Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol
Climate campaigners march in LondonYahoo! News | 04 Dec 2010
Green campaigners have marched on Parliament demanding greenhouse gas emissions are slashed to help prevent "climate catastrophe". With UN delegates meeting in Cancun, Mexico, to hammer out a deal to cut global warming, thousands of campaigners marched through London.
Climate Change in Spotlight at London 'I Count' EventFriends of the Earth- England, Wales and N.Ireland. | 03 Aug 2006
The Stop Climate Chaos coalition today announced it is to stage `I Count', a huge event in London's Trafalgar Square, on Saturday 4th November, 2006 at 1pm.
NJ's Swamplands Pledge to Meet Kyoto CO2 TargetsPlanet Ark | 11 Jul 2006
New Jersey's Meadowlands has become the latest US region to buck the Bush administration by agreeing to greenhouse gas emissions goals outlined by an international pact on global warming.
Government promises carbon cutsBBC | 29 Jun 2006
The UK government promises to cut carbon emissions from big business by 12.5% on last year's levels by 2012.
US Supreme Court to rule on climate changeNew Scientist | 28 Jun 2006
The US Supreme Court decided on Monday to hear a case that will bring climate change and the regulation of carbon dioxide emissions before the court for the first time.
Boyack energy billFriends of the Earth- Scotland | 21 Jun 2006
Friends of the Earth Scotland welcomed the formal lodging, in the Scottish Parliament, of a Member's Bill aimed at tackling climate change and cutting fuel bills.
London incinerator plan criticisedGreen Consumer Guide | 20 Jun 2006
Plans to build Europes largest incinerator in London, revealed last week, have been slammed by NGO Friends of the Earth, which has called the development a step in the wrong direction on climate change.
Saving the midnight oilGuardian Unlimited | 19 Jun 2006
Student concern is forcing universities to do their part in tackling climate change, both on campus and off
Academies ask G8 to tackle health and energySCIDEV.NET | 16 Jun 2006
In an effort to strengthen their influence on the world's political stage, 12 national science academies have issued two joint statements to the G8 leaders ahead of the annual G8 summit meeting, to be held in Russia next month.