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New US government report recognizes human involvement in climate change
A report submitted today to the US Congress by a consortium of scientific US government agencies ...
US senators visit Arctic to investigate climate change
A high-level US delegation, including Republican Senator John McCain and Democrat Senator Hillary ...
New approach needed for electricity grid problems
WWF urges Australia's state and national governments to take a modern, environmentally friendly ...
The power to protect our climate
With heatwaves affecting parts of Asia, North America, and southern Europe last month, electricity ...
UK power sector could do nine times more to reduce CO2 emissions
New independent research commissioned by WWF shows the UK power sector could do nine times more to ...
World Bank must help the poor, not coal and oil industries
WWF expressed disappointment over the World Bank's proposal to scrap plans to increase funding for ...
Forest fires in the Mediterranean
As forest fires rage across Portugal, France, and Spain, WWF warns that the Mediterranean region ...
Villagers share climate change experiences
Coastal flooding, widespread coral bleaching, changed octopus spawning patterns, decreased crop ...
European framework needed for emissions trading
WWF calls for a wider EU framework to meet Kyoto Protocol commitments to dramatically reduce carbon ...
26°C campaign launched in China
Hotels, shopping malls, and office buildings in Beijing are being urged to save energy and protect ...
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