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Feb '15: Going Beyond "Dangerous" Climate Change. Kevin Anderson delivers a lecture at LSE. 24:00 Hypocrisy of Britain 26:00 Nuclear

Feb Going Beyond "Dangerous" Climate Change. Kevin Anderson delivers a lecture at LSE. Hypocrisy of Britain Nuclear

Trump to name Exxon CEO as secretary of state, reports claim #DailyMail

Trump to name Exxon CEO as secretary of state, reports claim

The math on stopping climate change looks increasingly brutal

Climate Change, Research Paper, Presentation, Math, Budget, United States, I

A journey from 5°C to 2°C w/ Glen Peters, CICERO - Is it likely current-style climate policy will make any change? Nope.

A journey from to w/ Glen Peters, CICERO - Is it likely current-style climate policy will make any change?

Good god! According to a new book, Australian govt. recognized the serious threat of climate change back in 1990s. Public also understood it fully. Then came in systematic attacks by free-market think tanks, fossil fuel industry groups and Rupert Murdoch's media to the point that even former energy minister doesn't remember the 1990 emission reduction target now. Took less than a decade for all the consensus science to be blurred for the public. Australia, Climate denial

Australia was ready to act on climate 25 years ago, so what happened next?

Australian Prime Minister John Howard and media tycoon Rupert Murdoch. Both figures helped to hold back climate action in Australia in the and beyond, according to a new book by author Maria Taylor.

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Many of the people likely to be on the front lines of a changing climate are indigenous. Already assaulted by centuries of colonialism and exploitation, many indigenous people must also now adapt t…

"'We cannot afford to allow the corporate greed of the coal, oil and gas industries to determine the future of humanity.' Leonardo DiCaprio wants the world to say goodbye to fossil fuels. While being honored for his philanthropic work at the World Economic Forum in Davos the Revenant actor and devoted environmentalist, 41, praised the recent progress that’s been made in the fight against climate change, but stressed the work that still needs be done."

Leonardo DiCaprio Slams Corporate Greed at Davos

Leonardo DiCaprio Blasts Big Oil Greed At World Economic Forum: 'Enough Is Enough'

Winfried Kretschmann, Jerry Brown, Francisco A. Vega de Lamadrid, Glen Murray, Olivia Reinshagen-Fernandez,

Gov. Brown says climate change creates Titanic-like scenario for world

Brown says climate change creates Titanic-like scenario for world

Exxon and Mobil stations, New York, 1979. Two years earlier, according to a new report, Exxon’s scientists told the company that its main products contributed to global warming.  PHOTOGRAPH BY BRIAN ALPERT / KEYSTONE / HULTON ARCHIVE / GETTY

What Exxon Knew About Climate Change

Emails show Exxon funds deniers but admits warming is real - EMAIL SCANDAL.

Bob Dudley, BP chief executive, said: “The most likely path for carbon emissions, despite current government policies and intentions, does not appear sustainable. The projections highlight the scale of the challenge facing policy makers at this year’s UN-led discussions in Paris. No single change or policy is likely to be sufficient on its own.”

BP says CO2 emissions unsustainable, warns on global warming

In its Energy Outlook BP predicts that emissions will exceed levels which scientists says pose a threat to climate change unless coordinated action is taken

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