Amid plunging temperatures across the world, talk of “global cooling” erupts in the media. Dr. Mojib Latif, a leading climate scientist and a member of the UN's climate change panel, throws cold water on the speculation.
Aircraft flying in geese-like formations have been cited as the “answer to the aviation crisis”. Is this a glimmer of optimism following the despair in Copenhagen, or another unrealistic method to control climate change?
Russia and Japan need a mutually acceptable settlement of the peace treaty problem, which is a delicate process demanding a respectful and attentive attitude to the partner's position, noted the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Even if all developed nations restricted their CO2 emissions, it would only reduce the temperature by 0.07 degree Celsius by 2050 – that’s not even measurable, US Senator Jim Inhofe told RT, citing scientist Tom Wigley.
World leaders reached a deal of sorts to tackle global warming, but the summit in Copenhagen has been widely seen as a failure, especially by developing countries – and many blame the US and China for refusing to budge.