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US greenhouse gas emissions down by 10% since 2010: EPA report

Apr 16, 2014

US greenhouse gas emissions down by 10% since 2010: EPA report

Greenhouse gas emissions by the US dropped 3.4 percent in 2012 from the previous year and by 10 percent since 2005, according to an official report. #World #United Nations #climate change #NewsTracker #Greenhouse gases #Environmental Protection Agency
New greenhouse gas has higher global warming impact than CO2

Dec 10, 2013

New greenhouse gas has higher global warming impact than CO2

Scientists have discovered a long-lived man-made greenhouse gas that appears to have the highest global-warming impact of any compound to date. #climate change #Greenhouse gases #University of Toronto #perfluorotributylamine #PFTBA #Cora Young
Japan draws flak by slashing commitment to greenhouse gas curbs

Nov 15, 2013

Japan draws flak by slashing commitment to greenhouse gas curbs

Japan drastically weakened its greenhouse-gas reduction target on Friday, bowing to the impact of a shuttered nuclear power industry but drawing international criticism at UN climate change talks. #World #Tokyo #Japan #climate change #Fukushima #Shinzo Abe #Greeen house gases #Yukio Hatoyama
UN warns world governments of growing climate gap

Nov 21, 2012

UN warns world governments of growing climate gap

The report by the UN Environment Programme said the concentration of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is up about 20 percent since 2000. #climate change #NewsTracker #Greenhouse gases #UN Environment Programme

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UN warns world governments of growing climate gap

Jun 27, 2014

Obama’s brazen overreach

Krauthammer: The Supreme Court this week admonished the Environmental Protection Agency for overreaching in regulating greenhouse gases... #Barack Obama #Environmental Protection Agency
UN warns world governments of growing climate gap

Jun 23, 2014

Supreme Court upholds rules curbing greenhouse gases from power plants

The Obama administration’s drive to regulate global-warming gases won a surprising victory in the Supreme Court on Monday with the support of two conservative justices... #Barack Obama #Environmental Protection Agency
UN warns world governments of growing climate gap

Jun 23, 2014

Justices, With Limits, Let E.P.A. Curb Power-Plant Gases

The Supreme Court largely upheld the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to regulate emissions from stationary sources. Justice Antonin Scalia said the agency got “almost everything it wanted.... #Environmental Protection Agency #Antonin Scalia
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