India’s CO2 emissions to triple by 2030

by Marlo Lewis on September 4, 2009

in Blog

India and China talk the Al Gore talk of climate Armageddon and the necessity for urgent action — yet their emissions keep going up and they refuse to adopt emission caps or carbon taxes. The world’s two most populous countries with the biggest “emerging” economies act on the premise that global warming policies are more dangerous than global warming itself. It’s time for their words to match their deeds, as I explain today on MasterResource.Org.

Global Warming Debat September 4, 2009 at 8:40 pm

SOME species of Australian birds are shrinking and the trend will likely continue because of global warming, a scientist said.

Janet Gardner, an Australian National University biologist, led a team of scientists who measured museum specimens to plot the decline in size of eight species of Australian birds over the past century.

The research, published last week in the British journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, found the birds in Australia’s southeast had become between 2 per cent to 4 per cent smaller.

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