Tag Archive for 'greenhouse gases'

The Pontifical Academy of Sciences calls on all people and nations to recognise the serious and potentially irreversible impacts of global warming caused by the anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases

May 6th, 2011 by Pontifical Academy of Sciences

The Pontifical Academy of Sciences calls “on all people and nations to recognise the serious and potentially irreversible impacts of global warming caused by the anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases and other pollutants, and by changes in forests, wetlands, grasslands, and other land uses. We appeal to all nations to develop and implement, without delay, […]

‘EU Roadmap 2050 – a practical guide to a properous low-carbon Europe’ will not cut EU greenhouse gas emissions fast enough according to Friends of the Earth

March 10th, 2011 by Friends of the Earth

A low-carbon roadmap to 2050 published on Tuesday 8 March 2011 by the European Commission will not cut EU greenhouse gas emissions fast enough to prevent dangerous climate change and could lead to a three degree rise in global temperature, says Friends of the Earth.

Reducing carbon emissions by improving global equality

October 29th, 2010 by International Journal of Global Warming

Reducing the inequalities between rich and poor nations could be the main driver for avoiding the worst effects of climate change and even reducing atmospheric levels of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide, according to UK researchers writing in the International Journal of Global Warming. Gemma Cranston and Geoffrey Hammond of the University of Bath, have […]