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Under the sun: Australia's largest solar farm set to sprout in a Queensland field

Archived, 2 days ago From theguardian.com 

London, U K - As a barrister acting in some Australia’s biggest defamation cases, Angus Gemmell encountered power in various forms: political, military, celebrity.

He killed off rumours bedevilling rising political stars in Canberra. He acted for de ...

Global warming fuels coral killer, study finds

Archived, 2 days ago From usatoday.com 

McLean, VIRGINIA - Global warming worsens a disease that has almost wiped out Caribbean coral reefs, according to a new study by researchers at the Florida Institute of Technology.

In only 40 years, the iconic elkhorn and staghorn corals that have domina ...

Acid attack on algae damages ocean ecosystem

Archived, 4 days ago From truthdig.com 

Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA - As the planet’s oceans become more acidic, the diatoms—a major group of alga—in the Southern Ocean could grow more slowly.

Nobody expected this. And since tiny, single-celled algae are a primary food source for an entire ocean ecosyste ...

Antarctica's melting ice is changing the shape of the Earth: Researchers warn area is 'ground zero' for climate change

Archived, 4 days ago From dailymail.co.uk 

London, U K - From the ground in this extreme northern part of Antarctica, spectacularly white and blinding ice seems to extend forever.

What can't be seen is the battle raging thousands of feet (hundreds of meters) below to re-shape Earth.
...

Reports slam Malaysian timber companies, urge reforms in forest management

Archived, 4 days ago From news.mongabay.com 

Menlo Park, CALIFORNIA - Two international NGOs have called out Malaysia in recent months over the country’s widespread illegal logging.

Malaysia has been accused of not doing enough to protect its diminishing forests and thwart the illicit timber trade, part ...

How earthquakes linked to fracking are fracturing an Oklahoma community

Archived, 4 days ago From smh.com.au 

Sydney, AUSTRALIA - When fracking started in Oklahoma, things went the way they had in the other oil-boom states. Trucks and men flooded in. They raised dust, clogged the roads, cleared scrub and sucked up water for the drilling. But the money flowed back thick and fast ...

Tropical deforestation on the rise, contrary to reports

Archived, 5 days ago From cbsnews.com 

New York, NEW YORK - Tropical forests from Indonesia to the Amazon are being lost an astonishing rate, with a new study suggesting deforestation has intensified 62 percent in just 20 years.

The study also calls into question a more optimistic picture from ...

Delhi will be the new world capital of air pollution, 66 crore Indians will die 3 years youthful

Archived, 5 days ago From bharatpress.com 

Ahmedabad, INDIA - Pollution in Delhi is thriving at an unacceptable level. A recent study claimed that more than half of India’s population lives in places with such polluted air that each person loses an average of 3.2 years in life expectancy because of the toxins w ...

Global warming slowdown probably due to natural cycles, study finds

Archived, 5 days ago From theguardian.com 

London, U K - Manmade global warming over the past decade has probably been partly offset by the cooling effect of natural variability in the Earth’s climate system, a team of climate researchers have concluded.

The finding could help explain the sl ...

Francois Hollande flies to the Philippines 'to raise awareness of climate change'… but why did he need to take two glamorous actresses with him?

Archived, 5 days ago From dailymail.co.uk 

London, U K - President Francois Hollande arrived in the Philippines on Thursday to promote the fight against climate change - but felt he couldn't make his point without the help of two glamorous French actresses.

As president of France, Hollande c ...

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Obama: Reject KXL once and for all

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President Obama has pledged to veto the Keystone XL bill being pushed through Congress by climate-denying conservatives. But ...

Bats in big trouble -- Take action

Action: Wildlife Conservation

Northern long-eared bats are amazing little creatures that can eat their own weight in insects each night. But in recent year ...

Scientists sound the alarm on African palm oil investment

Action: Stop Deforestation

Africa’s people, forests and wildlife are in trouble if the mostly unbridled expansion of oil palm in West and Central Africa ...

Plans to phase out coal power urged

Action: Stop Pollution

Political leaders risk derailing efforts to tackle climate change unless they set out clear plans to phase out dirty coal pow ...

Mexican government makes last ditch effort to save world’s smallest porpoise

Action: Save Our Oceans

The vaquita (Phocoena sinus) is a rare species of porpoise found only in a small area of the northern Gulf of California. The ...

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