Global Warming Updates September 24,2012

Climate Changes Update 24 September

Climate migrant remittances could help adaptation – experts

Climate change growing threat to food, biodiversity – officials

Scientific Discovery Offers ‘Green’ Solution in Fight Against Greenhouse Gases

Climate Is Changing the Great Barrier Reef

23 Nuclear Plants in Tsunami Risk Zones


Al Gore Sees ‘Dirty Weather’ Ahead


  The House Votes to Limit EPA’s Power to Regulate Carbon Dioxide


  Senate Votes to Exclude U.S. Airlines from European Cap and Trade System


  EU to Finance China Carbon Emissions Reduction


  French President Calls for 40 Percent Reduction of EU Carbon Emissions by 2030


  The Montreal Protocol Turns 25


  El Salvador Feeling the Impacts of Climate Change


  As Greenland Ice Melts, Global Powers Look to Profit from Revealed Bounty


  Water Utilities Need to Adapt to Changing Climate


  U.S. Carbon Emissions Expected to Rise in 2013 Due to Increased Coal Use


  Seabed Fracture near Carbon Capture and Storage Project Adds to Cost


  Arctic Sea Ice Melt May Increase Extreme Weather in United States and Europe


  New Study Questions Government Assessment of Carbon Emission Cost


  Prestigious Heinz Award Given to Climate Change Champion


Brain-Eating Amoeba And Other Diseases That Could Spread With Climate Change


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