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14/8/2014
They say the first way to treat a problem is to admit the problem exists. In that respect, the Australian government may be coming to terms with what it will take to turn around the worrying state of the Great Barrier Reef. An outlook ...   
31/1/2014
There's a phrase environmental scientists and campaigners like to use to talk about the slow and relentless degradation and destruction of habitats and natural wonders."Death by a thousand cuts", they call it, as small chunks of habitat ...   
19/1/2014
The broad high prairie of eastern Wyoming and southern Montana was once the bottom of a shallow sea, a rich subtropical swampland for millions of years. Layers of plants began forming peat beds 60 million years ago, later to be buried and ...   
9/12/2013
The broad high prairie of eastern Wyoming and southern Montana was once the bottom of a shallow sea, a rich subtropical swampland for millions of years. Layers of plants began forming peat beds 60 million years ago, later to be buried and ...   
27/4/2013
As the great research ship Chikyu left Shimizu in January to mine the explosive ice beneath the Philippine Sea, chances are good that not one of the scientists aboard realized they might be closing the door on Winston Churchill’s world. Their ...   
5/1/2013
One afternoon last fall, Armand Neukermans, a tall engineer with a sweep of silver bangs, flipped on a noisy pump in the back corner of a Sunnyvale lab. Within moments, a fine mist emerged from a tiny nozzle, a haze of salt water under high ...   
29/10/2012
President Barack Obama spent his last campaign and his first term championing clean and renewable energy sources, but when it comes down to it, he could be considered the “oil president” just as easily. Since the Baltimore Post-Examiner ...   
1/4/2011
The native fauna and unique ecology of the Southern Ocean, the vast body of water around the Antarctic continent, is under threat from human activity, according to a team of scientists in the United Kingdom and the United ...   
21/1/2011
With 'the current ruling crew' highly unlikely to respond with 'genuine post-carbon strategies', addressing to the huge environmental challenges that South Africa faces will rely on the rise of a mass democratic movement, writes Patrick ...   
26/12/2010
The Earth’s life is some 3.5 billion years old. In a mere 300 years human super-predators have taken it upon themselves to cut and burn other life forms to make a more comfortable life. Most are blissfully unaware that they are destroying their ...   
21/11/2010
Emissions of man-made carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are roaring ahead again after a smaller-than-expected dip due to the worldwide recession. Scientists are forecasting that CO2 emissions from burning coal, oil and gas will reach their highest ...   
11/4/2010
Building a Green Economy, New York Times
If you listen to climate scientists — and despite the relentless campaign to discredit their work, you should — it is long past time to do something about emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. If we continue with business as ...   
10/1/2009
Prefacing the launch of the fourth Observer Ethical Awards, we've chosen to highlight 20 of the biggest ethical ideas around at the moment, affording some respite to the prevailing jam-side-down version of life on offer almost everywhere else. ...   
5/9/2005
The vibrant colors of Florida Keys reefs have begun to fade in recent weeks, a sign scientists hope doesn't erupt into serious coral bleaching. Bleaching, triggered by extended weeks of hot and calm weather, doesn't immediately ...   
13/2/2004
CANBERRA, Australia, February 13, 2004 (ENS) - Five Nobel Peace Laureates, including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, have urged World Bank President James Wolfensohn to endorse recommendations contained in a new review that proposes a dramatic ...   
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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