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Ones that got away

"Science has its limitation. You cannot substitute the knowledge that has been gained by the people living in cold deserts through everyday experience.”

Indian environment minister Jairam Ramesh says the developed world has needlessly raised the alarm over melting Himalayan glaciers.

Scientists find that not only is climate change shrinking sheep, it is making them lighter in colour.

Headlines such as ‘Bye bye black sheep’ draw attention to the increasing frequency of light-coated sheep in the Outer Hebrides.

“It would be a tiny step financially to keep this factory open, but it would be a huge statement about the government’s commitment to the green economy.”

Worker at wind turbine factory due to close this month accuses the UK of having incongruent policies.

“This is a dangerous thing, and I think people in Congress must understand this. Please don’t use this weapon.”

IPCC chair Rajendra Pachauri warns that trade tariffs in the US Waxman-Markey climate bill could dissuade developing countries from signing up to a new global deal.


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    Ashley Palmer said:

    If the U.S is going to implement and extra tax or raise a tax because of a treaty they should be straight forward and advise other countries of the outcomes of signing this global warming treaty. Other countries should be aware of all the consrquences and able decifer what they want to do.

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