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  • How Pope Francis could tip the balance against fossil fuels ...

    6 years ago, Pope Benedict XVI installed more than 1,000 solar panels on the Vatican's audience hall, helping him earn him the sobriquet of the "Green Pope". Pope Francis may just go one step furth...

    6 years ago, Pope Benedict XVI installed more than 1,000 solar panels on the Vatican's audience hall, helping him earn him the sobriquet of the "Green Pope". Pope Francis may just go one step furth...

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  • ''In a rare television interview, this visionary author, environmentalist and farmer discusses a sensible, but no-compromise plan to save the Earth.'' Bill Moyers ...

    In a rare television interview, this visionary author, environmentalist and farmer discusses a sensible, but no-compromise plan to save the Earth.

    In a rare television interview, this visionary author, environmentalist and farmer discusses a sensible, but no-compromise plan to save the Earth.

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  • Rapid increase in Arctic temperature is spreading south ...

    Rising temperatures in Finland illustrate the increasingly rapid pace of warming in high northern latitudes − a trend that has accelerated over the last 40 years. LONDON, 25 December 2014 − Climate scientists are confident that the Arctic is warming ...

    Rising temperatures in Finland illustrate the increasingly rapid pace of warming in high northern latitudes − a trend that has accelerated over the last 40 years. LONDON, 25 December 2014 − Climate scientists are confident that the Arctic is warming ...

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  • "Carbonbrief got some interesting insights into why people work on the climate change issue, why they started, and why they carry on." ...

    We asked 25 thinkers, writers and journalists a simple question: What books or readings inspired you to get involved in climate change-related work?

    We asked 25 thinkers, writers and journalists a simple question: What books or readings inspired you to get involved in climate change-related work?

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  • "Japan has poured over $30 billion to tap solar power in a single year. The country may be in a position to replace China as the top solar installer this year." ...

    It's barely been a month since we reported on the government of Kawajima-machi's (Saitama Prefecture, Japan) plans to develop a 7.5 MW solar power plant on the surface of Umenokifurukori reservoir. And now Kyocera has announced a 13.4 MW floating sol...

    It's barely been a month since we reported on the government of Kawajima-machi's (Saitama Prefecture, Japan) plans to develop a 7.5 MW solar power plant on the surface of Umenokifurukori reservoir. And now Kyocera has announced a 13.4 MW floating sol...

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  • Island in Scotland to be First 100% Self-Sustaining Place on Earth ...

    Virescent mountains, verdant valleys, and clean energy. Sound like a scene from The Sound of Music or a fictional novel about utopia? It is neither. It is in fact, the description of the one place on this planet that is about to be 100% self-sustaini...

    Virescent mountains, verdant valleys, and clean energy. Sound like a scene from The Sound of Music or a fictional novel about utopia? It is neither. It is in fact, the description of the one place on this planet that is about to be 100% self-sustaini...

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  • "The Earth has suffered a planetary fever before. Around 56 million years ago, temperatures rose between nine and 15° Fahrenheit (5-8°C), during the transition between the Paleocene and the Eocene." ...

    The Earth has suffered a planetary fever before. Around 56 million years ago, temperatures rose between nine and 15° Fahrenheit (5-8°C), during the transition between the Paleocene and the Eocene, known to scientists as the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal M...

    The Earth has suffered a planetary fever before. Around 56 million years ago, temperatures rose between nine and 15° Fahrenheit (5-8°C), during the transition between the Paleocene and the Eocene, known to scientists as the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal M...

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