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13 - 17  OCTOBRE  2014





Colloque 2014 sur le climat-Climate Symposium2014













MONTREAL
16 - 21 AOÛT 2014




Conférence scientifique publique mondiale sur la météorologie

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DOHA     Samedi 8 décembre                      
Réchauffement climatique: un accord à l'"arrachée" ..
Par Marina BERTSCH , envoyée spéciale FRANCE 24


La Presse  Le Devoir
TheHUFFINGTON POST





DOHA    26 Novembre au 7 Décembre 2012

Global Greens call for urgency & commitment




http://www.cop18.qa/en-us/homepage.aspx

As parties to the UN Climate Convention meet in Doha from 26 November to 7 December, the Global Greens note with alarm assessments from many major global institutions that the world is facing a climate catastrophe unless urgent action is taken.
In recent weeks --
  • the United Nations Environment Program reported that the gap between actual emissions and those needed to stem global warming is growing;
  • the World Meteorological Organisation recorded record levels of CO2 and other climate pollutants in the atmosphere; CO2 levels reached 390.9 ppm in 2011 compared with 280 ppm before the industrial revolution;
  • the World Bank warned that we are on track to a 4°C warmer world marked by extreme heat waves and life threatening sea-level rise, with the consequences borne largely by the world’s poorest regions;
  • the International Energy Agency found that global energy system is on an unsustainable path and, to reach even the (inadequate) goal of limiting warming to 2°C, two-thirds of fossil fuel reserves have to stay in the ground.

Greens call for the world’s governments to act on these warnings and commit to an ambitious and effective Kyoto Protocol successor agreement , to be negotiated by 2015.

According to the resolution adopted by the Global Greens Congress in Dakar in April 2012, urgent actions should include:

  • providing renewable energy for all;
  • meeting climate financing pledges with new funds in the form of grants, not loans;
  • eliminating fossil fuel subsidies by 2020;
  • phasing out the production and use of coal and banning new unconventional fossil fuel projects;
  • stopping deforestation and degradation of natural forests by 2020;
  • phasing out the use of nuclear power.

Time is running out but it is not yet too late – the Greens look to the nations meeting in Doha to show the leadership so desperately needed.

Voir aussi :                      Greens/EFA demands for COP18 in Qatar

SUIVI par 
++ la page "Climats"

More information secretary@globalgreens.org



Canada,
the surprise 'pariah' of the Kyoto protocol

Some Canadians doubt whether their country should have any say in negotiating the second Kyoto protocol after it became the only nation to reject the first one

in Montreal Guardian.co.uk,



Oil city: steam rises from refineries outside Edmonton, Alberta.
Photograph: Andy Clark/Reuters


Amy Goodman of Democracy Now in The Guardian 29 nov. :
No world leader at the UN climate change summit hasn't heard the warnings,
but it will take popular pressure to make them act





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                                                Meteologique Mondiale
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Center for International Earth Sciences Information Network


16-17 Janvier 2012:
Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (STEL)
Relations entre activité solaire et changements climatiques.


Education page updated. (2011.09)

Staff List updated. (2011.11.09)
The 2nd Nagoya Workshop on the Relationship between Solar Activity and Climate Changes (16-17 Jan, 2012): 1st announcement (2011.09.22)
Staff List updated. (2011.05.02)
The latest issue of Annual Report 2008-2009

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LIENS Du STEL OUTRE-MERS

International Council for Science (ICSU) International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS) International Astronomical Union (IAU) International Union of Radio Science (URSI) Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (SCOSTEP) World Data Center System (WDC) International Space Environment Service (ISES) Stratospheric Process and their role in Climate (SPARC) Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) American Geophysical Union (AGU) Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) European Geosciences Union (EGU) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) National Science Foundation (NSF) EISCAT Scientific Association  




LIENS DU STEL AU JAPON
- SOCIETES ACADEMIQUES, UNIVERSITES ET INSTITUTS -ORGANISATIONS GOUVERNEMENTALES - AUTRES











Stratosphere wind changes affect seas & climate
Par:   in EARTH TIME 23 Sep 2012









Climats
UNEP Grid Arendal

World Map
of CO2 Emissions

The Guardian juin 2012

Panel Intergouvernemental sur les changements climatiques

OURANOS
Consortium sur la climatologie régionale et l'adaptation aux changements climatiques

CIESIN

Center for International Earth Sciences Information Network

 Earth Institute Columbia University





 





08  Septembre   2014
 

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Clickable_world_map
avec les couleurs de la classification Koppen des climats
BBC 2012 Nature & Eco Zones (un "must" !)







Predicted percentage of ecological landscape being driven toward changes in plant species
 as a result of projected human-induced climate change by 2100. (NASA/JPL-Caltech)
 http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/01/12/climate-change-canada-nasa-hot-spot_n_1201757.html?ref=green&ir=Green

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