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High Hopes For Forests May Be Shattered In Copenhagen starstarstarstarstar   8th December 2009 - Views: 406 High Hopes For Forests May Be Shattered In Copenhagen “We must save forests to save the climate, but saving forests alone will not prevent dangerous climate change,” said Bill Barclay of Rainforest Action Network, one of ten NGOs which constitute ECA.

Australian Business Claim Climate Change Biggest Risk For Next Decade starstarstarstarstar   8th December 2009 - Views: 398 Australian Business Claim Climate Change Biggest Risk For Next Decade Climate change related risks, led by water scarcity, droughts and bushfires present the greatest challenges to Australian business amid a call for urgent research and development, a landmark report has found.

Cities Are Part Of The Climate Change Solution starstarstarstarstar   7th December 2009 - Views: 410 “Cities make up two per cent of the earth’s surface but they now account for 80 per cent of emissions.

Local Government Joins Climate Change Talks In Copenhagen starstarstarstarstar   7th December 2009 - Views: 391 Local Government Joins Climate Change Talks In Copenhagen Cr Lake joins the Prime Minister, Climate Change Minister Penny Wong, the South Australian Premier, the Queensland and Victorian Climate Change Ministers and senior federal and state officials as part of Australia’s delegation.

Government Must Stand Firm On Red Gum starstarstarstarstar   7th December 2009 - Views: 406 Environment groups have slammed efforts by the National Party and the logging industry to reverse the new Red Gum National Parks and reserves announced on Thursday.

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