Why Investors Support a Price on Carbon

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Climate Change Is So Bad Even Oil Companies Are Bracing for it Now

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Daily update: Networks to defend grid by adding fees to solar, storage

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Tony Abbott’s renewable czar: Nuclear only alternative to coal

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Geological Processes Ensure Earth Remains Habitable Says Study

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What’s the hold up, El Niño?

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Don’t scrap Europe’s chief scientific adviser 18:21 25 July 2014 by Síle Lane

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