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21/9/2014
If the planet's carbon budget, which is the amount of fuel we can burn, concrete we can pour and forest we can fell without blowing global warming goals, was a giant cake, then we'd all be running out of dessert -- fast. We've got about ...   
21/9/2014
Two days before the UN Climate Summit in New York, three new studies paint the clearest picture yet of rising greenhouse gas emissions and the dwindling opportunity for staving off the worst impacts-and also of at least one way that huge ...   
21/9/2014
Gatherings take places in cities worldwide two days before the United Nations Climate Summit, where more than 120 world leaders will convene for a meeting aimed at galvanising political will for a new global climate treaty by the end of 2015   
21/9/2014
Emma Thompson, Vivienne Westwood and Peter Gabriel joined campaigners and UK flood victims at one of 2,000 events taking place in 150 countries before next week’s UN summit in New York. An estimated 40,000 people were there.   
21/9/2014
New data on carbon shows that China's emissions per head of population have surpassed the EU for the first time. The researchers say that India is also forecast to beat Europe's CO2 output in 2019. Scientists say that global ...   
21/9/2014
China is for the first time emitting more carbon pollution per person than the EU, birthplace of the industrial revolution.In a notable turning point for the world’s most populous nation, China produced 7.2 tonnes of planet-warming carbon ...   
21/9/2014
Ten houses and 22 outbuildings have been destroyed in a wildfire that swept through parts of the Sierra Nevada mountains in California over the past week and continues to burn, a fire official said on Sunday. No residents of the homes ...   
21/9/2014
World carbon dioxide emissions will hit a record high this year, driven by China's growth and keeping the world far off track from the deep cuts needed to limit climate change, a study said on Sunday. More than half of proven fossil fuel ...   
21/9/2014
Concentrations of carbon dioxide will surge to a new high in the atmosphere in 2014, scientists announced today in advance of the U.N. Climate Summit in New York City. Global carbon dioxide emissions are projected to soar to 44 billion ...   
21/9/2014
Global CO2 emissions reached a record high of 36 billion tonnes in 2013, "eroding the chances" of keeping global warming within internationally recognised safe levels, scientists said today. The 2.3 per cent growth in emissions seen over ...   
21/9/2014
Global emissions of greenhouse gases jumped 2.3 percent in 2013 to record levels, scientists reported Sunday, in the latest indication that the world remains far off track in its efforts to control global warming. The emissions growth ...   
21/9/2014
Tens of thousands of people marched in New York and across the globe on Sunday, joined by celebrities and political leaders to demand urgent action to stem climate change. Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio, US former vice president ...   
21/9/2014
Wealthy nations must do more to cut greenhouse gas emissions than their poorer neighbours if devastating climate change is to be avoided, according to a new study. The ClimateFairshare project, an analysis from the Stockholm Environment ...   
21/9/2014
The weather service initially issued a flash-flood warning Saturday night, but downgraded it to a flash-flood watch later Saturday night. The warning is in effect through 5 p.m. Sunday. The watch, issued out of the agency's Medford, ...   
21/9/2014
Tens of thousands of people in London joined a global day of protest Sunday to demand action on climate change, among them British actress Emma Thompson who said the challenge to save the planet was like tackling a Martian invasion.An ...   
21/9/2014
The fall foliage transformations that so colorfully mark the start of the autumn season could soon start arriving later and lasting longer due to climate change, researchers from Princeton University report in the latest edition of the journal ...   
21/9/2014
In her new book, The Human Age, Diane Ackerman, best-selling author of The Zookeeper's Wife and A Natural History of the Senses, takes us on a journey into the Anthropocene: the era in which humans have both mastered and degraded the natural ...   
21/9/2014
Behind all the fanfare around this week's UN Climate Summit, which will bring 120 heads of state to New York on Tuesday, looms one big question: Will the nations of the world agree on a path to avoid the most dangerous consequences of climate ...   
21/9/2014
Two days before a United Nations summit on climate change, people are marching in cities around the world Sunday to urge their leaders to act boldly to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that are driving the changes. The "People's ...   
21/9/2014
Tens of thousands of environmental activists are flooding New York City's streets this weekend in a coming-out party for a new breed of environmentalism -- one that's louder and rowdier than the old-school greens who dominated the movement when ...   
21/9/2014
Tens of thousands of people demanding action on climate change are expected to march in New York City, ahead of the UN Climate Summit. Joel Rose speaks with NPR's Wade Goodwyn from the protests.   
21/9/2014
A grisly horror show is playing out along the West Coast of North America. Remains of millions of dead and dying sea stars, commonly known as starfish, litter the shoreline from Vancouver to San Diego. Those stars are the victims of a ...   
21/9/2014
Bill McKibben wrote the first big book about global warming, a work he hoped would startle the world like a fire alarm. But the planet just kept on hurtling toward an overheated doom, he noticed. So twenty-five years later, he’s come up with a ...   
21/9/2014
Levees along the Mississippi river and years of oil and gas extraction have caused dramatic erosion and subsidence in Louisiana. Bob Marshall, a reporter with the New Orleans news-site The Lens, discusses the new interactive project he developed ...   
21/9/2014
The demographers may have got it wrong. New projections say the population of the planet will not stabilize at 9 billion sometime this century. In fact, there is an 80 percent likelihood that, by 2100, it will reach at least 9.6 billion − ...   

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