Canadian LNG Can Help Reduce Global GHG Emissions – Report

The authors show that if LNG from Canada serves coal-dependent countries, mostly in Asia, Canadian LNG will likely lower global greenhouse gas emissions.
Posted On 25 Aug 2016
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Asian carbon finds its way home

India and China have good reason to cut their greenhouse emissions, scientists say: soot they are producing is damaging their own water resources.
Posted On 25 Aug 2016
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B.C.’s Long Awaited Climate Leadership Plan Released

Plan seeks to cut emissions while growing the economy, but many elements are yet to be finalized
Posted On 19 Aug 2016
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Climate change raises deadly health risks

Reduced production of fruit and vegetables as climate change impacts on agriculture could substantially increase dietary and weight-related factors that contribute to so many deaths worldwide.
Posted On 18 Aug 2016
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Build disaster-proof homes before storms strike, not afterward

Hazard modeling has progressed considerably over the past several decades, and we can make strong predictions of roughly how often to expect disasters from coast to coast.
Posted On 17 Aug 2016
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Scientists link conflict and climate change

New research demonstrates scientifically that armed conflict in ethnically-divided societies could be connected to climate-related extremes of heat or drought.
Posted On 17 Aug 2016
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Can we economically outgrow climate change damages? Not for hurricanes we can’t

More than 50 percent of all weather-related economic losses on the globe are caused by damages due to tropical cyclones.
Posted On 16 Aug 2016
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Rethink needed on Paris emissions targets

Warning that humans may already have emitted enough carbon dioxide to undermine the 1.5°C temperature rise threshold agreed by 195 nations last December.
Posted On 16 Aug 2016
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