Wednesday 22 February 2012
EU air emission law opponents agree counter measuresReuters | 22 Feb 2012
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Countries opposed to an EU law which forces the world's airlines to pay for their emissions have agreed a basket of retaliatory measures but will leave it up to each country to chose among them, Russia's deputy Transport Minister said on Wednesday.
IMO to discuss CO2 curbs for ships, industry fretsReuters | 22 Feb 2012
LONDON (Reuters) - The International Maritime Organization will next week debate market-based measures to cut greenhouse gas emissions from ships, but the world's major shipping associations on Wednesday said the timing is not right for such measures to be applied.
Don't cloud young mindsNew Scientist | 22 Feb 2012
To seek to present distorted science to the generation that will have to deal with the consequences of worsening climate change is deeply cynical
Earth's clouds are getting lower, NASA satellite findsScienceDaily.com | 22 Feb 2012
Earth's clouds got a little lower -- about one percent on average -- during the first decade of this century, finds a new NASA-funded university study based on NASA satellite data. The results have potential implications for future global climate.
Is Peter Gleick a Climate Hero?ClimateBiz | 22 Feb 2012
In the wake of his confession to leaking confidential documents from the Heartland Institute, some are condemning his unethical actions even as others defend him for taking a stand for the environment. What's certain is that the story will get worse before it gets better.
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