Minister Edna Molewa was in Lima, Peru for COP20 Talks

Dec 18, 2014
The South African Minister of Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa was in Lima, Peru to participate in the twentieth session of the Conference of the Parties
Minister Edna Molewa was in Lima, Peru for COP20 Talks

Countries should not use ‘burden-sharing’ to determine cuts in greenhouse gas emissions

Dec 12, 2014
By Fidelis Zvomuya A new report published today by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment and ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics
Countries should not use ‘burden-sharing’ to determine cuts in greenhouse gas emissions

2012 Agriculture’s greenhouse gas emissions data released

Dec 11, 2014
FAO is the first to detail the most-recent contribution of food production, deforestation, and land use change to global warming Rome – Greenhouse gas emission estimates
2012 Agriculture’s greenhouse gas emissions data released

What Needs To Happen To Make Lima A Successful Climate Conference

Dec 11, 2014
LIMA, PERU — As the negotiations near an end in the latest round of climate talks, parties will begin to soften their hard lines to
What Needs To Happen To Make Lima A Successful Climate Conference

Reindeer Populations On The Decline Due To Climate Change, Study Finds

Dec 11, 2014
Reindeer populations across the world are plummeting, thanks to a combination of factors including climate change and human interference, a new study has found. This
Reindeer Populations On The Decline Due To Climate Change, Study Finds

Central Lima shut down by march for climate justice

Dec 11, 2014
Over 20,000 people flooded central Lima calling for "Climate Justice Now!" in the largest demonstration the city has seen since 2010. Local trade unions, women's groups
Central Lima shut down by march for climate justice

The Climate Talks Find an Enemy at COP20: The Fossil Fuel Industry

Dec 11, 2014
The UN Climate Talks in Paris next December are shaping up be high noon for the fossil fuel industry. Over the last week, negotiators here in
The Climate Talks Find an Enemy at COP20: The Fossil Fuel Industry

SABMiller Makes the Case for Confronting Water Scarcity at Lima Climate Conference

Dec 11, 2014
Latin America is relatively water rich compared to other regions in the world. But there are still plenty of areas in Central and South America
SABMiller Makes the Case for Confronting Water Scarcity at Lima Climate Conference

The Ocean Now Has At Least 700 Pieces Of Plastic Per Person On Earth

Dec 11, 2014
A study published on Wednesday estimates that the ocean contains over 260,000 tons, or 5.25 trillion pieces, of plastic. The study found that the amount
The Ocean Now Has At Least 700 Pieces Of Plastic Per Person On Earth

When COPs Converge: The Biodiversity And Climate Link

Dec 11, 2014
Biodiversity and climate are intertwined in the physical realm though separate in the policy world. But during the ongoing climate COP in Lima, a diverse
When COPs Converge: The Biodiversity And Climate Link

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