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  Obama doubles global marine reserves  The US plans to create the world's biggest marine protected area (MPA) in the middle of the Pacific Ocean Obama set to unveil climate policy Climate inaction catastrophic - US   The costs of inaction on climate change will be 'catastrophic', according to US Secretary of State John Kerry Climate impacts overwhelming - UN Map of Yokohama Japan  The impacts of global warming are likely to be "severe, pervasive and irreversible", a major report by the UN has warned Car ban to start in polluted Paris   Kerry to urge climate change action  US Secretary of State John Kerry is to deliver a speech urging the global community to act against climate change, during a visit to Indones... US, China promise closer cooperation on climate change Anger at Japan whalers 'disrespect' 'No objections' to Keystone pipeline Bloomberg appointed U.N. envoy for cities, climate change UN urges action over climate change Eco-activist shared Russian cell with killer More Greenpeace charges dropped Russia drops first Greenpeace case   Russian authorities have dropped criminal charges against the first of 30 people accused of taking part in a Greenpeace protest in the Arcti... Deal could 'refill' drying Dead Sea Last-minute deal saves climate talks Thousands march in Naples over toxic waste dumps   Thousands of families have marched to demand a quick cleanup of toxic waste that has been dumped by the local Camorra crime syndicate for decades Japan slashes climate reduction goal Greenpeace ship captain denied bail Russia charges Greenpeace 'pirates'   Fourteen Greenpeace activists, including at least four from the UK, have been charged with piracy by the Russian authorities Panel: Man-made warming 95% likely  A report from the U.N. International Panel on Climate Change, a document released every six years that is considered the benchmark on the to... Human role in warming 'more certain' - UN climate chief Russia 'seizes' Greenpeace ship UN deal extends Kyoto Protocol Canada pulls out of Kyoto accord


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Dec.26   Russia
Dec.25   Russia
Dec.24   Russia
Dec.9   West Bank
Nov.23   Poland
Nov.16   Naples
Nov.14   Tokyo
Oct.14   Russia
Oct.2   Russia
Sep.27   UN
Sep.23   UN
Sep.19   Arctic
Aug.25  Belgium  Greenpeace protest Shell plans as Vettel wins at Spa
Jul.15  Australia  Australia carbon tax to cost $3.5bn
Feb.16  Brazil  Brazil launches sustainability party
Jan.19  Geneva  Countries agree UN mercury rules


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Dec.8   Qatar
Oct.10  Netherlands  Shell faces Nigeria spill case
Aug.15  Microsoft  Bill Gates backs 'future' toilet
Jul.22  Spain  WWF ousts Spanish king as honorary president
Jul.2  Sichuan  Factory construction halted amid violent protests
Jun.30  Australia  Australia enacts carbon-tax law
Jun.22  Rio de Janeiro  Rio ends with corporates warning


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Dec.12   Canada
  Canada will formally withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol on climate change, the minister of the environment Peter Kent has said
Dec.10   South Africa
Oct.31   Global
  The U.N. announces that the world population has reached 7 billion. CNN's Richard Roth tries to survive.
Oct.8   New Zealand 'Serious questions' over NZ spill   Kenya Funeral for Nobel winner Maathai May.30   Berlin Merkel : Germany 'to set energy example' Jan.23   Ireland Greens pull out of crumbling government   The Green Party is depriving it of a majority in parliament and likely forcing early elections

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Dec.11   Mexico Climate summit agree on deal
Map of Cancun Mexico  UN talks have reached a deal to curb climate change, including a fund to help developing countries, endorsing compromise by Mexico Dec.6  Colombia  Colombian leader cancels climate meeting Oct.3  China  Global climate talks kick off in China Jul.18  Washington  US seeks BP well cap release plan Jun.14  Washington  Obama: Oil spill 'will shape how US thinks'

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Dec.19   Denmark Climate deal meets UN qualification
Map of Copenhagen Denmark
  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed a US-backed climate deal in Copenhagen as an 'essential beginning'
 After intense wrangling, delegates passed a motion taking note of the deal, without formally adopting it. The accord includes a recognition to limit temperature rises to less than 2C and promises to deliver $30bn of aid for developing nations over the next 3 years
Dec.18   Denmark Obama announces climate deal with China Dec.17  Denmark  Climate deal looks close Dec.16   Denmark Slow progress at Copenhagen talks  Denmark  Climate talks resume in Copenhagen Dec.15  Denmark  Ministers lead climate change talks Dec.12   Denmark   Police detain 900 in climate change rally   Thousands of protesters took to the streets, as they demanded a climate-change agreement that would curb greenhouse gas emissions Dec.10  Belgium  EU summit struggles on climate pledge Dec.7  Denmark  Summit welcomes US emissions curbs Dec.6   Denmark Key global climate talks begin   Almost 100 heads of state have confirmed they will attend the 15th meeting of the Conference of Parties, or COP15 Dec.5  UN  UN hits back at climate sceptics Nov.28   Trinidad & Tobago Commonwealth leaders back climate fund  A multi-billion-dollar plan is to help developing nations to deal with climate change and cut greenhouse gases Nov.27  UN  UN chief urges to 'seal deal' on climate Nov.26   Trinidad & Tobago Commonwealth summit in targets climate  Beijing  China pledges action on climate change Nov.23  Washington  US will announce climate target Nov.22  Denmark  60 world leaders to attend climate summit Nov.15  Singapore  No climate deal seen by year's end Nov.14   Singapore Apec leaders in climate warning Oct.30   European Union EU strikes climate funding deal   The EU has agreed a conditional deal on how to help other nations fight global warming, but set no figure on what it would pay Oct.24  Global  '350' demonstrations on climate change Oct.16   Maldives Cabinet meets underwater
  The government has held a cabinet meeting about five metres (16ft) underwater to highlight the threat of global warming
Sep.22   New York Summit focuses on climate change
  World leaders converge in New York to focus on climate change  UN  China vows climate change action Jul.9   Italy World powers accept warming limit Jul.8   Italy G-8 leaders pledge to seek emissions cuts   Leaders of The Group of Eight, the world's most powerful economies, pledged to seek huge cuts in their greenhouse gas emissions at a summit Mar.28   Global Lights go out across planet for Earth Hour  Lights were going out as millions of homes and businesses in major cities went dark for one hour to highlight concerns over climate change

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.12   Belgium EU leaders reach new climate deal


year 2007 Top ^

Oct.12   USA Gore says prize must spur action
  Al Gore says his Nobel Peace Prize is a chance to 'elevate global consciousness' about the threat posed by climate change


year 2001 Top ^

Jul.22   Northern Italy G8 leaders fail to agree on Kyoto Mar.29  Germany  Nuclear waste reaches destination

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.26  Netherlands  U.N. climate summit collapsed Nov.24   Netherlands World Climate Change conference