Monday, August 31, 2009

Jimena churns toward Baja Peninsula

Hurricane Jimena is churning toward the upscale resort town of Los Cabos in Mexico's Baja Peninsula.

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Climate change activists set up camp in London

About 1,000 environmental activists have set up camp close to the Docklands financial district in London as part of a week-long protest against climate change. They are also keen to promote a sustainable way of life, bringing with them not only tents, but

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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Climate change 'meltdown' in China

Sculptures of children carved from glacial melt were displayed in Beijing as Greenpeace marks the 100-day countdown to climate talks.

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Trouble brewing for wine industry

French wine producers are changing their methods to cope with global warming.

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Green attitude at high altitude

CORPORATES AND CARBON: Paul Fabrications is gearing up on greener mechanisms in efforts to reduce its carbon footprint.

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Friday, August 28, 2009

Video: Tropical Storm Danny Heads To Land

Tropical storm watch is up in the North Carolina because tropical storm Danny moves towards the land. (Bloomberg News)

Video: 2,000 Evacuates In California

Almost 2,000 people in California evacuates their home because of wild fires. (Bloomberg News)

Video: Debate Over 'Frankenforests'

Frankenforest provides lower cost of wood. They are designed to survive freezes. (Bloomberg News)

Saving the Himalayas from global warming

As South Asian leaders gather in Kathmandu for a conference on the effects of climate change on the Himalayan region, Greenpeace is calling for more to be done to save the ecology of the fragile region, which threatens the livelihoods of more than a billion people in India and China. Duration: 01:27.

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Video: Tropical Storm Danny Heads To Land

Tropical storm watch is up in the North Carolina because tropical storm Danny moves towards the land. (Bloomberg News)

Does Paper Get A Bad Rap?

Mo Rocca and Pennsylvania Paper Company President Douglas Fink discuss the future of paper. To find out more about what the future holds for paper visit cbsnews.com/tomorrowshow.


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COMPANY: wind solution

CORPORATES AND CARBON: Renewable Energy Systems focuses on renewable heat and power technologies with growing consumer demand.

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The Wasteland

Where does all the e-waste we generate end up? Some of it is shipped illegally from the U.S. to China, reports Scott Pelley, where it is harming the environment and the people who salvage its components.

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Calif. Fires Threaten Homes

Dry conditions in L.A., Calif. have fed large fires that now threaten multi-million ddollar homes. Ben Tracy reports.

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Saving the Himalayas from global warming

As South Asian leaders gather in Kathmandu for a conference on the effects of climate change on the Himalayan region, Greenpeace is calling for more to be done to save the ecology of the fragile region, which threatens the livelihoods of more than a billi

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Climate change activists set up camp in London

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Powers tussle over Caspian oil rush

Geology and climate are not the only challenges facing oil companies developing Kazakhstan's vast Kashagan oilfield in the Caspian Sea - the world's single biggest untapped oil reserve.

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Powers tussle over Caspian oil

Geology and climate are not the only challenges facing oil companies developing Kazakhstan's vast Kashagan oilfield in the Caspian Sea - the world's single biggest untapped oil reserve.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Ecover operates green

CORPORATES AND CARBON: Ecological detergent company Ecover is actively pursuing innovative measures to meet the demand of environmentally conscious customers.

Claudette Hits Florida

The storm season is starting to rev up. Hurricane Bill is heading toward Bermuda while Claudette made landfall in Florida overnight as a tropical storm then quickly lost steam. Karen Brown reports.

Hazardous Hurricane Waves

As Hurricane Bill passed by the Maine coast, it kicked up big waves. As Jim Axelrod reports, one of them hit Acadia National Park, where thousands of people were watching - ignoring storm warnings.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Maine Waves Turn Deadly

A group of swimmers were swept to sea after massive waves struck the Maine shore, one girl was killed, Randall Pinkston reports. Julie Chen spoke with rescuers at the scene.

Poland power plant plans CO2 capture

Poland's Belchatow power plant, Europe's largest polluter, is planning to curb its emissions with the help of millions of euros of EU investment.

Video: Bill Gets A Downgrade

Hurricane Bill heads out to sea after sending waves into Acadia national park in Maine. (Bloomberg News)

Video: Empire State Building Goes Green

Empire State building says to be more energy-efficient than 90% of all office buildings after the work is complete. (Bloomberg News)

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Coast Isn't Clear Yet

High winds and rain hit Canada, knocking out power to homes along the southern shore, Although Hurricane Bill never threatened; swimmers are warned to stay out of the ocean. Randall Pinkston reports.

Hurricane Bill brings rain to the U.S. Atlantic seaboard.

