Hits: 1721 Created on 24 December 2013 Written by Christa Marshall Category: SCIENCE
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GRENADA TACKLES CLIMATE CHANGE WITH GERMAN HELP

ST. GEORGE -- After a sudden thunderstorm this fall, Paul Valdon sat in a line of cars for 45 minutes near a bridge over a river because of gushing water.

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Hits: 1598 Created on 03 May 2013 Written by GEORGE GRANT Category: SCIENCE
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THE CLIMATE CHANGE DEBATE -- WHERE TO FROM HERE?

St. George -- In the last decade, climate change has become a major international issue with annual conferences being held in major centers such as Dohra, Cancun, Copenhagen and others. The purpose of these conferences has been to arrive at sustainable solutions aimed at mitigating the effects of this phenomenon --- a task which remains elusive despite the participation of well over a hundred governments.

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Hits: 1678 Created on 07 December 2012 Written by doha conf Category: SCIENCE
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A PASSIONATE PLEA FROM THE PHILLIPINES

"Open your eyes to the stark reality that the world faces and see your work not as consisting of what the political masters want, but about what is demanded of them by 7 billion people around the planet."

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Hits: 1760 Created on 30 November 2012 Written by Louise Gray Category: SCIENCE
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DOHA: SEA LEVELS TO RISE BY MORE THAN 1M BY 2100

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Hits: 1625 Created on 29 November 2012 Written by Marlene Moses Category: SCIENCE
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SMALL ISLAND STATES URGE THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY NOT TO DESERT THE KYOTO PROTOCOL
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