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Before looking for supporters elsewhere, the fossil fuel dependent North should take the first step in reducing carbon emissions at home

Developing nations should get more actively involved with international politics on climate change. They should propose and direct negotiations, rather than just react and respond

The Kyoto Protocol could save the industralised North from taking action to reduce its own emissions. A cheaper and easier option is available to them: striking a deal with the poorer South

South Korea expresses its intent to reduce greenhouse gases "voluntarily", becomes the developed nations' showpiece to be presented at the COP 4 in Argentina

The Kyoto Protocol to the Climate Change Convention is the first step towards defining the emissions reduction targets of industralised countries. However, as a first step it falls short of

No Europe wide ban on potentially dangerous chemicals used in plastic toys

Are they safe or are they toxic? The debate continues as the US tries to oppose Europe s efforts to ban toys containing PVC

The Sun's outer atmosphere, the corona, is several times hotter than the surface. This remains one of the major mysteries of our solar system. A team of researchers led by Richard Harrison,

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is an independent scientific and technical body under the sponsorship of UNEP and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) which provides the

Changes in the ocean's carbon cycle as a result of the greenhouse effect are already under way, says a climatologist. As carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) dissolves in water, the oceans could dampen global

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