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Nachrichten - Januar 2008

Page history last edited by Baerbel Winkler 14 years, 3 months ago

Januar 2008

 

28.1.2008.  US looks to old Herr Kohle for energy security. The Register

 

28.1.2008.  Winter storm paralyzes China. NYTImes

 

28.1.2008.  Der Igel betrachtet den Winter fuer beendet. Sueddeutsche

 

27.1.2008. Maiken Winter beim Bundesumweltamt (Mitteldeutsche Zeitung).  Aber die zitieren mich ein wenig falsch. Die Studie ueber den Trauerschnaepper war in den Niederlanden. Und der Rueckgang ist auf die fruehere Entwicklung der Raupen zurueckzufuehren.

 

24.1.2008. Al Gore in Davos:

Gore, Bono Outlook on Climate, Poverty

DAVOS, Switzerland Jan 24, 2008 (AP) - Former Vice President Al Gore and U2 front man Bono offered measured praise
Thursday for efforts in tackling climate change and global poverty, but warned the World Economic Forum that conditions
were not improving as much as they could.
...

Gore says 'changing light bulbs' not enough

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Climate campaigner Al Gore urged world policymakers on Thursday to change laws
"not just light bulbs" in tackling global warming, and a UN official said world market turmoil must not be allowed to delay action.
...

Davos duet: Gore and Bono

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 24 (MarketWatch) - In an early morning session at this year's annual gathering of business leaders,
politicians and others at the World Economic Forum, the former U.S. vice president and the U2 frontman traded quips while
elaborating on their calls to combine efforts to fight global warming and alleviate the plight of the world's poorest citizens.
...

Davos switches focus to Mideast

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 24 (AP) -- Fears of world recession briefly took a back seat Thursday at the World Economic Forum, where leaders from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq focused on how to establish security in their volatile regions.

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said poverty -- especially when paired with illiteracy -- was the key breeding ground for suicide bombers. Barham Saleh, deputy prime minister of Iraq, described terrorism in his country as "efforts by extremists to hijack my religion."

Afghan President Hamid Karzai, whose country has recently seen an upsurge in suicide bombings, said the practice "isn't religious, it's criminal."

Musharraf pledged to battle the "scourge" of radicalism in regions bordering Afghanistan. And he said he would do his utmost to ensure Pakistani elections next month would be fair.

Saleh suggested that U.S. troops would remain in Iraq indefinitely.

"Our expectation is that we would need the Americans in a supporting role ... for some time to come," he said. Iraq needs America as a guarantor of security to act against "regional predators," he said.
...
Thursday began with an early morning session where former Vice President Al Gore and U2 front man Bono offered measured praise for efforts in tackling climate change and global poverty, but warned that conditions were not improving as much as they could. Read about Bono's warning.

Addressing several hundred people, Gore warned that the world climate crisis was worsening.

"We could take the whole session talking just about the new scientific evidence of the last few weeks and months," said Gore, who shared last year's Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to fight climate change. The "climate crisis is significantly worse and unfolding more rapidly," he added.

 

 

23.1.2008. US given poor marks over the environment. NYTimes.  See the report at Yale University (epi.yale.edu slash home)

 

23.1.2008.  UN Climate chief is optimistic. NYTimes

 

23.1.2008.  Spezialnachrichten ueber das Weltwirtschaftsforum in Davos. Sueddeutsche

 

22.1.2008.  Die Ostsee wird waermer. Sueddeutsche.  Der Report ueber das neue Buch ist hier.

 

21.1.2008.  Rich countries ow poor a huge environmental debt.  The Guardian

 

21.1.2008.  Heute beginnt der World Future Energy Summit.

 

21.1.2008. Sozialstrom bei der Energieversorgung. Sonnenseite

 

20.1.2008. Ungewisse Zukunft fuer Europa's Voegel.  Sonnenseite

 

20.1.2008.  How a small community can makea difference.  NYTimes.  Very inspiring to start the same initiative in your own community.

