Archive for December 2013

Opportunity Glimmers Through China’s Toxic Smog

Dec 31st, 2013 | By
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Reuters: As China’s smog levels crept past record highs in early December, the phone lines at pollution-busting kit maker Broad Group lit up with Chinese customers worried about hazardous pollution levels that have gripped China this year. China’s government is struggling to meet pollution reduction targets and has pledged to spend over 3 trillion yuan to

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Climate Change will Reduce Population of Many Marine Organisms by 2100, Researchers Say

Dec 31st, 2013 | By
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Nature World News: Researchers are expecting to see a huge decline in the population of marine creatures that dwell on the ocean surface by the next century. According to estimates by a team of researchers led by National Oceanography Center scientists, the number of marine creatures in North Atlantic will decrease by about 38 percent. Around the world,

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Tony Abbott’s Top Business Adviser Accuses IPCC of ‘Dishonesty and Deceit’

Dec 31st, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Tony Abbott’s top business adviser has accused the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change of “dishonesty and deceit” as it focuses on “exploiting the masses and extracting more money” in a climate crusade. Maurice Newman, chairman of the prime minister’s new Business Advisory Council, used an interview with the Australian newspaper to launch a strongly worded attack on the

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Warming Climate May Cut Cloud Cover

Dec 31st, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network:  Australian and French scientists believe they have cracked one of the great puzzles of climate change and arrived at a more accurate prediction of future temperatures. The news is not good, according to Steven Sherwood of Australia’s Centre for Excellence for Climate System Science at the University of New South Wales. If carbon

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How is Global Warming Affecting Precipitation? New Satellite to Help Explain

Dec 31st, 2013 | By
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The United States and Japan are getting set to launch a 4.3-ton satellite designed to monitor rain and snowfall in unprecedented detail. The spacecraft, the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) satellite, has been designed as the centerpiece of an international squadron of nine satellites that are already on orbit. The data the new satellite will gather not only

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Global Warming vs Global Cooling: What is Happening to the Earth?

Dec 30th, 2013 | By
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According to TheStarPress.com, the increase in hurricanes and tornadoes have many believing that the cause if the increase in global warming, but it’s actually global cooling that’s the problem. “Weather such as hurricanes and tornadoes goes in cycles, always has, always will. Fact is the planet has been cooling for the past 15 years,” the

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2013 Will Mark Continued Rise of CO2′

Dec 30th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: Global carbon dioxide emissions are likely to hit 36 billion tonnes in 2013, according to new research from the University of East Anglia in the UK. This is a small rise – an estimated 2.1% – on 2012, but it will be 61% above the levels in 1990, which is the baseline

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It Won’t be Long Before the Victims of Climate Change Make the West Pay

Dec 30th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Would you enjoy the cosiness and warmth of Christmas with your children or grandchildren just that little bit less if you knew that other people’s children were dying because of it? More than four million children under five years old are now at risk of acute malnutrition in the Sahel, an area of the world

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Rehabilitation for Victims of the Himalayan Tsunami Remains Slow

Dec 30th, 2013 | By




The Himalayan Tsunami, as it has been described, brought with it massive loss of lives, property, crops and infrastructure. The state believes its development clock heads been set back by many years. SFX: Village voices KRISHNAN: For five months, Gauri Lal, a small farmer has been looking for work. He lost his house and his

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India Innovating With Solar PV, Poised to Become Global Solar Leader Says World Bank

Dec 30th, 2013 | By
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India still has 300 million people without access to energy and produces 70 per cent of electricity from coal fired power. A new report by the World Bank – Paving the Way for a Transformational Future: Lessons from JNNSM Phase 1 – highlights that India is poised to play a major global role in development of solar

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Water Wheel to Ease Burden on Women

Dec 29th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Girls and women carrying plastic jerry cans of water on their heads is a common sight in rural areas of poor countries. The WaterWheel eases that burden by storing water in a round 50-litre container that doubles as a wheel. Designed after consultations with villagers in the dry northern Indian state of Rajasthan, the WaterWheel is made from

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BARC Using Nuclear Technology for Agriculture

Dec 29th, 2013 | By
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Press Trust of India: The nuclear technology is making valuable contribution to the agriculture in India, a scientist from Bhabha Atomic Research Centre said here. Sanjay J Jambhulkar, a senior BARC scientist, said that BARC has a separate department for nuclear agriculture and bio technology including the food technology. This technology — specifically called mutation breeding

