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• UN to map green energy sites
• Iceland launches energy revolution
• Antarctica's climate clues
• Australia bushfires part of an ancient cycle
• Australia
• Portugal has ratified Kyoto!
• An excellent column
1
January
2002

• Japan unlikely to meet Kyoto target
• Emission norms to cost Indian refiners $7b / €6.5b
• Earth Summit: decade of failure
• Kazakh CoP delegates apply to attend Denmark WSSD prepcom meeting
• Are you worried that Japan won't ratify?
• Renι urges Canada to ratify Kyoto
7
January
2002

• British review advises green energy
• Ireland to take wind power plunge
• US & carmakers to back fuel cell development
• UK's climate change levy raises gas prices 20%
• Renι needs help for a campaign to get Canada to ratify Kyoto
• Shaun to attend UK's WSSD meeting
14
January
2002

• Ice sheet thickens in West Antarctica
• China says Kyoto benefits both rich and poor
• Roads "abandoned" in N.Italy car ban
• Ireland to build world's largest windfarm
• Powergen considers a similar size scheme nr London
• German & US wind power more than doubles
• Long-haul flights should 'hop' round earth
• Iranians take part in this year's 'Clean Air Day'
• "Euro-Med youth climate summit" : October 2002
• Gφttingen conference : Germany : 9th - 11th April
• Members attend Earth Summit preparatory meetings
21
January
2002

• Dutch & World Bank sign 1st CDM deal
• Antarctic lake shows climate effect
• Largest Euro glacier "melting away"
• Desperate measures as N.Italy stews in smog
• Toymaker unveils real electric cars
• Scottish green energy on its way to Ireland
• Oil whiz calls for "more renewables"
• New South Wales gets tough on generators
• 46 countries have so far ratified Kyoto!
• "Energy & climate change" no1 British priority
• Humphrey & Shaun apply to Gφttingen
• WYOCC to be represented in Denmark WSSD prepcom
• Aigerim to organise KZ climate round table
28
January
2002

• N.Italy propose green cars from 2005
• Europe's new century of wet winters
• British Isles may get malaria by 2050
• Air pollution & asthma development
• France sets 21% renewables target
• European fuel cell investment fund
• Ice field loss threatens alpine rivers
• Canada to ratify Kyoto in 6 months
• US ambassadors & Kyoto economics
• Youth to return to The Hague for CoP
• Date and venue of climate talks set
4
February
2002

• Japan emissions rose by 1.1% in 2000/01
• EU parliament votes for ratification
• Euro 'green eye' prepares for launch
• British unlikely to meet 23% target
• UK's 'greener' coal power stations
• Ex-oil boss to push emissions trading
• UK sets new energy saving targets
• East German coal pushes CO2 up 1.5%
• Germany to triple renewables funds
• Approval for €400m of green energy
• Bush to announce Kyoto alternative
>• Canada wants vigorous goals for us
• 8,000 police to 'guard' Earth Summit
• Earth Day : 22nd April
11
February
2002

• US unveils answer to air pollution & climate change
• American & international reaction
• Japan to ratify Kyoto by late August
• Italy's cabinet approves ratification
• Voluntary climate treaties no good
• Anti-Kyoto movement bites the dust
• Danish to scrap wind power subsidies
• Scots' wind potential under threat
• South Korea to build 300mw wind farm
• EU wants home-grown green energy
• Wind farms offered 'windless hedges'
• Britain: low carbon, high efficiency
• A warmer world will 'lengthen days'
• Sea level rises 'underestimated'
18
February
2002

• EU says US climate plan falls short
• Britain: Bush climate plan too little
• Climate fight need not harm economy
• Winter olympics 'face climate risk'
• Insurers worry over climate impacts
• Yellow buses to fight UK 'school run'
• Canada leaves Kyoto door wide open
• Emissions trading system 'patchwork'
25
February
2002

