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June 2, 2014 AMP to ban coal from 'responsible' funds

The Australian - This move enhances our ability to do that. AMP Capital is a signatory to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment and a member of the Investor Group on Climate Change. (Australia/New Zealand). >...

June 2, 2014 How to Cut Power Plant Carbon by 50%: New EPA Climate Rules Can Create a Foundation for Real Global Warming Solutions

Union of Concerned Scientists - Post by îUnion of Concerned Scientistsî. We used the 2013 version of EIAâs National Energy Modeling System (NEMS) for our analysis. To create a baseline against which to measure...

May 30, 2014 World's major cities must unite against climate change: Paris mayor

Economic Times - UNITED NATIONS, United States: Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo urged the world's major cities Thursday to unite in the fight against climate change. Stressing that half the world's population is now urbanized, she noted...

May 30, 2014 Programme turns to Antarctica for climate change answers

Source: New Zealand Herald News

Sea ice, winds and invertebrates will go under the microscope in the next stage of a major science programme turning to Antarctica to answer crucial questions about how the Earth will respond to climate change.

May 30, 2014 Report: Duke Energy Second Largest Emitter of Carbon Pollution

The Ledger - "The electric power industry is firmly on the path toward a low carbon energy future," said Mindy Lubber, president of îCeresî, a nonprofit advocate of îsustainableî investing. "And history...

May 30, 2014 Fact-checking recent claims about climate change

Source: politifact.com

In May, the White House released the National Climate Assessment, a report written by a committee of 60 scientists that assessed risks from man-made climate change including rising seas, extreme heat and dropping water supplies....

May 29, 2014 Exxon CEO: “No viable pathway” to reduce carbon emmissions

Source: Dallas Morning News

Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson pushed back against criticism from investors at his annual shareholder’s meeting Wednesday the company was not doing enough to reduce emissions and combat climate change. “My view on this is that...

May 29, 2014 EPA grows its climate change trends list

Source: The Hill

The Environmental Protection Agency added four new trends to its growing list of indicators this year that signal climate change is happening now. “These indicators make it clear that climate change is a serious problem and is...

May 29, 2014 Antarctic Iceberg Flotilla Caused Huge Sea-Level Rise

Source: Disovery

Antarctica's melting glaciers launched so many icebergs into the ocean 14,600 years ago that sea level rose 6.5 feet (2 meters) in just 100 years, a new study reports. The results are the first direct evidence for dramatic...

May 28, 2014 All of California Is Now Under Drought Conditions, and That's Bad News for All of Us

Alter Net - On the other end of the state, San Diego has reached âlevel îoneâ waterî supply status, which means that there is a likelihood that there will be a shortage and a consumer demand reduction of...

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