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Report helps scientists communicate how global warming is worsening natural disasters
Climate scientists have done a great job winning the scientific arguments about climate change.
The Guardian
Entrevista a Patricia Espinosa y Francisco Suarez: Economía verde y cambio climático
El trabajo de los mexicanos Patricia Espinosa, Secretaria Ejecutiva de la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre Cambio Climático (CMNUCC) y Francisco Suárez, Presidente del Consejo del World Environment Center (WEC) apuntan a fortalecer y acelerar el compromiso de todos los actores para establecer acciones que generen bienestar e incluyan un sistema económico colaborativo sin dañar el medio ambiente y respete la integridad de todos los ciudadanos.
Mundo Ejecutivo
Climate change is already causing widespread local extinction in plant and animal species
Extinctions related to climate change have already happened in hundreds of plant and animal species around the world. New research shows that local extinctions have already occurred in 47% of the 976 plant and animal species studied.
Science Daily
From Obama’s Top Scientist, Words of Caution on Climate
As President Obama’s chief science adviser, John Holdren has been instrumental in developing climate policy.
Yale Environment 360
Polluting Industries Could Receive €230 Billion In Subsidies From EU Emissions Trading Reform
Energy intensive industries could be given more than €230 billion in subsidies from the reform to the EU Emissions Trading System, suggests a new report by the Corporate Europe Observatory.
blue & green tomorrow
Plan climat de Justin Trudeau: quelques nouvelles mesures
La rencontre fédérale-provinciale sur le climat devrait aboutir sur un document d'une trentaine de pages, qui résumera les actions prises jusqu'à présent pour lutter contre les changements climatiques, tout en proposant quelques nouvelles mesures.
La Presse
Un plan pancanadien de lutte contre les changements climatiques dévoilé vendredi Le Huffington Post Québec
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