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Overcultivation in Europe, New NOAA study estimates future loss of labor capacity as climate warms, Philippines launches world’s first national human rights investigation into 50 big polluters, Villach Conference, The EU’s complicity in illegal tropical deforestation, Study on car subsidy schemes, Researchers Link Fastest Sea-Level Rise in Two Millennia to Increasing Temperatures, Online now: the Regional Climate Atlas for Germany, Vulnerable Twenty Group Founded, Governor Brown Signs Landmark Climate Legislation, Melt ponds cause the Artic sea ice to melt more rapidly, Climate scientists discover new weak point of the Antarctic ice sheet, Study measures methane release from permafrost, Blauer Kompass contest awards the vanguard of adaptation to climate change, International Polar Bear Day, 2015: the warmest year on record, Eastern Europe countries reject IPCC target of zero emissions by 2100, EEA report: Air quality in Europe 2013, Climate change: Average temperatures on the rise, more hot days, An international team of researchers gains new insights into arctic permafrost, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon meets with Pope Francis at the Vatican, Warming Antarctic seas likely to impact on krill habitats, First mammal declared extinct due to climate change, Climate Change: Evidence and Causes, WWF EU sniffer dog programme, Sixteenth UN Climate Change Conference Cancun (COP 16 / CMP 6), Environment State and Outlook report — SOER 2010 —released, Young climate ambassadors from eleven countries launch international online climate network, UBA study: Germany able to make 43-percent savings on its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, WWF report: Almost a third of all natural World Heritage Sites under threat of oil, gas and mining exploration, Third UN Climate Change Conference in Kyoto (COP 3), G20 support strong and effective action to address climate change, Peruvian farmer sues German utility RWE over dangers related to glacial melting, Study reveals what the world thinks of climate change, Rapid decline in bumblebee species caused by climate change, study finds, Australia removed from a UN climate change report, The North Pole is 20 C warmer than normal, Atlantic Water Warms the Arctic, The Atlantic cod conquers the Arctic, Joint Implementation has undermined global climate ambition, study finds, Study reveals startling decline in European birds, Vitoria-Gasteiz – European Green Capital 2012, Nantes – European Green Capital 2013, Stockholm: European Green Capital 2010, Hamburg - European Green Capital 2011, The first meeting of the European Marine World Heritage, Scientists analyse the extent of ocean acidification, Chemical pollution of European waters is stronger than anticipated, German Climate Atlas online, European centres launch climate research alliance, Study: Cultural world heritage threatened by climate change, Synovate and Deutsche Welle Global Study on Climate Change 2010, (Climate) Change in the North Sea, Study: Intensification and poleward shift of oceanic boundary currents, IPCC releases the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5), Bulk carrier crosses Northwest Passage, Cyanide mining technologies should be banned in the EU, Ban Ki-moon visits AWI research base, European Natura 2000 Award, Joint Report by CARE, Germanwatch, ActionAid and WWF warns against irreparable damage from climate change for ecosystems and vulnerable countries, Third World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, Melting glaciers: Peruvian requests German utility RWE to pay for protective measures, Study at Cologne-Bonn airport points to heightened risk of cardiovascular ailments owing to night-time aircraft noise, EUA Report "Water resources across Europe — confronting water scarcity and drought", Drought Sensitivity of the Amazon Rainforest, 11,000 alien species invade Europe - A comprehensive overview, The Conference “The Great Transformation – Climate Change as Cultural Change“, World Bank Group unveils $16 Billion Africa Climate Business Plan to Tackle Urgent Climate Challenges, Climate Change in Europe - New report released by the European Environment Agency, Natura 2000 network expanded, Earth's lakes warming up due to climate change, Study Integrated Assessment of Black Carbon and Tropospheric Ozone, WWF Report "The Coral Triangle and Climate Change“, Results on EU land cover and use published for the first time, European Parliament rejected calls to ban deepwater drilling in Europe's