Monday, January 07, 2013

Gregoire emerges as top contender to boss EPA
She was a leader in the Western Climate Initiative launched by western governors (including Republican Jon Huntsman of Utah) with backing from Canadian premiers.
Why the UK's unique weather makes understanding rain patterns harder | Carbon Brief
The Met Office told us:

"It may take many years before we could confirm how the odds of this summer's wet weather happening have been altered by greenhouse gases".
Hobbled on Energy, India Ponders a Multitude of Dams -
Scientists and citizens alike are crying foul, however, pointing out that the dams will probably displace millions and wreck ecosystems throughout the Himalayas.
eKathimerini: Three-day cold snap to hit Greece - FOCUS Information Agency
Athens. Greece is bracing for a three-day cold snap from Monday, with heavy snow expected in some parts of the country, northern Greece in particular, eKathimerini reports.
EU sells 3.55 mln CO2 permits at 6.18 euros each: traders - Reuters News - Point Carbon
LONDON, Jan 7 (Reuters) - The European Union sold 3.545 million spot EU carbon permits on Monday from the third phase (2013-2020) of its emissions trading scheme on EEX at 6.18 euros ($8.06) a tonne each, traders said.

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