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4/7/2015
Study finds mayor's trials to 'glue' pollution from vehicles to London's roads have not reduced fine particulate pollution   
4/7/2015
Electricity emissions have jumped since the repeal of the carbon tax, the Climate Council says. The council cites new data by consultants Pitt & Sherry, showing carbon dioxide emissions from the electricity grid went up 6.4m tonnes in ...   
4/7/2015
In the middle of a week of record temperatures, as if unaware of the irony, the business community celebrated the consolidation of its attempts to force the government’s hand to agree to a third filth-generating runway at Heathrow, tipping all ...   
4/7/2015
A new nuclear energy deal between the U.S. and Brazil got lost in the shuffle this week, as the White House sought instead to play up a pledge between the two countries to increase renewable energy.Nevertheless, the two countries did also ...   
4/7/2015
Around 100 people gathered on the Alberta legislature grounds Saturday afternoon, trying to convince politicians that a strong economy and healthy environment are not mutually exclusive.The Jobs, Justice and The Climate concert was held ...   
4/7/2015
Jane Fonda used to be a Blue Jays fan.“I loved them,” she says, perched cross-legged on a sofa at a downtown Toronto hotel. “Until I married somebody that owned another team.”But Fonda’s not in town to revive her fandom or her ...   
4/7/2015
Over 30 Nobel laureates recently assembled and appealed nations to participate in the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris in December 2015 to take useful steps to limit future global emissions to protect the ...   
4/7/2015
About 50 community members gathered at Confederation Square on Saturday, asking for a transition to a clean, justice-based economy that recognizes the limitations of the climate.They joined several other communities across the country, ...   
4/7/2015
They are home to a diverse range of wildlife and up to 8,000 years old. And, according to a damning analysis by an independent government advisory body, the UK’s upland peat bogs are facing a sustained threat from the shooting classes’ desire to ...   
4/7/2015
The US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) recently ruled that the North American gray wolf will remain classified as an endangered species despite its speedy recovery across the continent. Strangely enough, many conservationists looking to ...   
4/7/2015
“Public safety” on the Mauna Kea access road emerged, this week, as the latest hue and cry by officials against the Mauna Kea protectors. But reports of two vehicular assaults on protectors by state and Thirty-Meter Telescope (TMT) security ...   
4/7/2015
The Green Party says the Government should use its presidency of the United Nations Security Council to highlight the threat climate change poses to peace and security. New Zealand is chairing the Security Council this ...   
4/7/2015
More than 100 protesters have buried their heads in the sand at a Dublin beach to highlight “the lack of government action” on climate change. Some 150 demonstrators of all ages gathered on Sandymount Strand on Saturday morning to carry ...   
4/7/2015
The return address on a letter commending Monroe County for its climate-change efforts raised eyebrows."To get that fancy envelope with 'The White House' stamped on it -- that doesn't happen every day," County Administrator Roman Gastesi ...   
4/7/2015
A lot of things have been said about Pope Francis's encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si'. But it's important to remember that this papal letter is more than just a pronouncement on the issue of climate change -- it is a profoundly ...   
4/7/2015
MANY ENVIRONMENTAL advocates had their eyes focused this week on the Supreme Court, where the justices slammed an Environmental Protection Agency clean air rule. But, in part because the practical effects of the ruling don’t appear dire, the more ...   
4/7/2015
A heatwave is sweeping across Europe, with temperatures set to exceed 40C in some countries. The summer heat has taken hold of Italy, with temperatures over 35C in many cities. Rome's zoo is helping animals deal with the high ...   
4/7/2015
The world is shifting on the related problems of climate change and social inequity. From Pope Francis’s encyclical to the International Monetary Fund’s admission that “trickle down” economics have failed to a court decision ordering the Dutch ...   
4/7/2015
As the death toll from the severe heatwave in Sindh kept mounting during the past week, so did political tensions and blame-shifting, including the opposition seizing the opportunity to criticise the government for its ineptness, and the ...   
4/7/2015
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is backed by governments and the International Energy Agency (IEA) as one of the best methods of reducing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere and saving the planet from overheating. The problem is ...   
4/7/2015
From rainforest revival and green technology to social changes, the age of humans is not necessarily a one-way ticket to eco-disaster, argue three new booksBook informationOn The Edge: The state and fate of the world's tropical ...   
4/7/2015
A climate-induced change of male dragons into females occurring in the wild has been confirmed for the first time, according to University of Canberra research recently published on the cover of international journal Nature. The ...   
4/7/2015
A recent study shows that rampant global warming will probably do a lot of harm to sea creatures. This can have a devastating impact on the ecology of the planet.It has been found that if global warming and the greenhouse effect are not ...   
4/7/2015
Getting anything to Chevron’s gas-processing plant on Barrow Island is a bit of a trick.Some supplies travel 15 hours from Perth to a supply base for shipping. En route, trucks cannot stop under trees, to avoid picking up bugs and bird ...   
3/7/2015
Try as it might, the National Energy Board just can't escape the climate change discussion. In his campaign trail unveiling this week of the Liberal Party's new green agenda, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau singled out the country's energy ...   

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