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March 25, 2014
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International scientists gather near Tokyo for a week-long meeting centred on a grim climate change report that warned of floods and drought that could stoke conflicts and wreak havoc on the global economy. Duration: 01:05 Video provided by AFP


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Using Comics to Save the Planet

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Celebrities Fight to Stop Climate Change

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Celeb TV (Oct. 23, 2013) — Celebrities and politicians are joining together to change the planet. Former Vice President Al Gore is doing his part for the planet with 24 Hours Of Reality. Joining together with the Climate Reality Project, 24 Hours Of Reality aims to stop the clock for one full day to bring focus to climate change caused by carbon pollution. The live broadcast features celebrities, artists, economists and more as they discuss the ways that carbon affects the planet as well as solutions for the problem. Included in the broadcast is Mana, who is the first Latin band to join the celebrity roster for the event. Telemundo is also supporting the event by creating a PSA featuring an all-star cast. The 24 hours of reality for the Climate Reality Project will go through October 23rd.
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Thailand Climate Protection Through Energy Efficiency

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Deutsche Welle (Mar. 13, 2012) — Thailand needs ever more energy for its industry. It already imports up to 10 percent of its electricity. The growth of industry is bringing a sharp rise in greenhouse gas emissions. Now a German-Thai project funded by the International Climate Protection Initiative is working for a more efficient use of energy, thereby contributing to climate protection.The Thai government has a long-term goal of "Low-Carbon Industry". It is collaborating with Germany in the umbrella organization "Energy Efficiency for Small and Medium Enterprises" on several pilot energy-efficiency projects in small and mid-sized companies. The Environment Ministry holds consultations regularly. The aim is to cooperate with German experts and develop an "Energy Use and Climate Protection Plan" for Thailand's economy.
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