User: newstrust Topic: Global Warming
Category: Impacts :: Forest
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Scientists: Seaweed Could Stem Warming 10.12.2007 AP Top News
BALI, Indonesia (AP) -- Slimy, green and unsightly, seaweed and algae are among the humblest of plants....
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Scientists at climate conference tout lowly seaweed as global warming solution 10.12.2007 Star Tribune: World
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US 'not ready' to commit on emissions cuts, as islands, others clamor for action 9.12.2007 Star Tribune: World
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U.S. ‘Not Ready’ to Commit at Bali 9.12.2007 NYT: Home Page
The United States will come up with its own plan to cut global-warming gases by mid-2008 and won’t commit to mandatory caps at the U.N. climate conference.
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Preserving Tropical Forests Is Key Issue at Talks on Global Warming 9.12.2007 Washington Post: World
As 12,000 people gathered in Bali this week to begin framing a global response to Earth's warming climate, efforts to close a deal that would slow destruction of tropical forests appear to be the best prospect for a concrete achievement from the historic assemblage.
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Climate Scientists Tout Seaweed As Potent Weapon 9.12.2007 Wired Top Stories
Scientists at the climate conference in Bali say seaweed and algae could be a potent weapon against global warming. Sea plants can suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere at rates comparable to the largest rain ...
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Rain forests are key issue at Bali talks 9.12.2007 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
As 12,000 people gathered in Bali this week to begin framing a global response to Earth's warming climate, efforts to close a deal that would slow destruction of tropical forests appear to be the best prospect for a concrete achievement from the historic assemblage...

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Trees Are Key at Climate Talks 8.12.2007 Washington Post
Participants at climate conference hope to achieve international compromise to slow deforestation.
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Scientists at Indonesian climate conference tout lowly seaweed as global warming solution 8.12.2007 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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Group Touts Seaweed As Warming Weapon 8.12.2007 AP Top News
BALI, Indonesia (AP) -- Slimy, green and unsightly, seaweed and algae are among the humblest plants on earth. A group of scientists at a climate conference in Bali say they could also be a potent weapon against global warming, capable of sucking damaging carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere at rates comparable to the mightiest rain forests....
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Brazil says Amazon deforestation has slowed but environmentalists cite long-term threats 8.12.2007 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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Carbon-Taxing the RichThe Bali summit: Countries generating emissions must pay the cost, and the fairest and simplest way of forcing them to do so is through tax 8.12.2007 Common Dreams: Views
This month’s international meeting in Bali will set a framework that will attempt to prevent the impending disaster of global warming/climate change. There is now little doubt that greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, are leading to significant changes in climate. Nor is there doubt that these changes will impose huge costs. The question is [...]
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Saving rain forest helps the poor: UN 7.12.2007 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
INDONESIA'S Papua region is willing to preserve part of its rain forest, in exchange for money, to help the world slow global warming, its governor said at United Nations' climate talks. Deforestation accounts for about 20 per cent of all man-made carbon emissions blamed for global warming. Stopping or curbing the destruction is widely regarded as a crucial part of any new climate pact to succeed the UN's Kyoto Protocol beyond 2012.

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In a remote bay of the far Pacific, scientists scramble to save coral's `homeland' 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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U.S. stance on global warming is under fire 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: World
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WWF says global warming will destroy 60 percent of Amazon by 2030 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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In Indonesia's shrinking forests, a glimmer of hope 6.12.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
A test case for a carbon-trading plan may be set in a province where deforestation had been proceeding at a breakneck pace.
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More Than Half of Amazon Will Be Lost by 2030, Report Warns 6.12.2007 Common Dreams: Headlines
Climate change could speed up the large-scale destruction of the Amazon rainforest and bring the “point of no return” much closer than previously thought, conservationists warned today. Almost 60% of the region’s forests could be wiped out or severely damaged by 2030, as a result of climate change and deforestation, according to a report published today [...]
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In Indonesia's shrinking forests, a glimmer of hope 6.12.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
A test case for a carbon-trading plan may be set in a province where deforestation had been proceeding at a breakneck pace.
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Carbon trade seen as lifeline for Indonesian forests 5.12.2007 Star Tribune: World
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