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Strong climate policies will augur well for California economy – study

Pushing through with aggressive clean energy policies despite its present economic troubles will help California hedge against future problems arising from reliance on fossil fuels, a University of California, Berkeley study says

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China says developed nations dragging climate talks

China and developing countries are blaming industrialized nations for the sluggish pace of the United Nations-sponsored climate talks

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Rotterdam hosts forum for sustainable society

Eurocities, a network of 140 large European cities in 34 countries, is holding a three-day forum for public and private organizations to tackle how a fossil-based economy can transition towards a “sustainable energy society”

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India unveils ambitious climate goals

India’s environment minister laid out a range of new mandates to keep the South Asian nation on track to meet its carbon emission reduction goals and develop renewable energy use

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China uses less coal, more clean energy

The ratio of clean energy in China’s energy structure rose by 11.7 percent, while dependence on coal as primary energy source went down to 68 percent of total energy consumption

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Canadian Solar and Satcon’s product eligible for feed-in tariff

Two North American solar companies have partnered to provide customers with complete solar turnkey solutions that meet Ontario’s feed-in tariff domestic content requirements

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Amyris raises funding for Brazil plant

Amyris Biotechnologies moved one step closer towards its goal to commercialize its first renewable product in 2011 by securing $41.75 million in equity funding to support the scale-up of its first commercial plant in Brazil

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Climate change could shave 19 percent off nations’ G.D.P. by 2030

Climate change risks could cost nations up to 19 percent of their gross domestic product by 2030, according to a report from the Economics of Climate Adaption Working Group

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A wellspring of hope for Copenhagen

Some of the biggest names in advertising and business have put their weight behind a movement that seeks to mobilize a global community that will compel world leaders to make the right decisions at the final climate change negotiation in Copenhagen in December

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Climate change damage comes sooner than expected – report

The effects of climate change are coming faster and sooner, warned a key report just under 80 days before the United Nations convenes world leaders in a crucial conference in Copenhagen

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