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Published on Jan 7, 2013 | 10-Jan-2013
The question of whether the effects of El Niño have become more extreme in recent decades, as | 09-Jan-2013
Posted at 04:07 on 09 January, 2013 UTC - Samoa and Palau have been named in the list of top ten ethical destinations in the world for 2013. ...
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| 09-Jan-2013
Rising tides have already become one of the most prominent | 07-Jan-2013
Delaying global action on climate change by 20 more years will put the goal of keeping the world relatively cool out of reach forever, no matter how much money humanity later spends to try to solve the problem, a new study finds. | 06-Jan-2013
Much to our regret, countries who met at COP18 in Doha did little to address the billion tonne gap we need to close in order to keep us safe from catastrophic | 23-Dec-2012
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, Dec. | 23-Dec-2012
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| 20-Dec-2012
Australia's commitment to KP2 sends a signal to Australian business that Australia will continue to address | 20-Dec-2012
The Commonwealth Secretary-General has appealed to governments of developed countries to travel to Kiribati to witness the country’s vulnerability to | 20-Dec-2012
More than 60 stakeholders from the fisheries and aquaculture sector in Fiji attended a workshop in Suva on 'Priority adaptations to | 18-Dec-2012
Doha provides gateway to a 2015 global agreement and renews | 17-Dec-2012
Provision of water to households in Bangalore, India’s sixth largest city and my parents’home city, is at best erratic and at worst non-existent. | 17-Dec-2012
The annual | 16-Dec-2012
The tropical paradise of Samoa in the South Pacific has been lashed with gale force winds, flash flooding from torrential rain and a 3 metre storm surge from Category 2 tropical | 16-Dec-2012
Qatar aims to raise the share of solar power in state electricity generation to 16% by 2018, an official told The Jordan Times, “We are working on a project to develop 1,800 megawatts of solar power,” said Fahad Bin Mohammed Al Attiya.  “That will be 16% of our total electricity output,” he then told Reuters.  That project is planned to be operational by 2018. | 16-Dec-2012
The weak outcome that emerged on Saturday, December 8, from the UN | 16-Dec-2012
Negotiations at COP 18 to agree on a mechanism to address loss and damage caused by the impacts of | 16-Dec-2012
Expectations were low for this year’s UNFCCC | 16-Dec-2012
Representatives from across the globe recently traveled to Doha, Qatar to convene for the COP 18 talks on | 16-Dec-2012
The plenary sessions of the AWG-LCA and AWG-DP finally closed in the late afternoon of Friday 7 December 2012, leaving many issues to be put to the COP for resolution.1 With the COP meeting only opening for discussions at 11:30pm on Friday night, COP President Al-Attiyah announced a suspension of talks until Saturday morning. | 16-Dec-2012