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Climate change

by EEP European Environmental Press  (Oct. 27, 2006)

Latest projections indicate that the 15 States which were EU members before 2004 (EU-15) will only just reach their Kyoto Protocol target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions. The EU-15 are committed to reducing their collective emissions in the 2008-2012 period to 8% below the levels of the base year (1990 in most cases). The Commission's annual ...

As climate changes, will we change with it?

by SciDev.Net  (Nov. 7, 2013)

In this podcast, Sir Mark Walport, chief scientific advisor to the UK government, and Nazia Mintz-Habib, from the Centre of Development Studies, Cambridge University, talk about climate change in relation to the challenges and possible solutions for the United Kingdom and the global South. Click ...

The dark side of climate change

by Climate News Network  (Dec. 29, 2014)

Climate change could leave more Americans in the dark as hurricanes become more intense or more frequent. Researchers in the US have identified 27 cities that are likely to become more vulnerable to blackouts as a result of floods and high winds hitting the power grid. They report in the journal Climatic Change that they ...

Building the climate change regime

by World Resources Institute WRI  (Oct. 19, 2011)

Launch of New Paper Building the Climate Change Regime: Survey and Analysis of Approaches A month from now, countries will gather in Durban, South Africa to try to reach agreement on an ambitious programme for tackling climate change. The world’s aggregate level of effort on climate change mitigation is not in line with the science. In a ...

Question Time: Climate Change

by Department of Energy and Climate Change  (Nov. 15, 2011)

The Question Time: Climate Change event linked audiences of young people in the UK and South Africa, host of the UN COP17 Climate Summit, and was webcast live to an international audience. The panel answered questions on a range of topics, including the UK’s policies to cut its own emissions, COP 17 in Durban and the ...

Climate change: there is no plan B

by Department of Energy and Climate Change  (Nov. 14, 2011)

Time is almost up. It is critical we secure a legally binding approach on climate change in Durban The lesson the world is learning the hard way from the financial crisis is that there is only one boat and we are all in it. To stay afloat, we need rules tough enough to stop systemic risks becoming systemic collapses. This lesson is as true for ...

Climate change performance indicators

by Soil Science Society of America  (Jun. 10, 2010)

The synopsis for this grant opportunity is detailed below, following this paragraph. This synopsis contains all of the updates to this document that have been posted as of  05/27/2010 . If updates have been made to the opportunity synopsis, update information is provided below the synopsis. If you would like to receive notifications of ...

Conference on China and Climate Change

by Europa Press Room  (Feb. 4, 2011)

The European External Action Service (EEAS) will host an international expert roundtable conference on the topic of “Engaging China on Climate Change: Crossroads of 21st-century Foreign Policy” on 2 February 2011 in Brussels. Participants will include the EU institutions and its Member States, leading experts on China and climate ...

Growing older in a changing climate

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Oct. 3, 2008)

In many European countries, the average age of the population is increasing. Researchers believe that the dual problems of age and climate change should be considered when developing policy. A new report on the UK population details particular issues faced by the over 50s relating to climate change, and puts forward five key recommendations ...

A changing climate for the IPCC

by SciDev.Net  (Feb. 3, 2010)

The publication of false claims by the IPCC has been compounded by its imperious attitude, says professor of climate change Mike Hulme. The incorrect statement in the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that the Himalayan glaciers could completely disappear by 2035 is remarkable in many ways. First, ...

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