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ClimateWire 2005-09-23

Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 11:04:33 +0200 (CEST)

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//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97583&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fnews%2Eindependent%2Eco%2Euk%2Fworld%2Famericas%2Farticle314510%2EeceThis is global warming, says environmental chief The Independent (United Kingdom) Super-powerful hurricanes now hitting the United States are the "smoking gun" of global warming, one of Britain's leading scientists believes

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97575&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fnews%2Ebbc%2Eco%2Euk%2F2%2Fhi%2Fuk%5Fnews%2Fmagazine%2F4267086%2EstmA£200 ticket to ride BBC (United Kingdom) How far can you go with £200 by plane compared with train? With budget flights costing as little as 1p, air travel is the cheapest way to get around. No wonder environmentalists worry.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97578&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Ftoday%2Ereuters%2Eco%2Euk%2Fnews%2FnewsArticle%2Easpx%3Ftype%3DscienceNews%26storyID%3D2005%2D09%2D22T075916Z%5F01%5FSCH228649%5FRTRIDST%5F0%5FSCIENCE%2DENVIRONMENT%2DWARMING%2DDC%2EXMLReport says global warming could spark conflict Reuters (United Kingdom) Rising world temperatures could cause a significant increase in disease across Asia and Pacific Island nations, leading to conflict and leaving hundreds of millions of people displaced, a new report said on Thursday.

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//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97593&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Enzherald%2Eco%2Enz%2Fcategory%2Fstory%2Ecfm%3Fc%5Fid%3D26%26ObjectID%3D10346842Study suggests heatwave added to global warming New Zealand Herald (New Zealand) Europe's devastating 2003 heat wave, which claimed 35,000 lives, also reduced plant growth across the continent by 30 per cent and may have contributed to global warming, say French researchers.

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//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97597&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fabcnews%2Ego%2Ecom%2FWNT%2FHurricaneRita%2Fstory%3Fid%3D1150266%26page%3D1Warm Gulf Waters Fueling Busy Hurricane Season ABC News (Australia) Researchers, publishing their work in this chaotic hurricane season, have created a storm of their own. Two groups have found independently that over the last 30 years, hurricanes have steadily been gaining strength.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97576&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fnews%2Ebbc%2Eco%2Euk%2F2%2Fhi%2Fscience%2Fnature%2F4271820%2EstmCow dung for the climate BBC (United Kingdom) A model biogas project is creating a win-win situation for rural Nepalese, the industrialised world and the atmosphere.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97587&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Egreenconsumerguide%2Ecom%2Findex%2Ephp%3Fnews%3D2781Audi reveals innovative green hybrid Green Consumer Guide (United Kingdom) Audi has revealed its Q7 concept car - a petrol-electric 4x4 with a host of green innovations - at the Frankfurt International Motor Show after months of speculation.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97594&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Eenn%2Ecom%2Ftoday%2Ehtml%3Fid%3D8864E.U. Proposes Ambitious Plans To Clean Up Air Pollution by 2020 Environmental News Network (USA) The European Union head office proposed scaled-back plans Wednesday to reduce air pollution, which it claims kills 370,000 EU citizens every year.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97577&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Ftoday%2Ereuters%2Eco%2Euk%2Fnews%2FnewsArticle%2Easpx%3Ftype%3DscienceNews%26storyID%3D2005%2D09%2D22T134348Z%5F01%5FYUE248988%5FRTRIDST%5F0%5FSCIENCE%2DENVIRONMENT%2DAFRICA%2DDC%2EXML%26Climate change hurts Africa most: scientists Reuters (United Kingdom) Africa contributes least to global climate change, but is bearing the brunt of the phenomenon that is expected to exacerbate food shortages in the long term, scientists warned on Thursday.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97591&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Enzherald%2Eco%2Enz%2Fcategory%2Fstory%2Ecfm%3Fc%5Fid%3D26%26ObjectID%3D10346887Greens put heat on oil firms New Zealand Herald (New Zealand) The Green Party is challenging oil companies to absorb the next price spike and not pass it on to motorists.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97595&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Eenn%2Ecom%2Ftoday%2Ehtml%3Fid%3D8861 Scientists Send Message: 'Cut Air Travel for the Environment' Environmental News Network (USA) Britain should drastically reduce the growth of air travel to bring greenhouse gas emissions within levels that will avoid dangerous climate change, a report by leading environmental scientists said Wednesday.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97592&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Enzherald%2Eco%2Enz%2Fcategory%2Fstory%2Ecfm%3Fc%5Fid%3D26%26ObjectID%3D10346881 Hurricane threat hits oil prices New Zealand Herald (New Zealand) Oil prices surged above US$67 yesterday as Hurricane Rita bore down on rigs in the Gulf of Mexico and forced six refineries in Texas to shut down.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97571&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fnews%2Ebbc%2Eco%2Euk%2F2%2Fhi%2Fuk%5Fnews%2Fengland%2Fsouthern%5Fcounties%2F4272204%2Estm Garden bananas after hot summer BBC (United Kingdom) A banana plant has borne fruit for the first time in 15 years in West Sussex - possibly because of climate change.

//www.earthwire.org/redirect.cfm?aid=97590&aurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Efoe%2Dscotland%2Eorg%2Euk%2Fpress%2Fpr20050907%2Ehtml New climate studies warning to government Friends of the Earth- Scotland (United Kingdom) A new hard-hitting scientific study published emonstrates that the UK could achieve its target
60% cuts in climate changing carbon dioxide emissions by 2050: such a goal is "technically, socially and economically viable".
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