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World's First Carbon-Neutral Hotel Group – a great case study of ... - Industry Leaders Magazine

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2013 record year for new carbon trading schemes

2013 record year for new carbon trading schemes | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
International Carbon Action Partnership’s first report on the state of emissions trading schemes globally shows that it is growing in popularity, with China...
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New research: Wind turbines remain efficient much longer than expected

New research: Wind turbines remain efficient much longer than expected | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
Despite naysayers concerns, even older-model wind turbines have a much longer shelf life than was predicted. And that's only going to improve over time.
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Small Firm in Florida Helps Bring Renewable Energy to Africa and the Caribbean | Renewables Energy

Small Firm in Florida Helps Bring Renewable Energy to Africa and the Caribbean | Renewables Energy | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
Sunrise, Florida -- From a nondescript office building in suburban Sunrise, a small business is helping bring renewable energy to the Caribbean and Africa, (RT @Renewablesworld: Small Firm in Florida Helps Bring Renewable Energy to Africa and the ...
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NY Nurses say President Obama must reject Keystone Pipeline due to its impact on emissions levels and Public Health | Press Releases | NYS Nurses Association

BIG NEWS: NY nurses say Obama must reject Keystone XL due to its impact on emissions levels & public health http://t.co/ybVrZh196H #noKXL
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IEA: Global renewable energy will be second biggest source by 2016 - Statesman Journal

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IEA: Global renewable energy will be second biggest source by 2016
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Still, renewable power is facing uncertain times as subsidies in developed countries wane.
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Renewables to produce quarter of world's electricity by 2018: IEA - Financial Post

Renewables to produce quarter of world's electricity by 2018: IEA - Financial Post | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
The Equation: Blog of the Union of Concerned Scientists Renewables to produce quarter of world's electricity by 2018: IEA Financial Post “Policy uncertainty is public enemy number one,” van der Hoeven said, citing policies surrounding tax credits...
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Solar news - K Road cancels plans for 850MW Calico solar project

Solar news - K Road cancels plans for 850MW Calico solar project | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
Solar news - K Road cancels plans for 850MW Calico solar project (K Road cancels plans for 850MW Calico solar project: http://t.co/YIeypxHJrZ // #KRoad #Calico #solar #PV #California)...
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Solar scam takes wind off renewable energy programme - The Hindu

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Solar scam takes wind off renewable energy programme
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Kerala has been trailing other States in harnessing renewable energy, be it wind or solar. The wind energy options remain underutilised.
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Why the poor will notice global warming before the rich

Why the poor will notice global warming before the rich | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Nobel Prize-winning climatologist Richard Alley about why the poor will be more likely to notice the effects of global warming before the rich.
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Electricity Emissions Around The World (Maps) - CleanTechnica

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Electricity Emissions Around The World (Maps)
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Electricity emissions are a function of two things: how much electricity is used and how carbon intensive that electricity is.
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10 Signs Global Warming is Happening Now - The Weather Channel

10 Signs Global Warming is Happening Now
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Reports indicate that Miami could be one of the places most susceptible to rising water levels due to global warming. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images).
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Global warming danger zone - The Japan Times

Global warming danger zone The Japan Times Regrettably the Japanese general public's interest in the issue appears to be low these days, and very few political leaders of the Liberal Democratic Party government are ready to take the initiative to...
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Microsoft Acquires Carbon Credits From Madagascan Rainforest - Ventures Africa

Microsoft Acquires Carbon Credits From Madagascan Rainforest - Ventures Africa | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
Microsoft Acquires Carbon Credits From Madagascan Rainforest
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VENTURES AFRICA- Global tech giant, Microsoft Inc.
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Bhutan turns to Nissan electric vehicles as part of zero-emissions goal - Christian Science Monitor

Bhutan turns to Nissan electric vehicles as part of zero-emissions goal - Christian Science Monitor | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
Christian Science Monitor Bhutan turns to Nissan electric vehicles as part of zero-emissions goal Christian Science Monitor The opportunity to sell zero-emission electric cars was underscored by Nissan's simultaneous announcement that it had...
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Climate Change - The Impact on Organisations

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Climate change is the most serious issue we face this century.  We are all noticing the impact of climate change - higher temperatures, wilder weather, melting glaciers. It has been  debated whethe...
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M.E.N.A. region to have hundreds of GW of renewable energy – REN21 report

M.E.N.A. region to have hundreds of GW of renewable energy – REN21 report | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
The Middle East and North Africa region will have over 100 gigawatts of power from renewable resources by 2030. (RT @SEIclimate: RT @JeanLapalme1: M.E.N.A.
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A vision of Miami's impending underwater apocalypse

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Rolling Stone this month published a fascinating, if somewhat morbid piece about how the city of Miami is all but certain to be submerged underwater due to climate change. As Jeff Goodell reports,...
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IFC bets big on India’s green biz - Hindustan Times

IFC bets big on India’s green biz - Hindustan Times | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
The World Bank’s private sector lending arm, International Finance Corporation (IFC), sees a bright future in the Indian renewable energy sector. Manu P Toms reports.
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Small firm in Sunrise helps bring renewable energy to Africa and the Caribbean

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From a nondescript office building in suburban Sunrise, a small business is helping bring renewable energy to the Caribbean and Africa, including a solar-panel factory recently opened in Ethiopia.
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5,000 Missing in India Floods: Scientists Say Global Warming is to Blame

5,000 Missing in India Floods: Scientists Say Global Warming is to Blame | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
RT @rcooley123: 5,000 Missing in India Floods: Scientists Say Global Warming is to Blame | Common Dreams http://t.co/wOdtZiDek1
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Report: Global Warming Could Reverse Development - emerva

Report: Global Warming Could Reverse Development - emerva | CARBONyatra Topical | Scoop.it
NEW DELHI — Present warming trends could roll back decades of development and exacerbate poverty in some of the world’s poorest regions in South Asia, South East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, according to a new World Bank study, which calls for...
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Current US tax code has minimal effect on GHG emissions, National Research ... - Scientific American (blog)

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World Bank: Global warming may keep millions "trapped in poverty ...

A global temperature rise of 2 degrees Celsius in the next few decades could cause widespread food shortages, unprecedented heat-waves, and more intense cyclones in tropical regions, threatening to "trap millions of ...
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Obama promises US 'will do more' on global warming - Daily Caller

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President Barack Obama told a crowd in Berlin that the U.S.
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