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Bhutan’s Environmental Success is a Pleasing Paradox

Dec 29th, 2013 | By
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The Conversation: In a time of diminishing global biodiversity, Bhutan’s conservation achievements read like an environmentalist’s heavenly dream. More than 50% of its land area is designated as protected in national parks, nature reserves and biological corridors. More than 80% of the country is covered by natural forests, and it has a reafforestation program that is

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Amazon Forest Loss Threatens Five States

Dec 29th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: The continued destruction of the Amazon to exploit its resources for mining, agriculture and hydro-power is threatening the future of the South American continent, according to a report by campaigning groups using the latest scientific data. Five countries – Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru – share the Amazon, and for all of

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Report Warns of Looming Food Insecurity Next Year

Dec 29th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Intense food insecurity by 20 per cent has been projected to hit the East African countries, including Tanzania in the coming year 2014, The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has reported. The report has indicated massive climate change, steady rising temperatures, unpredictable humidity and precipitation patterns as the major factors generating expected long-term

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Threat of Water Wars is Real, Says Climate Change Scientist

Dec 29th, 2013 | By




The News: In an interview with The News on Friday, Dr Qamar uz Zaman Chaudhry, senior adviser on Climate Change Programme and deputy regional director, Asia, LEAD Pakistan, identified threats to the country due to climate change and global warming. He agreed that “water wars” were real, and said food security was directly linked to climate

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Carbon Market Looks a Little Livelier

Dec 27th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: Don’t put any bets on it – but at long last the world-wide trade in carbon looks set to improve, if only just a little. In mid-December the European Union adopted an emergency law designed to  firm up prices in its Emissions Trading System (ETS). Many people see carbon trading as a key weapon in

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Pakistan Says New Nuke Power Plants Covered by Safeguards

Dec 27th, 2013 | By
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Economic Times: Dispelling concerns about the safety of its upcoming largest civil nuclear project being implemented with Chinese help, Pakistan said it is safe and fully covered under IAEA safeguards. “Pakistan-China nuclear cooperation is exclusively for peaceful purposes and is fully covered under International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards,” Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam told a weekly news briefing. Three leading Pakistani physicists have raised questions

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Vasant Vihar’s Biodiversity Park: From Wasteland to Paradise in Ten Years

Dec 27th, 2013 | By
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Daily Mail: From a barren piece of land in 2004 to a lush-green sanctuary hosting birds, mammals, reptiles, rare ayurvedic plants, butterflies and other insects, the Aravalli Biodiversity Park is the most incredible ecological transformation that Delhi has seen so far. Spread across 692 acres of land, the park in Vasant Vihar is currently hosting 20

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UN General Assembly Proclaims 3 March as World Wildlife Day

Dec 27th, 2013 | By
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UNEP News Center: On 20 December 2013, the Sixty-eighth session of the United Nations General Assembly decided to proclaim 3 March, the day of the adoption of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), as World Wildlife Day, to celebrate and raise awareness of the world’s wild fauna and

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2014 Preview: The Key to Surviving Climate Change

Dec 27th, 2013 | By
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New Scientist: Be prepared – for anything. That will be the message of the next report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), its first attempt in seven years to forecast the impact of climate change on specific geographical regions. Due out in March, it will emphasise versatility over any fine-tuned mitigation measures. Building on the IPCC’s

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Sea Level Likely to Rise by 0.45 to 0.82 mts in Late 21st Century

Dec 27th, 2013 | By




Times News Network: The sea level is likely to rise in the range of 0.45 to 0.82 metre towards the late 21st century, as per projections for the highest emission scenario, defined as representative concentration pathways (RCP) 8.5. This has been stated in the synthesis report for policy makers (SPM) of the fifth assessment report (AR5) drawn up

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Nepal Maintains Low Greenhouse Emission

Dec 27th, 2013 | By




Republica: In a reassertion of the fact that Nepal´s contribution to the world´s total greenhouse gas emission is still negligible, a yet-to-be published report states that the Himalayan nation emits less than 0.1 per cent of what scientists say causes climate change. Nepal´s new report on National Greenhouse Gas Inventory, being finalized by the Ministry of

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ADB Boosts Development Funding

Dec 26th, 2013 | By




In its 2013 Sustainability Report, the ADB said it approved $43 billion worth of development projects in 2011 and 2012, a 10% increase from the previous two-year period. “Each approval takes into account economic, social and environmental impacts… ADB investments contributed to providing and improving access to basic services, including funding for education, health, energy,

