• NASA Astronaut Buzz Aldrin: I’m Rather Sceptical About Global Warming

    • Date: 31/10/14
    • Jonathan O'Callaghan, Daily Mail

    The second man on the moon says he is ‘sceptical about the claims that human produced carbon dioxide is the direct contributor to global warming.’ Buzz Aldrin (pictured) reveals his views on climate change, Mars and space exploration. The second man on the moon was speaking exclusively to MailOnline from LA. He is pictured here […]

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  • UK Government Claims Its Green Policy May Have Caused Warming Pause

    • Date: 27/10/14
    • Victoria Woollaston, Daily Mail

    Government environmental measures may already have helped to slow down global warming, an energy minister has claimed. Baroness Sandip Verma said the rate of warming might have decreased, which could support the effectiveness of green policies. Her comments came as Viscount Ridley, a Conservative peer and critic of government efforts to stop temperature rises, questioned her […]

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  • UN Climate Talks End In Deadlock

    • Date: 26/10/14
    • Mariette Le Roux, AFP

    With a 2015 deadline looming large for a global pact on curbing climate change, six days of UN talks closed in Bonn on Saturday with delegates and observers deflated over a lack of progress. Rifts over responsibilities for galloping emissions of Earth-warming fossil fuels remain deeply entrenched, they said, preventing detailed negotiations on a new […]

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  • Business As Usual: UN Climate Talks Remain Deadlocked

    • Date: 25/10/14
    • Mariette Le Roux, AFP

    A European deal on curbing carbon emissions yielded a rare concrete input Friday to UN climate talks, but did little to ease frustration among negotiators demanding progress on a global pact in Bonn.  Developing nations demand detailed plans for financing from rich countries of their climate mitigation and adaptation plans. Sealed at a hard-fought summit in […]

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  • In Key Midterm Elections, U.S. Democrats Sound Like Republicans On Climate Issue

    • Date: 22/10/14
    • Katherine Bagley, InsideClimate News

    Democrats are justifiably worried about holding onto control of the United States Senate in the midterm elections Nov. 4. Most forecasts have Republicans winning seven seats for a 52-48 advantage, which would almost certainly spell doom for any action on climate change. But here’s the real catch: Even if Democrats win the Senate by a slim […]

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  • Pioneering Environmental Lawyer Challenges Climate Modelling

    • Date: 21/10/14
    • Victor Yannacone Jr.

    Victor Yannacone Jr. is a pioneering environmental attorney. In 1966 he created the field of environmental law with successful campaigns to ban DDT in the U.S. Mr Yannacone was a co-founder of the Environmental Defense Fund in 1968.   Numerical Climate Models Must Be Challenged Victor John Yannacone Jr. Scientists committed to the scientific method collect, […]

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  • Shenanigans: U.S. & EU Want IPCC To Stress Low Cost Of Renewables – Draft

    • Date: 21/10/14
    • Reuters

    The United States and European Union want the U.N. to stress the low cost of fighting climate change in a draft handbook on the issue that it is compiling, a leaked document showed on Tuesday. The United States wants the handbook to do more to show that the costs of action “will be almost insignificant […]

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  • Global Warming Pause ‘Settled’

    • Date: 18/10/14
    • Graham Llyod, The Australian

    The existence of a more than 15-year “pause” in average global surface temperatures has been “settled” but scientists remain split on what it means for the future. While the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has continued to rise, global surface temperatures have not increased at the same pace, causing speculation over what has […]

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