grudging 14-20% cut in carbon emissions (2005 levels) by 2020 looks likely. What they most want A deal that's neither too expensive nor puts any curbs on economic growth. Call it the Pollyanna approach. Least likely to say " Heck, we caused most of this mess – this round's on us." China ★★★★★ UK officials have long been describing the Kyoto treaty's successor simply as a deal (or lack of one) between China and the ...
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Carbon-credit dispute threatens new climate deal 30.11.2009 Washington Post: World
MOSCOW -- Russia is on track to far exceed its targets for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions under the Kyoto climate-change treaty, but its success could derail efforts to reach a new accord against global warming, according to officials and analysts following the negotiations.

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Eureka moments 30.11.2009 BBC: Science
Audio slideshow: Royal Society's 350 years of discovery
The Web Discloses Inconvenient Climate Truths 30.11.2009 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
The world cannot trust scientists who abuse their power.
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Climate Change and Melting Glaciers 30.11.2009 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Nepal's poor have more pressing problems.
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The Road to Copenhagen: Tree Harvester Offers to Save Indonesian Forest 30.11.2009 NY Times: World
A paper company proposes to use a ring of industrial tree plantations to help stop leaks of greenhouse gases from a peat bog.
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White House Memo: Vital Tests for Obama on Mandate for Change 30.11.2009 NY Times: Washington
The president’s handling of health care reform and Afghanistan will challenge the depth of his support.

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Final report 30.11.2009 BBC: World
Commonwealth stand on climate change ups profile
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Funny what we remember 30.11.2009 Boston Globe: Opinion
Funny what we remember
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In GOP primary, Scott Brown 30.11.2009 Boston Globe: Opinion
In GOP primary, Scott Brown
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Science Weekly Extra podcast: EO Wilson on the immense, hidden loss of species 30.11.2009 Guardian: Environment
This is an extended extract of a phone interview with biologist, author and conservation campaigner EO Wilson . The problem of biodiversity loss has been "eased off centre stage" as the spotlight has focused on climate change , according to Professor Edward Wilson, the ecologist described as "Darwin's natural heir". He also discusses evolution and religion in the US, which he calls "bible literalism". Biodiversity is also a hot topic of conversation on this week's regular Science Weekly podcast . Post your comments below. Join our Facebook group . Listen back through our archive . Follow the podcast on our Science Weekly Twitter feed and receive updates on all breaking science news stories from Guardian Science . Subscribe free via iTunes to ensure every episode gets delivered. (Here is the non-iTunes URL feed ). James ...
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Global carbon emissions since Kyoto 30.11.2009 Guardian: Environment

How many million tonnes of carbon dioxide have all the countries of the world emitted



Climate change denier Nick Griffin to represent EU at Copenhagen 30.11.2009 Guardian: Environment

BNP leader who believes climate change activists are 'cranks' will be member of European parliament's delegation



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