Surfers enjoy high waves and heavy swells on the U.S. Atlantic seaboard after Hurricane Bill passes by.

Video: Hurricane Bill Strengthens

Hurricane Bill strengthens to category 4 and may move toward Bermuda in Southeastern U.S. coast by the weekend. (The Trade)

Hurricane Bill Near

It's not a good beach weekend on the east coast, unless you're a surfer. Hurricane Bill apparently won't come near the coast, but there could be heavy wind and 20 foot waves. Bill Shields reports.

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Friday: Swimming was banned at beaches all along the East Coast due to Hurricane Bill; Also, President Obama asked that Pan Am bomber be placed under house arrest in Libya.

Hurricane Bill Felt In U.S.

Swimming was banned at beaches all along the East Coast due to Hurricane Bill. Kelly Wallace reports on the predictions for Bill including 23-foot waves, and millions of dollars in damage.

Video: Bermuda Puts Troops On Standby For Hurricane Bill

Hurricane Bill threatens Bermuda citizens for possible flooding. (Bloomberg News)

Video: Winemakers Struggle With Climate Change

Winemakers in Australia plant Spanish grape varieties and they use sprinklers to help the vines survive the hotter weather. (The Bloomberg Edge)

Moby goes green

Moby headlines concert highlighting climate change.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Bermuda Puts Troops On Standby For Hurricane Bill

Hurricane Bill threatens Bermuda citizens for possible flooding.

Science: Balancing Brazil's Forests

In Brazil's breadbasket, Matto Grosso, a push to fight climate change by paying landowners to preserve forests. Twenty percent of global emissions are traced to deforestation by some accounts.

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Moby goes green

Moby headlines concert highlighting climate change.

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Video: Winemakers Struggle With Climate Change

Winemakers in Australia plant Spanish grape varieties and they use sprinklers to help the vines survive the hotter weather. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Brainwashed: Teen Talks Global Warming

Teen Talks Global Warming
Alec Loorz, one of Al Gore's youngest official speakers, is taking his S.L.A.P. Sea Level Awareness Project around the globe. Daniel Sieberg reports.

Texas Twister Rips Beaumont

A tornado in Beaumont, Texas threw cars around in a parking lot and ripped off the roof of a mall, reports Dave Price.

Hurricane Bill Now Category 4 Heads For Bermuda

Hurricane Bill strengthened into a powerful category four storm now head to Bermuda. (Bloomberg News)

Teen Talks Global Warming

Alec Loorz, one of Al Gore's youngest official speakers, is taking his S.L.A.P. Sea Level Awareness Project around the globe. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Alec Loorz, one of Al Gore's youngest official speakers, is taking his S.L.A.P. Sea Level Awareness Project around the globe. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Hurricane Bill To Become A Major Storm

Hurricane Bill strengthens on track towards Bermuda. (The Trade)

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Hurricane Bill Gets Stronger

Hurricane Bill Gets Stronger
Hurricane bill is close to be a major storm in the next few days with winds topping 110 miles per hour. (Bloomberg News)

Hurricane Season Begins

Hurricane Season Begins
The Southeast is bracing for a late start to the tropical storm season. Kelly Cobiella reports.

Three Tropical Storms Form

Storms Ana, Claudette and Bill were all born in less than a week. High winds and strong rains from the tropical storms are lashing parts of Florida and the Gulf Coast. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Typhoon Morakot's Aftermath

Taiwan reports more than 500 people are dead during typhoon Morakot's domination. (Bloomberg News)

Monday, August 10, 2009

Asia Typhoon Terror

Two storms roared across Asia making landfall in Taiwan, forcing a million people to flee inland. Authorities have Tokyo on alert in case the typhoon changes course. Barry Peterson reports.

Friday, August 7, 2009

Video: Today in Washington - New Climate Law Flaws

Climate Bill Could Block Housing Recovery, Bringing Costs Up Between $4K to $10K a Home, Pricing More Than One Million People Out of Market (Bloomberg News)

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Anti-Coal Campaign By Greenpeace

BHP Coal Berth is blocked by Greenpeace ship as a protest to continue over the impacts of global warming on low lying islands.

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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Video: Anti-Coal Campaign By Greenpeace

BHP Coal Berth is blocked by Greenpeace ship as a protest to continue over the impacts of global warming on low lying islands. (The Trade)

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Paris swelters under ozone air pollution

As central France is bathed in 30-degree sunshine, climate authorities warn that increased UV rays combined with high concentrations of ozone could pose a health risk. The "high alert" air pollution level is expected to be reached Thursday afternoon.

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