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U.S. economists fear setting social carbon cost may go astray

Report claims flawed economic models could nullify purpose of establishing U.S.’s social carbon cost

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Fine-tuned clean energy policy wins Australian developers back

Australia modifies renewable energy scheme to bring big investors back into the fold

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German feed-in tariff cuts cloud global solar market

Germany cuts back on the feed-in tariff program which has been responsible for its solar market’s growth

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Republican mounts bid to undo Arizona's renewable energy standard

A Republican representative in Arizona’s state legislature is challenging the right of the Arizona Corporation Commission to require utilities to add more renewable energy in their portfolio with a bill that would strip them of the responsibility.

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Climate change: why we should give a damn

Climate change is in this decade’s list of top words, according to an organization which monitors our language. But if words define who we are, what does it speak of us to be characterized by a divisive, even tragic, phrase?

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Asia-Pacific needs to bankroll energy needs with $ 7 trillion

A.D.B. urges Asia-Pacific to invest at least $ 7 trillion by 2030 to meet energy demand

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E.U. readies climate financing stance for Copenhagen

The European Union resolves adaptation financing issue to complete climate package ahead of Copenhagen conference

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U.S. and China seal green energy deals

Joint commission signs nine government and two corporate deals on renewable energy cooperation

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Worldwide call for '350' reaches culmination

The global campaign that entices ordinary people to take physically visible acts in the fight against climate change will deliver its largest action tomorrow, days before negotiators meet for the final stretch of pre-Copenhagen talks

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U.S. and China to work for success at climate summit

The United States and China have agreed to work harder to achieve success at United Nations-led climate talks in Copenhagen in December after Presidents Barack Obama and Hu Jintao discussed the subject, the White House said on Wednesday

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