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Kyoto negotiations inch forward
Bonn, Germany – Negotiations on the post-2012 time period of the Kyoto Protocol officially moved ...
Coastlines in the Arctic have been changing rapidly in recent years due to climate change and ...
Feeling the heat in Chukotka
Melissa Mooza reports on the effects that global warming is having on the people of the Chukotkan ...
Climate link to hungry bears
Polar bears in Bering Sea displaying unusually agressive behaviour in what many say is another sign ...
US may declare polar bear “threatened”
The US Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that it is opening the formal process to list polar ...
Arctic ice on its way out
Scientists at the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) recently announced that March 2006 ...
Arctic winter sea ice at record low
Scientists at the National Snow and Ice Data Centre (NSIDC) in Colorado recently announced that ...
The world’s ice-capped roof turns to desert
Global warming is rapidly melting the glaciers of the Tibetan plateau and turning it into desert, ...
EU member states abuse Emissions Trading System
European governments are guilty of allowing their industries to produce as much carbon dioxide as ...
No need for nuclear power in the UK, WWF reveals
The UK can meet its future energy needs and reduce climate polluting emissions without resorting to ...
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