Tag: climate change

Greenhouse gas volumes reached new high in 2012

Greenhouse gas volumes reached new high in 2012

Nov 06, – Atmospheric volumes of greenhouse gases blamed for climate change hit a new record in 2012, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said in its annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin on Wednesday. “For all these major greenhouse gases the concentrations are reaching once again record levels,” WMO Secretary-General Michel Jarraud told a news conference in […]

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Flying without borders: World migratory bird day

Flying without borders: World migratory bird day

May 13, – World Migratory Bird Day (May 11-12) wants to raise awareness about the dangers faced by migrating birds, which European citizens are more likely to see now that it’s getting warmer. One example: spring has arrived and the swallows are back. After a long winter in warmer African climates, the birds with the […]

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International talks on climate change inch closer to global pact

International talks on climate change inch closer to global pact

May 4, AP – The latest round of international talks on climate change closed on Friday with delegates generally pleased about the growing collegial spirit at the negotiation table. “The session has been quite positive,” said Andrés Pirazzoli, a negotiator with the Chilean delegation. “We were able to be more open, more frank.” The UN […]

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Are human influences an important contributor to warming

Are human influences an important contributor to warming

be no—if one accepts the evidence about the nonexistence of recent warming. Nevertheless, it should be stated that since CO2 is a GH, and since most if not all of its increase is human- caused, there must be some minor human contribution to climate change. The real scientific puzzle, not mentioned by Nordhaus, is why […]

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