The Search for Green(er) Pastures, PART II-THE MOVE TO ENERGY PLANNING
- Money can't trump environmental change, says minister. Thompson, Isha // Windspeaker;Feb2010, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p9
The article reports on the effort of the government to fight climate change by harnessing wind's energy and upgrading building standard for increased efficiency as well as setting a target to reduce gas emissions in Northwest Territories in Canada.
- Extreme weather a call to action on climate change. Kennedy, Kevin // Hill;9/12/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 122, p38
The article focuses on the call for a significant congressional action to address about the issues on climate change and embrace a low-carbon future such as the goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 17% in 2020 in the U.S.
- Climate Change. Janzen, Bernd G. // International Law News;Fall2010, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p3
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Stephen L. Kass on the U.S. green house gas (GHG) emission plan, one by Bernd G. Janzen on the sharp increase in various governments' subsidies, and one by Thomas...
- CLIMATE. // Environmental Education;Autumn2009, Vol. 92, p21
The article reports developments related to climatology in Great Britain including the reduction in the growth of greenhouse gas emissions by half in 2008 due to the banking crisis and high oil prices and the project of the scientists from the University of Birmingham to make transport systems...
- Copenhagen Primer. // India Today;12/21/2009, p19
The article reveals that most of the 37 industrialized countries that committed to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions during the 1997 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change held in 2007 at Kyoto, Japan have not fulfilled their targets even as they prepare to participate in the...
- Can Beavers Save Us? Jakubowski, E. // Alternatives Journal;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p6
The article reports on the three key calls to action recommended by the Climate Change Adaptation Project to help Canada address greenhouse gas concentrations including the integration of climate impacts on decision-making processes for agricultural planning and policy.
- China Confirms Their Warming is Human Caused. // Moderate Voice;04/13/2013, p1
The article reports on the confirmation of Chinese scientists that the increase in China's temperature is due to greenhouse gas emission.
- ALL HANDS ON DECK: LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND THE POTENTIAL FOR BIDIRECTIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE REGULATION. Trisolini, Katherine A. // Stanford Law Review;Mar2010, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p669
In line with accepted theories of environmental law, many prominent environmental law scholars have dismissed the climate change plans of U.S. cities and other local governments, presuming that these efforts will have no more than a trivial effect on greenhouse gas emissions. Drawing upon...
- Spend More on the Climate, Less on the Military. Pemberton, Miriam // Foreign Policy in Focus;11/29/2010, p3
The author suggests to allocate a substantial portion of the U.S. budget to climate change which the military claims has become a national security. She notes the efforts of the U.S. military to reduce its own greenhouse gas emissions. The author provides statistics to show the balance of what...