• Climate science denounced as 'a lie'
• Pacific threat to sue climate vandals
• EU's green satellite points to earth
• British spring gets earlier & earlier
• UK nuclear's €15bn attempt to survive
• At least €80bn to clean up UK nuclear
• Belgian cabinet: nuclear phase-out
• Climate - malaria link challenged
• German renewables share soaring
• Does Aus - US deal threaten Kyoto?
• WYOCC website gets fresh new look
4
March
2002

• EU agrees to ratify Kyoto protocol
• UK to ratify within weeks & slates US
• N.Europe 'nuclear battles' continue
• 'Take legal action threats seriously'
• USA: kyoto won't save sinking islands
• Wind now powers 10 million homes
• Brits to pay price for green electric
• Grim prospects for world's forests
• Canadian 'Kyoto war' gets into gear
• New coalition demands ratification
• WYOCC helps improve cycle network
• Young volunteers for environment
11
March
2002

• UK.plc to trade 4m tonnes emissions
• Aus energy co wants emission action
• US continues gas-guzzler love affair
• Senegal to build model 'eco-city'
• George Bush's non-plan - an analysis
• Racing to commercialise new fuel
• Germans develop mega wind turbine
• StopEsso to organise protest in May
• Help Laird produce a 'support letter'
18
March
2002

• Antarctic ice shelf's 31 day collapse
• London climate march turned heads
• Europeans gear up for ratification
• Western Canada warms & oceans rise
• Warming is starving ocean of oxygen
• Japan draws up emissions framework
• UK's Prescott pushes Kyoto backing
• Britain's belated solar energy boost
• 2.7 billion may face water shortages
• Aus report slams country's record
• New Amazon protected area unveiled
• G-77 head wins environmental award
• The temperatures for Jan & Feb are in
25
March
2002

• Launch of the world's first emissions trading market
• Germany's parliament ratifies Kyoto
• Not enough time for Canada to ratify
• US finally starts forcing renewables
• Norway greenhouse emissions trade
• 150,000,000,000 tonnes more CO2 by 2020
• Warming hitting species everywhere
• Martin gets €1,000 for Climapocalypse
1
April
2002

• After years of reductions, UK carbon emissions rise
• China invests in electric cars to combat pollution
• Canada toughens pollution rules for new vehicles
• India plans 6,000 MW of wind power in next decade
• French fork out €10 billion to boost wind power
• Bush stole renewables funds to print energy plan
• Warmer water changing Portugal's fish species
• Canadian minister denies giving mixed view on Kyoto
• Call for UN to establish World Environment Agency
8
April
2002

• Exxon puppet Bush tries to oust IPCC Bob Watson
• BP makes first UK greenhouse gas emission trades
• Chaos as court orders dirty buses off road in Delhi
• Climate change will unbalance ecosystems - study
• Despite strains, Canada denies it is split on Kyoto
• Earth Summit 'hijacked' by the usual suspects . . .
• . . . while South Africa sees USA on the sidelines
• USA to feel wrath on climate change at G8 meeting
• EU motorways grew 25% in 90s, while rail shrank
• A haunting tale of the impacts of careless humans
• Kyoto letter nearing completion - help still needed!
• Call for working group to explore WYOCC funding
• Accredited YVE offers access to UN Earth Summit
• Humphrey & Yvonne to talk at Dar es Salaam Uni
15
April
2002

• Exxon-Bush depose effective advocate of change
• Meanwhile, scientists 'firm up' climate predictions
• US Senate kills Bush 'pay-back' Arctic drilling plan
• Kyoto not officially discussed at G8 meeting . . .
• . . . though time found to further dilute the Protocol
• Himalayan warming may trigger glacial lake floods
• Landmark UK offshore wind farm wins approval
• EEA head says the world needs a global green tax
• European & American kids suffering from pollution
• VW unveils prototype of ultra-efficient '1 litre' car
• Register for the "Agenda 21 Now" International Internet Conference
• Why Bush's Americans are so skeptical about climate change . . .
• ACTION : Support our letter to Canada calling for Kyoto ratification
22
April
2002