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Biodiversity and Climate Change Programme
Reports and assesses threats to specific species and their habitats. Includes a link to the report "Water Birds on the Edge - First Circumpolar Assessment of Climate Change Impact on Arctic Breeding Water Birds" in PDF format. From the World Conservation Monitoring Centre in Cambridge, UK.

SourceWatch - Portal: Climate Change
Information resource investigating key aspects of climate change policy and debate. Includes articles, who's who, skeptics corner, COP15 and things to do.

France 24 - Copenhagen: A Crucial Summit
News coverage of COP15, including videos from their news shows and a France 24-RFI webdocumentary. France.

World Resources Institute - COP-15: Countdown to Copenhagen
Reports from their experts and staff members attending COP15. Identifies key elements for a low carbon future and provides research, publications, charts and maps.

BASC - Understanding Climate Change Feedbacks
Examines processes in the climate system that can either amplify or damp the response to changes forced by external factors. An e-book version of the publication from the Board of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (BASC), produced by the National Academies Press.

The Fates of Low-Latitude Glaciers
Presentation by Lonnie G. Thompson of Ohio State University. Includes discussion of certainties and probabilities, photographic evidence, graphs, graphical representation of 20th century changes in ice cover, and distribution maps.

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Freed cop killer told to stop coaching youth

Dean Chavez seen with his former team. (ABC7)In 1988, a group of young men beat an off-duty Chicago-area cop to death with a baseball bat.

‘No intact bodies’ in grim AH5017 investigation

Investigators gather evidence at the crash site of the Air Algerie flight AH5017 in Mali's Gossi region, on July 29, 2014Dressed in protective white overalls, French experts sift through the debris of the Air Algerie plane that disintegrated over the northern Mali desert last week, killing all 118 on board. Yet for days of meticulous searching across the shifting sands of the remote crash site at the southern edge of the Sahara desert, they have yet to see a single intact body. In scorching heat, the experts -- gendarmes, police and a team from France's plane crash investigation agency BEA -- are combing the moonscape one square metre at a time. Flight AH5017, which took off early Thursday morning from Ouagadougou in neighbouring Burkina Faso bound for Algiers, went missing amid reports of heavy storms.

Ebola outbreak: Liberia shuts schools, quarantines towns
Liberia announced on Wednesday the quarantine of a number of communities and the closure of schools across the country, the toughest measures yet imposed by a West African government in a bid to halt the worst Ebola outbreak on record. Security forces in Liberia were ordered to enforce the measures, part of an action plan that included placing all non-essential government workers on 30-day compulsory leave. As of July 23, 672 deaths have been blamed on Ebola in Liberia, neighboring Guinea and Sierra Leone, according to World Health Organisation figures. Liberia accounted for just under one-fifth of those deaths.

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