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That large amount of moisture meant the potential for much greater rainfalls and greater flooding.feedback
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Aug 28 2017 Climate change
Michael Mann has been quoted 37 times. The one recent article where Michael Mann has been quoted is How global warming likely made Harvey much worse, explained by a climatologist. Most recently, Michael Mann was quoted as having said, “In conclusion, while we cannot say climate change 'caused' hurricane Harvey (that is an ill-posed question), we can say that it exacerbate several characteristics of the storm in a way that greatly increased the risk of damage and loss of life. Climate change worsened the impact of Hurricane Harvey.”.
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Mar 27 2017

That's going to be a fake debate. But this stuff is where the real debate is now.feedback

Mar 27 2017

Human activity has been suspected of contributing to this pattern before, but now we uncover a clear fingerprint of human activity.feedback

Mar 14 2017 - EPA

The EPA was a staunch defender of the environment and supporter of climate action under the Obama administration. It is now instead being wielded by the fossil-fuel interests who are running the Trump administration as just another weapon in their war on environmental protection and climate action.feedback

Jan 09 2017 - Climate change

The fact that the U.S. has seen the two warmest years (2012 and 2016) within the past five years cannot be explained by chance. It bears the fingerprint of human-caused climate change.feedback

Sep 16 2016 - NASA

August tied July as the hottest month on record, according to NASA data released this past week. This year we’ve seen half a dozen thousand-year floods, along with epic droughts. Mother Nature is telling us there’s a problem. The long-term trend lines are clear. Yet we have a Republican presidential nominee who has repeatedly called climate change a “hoax.” “Perhaps there’s a minor effect, ” Donald Trump told The Washington Post’s editorial board, “but I’m not a big believer in man-made climate change.” So it goes in the madhouse of the climate debate. Even as the evidence has become unmistakable, and even though the alarm has been sounded several times, public policy has been paralyzed - sometimes from ignorance, sometimes from uncertainty, but often from a campaign of deliberate misinformation. Here are some of the worst offenders.feedback

Sep 15 2016 - Arctic

What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic. It looks increasingly likely that the dramatic decrease in Arctic sea ice is impacting weather in mid-latitudes and may be at least partly responsible for the more dramatic, persistent and damaging weather anomalies we've seen so many of in recent years.feedback

Nov 26 2013

Catherine Ashton has been negotiating on the behalf of the E3+3 for a number of years on this issue and now with the new government it has been possible to make much more progress whereas the previous government was not really interesting in engaging.feedback

Nov 20 2013

It is always been the approach that there would be a first step, a confidence building step, and then there would be follow up steps. This is so complicated, that is not something you can simply deal with overnight. We are working in the way we've always been working to get an understanding with the Iranians that is robust, that is sustainable, that is verifiable, but of course there would need follow up work even if we reached an initial agreement.feedback

Nov 20 2013

The dynamic for the next couple of days is yet to be decided. We will decide on the basis of what happened so far, how we will organise the work, but we just want to drive things forward, we want to have further narrowing of positions and make as much progress as we can. The most important thing is that any agreement that is done is a good deal, so it will take as long as it takes.feedback

Nov 07 2013

If the Iranians are prepared to really address the core issues here, then of course we can adjust what we've said so far. But our proposals are on the table, remain on the table, and again I would stress that the ball is in the Iranians' court to really engage on the key issues here.feedback

Oct 28 2013

While some observers note some issues that were similar to issues that came out last time that there were elections, generally it's a very positive picture.feedback

Oct 16 2013

We have heard from the Iranians a willingness to be more transparent, more open, to discuss, but obviously we have to continue discussions to see what it is they want exactly. Because at the moment the finer details are missing.feedback

Oct 15 2013

We hope that this will be a turning point for diplomacy. The last five rounds have not been very successful cause Iran has not engaged. If they follow up the warm words with concrete and really constructive proposals, then it could be a turning point. But let's not make any mistakes, let's not have any illusions, it is going to be a difficult process because this is a very complicated business.feedback

Oct 15 2013

That is the endgame, but before then they of course have to start a process by actually engaging seriously and constructively in these negotiations, which they haven't done before. We're hoping that the new minister will match his words with his deeds and there will be something concrete from that side this time.feedback

Aug 07 2013

We will continue to do all we can to try and encourage people to get this inclusive dialogue going, that is so important to see a return to the democratic transition in Egypt. We will continue our efforts.feedback

May 23 2012

We put a new offer on the table which addresses our main concerns to do with the Iranian nuclear programme, not least the 20 per cent enrichment question. We hope the Iranians will come back with a positive reaction to our proposals to deal with the concerns of the international community and to meet their international obligations under Security Council resolutions and the IAEA's findings.feedback

Apr 19 2012

It violates the agreement on free movement of people. There were exceptions for the new member states until 2011 but these exceptions are over now and according to us Switzerland does not have the right to make a difference between the different member states. We are 27, full stop.feedback

Feb 16 2012

Any idea, for example, that they would ask us to ease our sanctions before we talk is out of the question. We have what we call our twin-track approach, so we are continuing with our sanctions against Iran.feedback

Nov 17 2011

The fact that a gentleman whose companies have had their assets frozen is now challenging us in court suggests to us that he is very much concerned about the sanctions. And what we have heard from NGOs on the ground is that they are grateful for our sanctions regime and that they are being effective.feedback

Oct 08 2010

The Commission has undertaken to improve and amend its code of conduct. This is what is already under way. And we intend to have that finalised before the end of the year.feedback

Sep 23 2010

The way it works is that they get this payment for three years after they leave the Commission. If they get another job, then, if the salary of the new job added to this allowance takes them above what they were earning as a commissioner, then the allowance is cut. So there are possibilities for the allowance to be cut. If they have a job which is extremely well-paid, they don't get an allowance at all. That's the way the system works.feedback

Nov 11 2008

At the moment, there is still a lot of waste because if apples or carrots or whatever, don't meet the standards, some time they are even thrown away which is in this period of high food prices, seems a completely stupid waste to us. So in the future, when this vote will happen, then people will be able to sell apples, cucumbers, pears, carrots, whatever size they are, whatever shape they are, as long as they are good quality food.feedback

Sep 13 2007

I have heard people suggesting that there must be some sort of lapse in the controls in Great Britain. There is no evidence of that at all. We are assured that measures were taken by the British to bring the disease under control according to the rules.feedback

Sep 13 2007

Since 1992, it has been compulsory to basically leave 10% of your land unplanted. It was originally introduced as a measure to control overproduction, obviously we have not overproduction anymore, we actually have a shortage of grain on the market.feedback

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