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Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Emissions cuts not enough: EU climate chief
Europe's climate chief has acknowledged for the first time that climate pledges made by national governments ahead of a major U.N. conference fall short of meeting the international goal of keeping global warming below 2 degrees Celsius.
Sea level rise will swallow Miami and New Orleans: study
Say goodbye to Miami and New Orleans. No matter what we do to curb global warming, these and other beloved U.S. cities will sink below rising seas, according to a study Monday.
Food chain collapse predicted in the world's oceans due to climate change
The world's oceans are teeming with life, but rising carbon dioxide emissions could cause a collapse in the marine food chain from the top down, researchers in Australia said Monday.
Monday, October 12, 2015
Beginning his birding career at the age of 10, Noah Strycker is always looking toward the sky.
The transition from fossil fuels must be carefully managed to avoid an economically disastrous bursting of the "carbon bubble," the World Bank's top climate official said on Saturday.
Ornithologist warns climate change bad for migratory birds
It takes the dexterity of a lace-maker to remove the tiny bird caught in nets strung between pine trees on Poland's Baltic coast, a veritable paradise for dozens of migratory species.
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Diesel-guzzling trucks and commercial vehicles in India will soon have to pay a surcharge for entering New Delhi, after the country's top court Friday approved a trial plan to improve the capital's notoriously filthy air.
The Council of Agriculture's (COA, 農委會) Fisheries Agency confirmed on Friday that a Pingtung-registered fishing boat had violated the shark fin harvesting laws, as claimed by Greenpeace.
The movers and shakers of the world economy are trying to close in on the magic number of US$100 billion a year to fight climate change as they meet this week in Peru.
Mammals thrive in Chernobyl exclusion zone
Nearly 30 years after a nuclear reactor caught fire and spewed a lethal cloud of radiation, some species of mammals are thriving in the zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, a new study says.
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