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The United Nations climate talks in Doha have reached its end and over 190 countries have reaffirmed their commitment to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by extending the Kyoto Protocol.The second round of Kyoto Protocol will begin shortly on January 1, 2013 and will take effect until 2020. Read more…
Kyoto Protocol” is a term much used when speaking of climate change mitigation efforts, but how much do we know about it and what does it really mean in the global fight against the changing climate? The Kyoto Protocol is an international treaty to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change that set binding obligations on industrialized countries to cut their emissions of greenhouse gases. Read more…
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has launched a help desk service designed to assist developing countries in improving their involvement in the clean development mechanism program. The help desk is accessible to designated national authorities which are bodies tasked to look at the potential C.D.M. projects and decide whether approving these projects will help to achieving a country’s “green” goals.
Recent findings from the Berkeley Earth Project show that the average temperature of the Earth’s land has risen by 1.5°C over the past 250 years, and its results have made global warming skeptics – like the project’s founder Richard Muller – jump ship. The project finds that the “most straightforward explanation” for the warming would be increased man-made greenhouse gas emissions.
C40, a network of some of the world’s largest cities addressing climate issues, launched two new projects alongside its participation in the recent Rio summit. The projects are the Solid Waste Network for reducing methane emissions and a new Web platform for sharing best practices among cities across the world.
The world has continued living an unsustainable way of life despite nations having agreed on over 500 goals and objectives for the sustainable management of the environment, according to a report from the United Nations Environment Program.
A new wave of e-mails allegedly written by climate scientists disproving the existence of global warming and the need for international climate talks and policies have surfaced a week before the scheduled United Nations climate conference in Durban.