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Latest stories

The energy revolution is in reverse April 18, 2014 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE By Henner Weithöner The UN climate panel’s prescription for tackling climate change is admirably clear. The problem is that the world is heading in precisely the opposite direction. BERLIN, 18 April – Keeping the rise in global average temperatures to no more than 2°C above pre-industrial levels will not be prohibitively expensive, […]
Science finds new routes to energy April 17, 2014 - New ways of producing biofuel, exploiting carbon dioxide and increasing crop yields have been discovered by researchers in the US.
Climate costs ‘may prove much higher’ April 16, 2014 - A re-examination of the true social costs of greenhouse gas emissions suggests they may have been seriously under-estimated, researchers say.
Fish on acid lose fear of predators April 15, 2014 - Some fish species in increasingly acidic tropical seas are losing their sense of smell and becoming easier prey for predators.
IPCC tries a gamble with shale gas April 14, 2014 - The IPCC's endorsement of gas as a route towards slowing atmospheric warming includes backing shale gas, a fuel whose exploitation entails significant warming potential.

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