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The Politics of Climate Change

Earlier this week I went to a City of Sydney City Talk at the Sydney Town Hall to hear Connie Hedegaard former EU Commissioner for Climate Action present the keynote address before a panel discussion MC’d by Adam Spencer and featuring Mark Butler MP Shadow Minister for the Environment, Senator Larissa Waters Co-Deputy Leader, Australian Greens, Dr John Hewson AM former Leader of the Liberal Party Australia, and Lord Mayor Clover Moore. 44 more words

See & Do

Funding NEMO: Offshore Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Project in Martinique

On July 9, 2014, OTEC News reported that EU Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard announced that considerable funds had been awarded to 19 projects in 12 countries. 496 more words


"80% of Europeans want a low carbon economy to help tackle climate change"

Four out of five people in the European Union recognize that fighting climate change and using energy more efficiently can boost the economy and employment, according to a special Eurobarometer opinion poll on climate change published today.

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Environmental Groups Respond to European Commission Climate Change Proposal

Last week the European Commission outlined its new policy proposal concerning renewable energy for 2030. European Commission president José Manuel Barroso announced the plan to reduce emissions to 40% of 1990 levels, compensated by increased investment in renewable energy. 521 more words

Up To The Minute

EU Energy Commissioner Calls EU 2030 Emissions Targets Stupid Or Arrogant

It is just one month into 2014 and the decline in the Anthropogenic Global Warming boondoggle within the European Union continues, this time with visible splits in the EU Commission on Energy. 658 more words

Anthropogenic Global Warming

EU carbon tax put on the back burner

THE carbon trading scheme for all airlines landing in and taking off from airports within the European Union (EU) was to have been implemented on Jan 1, 2012. 553 more words

Environmental Issues