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Marine Species of the Month - July 2010, Environment Committee CO2 emissions: cleaner vans by 2020, Scientists analyse the extent of ocean acidification, 2010 Emissions down by 25 percent over 1990 levels, Abbot Point coal port expansion in north Queensland approved, Papua New Guinea Declares First National Conservation Area, Kommission verwarnt Philippinen und Papua-Neuguinea wegen unzureichender Bekämpfung der illegalen Fischerei, NASA Launches Carbon Mission to Watch Earth Breathe, First-time research of power plant carbon dioxide in geological storage, Energy efficiency measures for international shipping adopted, CO2 concentrations top 400 parts per million throughout northern hemisphere, Agreement over CO2 limit values for passenger cars, Coal carrier grounding off Great Keppel Island, Australia, Cabinet adopts CCS act, China burns much more coal than reported, An international team of researchers gains new insights into arctic permafrost, CO2 reaches tops 400 ppm, Coral bleaching threatens Great Barrier Reef, Study: Ocean acidification slows algae growth in the Southern Ocean, Rising sea temperatures stress corals at Lord Howe Island, Seegras erstickt die küstenahen Bereiche des Great Barrier Reef, Global emissions of greenhouse gases have reached another new all-time high, In 2013 global CO2 emissions exceed 35 billion tonnes for the first time, Productivity of land plants may be greater than previously thought, Study on car subsidy schemes, Report: Trends in Global CO2 Emissions 2012, Drought Sensitivity of the Amazon Rainforest, First underwater images of Amazon Coral Reef, MS Caledonian Sky rams coral reef in Indonesian waters, Carbon dioxide concentrations reach 410 ppm