Global Warming Updates November 26, 2013

Climate Changes Updates 26 November 2013

1)  Teenager Takes a High Stand against Climate Change

2)  Rejecting Man’s Bid For Refugee Status, Court Rules Climate Change Is Not ‘Persecution’

3)  The US and China Play Chicken Over Climate Change

4)  Ioane Teitiota, Kiribati Man, Sees Climate Change Refugee Claim Rejected By New Zealand Judge

5)  Pacific faces big economic losses from climate change: ADB

6)  DOD Wraps Climate Change Response into Master Plans

7)  East Asia Needs United Approach to Climate Change

8)  Can You Talk Turkey With Your Climate-Change-Denying Relatives This Thanksgiving?

9)  Happy 5th Birthday Climate Change Act: Don’t forget the 4th budget

10)                   Happy Birthday Climate Change Act

11)                   The poverty of targetism: Five years of the UK Climate Change Act

12)                   Weight of climate change as the safety net unravels

13)                   The Climate Change Act: Speaking Truth to Power?

14)                   Who should pay for climate change disasters?

15)                   Global Warming Threatens Pacific Economies, Report Says

16)                   Creating a ‘climate change garden’


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