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‘Climate Emails Hacked by Spies’ reports The Independent

“A highly sophisticated hacking operation that led to the leaking of hundreds of emails from the Climatic Research Unit in East Anglia was probably carried out by a foreign intelligence agency, according to the Government’s former chief scientist,” reports Steve Connor, Science Editor for the The Independent. In an article published by today, Connor speaks […]

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International Research Institute for Climate and Society hosts 2-week Climate Information for Public Health workshop

International Research Institute for Climate and Society hosts 2-week Climate Information for Public Health workshop

The International Research Institute for Climate and Society is hosting a 2-week Climate Information for Public Health workshop, May 17 – 28, 2010. The two-week training course “offers public health decision makers and their partners the opportunity to learn practical methods for integrating climate knowledge into decision making processes through expert lectures, special seminars, focused […]

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ACT board member Dr. Stewart Cohen launches new book: Climate Change in the 21st Century

ACT advisory board member Dr. Stewart Cohen will be launching his new book Climate Change in the 21st Century, at the UBC Point Grey Campus at 12:25pm, Friday January 22nd. Authored by Dr. Cohen, with Melissa W. Waddell, this recent work brings together the scientific and the social to offer a comprehensive introduction to one […]

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Op-Ed: Copenhagen Was Just a Sideshow

Dr. Mark Jacquard from Simon Fraser University’s School of Resource and Environmental Management has underscored the urgent need for adaptation to the impacts of climate change. In his op-ed published in the Ottawa Citizen December 23, Dr. Jacquard addresses the events at the recent talks in Copenhagen, and comments on difficulties agreeing on emissions-reductions targets […]

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Canada – the “Colossal Fossil”

Oh, Canada. What’s going on? We’ve been bestowed with the ‘honour’ of environmental groups’ most dubious award – the “Colossal Fossil” at Copenhagen 2009. The groups say Canada’s target for reducing its greenhouse gases is “among the worst in the industrialized world” and its plan to reach its goal is “so weak that it would […]

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Pope Calls for Action on Climate Change

In the midst of the ongoing debates at Copenhagen, representatives from the Vatican are also making their voices heard. Pope Benedict XVI called for urgent action to protect the environment, saying Tuesday that climate change and natural catastrophes threaten the rights to life, food, health – and ultimately peace – reports the Globe and Mail. […]

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Copenhagen – Day 1

It’s here. Copenhagen 2009. Day 1 has arrived with much anticipation, as over 15,000 experts and 100 world leaders gather for 12 days to discuss one of the greatest challenges ever faced by humanity. “If the whole world comes to Copenhagen and leaves without making the needed political agreement, then I think it’s a failure […]

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Before Copenhagen: A New York Times Op-Ed Weather Report

Report from NYtimes.com: President Obama and other world leaders will gather in Copenhagen next week to discuss climate change. Though this is a global issue, it’s also a profoundly local one. For this reason, the Op-Ed editors asked writers from four different continents to report on the climate changes they’ve experienced close to home. Here […]

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