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Europe’s dramatic summer gives a foretaste of ‘super heatwaves’ to come
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While Europe is recovering from an unusually warm summer, a new study warns that heatwaves with temperatures of above 40°C are expected to become more frequent, with some regions of Eastern Europe hit by new super heatwaves of above 55°C, writes Wendel Trio.  Wendel Trio is Director of Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe, an environmental […]

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Life on the front line of climate change
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As signs of intensifying climate change are seen in Europe, researchers are looking into how life will change for people who live in the Arctic, and helping to count the global economic cost of the ever-increasing loss of sea ice. In northwest Greenland, many of the region’s native Inuit maintain a strong connection to the […]

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Climate: Europe’s second largest ice cap sliding into ocean | Robert Myles
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A remote Arctic ice cap on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard has thinned by more than 50 meters since 2012. In addition, the ice flow from the ice cap is now streaming at a much accelerated rate than previously.

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Green initiatives win plaudits for Qatar
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The Astad Project Management hosted a high-ranking delegation from the US Green Building Council (USGBC) during their visit to Qatar on January 19-22.

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Environmental Groups Set 2015 Priority Issues
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PROVIDENCE — A statewide ban on plastic shopping bags and more composting are among several key issues being advanced by environmentalists this year.

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New Sustain:Green MasterCard Brings Carbon Reduction Rewards and Sustainability to Everyday Purchases
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MIAMI, Jan. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — On average, the American lifestyle produces enough carbon dioxide (CO2)…

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How climate change is shifting time for animals and plants
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Every Spring, the blanket of Australian alpine snow starts to melt, and the Mountain Pygmy Possum wakes up from its seven-month-long hibernation.

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Poor Countries Commit to Climate Treaty, So Why Won’t the GOP?
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As the Republican Party assumes control of Congress, one of their top priorities is to roll back the Obama administration’s recent advances in energy and climate policy….

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