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6/7/2015
Heavy rain and overcast conditions in the past week threaten to damage the early flowering for next season's cocoa main crop in some of Ivory Coast's growing regions, farmers said on Monday. The world's top cocoa producer is currently ...   
6/7/2015
Australia's small island neighbours in the South Pacific face an enormous bill to protect their coastal buildings and infrastructure from the impacts of climate change and extreme weather, one they are unlikely to afford. Research out of ...   
6/7/2015
Scorching summers such as the one in 2003 look set to become more common in England and Wales, a study suggests.And devastating rains such as in Britain's worst winter in 2013-14 may be less likely in the decades ahead.Work by the ...   
6/7/2015
To protect natural ecosystems in the long term, some conservationists advocate "land sparing," in which farmers intensify agricultural practices to boost yields, theoretically enabling them to forgo expansion into natural areas. Others advocate ...   
6/7/2015
If measures proposed by the Democratic Republic of Congo to protect its tropical forests are not enacted, it could result in a significant uptick in the nation's deforestation rate, according to a recent study. According to the paper, ...   
6/7/2015
Scorching summers are likely to become common in the UK by the end of the century while winters turn wetter and less chilly, according to new research. Met Office researchers carried out a new analysis of long-range climate projections ...   
6/7/2015
Demonstrators from a huge diversity of organizations marched boisterously through downtown Toronto on Sunday calling for a paradigm-shift in how climate change is addressed. Not a typical protest of environmentalists, it attracted labour ...   
6/7/2015
The rainy season has come once again and for many communities in the Philippines, this means getting ready for strong typhoons. This also means evacuation, damaged crops, and floods. June to September has always been the months where typhoons ...   
6/7/2015
Austria has filed a legal challenge at the European court of justice against EU-granted state subsidies for a new nuclear power plant in Britain, government officials have said. “Subsidies are there to support modern technologies that ...   
6/7/2015
Advocates and critics of a proposal to fight climate change are gearing up for a battle as the Obama Administration nears completion of its Clean Power Plan, which aims to cut 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide and other types of harmful emissions ...   
6/7/2015
Drew Lessard stood on top of Folsom Dam and gazed at the Sierra Nevada, which in late spring usually gushes enough melting snow into the reservoir to provide water for a million people. But the mountains were bare, and the snowpack to date ...   
6/7/2015
The U.S. coal industry breathed a sigh of relief this week after the Supreme Court blocked President Obama’s proposed limits on mercury emissions from power plants under the Clean Air Act. The president had been enjoying a winning streak ...   
6/7/2015
Conventional energy output from OECD members is growing at a time when, for China to reach its carbon ambitions, its economy will need to slow, reports find. A report from the International Energy Agency finds energy production from all ...   
6/7/2015
In the annals of climate change you can record another notable event. The Fraser River is running hotter and lower in the first week of July than it usually does in the dead of August.The water temperature is currently about 19 C, the ...   
6/7/2015
The undulating hills of Ningxia have been home for Hai Zhengjun ever since he chiselled out a cave shelter on the side of a ridge with a pickaxe and shovel in the 1970s.The 64-year-old has learned never to take water for granted, having ...   
6/7/2015
Australia's drought-hit regions are expanding in the lower Murray-Darling Basin as key climate influences in the Indian and Pacific oceans tilt towards drier conditions. While June brought bumper rains to western parts of NSW, "a ...   
6/7/2015
Fire crews call them “cat faces,” deep holes that flames have burned into the trunks of the centuries-old Sitka spruce and hemlock growing here in the Queets River valley. The trees may smolder for days — spouting smoke from their bases ...   
6/7/2015
Saving water doesn't always mean saving money in parched California. Millions of Californians expecting relief on their water bills for taking conservation measures instead are finding higher rates and drought surcharges. Water ...   
6/7/2015
A Swiss man attempting to circumnavigate the globe with an aircraft powered only by the sun's energy landed in Hawaii on Friday, after a record-breaking five-day nonstop solo flight across the Pacific Ocean from Japan.The Solar Impulse 2 ...   
6/7/2015
When Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration officially banned large-scale hydraulic fracturing Monday, it finally put an end to a seven-year review process that drew hundreds of thousands of public comments and sharply divided the general ...   
6/7/2015
China, the world's largest carbon emitter, has put up advertisements at public places depicting the environmental issues in Indian cities like Mumbai to warn its people about the impact of climate change and encourage them to plan future around ...   
6/7/2015
The Sleepy Hollow fire raced down the crisp Sage Hills, straight toward the Broadview neighborhood in the apple capital of the world. Flames shot high into the night, torching 29 homes and causing hundreds of people to flee. Then the fire did ...   
6/7/2015
Fighting California's drought is a bit like running a political campaign, complete with carefully calibrated messages crafted with polling data. Even details like colors are used for maximum impact. Officials at the state's Save ...   
6/7/2015
Olivier Jerphagnon needed a customer. So he drove toward the farmland north of Fresno, with his marketing director by his side. They came to convince farmers that PowWow Energy's Pump Monitor software can manage irrigation via ...   
6/7/2015
A faculty member who has been critical of Ball State University for investing in fossil fuels is applauding the institution's investment policy changes. "I think we need to keep in mind that there is an emergency associated with climate ...   

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