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Al Gore in Bali. Added: December 14, 2007. About 10 mins.
Al Gore in Bali

Al Gore in Bali

December 2007 Edit

  • Ireland legislates to ban inefficienct light bulbs by 2009, December 6 [3]

November 2007 Edit

  • Tackling the fossil fuel juggernaut, BBC News, November 17 [5]

October 2007 Edit

  • Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) growth has increased 35 per cent faster than expected since 2000, October 23 [8] A team of scientists from the University of East Anglia, the Global Carbon Project and the British Antarctic Survey have found that inefficiency in the use of fossil fuels increased levels of CO2 by 17 percent, while the other 18 percent came from the decline in the efficiency of natural land and ocean sinks which soak up CO2 from the atmosphere. “The decline in global sink efficiency suggests stabilisation of atmospheric CO2 is even more difficult to achieve than previously thought. We found that nearly half of the decline in the efficiency of the ocean CO2 sink is due to the intensification of the winds in the Southern Ocean,” Dr Corinne Le Quéré of the University of East Anglia and British Antarctic Survey. The study also states that global CO2 emissions were up to 9.9 billion tons of C in 2006, 35 percent above emissions in 1990 (used as a reference year in the Kyoto Protocol).
  • Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Al Gore win Nobel Peace Prize, October 12 [9] topic

September 2007 Edit

  • Lovelock urges ocean climate fix, BBC News, September 26 [10]
  • International agreement to accelerate phase-out of greenhouse gas chemicals, September 22 [11]
  • Arctic ice levels at record low opening Northwest Passage, September 16 [12]

July 2007 Edit

  • USA could eliminate almost all of its carbon dioxide emissions by the year 2050, without the use of nuclear power. July 30 [13]

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  1. Greenpeace, December 15
  2. Wikinews, December 15
  3. Greenpeace, December 6
  4. Sydney Morning Herald, December 3
  5. BBC News, November 17
  6. Friends of the Earth Europe, November 13
  7. Walk Against Warming, November 11
  8. University of East Anglia, October 23
  9. The Nobel Peace Prize 2007, October 12
  10. BBC News, September 26
  11. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, September 22
  12. Wikinews, September 16
  13. Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, July 30
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