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Denmark to reconsider fracking ban after Total shale tests

NEWS: Total drilling near Frederikshavn will help government decide whether to lift its moratorium on fracking

UN climate chief: Major economies committed to Paris deal

NEWS: Christiana Figueres says majority of global carbon emissions likely to be covered under 2015 pact, but unclear on ambition

Far East January/ February 2015

In the January/ February 2015 edition of the Far East we continue our series on St.

India resists international scrutiny as it shapes climate plan

NEWS: India is already moving on clean energy, says minister, but does not want outsiders reviewing its climate plans

India resists international scrutiny as it shapes climate plan

NEWS: India is already moving on clean energy, says minister, but does not want outsiders reviewing its climate plans

Greenland’s hidden meltwater lakes raise sea level concerns

NEWS: Vast “storage tanks” of water deep below the melting Greenland ice sheet that could have a major effect on sea level rise

Climate change squabbles are inevitable in science — and life

COMMENT: Focusing on the 97% consensus is not always the best way to end the playground bickering of scientists, says Ilan Kelman

Business leaders call for net zero emissions by 2050

NEWS: Sir Richard Branson, Mo Ibrahim and Ariana Huffington are among twelve "B Team" business chiefs urging steep climate targets
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California’s cannabis industry exacerbating water shortages – officials

FEATURE: Illegal pot plantations are being blamed for further depleting precious water resources in drought-stricken California

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