Thursday 22 March 2012
Warming Antarctic brings changes to penguin breeding cyclesScienceDaily.com | 22 Mar 2012
Three penguin species that share the Western Antarctic Peninsula for breeding grounds have been affected in different ways by the higher temperatures brought on by global warming, according to new research.
Namibia: Local Fish Affected By Climate ChangeAllAfrica.com | 22 Mar 2012
[New Era] Windhoek - Preliminary evaluations indicate that climate variability has an effect on the distribution of marine species because of the changes in temperature.
Angola: Nation Backs Combined Effort to Fight Global WarmingAllAfrica.com | 22 Mar 2012
[ANGOP] Luanda - The State secretary for Cooperation, Exalgina Gamboa, defended Wednesday in Luanda the need for the member States of the Portuguese-speaking Countries Community (CPLP) to join efforts to fight against the causes of global warming.
Zimbabwe: Nation Lacks Expertise to Deal With Climate Change - StudyAllAfrica.com | 22 Mar 2012
[The Herald] Zimbabwe lacks the technical expertise and institutional capacity to mitigate and adapt to climate change, a study has revealed. Environment and Natural Resources Management permanent secretary Ms Florence Nhekairo announced the findings at a function to commission the joint programme to intensify the fight against climate.
Why the world needs a better way to measure cities' emissionsClimateBiz | 22 Mar 2012
There's a mountain of research that indicates cities are the prime laboratories to create real solutions to climate change. And the recent launch of new guidelines for cities means that they can start taking action today.
Volvo slams EU carbon targets as 'unrealistic'Environment Data Interactive Exchange | 22 Mar 2012
Car manufacturer Volvo has criticised EU targets for cutting carbon emissions, arguing its approach towards vehicle electrification could damage the European car market.
Water wars between countries could be just around the corner, Davey warnsGuardian Unlimited | 22 Mar 2012
Energy secretary tells conference that growing pressure on water resources could worsen existing war and lead to new onesWater wars could be a real prospect in coming years as states struggle with the effects of climate change, growing demand for water and declining resources, the secretary of...
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