"Chinese Coal Data Cast Doubt on Historic Stalling of World CO2"

"When the International Energy Agency reported in March that global carbon emissions had stayed flat in 2014, even as the world economy grew, the news was hailed as a turning point in the struggle to curb climate change. But more recent data about Chinese coal consumption, seen by Reuters, raise doubts about whether that historic decoupling of economic growth and carbon emissions from energy use actually occurred."

Source: Reuters, 09/16/2015
May 11, 2016 to May 14, 2016

Annual Conference: IAIA16 — Resilience and Sustainability

The 2016 International Association for Impact Assessment conference in Japan will share information and experiences on the theme of “Resilience,” emerging as one of the most important global keywords in the 21st Century.

October 11, 2015

DEADLINE: UNDP Climate Change Storytelling Contest

This United Nations Development Programme contest provides young journalists in developing countries a unique opportunity to contribute to the global debate on climate change in the run-up to COP21, while building their capacity, and providing recognition for excellence. Winners will be funded to attend and cover COP21. Enter by Oct 11.

"Asian Vultures Get Good News Ahead of International Vulture Day"

"India has taken one more step to save its three critically endangered vulture species from extinction. Last week the country finally banned large doses of diclofenac, a painkiller that is often given to cattle and buffalo but which kills any vultures that eat the carcasses of treated animals."

Source: Scientific American, 09/08/2015


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