Global Warming Updates September 17-19,2012

Climate change updates 17-19 September 2012

Why the West must help China win the race to decarbonise

Mandatory Carbon Reporting could have a positive cultural impact at board level


Mandatory GHG Reporting: Good news for Man United, a home for offsets and a red card for complexity

Large Dams in the Americas: Is the Cure Worse than the Disease?


Private Sector Plays Important Role in Reviving Dying Carbon Economy


The 2012 CDP Global 500 Report: A Glass Half Full of Arctic Melt Water




Nine Qld coal mines to emit more carbon than entire UK industry: Greenpeace


China’s carbon price yet to reflect demand, supply: report

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Arctic summer ice to disappear within four years, expert says

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World temperatures above average for 330th straight month

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Shell loses Arctic drilling race – for now

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Changing nature of a bushwalk in 2070




The Social Cost of Carbon: How to Do the Math?


Damaging winds, possible tornadoes threaten D.C. area


Severe storms rip through Washington, D.C. area


Support for Carbon Capture Is Extensive but Not Strong, Indiana Study Finds



When It Rains, It Pours: Intensification of Extreme Tropical Rainfall With Global Warming Modeled

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