Plants can’t cover up fossil fuel damage

Increased carbon dioxide being removed from the atmosphere by plants will not be enough to compensate for rising greenhouse gas emissions.
Posted On 14 Apr 2017
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Investing in Canada’s Future – New Report on Technology Innovation in Canada

Federal science panel calls for enhanced oversight and strategic re-investments to strengthen the foundations of independent Canadian research
Posted On 12 Apr 2017
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Forests offer cool way to ease climate fears

New global database of trees affirms the need for greater conservation and protection of forests to slow the pace of global warming.
Posted On 10 Apr 2017
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Canadian green bond market could top $50B annually

Potential for financing critically needed 'green' infrastructure includes both private and public sector projects.
Posted On 10 Apr 2017
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Complacency threatens climate change action

Leading climate change scientist warns that it isn’t only oil companies undermining hopes of meeting targets to limit global warming.
Posted On 06 Apr 2017
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Russia – The New Renewable Energy Superpower

Russia has abundance of all renewable energy sources which can be scaled up to fuel economic growth by 2030
Posted On 05 Apr 2017
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Extreme heat threat rises for world’s megacities

Scientists warn that even a modest rise in average global temperatures will put millions of city dwellers at greater risk from extreme heat.
Posted On 03 Apr 2017
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Carbon law could make Paris promise a reality

Leading scientists say a carbon law requiring CO2 emissions to be halved every decade could drastically cut global warming – and is feasible.
Posted On 01 Apr 2017
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