Tag: Global Warming

Tag: Global Warming

EU regulatory case law: January 2014

This issue of Aphaia's new monthly series on EU regulatory case law features the summary of the latest European regulatory case law from January 2014 in the field of information society, competition and environment.

Monthly Round Up: November 2013

This month in the news: the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reached a new record high in 2012, net neutrality plans breach privacy rights, and the EU audiovisual sector attempts easier cross-border copyright.

Deep sea wind turbines could power all of Europe

A new report from the EWEA, the European Wind Energy Association argues that the energy produced from wind turbines in deep waters in the North Sea alone could more than meet the electricity consumption needs of the European Union.

Obama vows to respond to climate change

In his second inaugural speech, USA president Barack Obama has promised that his administration will respond to the threat of climate change.

Monthly Round Up: September 2012

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Monthly Round Up: August 2012

This month in the news.

Monthly Round Up: July 2012

This month in the news.

China refuses to comply with new EU airline emissions scheme

The Chinese government has barred their airlines from complying with the new EU legislation that would see all airlines operating from European Union airports pay an emission charge.

Climate agreement reached in Durban

A climate agreement was reached at the UN climate talks in Durban. Delegates from 194 countries, after tense discussion, agreed on a second commitment period for Kyoto and decided to set up a new legally binding treaty on climate change that is to be implemented in 2020.

Climate Change conference begins in South Africa

The United Nations Climate Change Conference 2011 has begun in Durban, South Africa. The conference is to last from 28 November to 9 December, and will bring together representatives of the world’s governments, international organizations and civil society.