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COP18: Campaign group calling on US citizens to email the White House and urge Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to offer more climate funding in Doha
RTCC’s definitive list of who to follow at the next round of the UN climate talks
UN climate chief Christiana Figueres will be guest of honour at the launch of the 2013 Rio Conventions Calendar, which takes place at COP18 on Wednesday 28 November.
The consequences of extreme weather have not been factored into estimates of global food prices properly warns Oxfam and the UNFCCC talks end today with news of progress on a second Kyoto period expected later.
The costs of a geoengineering scheme to deflect solar radiation has been estimated in a new scientific paper; UN Bangkok climate talks continue and Shell is told it can drill tests wells off the coast of Alaska but full scale drilling will have to wait till its spill response plan is approved.
The UN talks look to lay the path for a new period of emission cuts for rich countries under the Kyoto protocol as issues of finance and formative discussions on the Durban Platform, a global deal on greenhouse gas reductions begin.
After struggling with logistical problems all summer, Shell wants more time to drill off the coast of Alaska. A new electric car racing series will launch in 2014.
Planned Australian emissions trading platform will be integrated with the EU system; Predicted low in sea ice cover observed during the weekend.
Environmentalists criticise total absence of climate change considerations in the Romney-Ryan energy plan and Greenpeace chief Kumi Naidoo and five other activists position themselves underneath Russia’s first Arctic oil rig.
Fears that noise pollution could interfere with the porpoise population hold up offshore wind farm, CO2 from US power plants drops as gas replaces coal and Keystone XL pipeline construction faces renewed protests.
NASA will spend $45m to develop alternative rocket fuels, Germany’s Chancellor Merkel to visit Canadian climate scientists but Prime Minister Harper opts out and US media drops climate change from its heatwave coverage.
One of the world’s largest hydropower projects has been blocked by the courts, Bill Gates back solar powered toilet that could save 1.5m lives a year and how climate change led one society to mummification.
Growing volumes of freshwater in the oceans linked to increased power of tropical storms and Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell car could hit the market before electric vehicles are fully matured.
Diamond particles could be a safer geoengineering aerosol than sulphur and Paul Ryan’s fossil fuel subsidy packed budget proposal and anti-environment voting record cause concern.
Decision expected on ‘equity’ at COP18 talks in Doha, Europe’s busiest airport explains how it is cutting emissions and Donald Trump tells us to ‘stay positive in this tough climate’
New data from NOAA shows that July 2012 was the hottest month on record for the US
USA climate chief Todd Stern says his comments over the UNFCCC’s 2 degrees target have been misunderstood