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Climate change: South Africa phases out halogen bulbs

South Africa is phasing out inefficient lighting in place of energy efficient lighting as part of concerted efforts to tackle climate change.

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COP17 ejects protesters

Canada’s Environment Minister Peter Kent was ‘shamed’ by six Canadian Youths as they displayed  their shirts revealing a message   “Turn your back on Canada” prominently displayed on their shirts, ...

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Desmond Tutu, Nnimmo Bassey calls for global action against climate change


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Protests may mar COP 17

As the 17th Conference of the Parties (COP17)  begins in Durban, tommorow,  diplomats form some developing countries are threatening to stage  “occupy”  sit-ins and boycotts over the lack of urgency ...

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Nigeria gets 4th Clean Development Mechanism Project

Asuokpu/Umutu Gas Recovery and Marketing Facility,  owned by an indigenous Oil and Gas Producing Company, Platform Petroleum Company has  been registered  under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change ...

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Climatic change and the developing countries

Below is a lette from the Bolivian President about climate change that has been released in the context of the Preparatory Conference for the Conference about Climate Change in Poznan. ...

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