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15 July 2003
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Autor/in: Nassau Guardian [Bahamas]

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13 July 2003
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Autor/in: Vanessa Houlder, Financial Times

Now litigators have yet another target in their sights: those responsible for climate change. Two cases have already been launched in the US courts. More are in the pipeline, according to the newly formed Climate Justice Programme...It believes that...

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15 August 2002
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Autor/in: Paul Tait, Reuters

Pacific island nations [Cook Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Marshall Islands, Tuvalu], most at risk of sinking beneath rising sea levels, chided the United States yesterday for not signing the Kyoto Protocol and urged big aid donor Australia to do...

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6 March 2002
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Autor/in: Michael Christie, Reuters

Lawsuits may become the next weapon against climate change as impotent, tiny islands, sinking beneath the waves, seek revenge on the rich polluting nations and multinational concerns they accuse of wiping them out...Australia and the United States...

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6 March 2002
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5 March 2002
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28 February 2002
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Autor/in: The Ecologist

Global warming is not just facts, figures and future forecasts. Meet the people whose lives are already being affected by it. [refers to countries including Honduras, Venezuela, India, Mozambique, Indonesia, Uganda, Papua New Guinea, France, Nigeria,...

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14 November 2001
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Autor/in: Lester R. Brown, Earth Policy Institute

The leaders of Tuvalu--a tiny island country in the Pacific Ocean midway between Hawaii and Australia--have conceded defeat in their battle with the rising sea, announcing that they will abandon their homeland.

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7 October 2001
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Autor/in: Alex Kirby, BBC News

The Pacific nation of Tuvalu has secured New Zealand's agreement to accept an annual quota of its citizens as refugees. They want to leave Tuvalu because they say rising sea levels are driving them out. Tuvalu says the cause of the rise is climate...

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19 July 2001
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Autor/in: Paul Tait, Reuters

Tiny Tuvalu, which could be submerged by a rising Pacific Ocean within 50 years, has reached out for help to save its people but so far has had little luck with regional heavyweight Australia.

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