Monthly Archives: December 2008

TV aids climate victims

Tuvalu is a tiny Polynesian island nation, It’s in the Pacific Ocean about midway between Hawaii and Australia. Its only 10 square miles, in fact the fourth smallest country on earth. But it resides on nine extremely low-lying coral atolls. … Continue reading

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Native Americans are climate experts

A group of native Americans the Dene nation in Canada and representatives of other indigenous peoples have been lobbying national delegations to ask them to recognize them as an “expert group” that can participate in the talks like other nongovernment … Continue reading

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Asia’s spat with the UN!

A UN report which said that enormous brown clouds of pollution over Asia – over India in particular – were killing hundreds of thousands of people has started a bit of a spat. Kapil Sibal, India’s Science and Technoogy Minister … Continue reading

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Australia fears climate change effects!

Australia is to join with Indonesia in fighting climate change. Up to 120 million people could be affected in the Asia-Pacific region by climate change effects. The consequences for Indonesia could mean conflicts over water, food riots and the collapse … Continue reading

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US Takes on Europe!

Competition is afoot and I guess that’s good news for global warming activists. America – currently seen as the worlds second biggest producer of carbon dioxide – is setting out to trump Europe as a model green nation. At a … Continue reading

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