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An interview with Eric P. Grimsrud, author of "Thoughts of a Scientist, Citizen, and Grandpa on Climate Change," published by iUniverse.
21 Jul 2009
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A quiet crisis, caused by climate change is playing out in Madagascar. The south has always been dry, but biannual rains meant farmers could survive. In the last two years those rains have failed, rivers have run dry and crops have died. Join our climate change campaign: *******www.unicef*******/climatechange?thesource=mc
5 Aug 2009
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Scientists from around the world present their report on the cost of adapting to climate change. This comes in advance of the key UN Geneva conference next week.
27 Aug 2009
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Sea level rise is one of the world's most important potential impacts of global climate change'. Explore two remote regions: the Marshall Islands and the Arctic. Enjoy the preview then download the doc for your computer, iPod or iPhone at MoboVivo****
29 Aug 2009
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some cyclist joined together against climate change in wellington Distributed by Tubemogul.
3 Sep 2009
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The UK Government’s top scientific advisor speaks on climate change issues- and related food and population problems. BSN has a full news report.
4 Sep 2009
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Stavros Dimas, EC member in charge of Environment held a press conference on Thursday to present a proposal on climate financing. The European Commission pledges an annual contribution of 15 billion euros a year by 2020 to help developing countries fight climate change. By 2020, developing countries will need around 100 billion euros a year for climate change adaptation and mitigation measures. Up to half of the amount could be covered by public money. The rest should ideally come from the private sector through the carbon market, which could generate as much as 38 billion euros a year for developing countries by 2020. The proposal forms part of the blocs negotiating position for international talks on a post-2012 climate deal, intended to be agreed in Copenhagen this December. Lack of progress on financial support for developing countries has so far stalled the talks. Targets and actions to fight climate change are to stay below 2°C, global emissions need to peak before 2020 and then be cut to less than 50% of 1990 levels by 2050. This will require action by both developed and developing countries. Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Sep 2009
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Britain’s National Health Service will have to play a leading role in the response to climate change, concludes a study launched this week. The study will help guide development of the service for the future.
11 Sep 2009
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** –The Burning Embers:Climate Change Scientist Dr. Stephen Schneider on the State of Our Planet - P2/2. Episode: 1035, Air Date: 15 July 2009.
21 Sep 2009
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Professor & Chair of Earth and Environmental Science Department Johan Varekamp co-created a module with Tula Telfair, Associate Professor of Art and Art History entitled The Colors of Climate Change, which investigated the portrayal of the environment in landscape painting. The section specifically focused on time periods of great environmental change such as the little ice age and industrial air pollution. This part of the course studied how color choice reflects processes and examined the messages these choices convey. The class traveled to the New York studio of Telfair, a landscape painter, who provided her perspective to students on the visual representations of climate and color choice. (Video by Adrian Nieves) *******
28 Sep 2009
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The climate summit that opened at the United Nations on September 22 is the largest gathering of its kind. It is seeking to break the deadlock that has prevented 190-nations from agreeing on a climate change pact. But while world leaders wrangle, the effects of climate change are taking their toll. Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley travelled to Tasmania, in the remote southeastern corner of Australia, to see how a temperature change of just a few degrees has made a big difference.
1 Oct 2009
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** - World Leaders on Climate Change.
3 Nov 2009
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