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8/12/2013
Two German scientists have just confirmed that you can’t balance the Earth’s rising temperatures by simply toning down the sunlight. It may do something disconcerting to the patterns of global rainfall. Earlier this year a US-led group ...   
6/12/2013
About David Keith's TEDTalkEnvironmental scientist proposes a cheap and shocking way to address climate change: What if we inject a huge cloud of sulfur into the atmosphere to deflect sunlight and heat?About David ...   
11/8/2013
Large forests planted with a single species of tough small trees could capture enough carbon from the atmosphere to slow climate change and green the world's deserts at the same time, researchers say. A group of German scientists says ...   
5/5/2013
MARKETS can misprice risk, as investors in subprime mortgages discovered in 2008. Several recent reports suggest that markets are now overlooking the risk of "unburnable carbon". The share prices of oil, gas and coal companies depend in part on ...   
24/1/2013
Installing a giant mirror in space to block sunlight, dispersing mass quantities of minerals into the oceans to suck carbon dioxide from the air and infusing the Earth’s upper atmosphere with sun-reflecting chemicals might sound like the stuff of ...   
10/1/2013
Global strategist, trained educator, and international lecturer Daniel Rirdan set out to create a plan addressing the future of our planet. His book The Blueprint: Averting Global Collapse, published last year, does just that. "It has ...   
3/9/2012
Planes or airships could carry sun-dimming materials high into the atmosphere for an affordable price tag of below $5 billion a year as a way to slow climate change, a study indicated on Friday. Guns, rockets or a pipeline into the ...   
14/10/2011
When Politics Meets Science | Audio, National Public Radio
IRA FLATOW, host: This is SCIENCE FRIDAY, from NPR. I'm Ira Flatow. Up next: science under attack. In his new book, "Fool Me Twice," writer Shawn Otto says science is under assault in America, and especially so in Washington, D.C. While science ...   
10/3/2010
Matilda Lee: Humans are social animals competing for status, which, in our consumer society, is displayed largely through the things on which we spend our money. How can we ever sate our appetite for status without these things? Erik ...   
25/1/2010
For decades industrialized nations have measured their success by the size of their annual GDP (Gross Domestic Product), i.e. economic growth. The current economic model calls for unending growth--as well as ever-rising consumerism--just to ...   
25/1/2010
Continuing global economic growth "is not possible" if nations are to tackle climate change, a report by an environmental think-tank has warned. The New Economics Foundation (Nef) said "unprecedented and probably impossible" carbon ...   
25/1/2010
Some people have good reason to be shocked that banks have pulled out of the carbon market, not least recent economics graduates whose dissertations on carbon finance now qualify them only for unemployment. And JP Morgan, which paid a ...   
20/10/2009
Many commentators have already pointed out dozens of misquotes, misrepresentations and mistakes in the 'Global Cooling' chapter of the new book SuperFreakonomics by Ste[ph/v]ens Levitt and Dubner (see Joe Romm (parts I, II, III, IV, Stoat, ...   
20/7/2009
Measures needed to tackle global warming could save economies more money than they cost, the world's top climate change expert said today. Rajendra Pachauri, the head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), told the ...   
30/6/2009
Some parts of the blogosphere, headed up by Competitive Enterprise Institute, an industry-funded lobby group ("CO2: They call it pollution, we call it life!"), are all a-twitter over an apparently "suppressed" document that supposedly undermines ...   
12/4/2009
Geo-engineering solutions cannot be considered for combating global warming without considerable research and analysis, said Rajendra Kumar Pachauri, chairman of the Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Delivering the ...   
27/2/2009
Black is the new green, Financial Times
In Brazil’s Amazon basin, farmers have long sought out a special form of fertiliser – a locally sourced compost-like substance prized for its amazing qualities of reviving poor or exhausted soils. They buy it in sacks or dig it out of the earth ...   
3/10/2008
Governments around the world continue to pump billions of dollars into financial markets, but there is still no telling whether the "injections of liquidity" will be enough to prevent "this sucker" -- to quote the President of the United States ...   
10/9/2008
A regularly updated resource with links to many articles, quotes, and important information missing from mainstream news coverage about the war in Iraq.Last month, a senior UK government adviser warned of the real risk of a devastating ...   
1/9/2008
Political inaction on global warming has become so dire that nations must now consider extreme technical solutions - such as blocking out the sun - to address catastrophic temperature rises, scientists from around the world warn ...   
4/2/2001
Climate News Compilation, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
1) DELAY SOUGHT IN CLIMATE TALKS (NY Times, CNN, AFR) 2) UMBRELLA GROUP DELAYS STRATEGY SESSION (Japan Times) 3) EU, NETHERLANDS CONSIDER DELAY IN CLIMATE TALKS (ENN) 4) EU COMMISSIONER FEARS FOOT-DRAGGING (Financial Times) 5) SWEDEN SETS TOUGHER ...   
23/1/2001
Climate News Compilation, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
1) REPORT WARNS OF DRAMATIC INCREASE IN WARMING (Washington Post, NY Times, CNN, BBC, London Times, Financial Times, Japan Times) 2) CURB IN EMISSIONS TO CUT ECONOMIC GROWTH (Japan Times, Kyodo) 3) EU, JAPAN DISCUSS NEW DECADE ...   

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