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Climate Change Fuels Water Scarcity and Hunger

Dec 26th, 2013 | By
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As the growing world population’s consumption of water increases, fresh water resources are also becoming scarcer due to climate change. Water sources are melting and drying out. Scientists at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) have calculated how much of the essential resource the world risks losing to the effects of climate change. To get

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Climate Imperils Peru’s Poverty Drive

Dec 26th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: Peru is the country chosen to host the 2014 UN climate conference, a key meeting for trying to advance an ambitious plan to rein in greenhouse emissions which is planned for agreement in 2015. But the country has recently earned a rather more dubious distinction. In 2012, for the first time, the

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Greenhouse-Gas Emissions Causing Rapid Glacier Loss in Iceland

Dec 26th, 2013 | By
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Iceland’s more than 300 glaciers are losing approximately 11 billion tons of ice per year due to climate change. The far-northern country is one of the fastest-warming regions on the planet, warming at a rate of up to four times the average of the entire Northern Hemisphere, according to an article published by The Daily Climate. The

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Only Renewable Sources Can Help Meet India’s Rising Demand for Electricity

Dec 26th, 2013 | By
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Economic Times: We all know that India is an energy-deficit country and our per-capita power consumption is a third of China’s and a fifth of the US’. There is a lot of latent demand and as India grows, our deficit — currently estimated at 10% on an installed base of 200 GW — will likely

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Madagascar’s Forests Vanish to Feed Taste For Rosewood in West And China

Dec 25th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Blood-red sawdust coats every surface in the small carpentry workshop, where Primo Jean Besy is at the lathe fashioning vases out of ruby-coloured logs. Besy and his father are small-scale carpenters in Antalaha in north-eastMadagascar, and are taking advantage of a recent resurgence in demand for wood from the bois de rose tree, prized

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Global Warming Scientist Warns Florida Will Be Under Water

Dec 25th, 2013 | By
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A senior scientist at the Environmental Defense Fund, Jane Long, has warned Florida residents that global warming will lead to them being under water. The remarks were made at a recent three-day conference targeting journalists and addressing the issue of global warming and worldwide climate change at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Though there

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China Struggling to Meet 2011-2015 Environment Goals

Dec 25th, 2013 | By




Reuters: China is struggling to meet its 2011-2015 targets to reduce pollution, cut greenhouse gas growth and introduce cleaner sources of energy, a report submitted to the country’s parliament said on Wednesday. The report, which covers the 2011-2012 period, said faster-than-expected economic growth was to blame for China’s failure to meet environmental targets ranging from energy

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Some Lose, Some Win in Warming World

Dec 25th, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: And now for the good news: climate change could actually make life better for some creatures. The ibex in the Swiss Alps may find an extra spring in its step. The roly-poly pika of the American northwest might find it has gained an edge over its predators because it is adapted to a

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Uttarakhand Prepares Rs 9k-cr Action Plan on Climate Change

Dec 24th, 2013 | By




Business Standard: The Uttarakhand government is preparing an investment of Rs 9,000 crore to tackle climate change, said to be one of the causes of frequent natural disasters in the hill state. Floods in June in the state claimed thousands of lives. An action plan was presented at the first meeting of the State Council for Climate Change under

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Integrating the Environment in Urban Planning & Management

Dec 24th, 2013 | By
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Cities can use a range of principles and approaches to integrate the environment in urban planning and management.This report is intended to encourage and support urban decision-makers in this process. It starts with recognizing that action taken in towns and cities is essential for addressing global environmental problems. It accepts that, with an increasing proportion

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Gorgeous Green-Roofed Ostim Eco Park is an Incubator for Clean Tech in Turkey

Dec 24th, 2013 | By
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A central hub of innovation is great for incubating clean tech breakthroughs. Abu Dhabi has Masdar City, Saudi Arabia has KAUST, and Turkey will soon have the Ostim Eco Park. ONZ Architects strike the perfect balance between nature and development with their incredibly efficient green-roofed design proposal for the park, slated for construction in Ankara. ONZ Architects is one of

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Climate Change Not Influenced by Variations in Heat From Sun

Dec 24th, 2013 | By
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The Hindu: Climate change has not been strongly influenced by variations in heat from the sun, a scientific study has indicated. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh carried out the study using records of past temperatures constructed with data from tree rings and other historical sources. They compared this data record with computer-based models of past

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Food for Thought on Waste over Festive Season

