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Why an energy-hungry world is also much, much more thirsty for water http://t.co/8zXXvOCKIl
What will limitations on water supplies mean for the future of the coal industry? http://t.co/68aBqKNNNz http://t.co/TT1IK7EKoG
Legal avenues to fight climate change are limited, but growing, says expert http://t.co/sG8jDryqmi
85% of climate change guests on US TV are men, says @mmfa http://t.co/d4BI734Gjb
Scientists shocked after negotiators cut IPCC text on national income and emissions http://t.co/qK7YAAtQv5
"The idea that the world can stay below 2°C looks increasingly delusional": worth a read by @bradplumer http://t.co/clP1YhwYMh
Carbon Briefing: how energy's water use is expected to grow http://t.co/a3Z30EuAij http://t.co/Zb4qqsnnNk
Old energy sources could drink up the world's water. But then again, so could the new ones. Blog http://t.co/MtvB0aQ1SD
Poll: 39% concerned about climate change and see humans as the cause, but number of 'solid' skeptics rises to 25% http://t.co/gsm4wiNK3r
High noon: Europe braces for gas showdown with Russia, helped by Japan's nuclear restart http://t.co/jsHplu3aLS
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