 

20.1.2008. Fraunhofer ISE stellt neuen Rekord für Wechselrichter-Wirkungsgrad auf. Sonnenseite

Das Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE hat mit 98,5% einen neuen Weltrekord für Photovoltaik-Wechselrichter aufgestellt

18.1.2008.  Scientists amzed at huge ice crack in Arctic.  SolveClimate Blog

 

18.1.2008.  Carbon tax versus cap and trade.  Ithaca Journal

 

18.1.2008. Was bremst den Klimawandel? Fokus online

 

17.1.2008.  Geothermie in Bruchsaal. Sonnenseite

 

17.1.2008.   China:Kohlefloeze brennen unter der Erde. Sueddeutsche

 

 

17.1.2008. Ukraine: deutsche Energiespartechnik gefragt wie nie zuvor. Sonnenseite

 

16.1.2008. Britische Kritiker empoert ueber Pro-Atomkraft Entscheidung. Greenpeace.

 

16.1.2008. Das EEG wird ueberarbeitet. Sonnenseite

 

16.1.2008.  World economic forum in Davos next week. NYTimes

 

15.1.2008. Climate change impacts coast of UK.  Report in the Climate Change Impact Partnership. NYTimes

 

15.1.2008.  Die Stromfresser kommen.  Warum der Energieverbrauch im Eigenheim ansteigt. Sueddeutsche

 

14.1.2008.  Europa steht Steit ueber Klimapolitik bevor. Sueddeutsche

 

14.1.2008.  Special section on Detroit Auto Show. NYTimes

 

14.1.2008.  Europe may ban import from some biofuels.  NYTimes

 

14.1.2008.  It's official: 2007 was the second warmest year on record (together with 1998) . James Hanson: http://www.columbia.edu/~jeh1/mailings/20080114_GISTEMP.pdf

 

13.1.2008.  WWF and the government of Abu Dhabi today launched a Sustainability Strategy to deliver the world’s greenest city.  ENN

 

13.1.2008.  Britain readies itself for future yellyfish attack. ENN

 

13.1.2008.  Bayern wehrt sich gegen Emissions-Grenzwerte bei Autos. Sueddeutsche

 

13.1.2008.. Stromkosten werden weiter erhoeht. Sueddeutsche - Zeit, mehr Strom zu sparen, und in Solarenergie zu investieren!

 

13.1.2008.  Solarer Weltrekord auf dem Jungfraujoch. Sonnenseite

 

12.1.2008.  Glaciers during warm perids? NYTimes. Interesting, but read with care - this does not mean that today's poles are safe from melting.

 

12.1.2008. Naechstenliebe und Egoismus - ein interessantes Interview mit einem Soziobiologen. Sueddeutsche

 

12.1.2008.  In Deutschland werden weniger Autos gekauft.  Sueddeutsche

 

11.1.2008.  Wie sieht die Zukunft der Kontinente aus? Focus online. Passt hier nicht ganz hin, macht aber nichts. Ist interessant fuer alle, die noch nicht so viel ueber Plattentektonik Bescheid wissen.

 

11.1.2008.  Ein neuer Sonnenzyklus beginnt. Focus online.  Eine sehr gute Erklaerung darueber, was Sonnenflecken eigentlich sind.

