Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Clean Air News - December 28th, 2008

Dear All,

this is new in the SIM-air series. This weekly post (on every Sunday) will include interesting news and articles on air pollution and climate change. For more details visit the UrbanEmissions page.

BBC - December 20th, 2008
Harvard physicist and climate change advocate John Holdren will be Mr Obama's scientific adviser.

Asian Times - December 18th, 2008
Vietnam counts cost of development, air pollution a major component.

Hurriyet Daily News - December 24th, 2008
Alarming air pollution in Ankara, Turkey.

Climate-L Daily Feed - December 18th, 2008
Economics of adaptation.

EcoWorld - December 22nd, 2008
Turning on solar thermal power.

Science Daily - December 19th, 2008
95% of the world's population lives on 10% of the world's land.

Science Daily - December 19th, 2008
Olympic Pollution Controls In Beijing China Had Big Impact On Air Pollution Levels.

Science Daily - December 23rd, 2008
A Price on Carbon not enough to save rainforests.

Science Daily - December 23rd, 2008
Developing countries lack means to acquire more efficient technologies.

Science Daily - December 24th, 2008
Does global warming lead to A change in upper atmospheric transport.

Economist - December 18th, 2008
Pocket world in figures - clean energy.

Economist - December 21st, 2008
Climate change diplomacy - fiddling with words.

NPR - December 23rd, 2008
What Mode Of Transportation Is Greenest?

Guardian - December 24th, 2008
Change at what price - Environmental year 2008 in review.

Guardian - December 23rd, 2008
UK - Government buildings emit more CO2 than all of Kenya.

NY Times - December 15th, 2008
Pollution or Technology Problem?

EcoWorldly - December 23rd, 2008
There is no point in calculating your carbon footprint - you need to understand it!

Wired - December 17th, 2008
Oil Is Not the Climate Change Culprit — It's All About Coal.

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