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ENDS Report
1/18/2017

EU Directive 2016/2284/EU: On the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutants, amending Directive 2003/35/EC and repealing Directive 2001/81/EC
Gaurdian
1/19/2017

Climate change optimism is justified – a complete transition from carbon to solar and wind power looks practical and affordable within a generationMy first book on climate change was published 10 years ago. I looked at how responsible individuals co
Gaurdian
1/19/2017

One way of looking at emissions targets is as a fixed budget amount, or quota. This countdown shows one estimate of how long it will take to reach an amount of greenhouse gas emissions beyond which 2C of warming will be likelyTo have a good chance o
Gaurdian
1/19/2017

What is the impact of livestock on greenhouse gas emissions? And how much does Arctic sea ice loss affect the rise in ocean levels? Continue reading...
Gaurdian
1/19/2017

From penguins in Antarctica, to butterflies in Spain, and rodents and coral in the Great Barrier Reef, as the world warms these species are disappearingSmall island species, confined to limited terrain, are always vulnerable, particularly to invasiv
Gaurdian
1/19/2017

The president-elect and his cabinet show utter disregard for the planet – but our future isn’t owned by the gold-plated billionaireJust five months after the devastating result of the European Union referendum, and the struggle against the forces of
Gaurdian
1/19/2017

With climate sceptics moving into the White House, the Guardian will spend the next 24 hours focusing on climate change happening right now, and what we can all do to help protect the planet 8.29am GMT Further west, the contraction of Lake Chad over

The Temperature Spiral, Now With 2016’s Record Heat
In news that will surprise nobody, 2016 was the hottest year on record. Scientists predicted it at the start of 2016, and after April they were 99 percent certain. Temperature records continued to fall in the second half of the year with the Arctic

Pruitt Dances on Climate, Calls for Change at EPA
“Restoring” trust in government. Adhering to the “rule of law.” Giving local officials more influence over federal regulation. Climate change is “not a hoax,” but climate science is “subject to debate.&rdquo

Trump’s EPA May ‘Review’ California’s Car Pollution Rules
It became clear Wednesday that far-reaching car pollution rules enforced by California and a handful of other states could be jeopardized if EPA nominee Scott Pruitt is confirmed by the Senate. After repeatedly suing the EPA as Oklahoma's attorn




    Where to Follow the Climate Action in 2017

    Where to Follow the Climate Action in 2017


    Scientists Say The Global Ocean Circulation May Be More Vulnerable To Shutdown Than We Thought

    Scientists Say The Global Ocean Circulation May Be


    West Antarctic Ice Shelf Breaking Up from the Inside Out

    West Antarctic Ice Shelf Breaking Up from the


    Canadian automakers urge moves to offset carbon emissions costs

    Canadian automakers urge moves to offset carbon


    Concerned about campus rape, Democrats ask Trump not to rescind rules

    Concerned about campus rape, Democrats ask Trump




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