waters, Jülich scientists conduct research on climate in Europe using Zeppelin NT, Website CoolPlanet2009 is online, Youth win climate case in Massachusetts Supreme Court, 100% renewable electricity in Portugal for 107 hours, REDD+ Partnership, Global emissions of greenhouse gases have reached another new all-time high, Multifold increase in heat extremes by 2040, European Red List of Birds launch, Impacts of Europe's changing climate, Catastrophic Declines in Earth’s Wilderness Areas, Study Finds, The catastrophic decline of the world's freshwater turtles, Studies warn about the possible impacts of rising temperatures on the production of the Arabica coffee, Extension of energy production from biomass requires careful consideration, Realizing a Global Framework for Climate Services, Proposal by the EU Comission on the financing of climate protection measures in developing countries, Stress tests for Europe's atomic power plants, Green Climate Fund ‘ready’ to start work, New York attorney general investigates whether Exxon Mobil lied about climate-change risks, Commercial fertilization of oceans banned - First-ever legally binding regulations adopted, Pope Francis releases 'Laudato Si' Encyclical, Federal Cabinet adopts Adaptation Action Plan, Commission review gives Member States a ‘must do better’ report for Marine Strategies, WWF and Allianz climate report: Climate change puts world at 'tipping point', Weather extremes provoked by trapping of giant waves in the atmosphere, Launch of the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy, New German-Russian research project starts with the first expeditions to the Arctic Ocean, Environmental statistics in Europe: Facts and figures on the environment: from environmental taxes to water resources, Federal Environment Minister visits research stations on Svalbard, Global radiative forcing from contrail cirrus, Europe's dragonflies, beetles and butterflies under threat, President Obama speaks on climate change, Backloading starts, Greenpeace Studie: Erneuerbare legen deutlich zu, Pentagon Signals Security Risks of Climate Change, Overview of the Conservation Status of the Marine Fishes of the Mediterranean Sea, Russia to evacuate floating ice station, Federal Environment Ministry supports population of St. Lucia with insurance against extreme weather damage, 35 per cent coral death in parts of the Great Barrier Reef, Global permafrost zones in high-resolution images on Google Earth, New ESA satellite SMOS successfully lofted into orbit, Populations of grassland butterflies decline almost 50 % over two decades, 2013 June floods in Central Europe, Launch of the European Climate Adaptation Platform (Climate-ADAPT), Europäische Kommission veröffentlicht Debatte über den Klimaschutz der europäischen Wälder, European Commission launches public debate on protecting Europe's forests against climate change, NASA Study Finds Earth's Lakes are Warming, Hormone disrupting chemical Bisphenol A can transfer from receipts into our bloodstream, Tenth UN Climate Change Conference, Buenos Aires (COP 10), First Digital Map on Land Cover in Europe, Mongolian Cabinet holds meeting in Gobi desert, Mega trucks do not help to protect the climate, Europe’s amphibians and reptiles under threat, Indian monsoon: novel approach allows early forecasting, Largest elicitation on sea-level rise ever: 90 key experts from 18 countries, NGO’s write benchmark Copenhagen climate treaty, German Arctic Office to act as consultant to politics and industry, Extreme weather explains mangrove deaths in in Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria, President Trump signs an Energy Independence Executive Order, Climate suit against German utility RWE: Higher District Court will hear appeal, Irreversible ocean warming threatens the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf, 30 foundation from eight countries initiate G20 platform for climate change and sustainability, University of Siegen: Sea level rising at triple speed since 1990, The economic value of the Great Barrier Reef, Study in the Mackenzie Delta in Canada: Thawing permafrost releases old greenhouse gas, International report confirms 2016 was warmest year on record for the globe, Study proves methane leaks around North Sea boreholes, European environmental satellite Sentinel-5P is in space, Mapping the sources and level of air pollution in Europe: Commission publishes new Air Quality Index and Atlas, Ancient ferns highly threatened in Europe – IUCN Red List

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