Dec 24th, 2013 | By
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UNEP News Center: Christmas for many around the world is a time of plenty: stomachs full to bursting and gifts spilling out from beneath the tree as we indulge those we love. But in the days that follow, who hasn’t felt a slight twinge of guilt at the food we scrape into the bin or

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Grow Money With Living Trees

Dec 24th, 2013 | By




Huffington Post: Growing money over trees is now possible. Pakistan just made it to the list of countries who will earn money from the World Bank’s Readiness Fund for preserving their forests. After a tough competition at Geneva, Switzerland, Pakistan successfully defended its case of Readiness Preparation Proposal (R-PP) and secured $3.8 million from the

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Why 2014 Is a Critical Year For The Politics of Climate Change

Dec 24th, 2013 | By
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The formal processes of the UNFCCC (UN climate body) will mosey on to plot the structure and lay out the policy options for the 2015 agreement. But it is the informal processes which have the most potential to shape the national interest debates in many critical countries. In the past, the political dividends created from the

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Beware of The Carbon Bubble: The Biggest Threat to Environment

Dec 23rd, 2013 | By
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While the year’s end saw an uptick in concern about a new tech bubble, the truth is that there’s a much different, scarier bubble we need to worry about: the carbon bubble. What is the carbon bubble? Basically, it’s just another way to describe the worrisome fact that many energy companies are hoarding oil and gas,

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Winter Time Power Import of Bhutan is Going Up Increasing Concern of India

Dec 23rd, 2013 | By
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Economic Times Bureau: Come winter, the king becomes seeker. And the distressed need is showing an upward trend. Diminishing hydropower production trend of the green power king Bhutan is going to be a major concern for India, too dependent on water based power from the Himalayan neighbour. In one side, while Bhutan’s own demand during dry

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Asia Pacific Bucks World Trend in Forest Cover

Dec 23rd, 2013 | By
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UNEP News Center: While global forest cover is moving on a downward spiral with a loss of nearly 130 million hectares of forest worldwide, Asia Pacific’s forest cover has grown by some 24 million hectares over 20 years. Seven million of Asia’s forests have been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, according a new UNEP report

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Global Warming Will Intensify Drought, Says New Study

Dec 23rd, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: When scientists think about climate change, we often focus on long term trends and multi-year averages of various climate measures such as temperature, ocean heat, sea level, ocean acidity, and ice loss. But, what matters most in our day-to-day lives is extreme weather. If human-caused climate change leads to more extreme weather, it would make

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Caribbean Case Study Reveals How to Manage Volcano Risk

Dec 23rd, 2013 | By
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Sci Dev Net: Volcanologists advising governments on active volcanoes should acknowledge the uncertainties in their risk estimates and work with social scientists to more effectively communicate the threat to local people, concludes a case study from Montserrat, in the British West Indies. Amy Donovan and Clive Oppenheimer, geographers from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, studied the interaction between science

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Vast Water Store Beneath Greenland’s Ice: Scientists

Dec 23rd, 2013 | By
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Times of India: A vast store of water equivalent in area to Ireland lies beneath Greenland’s icesheet, and it may provide answers to one of the big riddles of climate change, scientists reported on Sunday. In 2011, US scientists crossed the southern Greenland icesheet on an expedition to drill ice cores, a benchmark of annual snowfall. They were

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India Struggles to Control Rising Vehicle Use, Pollution

Dec 22nd, 2013 | By
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Thomson Reuters Foundation – Environmental and public health experts are warning that an explosion in the number of motorised vehicles on India’s roads is threatening the health and economic security of its population. Stricter standards are needed to control vehicular pollution and regulate traffic, they say, along with moves to popularise non-motorised transport. A survey on

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Climate Change – And It’s For Free

Dec 22nd, 2013 | By
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Climate News Network: Having trouble explaining the impact of greenhouse gases on the atmosphere? Puzzled by talk of the acidification of the seas? Interested to learn the effect global warming will have on food supplies? Then step this way. Or rather, enrol on a course being run online by the UK’s Exeter University in partnership with the UK Met

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Pakistan, India Need to Cooperate in Energy: Ahsan

Dec 22nd, 2013 | By
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The Nation: Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms, Prof Ahsan Iqbal on Saturday said that Pakistan and India need to cooperate in different sectors particular energy. He said this while chairing the third day of the 29th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Pakistan Society of Development Economists (PSDE). Commenting on the energy and

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Managing the Boom and Bust: Supporting Climate Resilient Livelihoods in the Sahel

