This week in climate news - 13 April 2014
The most popular articles from the past week.
Trillion tonne communiqué signed by 70 companies calls for rapid response to rising emissions, reports BusinessGreen Unilever, Shell, BT, and EDF Energy are among 70 leading companies today calling on governments across the globe to step up efforts to tackle climate change. »
An analysis of cable news climate coverage finds Fox News 28% accurate, CNN 70%, and MSNBC 92% The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) has just published an analysis of 2013 climate coverage by the three major American cable news networks. The report and data are available online, and the results are summarized in the figure below. »
New study by thinktank funded by Koch brothers aims to debunk authoritative UN climate change report. For those concerned about climate change, the ultra-conservative Heartland Institute offers up a calming solution: try thinking of yourself as a pea, instead of a human. »
Critics say bioenergy, carbon capture, among draft report's 'false solutions' to sustain business as usual economics A British environmental organisation that has reviewed the draft of a forthcoming UN IPCC report on mitigating climate change has questioned many of the document's recommendations as deeply flawed. »
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