NEW YORK, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- One of the "largest climate march[es] in history" will take place on September 21st in New York City. The People's Climate March will take place one day before a UN conference on climate change, and it could...Show More Summary
Brazil is building a giant observation tower in the heart of the Amazon to monitor climate change and its impact on the region’s sensitive ecosystem, a newspaper reported Sunday. The Amazon Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO) is a project of Brazil’s National Institute of Amazonian Research...
The Week That Was: 2014-09-13 (September 13, 2014) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) WMO – Omits...Show More Summary
The United Nations Secretary-General's daylong Climate Summit in New York on Sept. 23 will draw about 120 heads of state, and many lower-ranking officials, according to a list of speakers the U.N. released this week. President Barack...Show More Summary
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/study-ocean-algae-can-evolve-f... Ocean algae can evolve fast to tackle climate change, being both resilient to acidity and temperature.
http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2014/09/14/author-claims-richard-branson... Branson renegs on pledge to spend $3bn on climate change progress over 10 years, Naomi Klein says big business is hypocritical
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Tiny marine algae can evolve fast enough to cope with climate change in a sign that some ocean life may be more resilient than thought to rising temperatures and acidification, a study showed. Evolution is usually omitted in scientific projections of how global warming will affect the planet in...
By Jan Rocha, Climate News Network Scientists in Brazil believe the loss of billions of litres of water released as vapour clouds by Amazon rainforest trees is the result of continuing deforestation and climate change—leading to devastating drought.
Renewable energies are increasingly seen as the best solution to a growing global population demanding affordable access to electricity while reducing the need for toxic fossil fuels that are creating unsustainable levels of greenhouse...Show More Summary
After a relative slow week following the announcement of the ECB's new initiatives and the US jobs data, the week ahead is chock full of key events. There are three in particular that can shape the larger investment climate. They are...Show More Summary
Grist has a look at a new PwC report on carbon emissions - This legendary accounting firm ran the numbers on climate change. With every year that passes, we’re getting further away from averting a human-caused climate disaster. That’s...Show More Summary
In an astonishing turn of events this week, prosecutors dropped criminal charges against two climate change activists who in 2013 used their boat -- the Henry David T. -- to block a large coal shipment to New England.Instead of proceeding to trial on September 8, Bristol District Attorney C. Show More Summary
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Daily Climate Change: Global Map of Unusual Temperatures, Sep 13, 2014 How unusual has the weather been? No one event is "caused" by climate change, but global warming,...Show More Summary
The National: “Naomi Klein discusses her new book This Changes Everything, in which she says it’s time to stop counting on the politicians to save the planet.” The National: “Naomi Klein: This…
Hayek is the intellectual inspiration for neoliberal think tanks and their war against Socialism, government regulation and, today, climate science. But are these tankers really faithful to his ideas? As our story unfolds we will see...Show More Summary
The Sussex University economist has aligned himself with climate denial and his tweets are highly entertaining - shame this book is so damn conventional. Professor Richard Tol has authored a ruthlessly conventional £57 textbook on the economics of climate change. Show More Summary
Remember warmist scientist Chris Turney and his Ship of Fools last December? Chris Turney, a professor of climate change at…
Press Release 14-120 How evolutionary principles could help save our world The age of the Anthropocene–the scientific name given to our current geologic age–is dominated by human impacts on our environment. A warming climate. Increased resistance of pathogens and pests. A swelling population. Coping with these modern global challenges requires application of what one might…
By Alex Kirby, Climate News Network Foreign demand for agricultural products worth an estimated $61 billion annually is driving up the devastating rate at which tropical forest is being cleared illegally—and pushing up carbon emissi...