Blue & Green Daily: Thursday 18 September headlines
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18 September headlines
EU to help countries reach emission targets
The EU is planning to create two investment funds to encourage Poland and other reluctant eastern European countries to support a landmark deal on cutting greenhouse gas emissions next month. Financial Times.
Ban Ki-moon to join climate change march
The secretary general of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, is to join a public march calling for action on climate change this weekend. He said, “I will link arms with those marching for climate action. We stand with them on the right side of this key issues for common future.” Guardian.
Austria’s Alps hit by climate change
The Austrian Climate Change Assessment Report 2014 says average temperatures in Austria have risen by almost 2C since 1880. The document says that the changes in temperature are mainly man-made and caused by greenhouse gas emissions. BBC.
Salmond’s oil boom claims blown apart by Scottish energy consultant
Alex Salmond’s claims that an independent Scotland could expect £1.5 trillion of revenue from the North Sea’s remaining oil and gas reserves have been shot down by one of Scotland’s energy consultants. Telegraph.
Antarctic sea ice set for record high as Arctic heads for sixth lowest extent
The extent of sea ice in Antarctica is set to reach a record high, scientists have said, as they announced that Arctic sea ice appeared to have shrunk to its sixth lowest level ever. Guardian.
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