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Ocean circulation: a major factor in climate change 25.10.2014 New Kerala: Technology
Washington, Oct 25 : It isn't just the atmosphere, but the circulation of the oceans plays an equally important role in regulating the Earth's climate, new research shows.
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Ocean circulation; a major factor in climate change 25.10.2014 Zee News : Science and Technology
It isn't just the atmosphere, but the circulation of the oceans plays an equally important role in regulating the Earth's climate, new research shows.
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Ocean circulation: a major factor in climate change 25.10.2014 All News-IANS Stories
It isn't just the atmosphere, but the circulation of the oceans plays an equally important role in regulating the Earth's climate, new research shows.
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An EU bill bomb but no one thought to tell the prime minister 25.10.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Confusion reigns over Britains big bill, with some theorising it was deliberately timed to upset Downing Street Continue reading...
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EU reaches consensus on climate change targets 24.10.2014 TOI: All Headlines
EU reaches consensus on climate change targets
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EU emissions target isn't as ambitious as it seems 24.10.2014 New Scientists HIV
The European Union's agreement to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 40 per cent by 2030 sounds impressive, but we're halfway to that ...
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EU strikes compromise to set new climate target 24.10.2014 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
European Union leaders struck a deal on a new target to cut carbon emissions out to 2030 calling it a new global standard but leaving critics warning that compromises had undermined the fight against climate ...
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EU reaches deal to cut greenhouse gas emissions 24.10.2014 CNN-IBN: World
The deal was aimed at countering climate change and setting an example for the rest of the world ahead of key international climate negotiations next year.
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EU leaders agree to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030 24.10.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Climate commissioner hails strong signal ahead of global Paris summit but key aspects of deal left vague or voluntary

European leaders have struck a broad climate change pact obliging the EU as a whole to cut greenhouse gases by at least 40% by 2030.

But key aspects of the deal that will form a bargaining position for global climate talks in Paris next year were left vague or voluntary, raising questions as to how the aims would be realised.

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EU strikes compromise to set new climate target 24.10.2014 FirstPost: World

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders struck a deal on a new target to cut carbon emissions out to 2030, calling it a new global standard but leaving critics warning that compromises had undermined the fight against climate change. Talks in Brussels stretched into the small hours of Friday as Poland battled to spare its coal industry and other states tweaked the guideline text on global warming to protect varied economic interests, from nuclear plants and cross-border power lines to farmers whose livestock belch out polluting methane. In the end, an overall target was agreed for the 28-nation bloc to cut its emissions of carbon in 2030 by at least 40 percent from levels in the benchmark year of 1990

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EU reaches deal to cut emissions by 40% versus 1990 levels 24.10.2014 TOI: Home
European Union leaders agreed Friday what they called the world's most ambitious climate change targets for 2030, paving the way for a new UN-backed global treaty next year.
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EU leaders set to strike climate deal to cut greenhouse gases 40% by 2030 23.10.2014 Guardian: Environment
But Poland threatens to use veto against agreement aimed to set the stage for Paris summit if it is not granted exemptions Continue reading...
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US Arctic envoy looks to 1970s New York for inspiration 22.10.2014 Zee News : World
As he contemplates dealing with crumbling shores, melting ice and other changes in the rapidly changing Arctic, Admiral Robert Papp looks back at the rough and tumble New York City of the 1970s for inspiration.
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U.S. Arctic envoy looks to 1970s New York for inspiration 22.10.2014 FirstPost: World

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As he contemplates dealing with crumbling shores, melting ice and other changes in the rapidly changing Arctic, Admiral Robert Papp looks back at the rough and tumble New York City of the 1970s for inspiration. Papp, who became the first ever U.S. special representative for the Arctic in July, said he only needs to remember the first time he visited New York Harbor in 1970 for encouragement on tackling complicated issues

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US, China Can Tip Balance in Climate Quest: Study 21.10.2014 newindianexpress.com
Researchers said both the countries could reduce by a quarter the envisaged 2020 shortfall in emissions cuts required to curtail global warming.
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Another global warming contrarian paper found to be unrealistic and inaccurate 21.10.2014 Guardian: Environment

Abraham et al. show that a paper by sceptics Spencer & Braswell is rife with unrealistic assumptions in an overly simple model

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Early climate change warriors 21.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Early climate change warriors
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Early climate change warriors 21.10.2014 Hindu: Opinion
Social scientist Daniel Patrick Moynihan can veritably lay claim to being perhaps the first person to alert an American President directly on global warming
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Natural gas expansion not enough to slow climate change, according to new study 20.10.2014 DNA: Evolutions
Natural gas expansion not enough to slow climate change, according to new study
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Low Carbon emissions can be beneficial for developing countries 20.10.2014 New Kerala: Technology
Washington, Oct 20 : Scientists have revealed that expanding energy access increases CO2 emissions but in India and other developing countries it could have positive effects and very little effect on climate change.
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