Dec 22nd, 2013 | By
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For decades the Sahel has been presented as suffering from irreversible degradation, leading to desert advancement and the impoverishment of the population. This issue paper develops an alternative profile and identifies the considerable potential of the Sahel’s dryland ecosystems. It explores the inherent resilience within existing crop and livestock production systems based on exploiting climatic

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Civil Society Meeting Report

Dec 22nd, 2013 | By




On November 4, 2013, the WGC hosted a closed-door meeting on geoengineering for Washington, DC-based civil society actors. More than 40 individuals registered to attend, from 30 different organizations. The day was based around an opening panel discussion, followed by two breakout discussion sessions. During the first breakout session, participants were invited to look at

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Knowing The ‘Who, What, Where And When’ of Climate Change

Dec 22nd, 2013 | By
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“We need more information on this subject. We need to understand what we are facing before we can take action” For most problems, particularly the emerging and difficult to solve ones like climate change, this is the valid response from policy-makers when faced with the question ‘so what shall we do’. As a result there

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Tax Meat to Cut Methane Emissions, Say Scientists

Dec 20th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: Meat should be taxed to encourage people to eat less of it, so reducing the production of global warming gases from sheep, cattle and goats, according to a group of scientists. Several high-profile figures, from the chief of the UN’s climate science panel to the economist Lord Stern, have previously advocated eating less meat to tackle global

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A Farmer’s Dilemma: To Sell Or to Eat?

Dec 20th, 2013 | By
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Reuters: “Things are much better than they used to be,” says Don Felipe, sitting at ease in a plastic lawn chair and sipping on a tinto, the sweet, miniature-sized cup of black coffee so loved by the inhabitants of Colombia’s Santander department. “Back then nobody sold anything,” he goes on. “Not beans, not maize. There was no

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Time to ‘Connect The Dots’ Among Gender, Forests, REDD+, Experts Say

Dec 20th, 2013 | By
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Despite the large quantity of climate-change research focused on adaptation, mitigation and gender, not much of it is leading to transformative action on the ground, said a top forestry expert at the recent U.N. climate talks in Warsaw, Poland. Improving technology, generating political will, crafting gender sensitive policies and promoting strong women’s networks could help

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2013 Climate Year in Review: ‘The Heat is On. Now We Must Act’

Dec 20th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: On 10 May 2013, the concentration of climate-warming carbon dioxide in the atmosphere passed the milestone level of 400 parts per million for the first time in human history. The last time so much greenhouse gas was in the air was several million years ago, when the Arctic was ice-free, savannah spread across the Sahara desert

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Snow Loss Rate at Everest Less Than in Alps: Study

Dec 20th, 2013 | By
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Republica: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), in its 2007 report, presented the startling projection that the Himalayan glaciers would disappear by 2035 if the earth keeps warming at the current rate. The IPCC report, which apparently lacked sufficient data to substantiate its projection, was criticized by scientists for what they said was an erroneous

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Is Genetics Key to Climate Change Solutions? (Op-Ed)

Dec 20th, 2013 | By
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As the effects of climate change rapidly alter communities, economies and natural systems, the need to advance new solutions to what may be the most pressing biological challenge of our time has never been more urgent. Without question, there is no silver bullet. One important part of the puzzle, however, involves unlocking the natural genetic

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Mahbubnagar, Vijayawada to be Developed as Solar Cities

Dec 20th, 2013 | By




Press Trust of India: New and renewable energy minister Farooq Abdullah on Monday said that Vijayawada and Mahbubnagar will be developed as solar cities. “Vijayawada and Mahbubnagar have been identified for developing them as solar cities,” Abdullah informed the Rajya Sabha. He said a solar city aims to reduce a minimum of ten per cent of

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Pakistan And Weather Disasters

Dec 19th, 2013 | By




The Express Tribune: Pakistan faces a range of threatening climate change impacts: sea water intrusion into the Indus Delta, valley glaciers melting in high mountain areas, the water scarcity/food security challenge and flooding caused by changing monsoon patterns. Things are getting so bad that for the past couple of years, Pakistan has been topping the list of the

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Communicating Climate Change

Dec 19th, 2013 | By
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The Guardian: On a frosty November morning in Warsaw, a workshop entitled Be the Movement brought together a wide variety of global climate change professionals to discuss practical strategies for building a stronger and more far-reaching global movement to combat climate change. My contribution focused on the question of how people can communicate better about climate change and

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