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Brazil to build controversial Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in Amazon rainforest

Brazil to build controversial Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in Amazon rainforest

2010. 02. 12.
Environmentalists and tribal leaders oppose massive flooding, while Brazil minister states 'not a single Indian will be displaced'
The Dilemma of Voluntary Climate Action

The Dilemma of Voluntary Climate Action

2010. 02. 08.
With the summer-long legislative recess over, the Senate prepares to dig into negotiations on climate legislation later this month. Most people expect a climate bill to eventually become law -- even after a fight similar to that of the House of Representatives' ACES Bill.
Tesco opens its first zero carbon store

Tesco opens its first zero carbon store

2010. 02. 04.
Supermarket group Tesco, which pumps out some four million tonnes of carbon a year, today opened its first zero carbon store as part of its bid to be a carbon ­neutral company by 2050.
Nasa picture suggests Dubai globe is sinking back into the sea

Nasa picture suggests Dubai globe is sinking back into the sea

2010. 02. 04.
This is how the world looks like according to ambitious engineers in Dubai, but it is starting to look rather ragged around the edges.
Ice Age Froze Europe In Months

Ice Age Froze Europe In Months

2010. 01. 13.
Freako-frakkin-nomics notwithstanding, climate change is a thing of violent swiftness. New research indicates it took only months for Europe to freeze solid 12,800 years ago.
2009 review: It's the environment, stupid

2009 review: It's the environment, stupid

2010. 01. 11.
It was the year of the Copenhagen conference and the "climategate" affair, but there was more to 2009 than these political brouhahas: here are 10 to remember.
Amazing Wildlife Video: The Best of the Camera Traps

Amazing Wildlife Video: The Best of the Camera Traps

2010. 01. 08.
Baby armadillos, rhinos charging the camera, a vampire bat feeding off a tapir, something called a grey-faced sengi, and much more.
Climate Change's First refugees

Climate Change's First refugees

2010. 01. 07.
Pacific island nations are on the frontline of climate change, yet despite being seen as the first ‘victims,’ many are re-positioning themselves to lead the world in renewable energy infrastructure, writes Ben Bohane.
Climate change far worse than thought before

Climate change far worse than thought before

2010. 01. 03.
NEW DELHI: Global alarm over climate change and its effects has risen manifold after the 2007 report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Since then, many of the 2,500-odd IPCC scientists have found climate change is progressing faster than the worst-case scenario they had predicted.
How to save the world: What the experts think will be achieved in Copenhagen

How to save the world: What the experts think will be achieved in Copenhagen

2009. 12. 23.
With the UN talks on climate change beginning tomorrow, Jonathan Owen asks the experts what they think the conference will achieve.
Oceans Becoming Too Acidic for Marine Life, Scientists Warn

Oceans Becoming Too Acidic for Marine Life, Scientists Warn

2009. 12. 22.
Far from Copenhagen’s turbulent climate talks, the sea lions, harbor seals and sea otters reposing along the shoreline and kelp forests Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary marine area, stand to gain from any global deal to cut greenhouse gases.
Rich and poor countries blame each other for failure of Copenhagen deal

Rich and poor countries blame each other for failure of Copenhagen deal

2009. 12. 20.
Wealthy nations accused of bullying tactics to get developing countries to sign 'death warrant'.
Shifting from Climate Change to Planet Change

Shifting from Climate Change to Planet Change

2009. 12. 19.
The COP15 experience extends well beyond the experiences inside and outside the Bella Center, where the attendees are queuing and negotiators struggling.
Met Office to release records that show global temperature rise

Met Office to release records that show global temperature rise

2009. 12. 11.
Records from nearly 2,000 stations worldwide may cool debate over leaked emails from University of East Anglia.
Rainforests turned into smoldering ruins

Rainforests turned into smoldering ruins

2009. 12. 09.
The land still smolders, tinted with a depressing gray. Twisted hulks of tree trunks take on abnormal shapes. A dark black canal cuts through the wasted landscape.
Expecting More from Copenhagen

Expecting More from Copenhagen

2009. 12. 07.
Expectations for a climate treaty had been in a dramatic downward spiral until President Obama's meeting with Hu Jintao in Beijing this week, where they agreed to shoot for emissions targets, and press for an agreement at Copenhagen that would "rally the world."
World's Water Demand Now Exceeds Supply

World's Water Demand Now Exceeds Supply

2009. 11. 30.
There's good and bad news from a sweeping new report on the world's water scarcity out today from McKinsey & Co., commissioned by such water-dependent companies as Coca-Cola, Nestle, SAB Miller and Syngenta, along with the World Bank/International Finance Corp.
Global warming science alarming, say climate experts

Global warming science alarming, say climate experts

2009. 11. 28.
Three UK groups studying climate change have issued an unprecedented statement about the dangers of failing to cut emissions of greenhouse gases.
Climate change survey says 83% willing to make sacrifices

Climate change survey says 83% willing to make sacrifices

2009. 11. 26.
More than 80 per cent of people believe climate change is a serious threat and are willing to make sacrifices to combat it, a survey by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) showed today.
Climate science statement

Climate science statement

2009. 11. 24.
This is a joint statement from the Met Office, the Natural Environment Research Council and the Royal Society on the state of the science of climate change ahead of the Copenhagen climate conference.

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