 

11.1.2008.  Press release from the Ecological Societies of America on biofuels.

 

11.1.208. Energy monitoring software can help safe the planet. The Inquirer

 

11.1.2008.  Moderne Heizung: Die Deutschen zoegern zu lange. Sonnenseite

 

11.1.2008Berichte ueber Mogeleien beim Verkauf von Oekostrom haben zu Unsicerheiten beim Berbraucher gefuehrt. Sonnenseite

 

11.1.2008. Oekostrom muss zum Ausbau erneuerbarer Energien fuehren. Sonnenseite

 

11.1.2008.  Do carbon offsets make sense? NYTimes

 

10.1.2008. Umweltbericht in Bayern: Weniger CO2 Ausstoss. Sueddeutsche

 

10.1.2008.  An example why we need all parts of an ecosystem. We never know what will happen when one part is excluded or extinct. An amazing story of elefant, ants, and acacia trees in Kenya. NYTimes

 

10.1.2008. Grossbrittannien baut neue Atomkraftwerke. Sonnenseite

 

10.1.2008.  Australien will Plastiktueten verbieten. Sueddeutsche

 

10.1.2008. Auch wenn's hier nicht hinpasst, die Videos sind doch zu gut....Das Leben der Anderen.  Sueddeutsche

 

10.1.2008.  TheCompactA pledge to go a year without buying anything new (with exceptions). The Star Tribune

 

10.1.2008.  New device turns air into drinking water. ENN

 

10.1.2008.  State of the world 2008. Innovations for a sustainable economy.  Described in ENN.

 

10.1.2008.  Kinofilm "Unsere Erde" umsonst fuer Lehrer Ende Januar. Sonnenseite

 

9.1.2008.  Frauen in die erneuerbaren Energien! Sonnenseite

 

8.1.2008.  Chinesischer Solarzellen-Hersteller kommt nach Bayern

 

8.1.2008. Gezeitenkraftwerk in Sued-Korea. Sueddeutsche.

 

8.1.2008.  Administration will miss deadline for polar bear endangered species - yet again. Greenpeace will sue the US administration.  ENN

 

8.1.2008.  Huge floods in southern Africa. ENN

 

8.1.2008. China will forbid thin plastic shopping bags.  ENN

 

8.1.2008.  Corn subsidies promote Amazon deforestation. ENN

 

8.1.2008. Sonnige Aussichten - ein neues Buch von Franz Alt

 

8.1.2008.  Kritik am Klimaschutzprogramm der Bundesregierung. Sonnenseite

 

8.1.2008. Klimawandel kommt die Wirtschaft teurer als erwartet (Nicholas Stern)

 

7.1.2008.  Greenland, Ice, and Instability.  NYTimes with impressive movie.

 

7.1.2008.  2008 predicted to be in top 10 hottest years in spite of La Nina. reuters.

 

6.1.2008.  Etikettenschwindel beim Oekostrom. Tagesschau

 

6.1.2008. Zum Drei-Koenigstag: eine Solarstromanlage fuer den Papst!

 

6.1.2008.  Umweltschutzverbaende sehen Deutschland als Antreiber beim Klimaschutz

 

6.1.2008. Storm covers large areas of U.S. Southwest

 

6.1.2008.  Lawsuit to be filed to protect American Pika

 

5.1.2008.  Emissionshandel in Deutschland geht in die naechste Runde

 

5.1.2008.  Few benefits from biofuels

 

4.1.2008. CO2 pollution kills hundreds a year in the US alone

 

3.1.2008.  Japan agrees to work on 80% CO2 reduction goal as head of the G8

 

3.1.2008.  Ueberblick ueber den Klimawandel in 2007. Fokus

 

2.1.2008. Cofounder of UN Climate Panel died. NYTimes

 

2.1.2008. Giant kite technology could make shipping less polluting

 

2.1.2008.  Polar bear habitat up for oil development!

 

2.1.2008.  Loosing more than we gain from autumn warming. A story on the Environmental News network

 

2.1.2008.  Schwarzenegger klagt gegen Bush (siehe auch Petition auf der Homepage - bitte unterschreiben und weiterleiten!)

 

2.1.2008.  Der Permafrost-Boden in den Alpen taut gewaltig

 

2.1.2008.  2007 war zweit-heissestes Jahr in Deutschland

 

2.1.2008.  Unwissen ist Macht.

 

1.1.2008.  2007: The year of climate surprises. MSNBC

 

 

 

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