New York Climate March Swells To Global Movement reports Sophie Yeo atResponding to Climate Change. The People’s Climate March, slated for September 21, spreads across six countries, as activists aim to raise the profile of UN climate summit. Go to 350.org if you wish to join!
OO Youth Raise Climate Awareness In Flood-Hit Balkans – A new generation of post-Communist youth are leading the fight against climate change in the Balkans.
OO Fracking Protesters Stage ‘Day Of Action’ Across UK
OO India Demands Rich Countries “Walk The Talk” On Climate – at the latest meeting of leading emerging economies.
OO Tiny Indian Village Makes Final Stand Against Coal Giants
Drafting Climate Legislation:
OO Colombia Set To Draft New Climate Law By November
OO Politicians, Rich Must Travel Less To Curb Emissions – Technology alone will not cut transport emissions enough, say researchers.
Great Barrier Reef’s Greatest Threat Is Climate Change says new study, in an Australian Associated Press piece at the UK Guardian. Warmer ocean currents will have far-reaching consequences for decades to come.
OO Weatherwatch: An Ill Wind – scientists are worried that the mechanism controlling Britain’s weather is behaving strangely – here’s why.
OO Global Warming Is Moistening The Atmosphere – Human-caused global warming is causing the upper troposphere to become wetter, helping create more intense storms.
OO Humans Overtake Nature As Main Driver Of Glacier Melt – taking over from natural causes since the mid-19th century.
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