Thursday, December 10, 2015

December 10 News Update

China's Latest 'Airpocalypse' Seen
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China's Latest 'Airpocalypse' Seen from Space
Paris climate talks: delegates warn of flaws in ambitious proposals for deal
Volkswagen says off hook on CO2 emissions
U.S. solar industry battles 'white privilege' image problem
US joins 'ambition coalition' at UN climate talks
No hiatus in global warming, says IPCC chief
US vows to double cash for poor to deal with climate change
Isolated Cumbrian village faces more devastation as flood waters rise again
Tar sands alarm as US crude exports to Europe rise
Activists arrested in Louvre oil protests
At Paris climate talks, corporate sponsors greenwash images
A Cry for Help from 'the Edge of the Cliff'
Delegates at Climate Talks Focus on Saving the World’s Forests *
For Indians, Smog and Poverty Are Higher Priorities Than Talks in Paris *

Mexican, U.S. Workers Bring Employer Charges Under NAFTA
Bath Iron Works and its largest union tentatively agree on crucial new contract
St. Paul teachers will strike if violence in schools not addressed
University Teamsters voting on tentative contract
Chinese Labor Activists Detained En Masse
Furor in Israel as Trump to be hosted by Netanyahu after remarks on Muslims
Family says death after dragging not an accident
Elections Theater
NY board upholds $15 minimum wage
US life expectancy is flat for third year
Nurses want law to prevent on-the-job injuries
Cabrini cafeteria employees hope to improve the workplace
Labour activists launch new group on party's left
Argentina: thousands gather to hear president Cristina Fernández's parting shots
British left vulnerable to hunger after welfare reforms
Scalia: minority students may be better off going to 'lesser schools'
Muhammad Ali defends fellow Muslims in hit at Donald Trump's ban plan
Call for China to free labour activists or risk backlash from frustrated workforce
John Trudell, Outspoken Advocate for American Indians, Is Dead at 69 *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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