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The EU’s complicity in illegal tropical deforestation, Banco Santander stops financing forest destruction, Ecuador’s parliament approves drilling for oil in Yasuni National Park, Environment Committee CO2 emissions: cleaner vans by 2020, Study reveals what the world thinks of climate change, Brazil President vetoes parts of forest law, Joint Implementation has undermined global climate ambition, study finds, WWF report: Almost a third of all natural World Heritage Sites under threat of oil, gas and mining exploration, Scientists analyse the extent of ocean acidification, Brazilian court halts Belo Monte hydro-electric dam project, Brazilian court halts Belo Monte Dam construction, Brazilian Court Approves Construction Of Controversial Amazon Dam, 2010 Emissions down by 25 percent over 1990 levels, Brazil build Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in Amazon rainforest, Papua New Guinea Declares First National Conservation Area, Study Integrated Assessment of Black Carbon and Tropospheric Ozone, Brazil creates five new protected areas in the Amazon, WMO publishes the Atlas of the Mortality and Economic Losses from Weather, Climate and Water Extremes, NASA Launches Carbon Mission to Watch Earth Breathe, New fund a major boost for Amazon protection, First-time research of power plant carbon dioxide in geological storage, Energy efficiency measures for international shipping adopted, WWF report identifies regions at risk for catastrophic deforestation by 2030, CO2 concentrations top 400 parts per million throughout northern hemisphere, Spain begins to flood park with peat fire, November 2011: The driest month since records began in 1881, Agreement over CO2 limit values for passenger cars, World Day to Combat Desertification, Oil Spill in Ecuador's Amazon Rainforest, Cabinet adopts CCS act, Researchers Link Fastest Sea-Level Rise in Two Millennia to Increasing Temperatures, China burns much more coal than reported, An international team of researchers gains new insights into arctic permafrost, CO2 reaches tops 400 ppm, Tropical coral reefs lose two thirds of their zooplankton through ocean acidification, Atlantic Water Warms the Arctic, Chemical pollution of European waters is stronger than anticipated, New monkey species found in the Amazon, The 2010 Amazon Drought, Rio Negro drops to record low, Global emissions of greenhouse gases have reached another new all-time high, Multifold increase in heat extremes by 2040, Catastrophic Declines in Earth’s Wilderness Areas, Study Finds, In 2013 global CO2 emissions exceed 35 billion tonnes for the first time, Productivity of land plants may be greater than previously thought, Hormone disrupting chemical Bisphenol A can transfer from receipts into our bloodstream, Study on car subsidy schemes, UBA study: Germany able to make 43-percent savings on its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, Report: Trends in Global CO2 Emissions 2012, Study: Cultural world heritage threatened by climate change, 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", The catastrophic decline of the world's freshwater turtles, Extension of energy production from biomass requires careful consideration, Overview of the Conservation Status of the Marine Fishes of the Mediterranean Sea, Mega trucks do not help to protect the climate, Extreme weather explains mangrove deaths in in Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria, Carbon dioxide concentrations reach 410 ppm, Irreversible ocean warming threatens the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf, 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, Study proves methane leaks around North Sea boreholes, Study: Electricity consumption in Europe will shift under climate change