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First report to the Club of Rome, Second report to the Club of Rome, First report by the German Environment Ministry's Advisory Scientific Council, Launch of major new Report to the Club of Rome : 2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years, Greenpeace report: Lessons from Fukushima, Surprising climate balance: In the long term lakes in permafrost areas have sequestered more greenhouse gas from the atmosphere than they released during their formation, Tanker accident on Northern Sea Route, Study measures methane release from permafrost, CryoSat-2 shows precise extent of the Arctic sea ice loss, Arctic sea ice breaks lowest extent on record, WWF-Bericht: 123 neue Arten auf Borneo entdeckt, Court orders Russia to pay compensation for Greenpeace ship seizure, An international team of researchers gains new insights into arctic permafrost, UBA publishes report on emissions saved through use of renewable energies in 2007, Average sea ice extent for February 2013, Ongoing Retreat in the Arctic, new maximum in the Antarctic, UNEP: Water pollution in Asia, Africa and Latin America putting millions at risk, US Department of Interior approves Shell's oil spill plan for for the Chukchi Sea, Arktisches Wintereis auf Minimum, Report: The Carbon Chasm, CryoSat - First seasonal variation map of Arctic sea-ice thickness, RSK publishes safety review report, EPA Proposes Veto of Mine Permit Under the Clean Water Act, Greenpeace report „Dirty Laundry: Hung Out to Dry Unravelling the toxic trail from pipes to products”, Australia removed from a UN climate change report, State of the World's Plants report launched, The North Pole is 20 C warmer than normal, Atlantikwasser wärmt die Arktis auf, Arctic sea ice in retreat, UNISDR report The Human Cost of Weather Related Disasters, New Historic Arctic Sea Ice Minimum 2011, Shell abandons Alaska Arctic drilling, Greenpeace Report: World’s coal power plants consume enough freshwater to sustain 1 billion people, Greenpeace activists protest at Artic oil drilling on board an icebreaker in Helsinki, Shell contributes offshore rights near Lancaster Sound to the Nature Conservancy of Canada, Joint Report by CARE, Germanwatch, ActionAid and WWF warns against irreparable damage from climate change for ecosystems and vulnerable countries, BSEE gives Shell final nod to drill for oil in Arctic, Marine Litter: A Global Challenge (2009), Russian fishery vessel grounded by the coast of the Bear Island, Climate Change in Europe - New report released by the European Environment Agency, Global Head of Greenpeace Arrested on Arctic Rig, NASA Satellite Survey Reveals Dramatic Arctic Ice Thinning, Greenpeace repor "Slaughtering the Amazon", WWF Report "The Coral Triangle and Climate Change“, Polar Bear Meeting in Tromsø, Greenpeace activists arrested during Russian Arctic oil protest, New global data on High Seas and Large Marine Ecosystems to support policy makers, Greenpeace protest against Arctiv oil exploration, Global Witness: 185 environmental activists murdered in 2015, Greenpeace- Save The Arctic North Pole Expedition, IPCC veröffentlicht Bericht zu den Potentialen von erneuerbaren Energien bis 2050, Federal Environment Minister visits research stations on Svalbard, Greenpeace activists occupy Arctic oil rig, European Court of Auditors cites Commission illegal logging strategy as failing, Rapid Arctic sea ice loss, The Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction launched in Bharain, New report by WWF: First Contact in the Greater Mekong, Illegal caviar trade in Bulgaria and Romania, Arctic dust from melting glaciers, InterAcademy Council Report released, Protest against Arctic oil shipment in Rotterdam, CDM project validation in need of improvement, Report “10 years of Water Framework Directive: a toothless tiger?”, November 2016 - Arctic sea ice hits record lows, German Arctic Office to act as consultant to politics and industry, Litter Levels in the Depths of the Arctic are On the Rise, Greenpeace activists protest at a Statoil oil rig in northern Norway, Record-low sea ice extent at the poles, International report confirms 2016 was warmest year on record for the globe