December 5, 2007 E-Newsletter
December 5, 2007
Regional Impacts Report Released
With world attention focusing on international climate talks in Bali, the Pew Center on Global Climate Change releases a new report detailing significant impacts of climate change already occurring in the United States.
The report, "Regional Impacts of Climate Change: Four Case Studies in the United States," provides information about impacts in specific regions of the U.S. The report focuses on the following four regions:
- Midwestern Cities
- Western U.S.
- Gulf Coast
- Chesapeake Bay
The Pew Center's President shares her thoughts on the international climate talks in Bali.
Letter from Eileen Claussen
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Other recent Pew staff speeches
Pew Center to Release Report in Bali
The Pew Center's Climate Dialogue at Pocantico recommends a post-2012 framework integrating different types of mitigation commitments. A new report, Towards an Integrated Multi-Track Climate Framework, builds on the Pocantico recommendations.
Midwestern Regional Greenhouse Gas Reduction Accord Established
Montana Joins the Western Climate Initiative
Bali: UNFCCC Conference of the Parties
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change's thirteenth annual Conference of the Parties began earlier this week in Bali, Indonesia. (December 3, 2007)
To view new Pew Center materials, including background presentations, articles, and more, visit our COP13 page.
Nobel Prize-Winning IPCC Releases Summary for Policymakers
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releases the Summary for Policymakers from the Fourth Assessment Report. (November 17, 2007)
Pew Center Statement
"A Business Path to Bali," by Truman Semans and Andre de Fontaine, published by Environmental Finance. (November 2007)
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