Monday, November 19, 2012

UN talks must lay path to new climate deal - experts - AlertNet
"After super hurricane Sandy and prolonged drought in the U.S., and more intense and frequent natural disasters in different countries and continents this year, I think developed countries will agree in Doha for a second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol, to cut back their emissions to help stabilise the global temperature regime," Quamrul Chowdhury, a lead negotiator for the group of Least Developed Countries (LDCs), told AlertNet.
[Another pathetic attempt to influence COP18?]: “Iowa Climate Statement” signed by 138 [junk] scientists (AUDIO)
A group of Iowa scientists says this year’s drought is a “teachable moment” about the economic and environmental impact of climate change.

An “Iowa Climate Statement” was released today by 138 scientists who work at 27 colleges and universities in the state.
Little change in global drought over the past 60 years : Nature : Nature Publishing Group

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