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CLIMATE CHANGE: Beyond the hype of 'climate wars'

JOHANNESBURG 29 October 2012 (IRIN) - A new study set in East Africa, one of the most detailed yet to examine the links between conflict and climate change, calls for a more balanced view on the issue - beyond the widely hyped “climate wars” said to be erupting over dwindling natural resources. The study’s authors are among a chorus of emerging voices warning against viewing climate change exclusively through the lens of security.

A science news preview of 2013

 BBCOriginally Published by The BBC - Science issues likely to feature prominently in 2013.

The Top Six Science Marketing Hits of 2012

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Israeli Researchers Use Rust To Store Solar Energy

Originally Published by ENN

– Using the power of the sun and ultrathin films of iron oxide, researchers at the Technion, Israel’s Institute of Technology, have found a novel way to split water molecules to hydrogen and oxygen.

EUWI NPD-EECCA Newsletter Update #5

The 5th issue of the EUWI-EECCA component National Policy Dialogue Newsletter is now available for your information at http://www.unece.org/index.php?id=31535 or in the EECCA Working group Documents section on this web-site.

NASA DEVELOP Fall 2012 Virtual Poster Session

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Middle East ‘Cern’ taking shape

 BBCOriginally Published by BBC - Middle East's 'Cern' bridges regional divides.

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