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Unlikely activist? Osama bin Laden calls for action on climate changeGuardian Unlimited | 02 Oct 2010
Audio message criticises relief efforts in Pakistan and says climate change is causing 'great catastrophes' throughout Islamic world. Osama bin Laden yesterday criticised relief efforts in Pakistan and called for action against climate change in what appeared to be a new audio tape from the al-Qaida leader.The audio message lasted about 11 minutes, and was broadcast with a video showing still images of Bin Laden and images of natural disasters, the Islamist website used by al-Qaida said.
New survey points to major water problems in KabulReuters | 16 Jun 2010
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Afghanistan's capital Kabul could face water shortages in the next 50 years, with wells likely to dry up due to rising temperatures associated with climate change, said a U.S. study released on Wednesday. The impact of warming temperatures was that snow, which feeds rivers...
Bitter winter puts Mongolia in bind over miningReuters | 22 Feb 2010
ULAN BATOR (Reuters) - As Mongolia cowers under the brutal thrall of its worst winter in decades, questions are being asked as to whether the country should end its reliance on nomadic herders and dig deeper into its mineral reserves instead.
Economic slump may limit moves on clean energyInternational Herald Tribune | 25 Nov 2008
From Italy to China, a poor global economy and plunging prices of coal and oil are upending plans to wean businesses and consumers from fossil fuel.
Earthscan re-launches Climate Policy JournalEarthscan | 09 Feb 2005
Climate Policy presents a wide range of refereed research and analysis that address the broad spectrum of policy issues raised by the prospect of changes in the global climate. It addresses both the mitigation of, and adaptation to, climate change. It also provides a forum for the communication of...
Blair turns attention to Mideast peace on whistlestop tourChannel News Asia | 23 Dec 2004
British Prime Minister Tony Blair was meeting Israeli and Palestinian leaders to discuss his personal peace initiatives for the region, the next leg on a flying visit which took him to Iraq the previous day.
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