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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Carbon governance in Asia: bridging scales and disciplines
Understanding Asia's economic and development diversity is crucial to ensuring the world addresses climate change.
IPCC says renewable energy can power the world
A new UN report says renewables could supply 80% of the world's energy, If governments pursue the right policies.
Biodiversity panel learns from IPCC experience
The new Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) will aim to provide policy-makers with the best science.
Could climate science become open source?
Opening up the IPCC process will bring it in line with other leading scientific organisations.
Extreme weather forecasts: web users unite to power climate change project
The weatherathome.net project allows home PC users to analyse local climate change effects.
IPCC must keep its eye on the ball
The IPCC should focus on recommending methods and standards for regional climate change assessments.
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With 100 trillion words on the Internet, where to start? We stay plugged into a network of websites around the world and share them here with you. What are you reading?
Africa and climate change
For the depth and breadth of climate challenges that Africa faces, the country needs frontier science and entrepreneurship.
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