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NSW Labor conference backs ambitious climate goal
Glen Innes Examiner - 5 Hours ago
Labor’s state conferences in NSW and Tasmania have backed more ambitious climate change action, maintaining pressure on federal counterparts to stick with a carbon price policy. Giant coal mine gets
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UPDATE 1-Britain sets out shale rules with new oil, gas licensing round
Reuters Africa - 104 Minutes ago
LONDON, July 28 (Reuters) - The British government took steps to speed up energy exploration including controversial hydraulic fracturing for shale gas on Monday with a new licensing round for companies
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Japan, Mexico sign carbon trade deal
Reuters UK - 2 Hours ago
12:35pm BST By July 28 (Reuters) - Japan and Mexico have signed a deal for Japanese companies to earn carbon credits by investing in technology to cut greenhouse gas emissions in Mexico - in Japan's
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British shale gas opens up
UPI - 2 Hours ago
LONDON, July 28 (UPI) -- The British government said Monday tapping into the country's shale natural gas reserves could bring substantial economic and environmental benefits. Business and Energy Minister
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5 things to know about coal & climate change
News24.com - 100 Minutes ago
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‘Leave shale gas in the ground’, UK warned
Energy Live News - 2 Hours ago
Jul 28, 2014 Coal, Gas & Oil 1 The UK should “leave shale gas in the ground” rather than opening up the nation for drilling if it is to tackle climate change. That’s the warning from environmental
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S. Pacific seeks climate-change action
Bangkok Post - 2 Hours ago
Smoke rises from a factory in Haubourdin, northern France on October 31, 2013 Many of the 15 nations represented at the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) lie barely a metre (three feet) above sea level, and
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New BSR, Cambridge Report Outlines Climate Risks for Transport Sector
TMC Net - 112 Minutes ago
N (3BL Media Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) 13-Part Series Translates IPCC Fifth Assessment for BusinessSOURCE: BSR DESCRIPTION:San Francisco, July 28, 2014 /3BL Media/ - A new report published jointly by
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Shifts In Habitat May Threaten Ruddy Shorebird's Survival
SDPB - 5 Hours ago
An intrepid bird called the red knot migrates from the southern tip of South America to the Arctic and back every year. But changes in climate along its route are putting this ultramarathoner at risk.
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Could carbon constraints spell the end for 'K
ECF - 8 Hours ago
First, the bad news. Coal will remain a major part of the global energy mix for years to come, undermining the low carbon transition and acting as a barrier in the path of decarbonisation efforts. Coal
Could carbon constraints spell the end for 'King Coal'? BusinessGreen
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$300b 'carbon bomb' approved
Melbourne Age - 9 Hours ago
'Dirty tricks' claim as YouTube pulls GetUp! video Australia bets big on coal as climate policy crumbles The federal government has approved a giant Queensland coalmine that it says will generate as much
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$300bn 'carbon bomb' approved
Sydney Morning Herald - 11 Hours ago
The federal government has approved a giant Queensland coalmine that it says will generate as much as $300 billion for the economy, but which environmental groups say will contribute to a "carbon bomb"
$300bn 'carbon bomb' gets nod Sydney Morning Herald
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Pacific leaders to discuss climate change, sustainable fishing during Pacific Islands
ABC Online - 12 Hours ago
What is the Pacific Islands Forum? First formed as the South Pacific Forum in 1971, with its first meeting in Wellington, New Zealand. Founding members were Australia, Cook Islands, Fiji, Nauru, New Zealand,
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5 things to know about coal trade global warming
Big News Network - 5 Hours ago
ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, JULY 28, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. AND THEREAFTER - In this May 22, 2014, photo, sunlight reflects off of a chunk of coal at Dominion Terminal Associates' coal terminal in Newport ...
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UN scores Australia high for quality of life but low on climate change progress
Cambodian Times - 4 Hours ago
Human Development Report , which saw Australia ranked second only to Norway among all nations in the world.The report, conducted by the UN Development Report Office, measures each nation against a number
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UK opens licensing round for onshore oil & gas drilling
Utility Week - 2 Hours ago
The UK government opened its licensing round for onshore oil and gas drilling on Monday. In a statement, the department of energy and climate change (DECC) said it has given details
UK opens licesnsing round for onshore oil & gas drilling Utility Week
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Wine industry credits climate change for growth in Tasmanian sector
Kazakhstan News - 5 Hours ago
TAS Climate change is helping to drive a boom in Tasmania's wine industry with interstate investors seeking cooler growing conditions, the state's peak body has said.The industry is expected to benefit
Wine industry credits climate change for growth in Tasmanian sector (ABC) Yahoo! News Australia
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Climate change and air pollution will combine to curb food supplies
Big News Network - 5 Hours ago
Many studies have shown the potential for global climate change to cut food supplies. But these studies have, for the most part, ignored the interactions between increasing temperature and air ...
Study: Climate change and air pollution will combine to curb food supplies Bio-Medicine
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Pacific summit to urge action on climate change
CapitalFM - 5 Hours ago
Smoke rises from a factory in Haubourdin, northern France.AFP KIEV, Jul 28 – The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 “may amount to a war crime”, the UN said Monday, adding that fighting in east
Pacific summit to urge action on climate... XinMsn
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Think It's Hot in Austin Now? Get Used To 110
Killeen Daily Herald - 2 Hours ago
At the end of the century, Austin’s average summertime high temperature could be six degrees above today’s average high of 97 degrees . And it may be hotter than 110 degrees in the city more than 20 days
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Week ahead: EPA heads into battle on climate rule
The Hill - 103 Minutes ago
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is heading into a battle with the coal industry next week over its landmark climate regulations.   The agency will hold eight daylong hearings at four locations
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Scientists throw light on the mechanism of plants' ticking clock
PhysOrg.com - 109 Minutes ago
Scientists from the University of York are part of an international team of researchers who have made a significant step in discovering the genetic mechanisms that plants use to fight for light. In
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Open consultation: The implementation of Directive 2013/30/EU on the safety of offshore
Department of Energy and Climate Change - 112 Minutes ago
This consultation seeks views on the UK’s approach to implementing the offshore safety Directive, and includes proposals on amendments to existing legislation, new requirements, new administrative procedures,
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Most compelling reason to act on climate: our children's health - AAP News (subscription)
Grub4Life - 2 Hours ago
Early Years Cook's Training  Grub4life offer a range of specialist cookery master classes and ...   General News NewsLIMost compelling reason to act on climate: our children's healthAAP
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Climate change and air pollution will lead to famine by 2050, study claims
AllVoices - 2 Hours ago
Latest study suggests rates of malnourishment in the developing world could increase from the current 18 per cent to 27 per cent by 2050 Global food production could fall by around 15 per cent in the
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