THE CARBON CAPTURE REPORT


Climate Change
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This page summarizes all English-language monitored mainstream and social media coverage worldwide of Climate Change for the day of .


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DASHBOARD

At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   630
News Count   630 (100.00%)
Unique News Stories   323
Blog Count   0 (0.00%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Combined Tone   1.75
Combined Polarization   7.04
Combined Activity   22.06
Combined Personalization   0.95
News Tone   1.75
Blog Tone   0.00
Tweet Tone   0.00

Relationships

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Persons   722
Organizations   633
Worldwide Cities   314
Countries   119
Global Regions   141
US States   48
Concepts   4593
News Outlets   515
Blogs   0


Youtube Vitals

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Total Videos   0
Total RunTime   0 Hours / 0 Minutes
Unique Posters   0
User Categories   0
System Categories   0

Social Bookmark Vitals

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Total Bookmarks   0
Unique Bookmarkers   0
Categories   0

Twitter Vitals

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Total Tweets   0
Twitterers   0
Followers Reached   0
Replies   0
Retweets   0
Twitterers Replied To   0
Twitterers Retweeted   0
Hashtags   0
Tweets with Links   0 (0%)
Geocoded Tweets   0
Geocoded Tweets Outside US   0
Countries Tweeted From   0

Quick Gauges

A visual summary of key indicators for today's coverage:

Focus Countries
Monitored news coverage focused on the following countries: (Click on any country to view its profile) [Help]


 
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Source Countries
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Category Breakdown


Activism
3.33% (21)
Documentaries/Movies
0.63% (4)
Legislation
49.21% (310)
Project
24.44% (154)




RELATIONSHIPS


Top People

Monitored coverage emphasized these people:

Edward Snowden   29.84% (188)
Yasuhisa Kawamura   23.02% (145)
Shinzo Abe   20.95% (132)
Angela Merkel   19.21% (121)
Dilma Rousseff   10.63% (67)
Haruhiko Kuroda   5.71% (36)
Yoichi Miyazawa   5.40% (34)
Julian Assange   4.44% (28)
Barack Obama   2.70% (17)
Hillary Clinton   2.38% (15)

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Top Organizations

Monitored coverage emphasized these organizations:

Mitsubishi   53.49% (337)
Us National Security Agency   53.17% (335)
Japanese Foreign Ministry   23.17% (146)
Foreign Affairs   10.63% (67)
United Nations   3.17% (20)
Environmental Protection Agency   2.54% (16)
National Security Agency   2.06% (13)
Mitsui Corporation   1.90% (12)
Security Council   1.90% (12)
Pacific Partnership   1.75% (11)

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Top Concepts

Monitored coverage emphasized these concepts:

Japanese   36.19% (228)
Japan   19.84% (125)
NSA   17.62% (111)
United States   14.92% (94)
University   10.79% (68)
UK   10.16% (64)
California   9.05% (57)
National Security Agency   8.89% (56)
EPA   8.10% (51)
According   8.10% (51)

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RELATED GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES


Top Worldwide Cities
Top Countries

Monitored coverage emphasized these contries:

France   60.00% (378)
Japan   58.25% (367)
Germany   53.65% (338)
Brazil   48.57% (306)
United Kingdom   45.40% (286)
Australia   44.29% (279)
United States   44.29% (279)
Canada   43.65% (275)
New Zealand   42.54% (268)
China   6.51% (41)

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Top Global Regions

Monitored coverage emphasized these regions worldwide:

Tokyo, Japan   48.41% (305)
Hokkaido, Japan   47.94% (302)
Rhã´Alpes, France   4.92% (31)
London, City Of, United Kingdom   3.65% (23)
United Kingdom (General), United Kingdom   3.02% (19)
Oc,    2.06% (13)
Ontario, Canada   1.27% (8)
Zimbabwe (General), Zimbabwe   1.11% (7)
Victoria, Australia   1.11% (7)
Quebec, Canada   1.11% (7)

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Top US States

Monitored coverage emphasized these US states:

Washington, United States   22.38% (141)
District Of Columbia, United States   20.63% (130)
California, United States   7.62% (48)
New York, United States   5.08% (32)
Hawaii, United States   4.13% (26)
Illinois, United States   2.22% (14)
Texas, United States   2.22% (14)
Oregon, United States   1.90% (12)
Alaska, United States   1.75% (11)
Florida, United States   1.27% (8)

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Source Countries
Monitored news articles were published in outlets located in the following countries:
United States   41.90% (264)
Montenegro   22.54% (142)
United Kingdom   4.13% (26)
Australia   1.59% (10)
India   1.43% (9)
Norway   0.95% (6)
Canada   0.95% (6)
Turkey   0.95% (6)
Slovak Republic   0.79% (5)
Singapore   0.48% (3)

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YOUTUBE VIDEOS


Youtube Vitals

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Total Videos   0
Total RunTime   0 Hours / 0 Minutes
Unique Posters   0
User Categories   0
System Categories   0

Top Posters

Top users posting videos on YouTube:

No Top Posters Found

Top User Categories

Top User Categories for videos posted on YouTube:

No Top User Categories Found

Top System Categories

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Youtube Videos

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 Categories

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SOCIAL BOOKMARKS


Social Bookmark Vitals

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Total Bookmarks   0
Unique Bookmarkers   0
Categories   0

Top Bookmarkers

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No Top Bookmarkers Found

Top Categories

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Social Bookmarks

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 Categories

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TWITTER


Twitter Vitals

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Total Tweets   0
Twitterers   0
Followers Reached   0
Replies   0
Retweets   0
Twitterers Replied To   0
Twitterers Retweeted   0
Hashtags   0
Tweets with Links   0 (0%)
Geocoded Tweets   0
Geocoded Tweets Outside US   0
Countries Tweeted From   0

Users by Posts

Top Twitterers by number of posts today:

No Users by Posts Found

Users by Followers

Top Twitterers by number of followers today:

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Top Hash Tags

Top hashtags in posted tweets:

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Users by Replies

Top Twitterers by number of replies today:

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Users by Retweets

Top Twitterers by number of retweets today:

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Tweeted Links

Tweeted links by number of tweets:

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CONTENT


Top News Outlets

News coverage was published on the following 515 outlets:

Huffingtonpost.Com   1.43% (9)
Phys.Org   0.95% (6)
Reuters.Com   0.79% (5)
Cleantechnica.Com   0.48% (3)
Voanews.Com   0.48% (3)
Dailymail.Co.Uk   0.48% (3)
Dailytimes.Com.Pk   0.48% (3)
Resilience.Org   0.48% (3)
Bbc.Co.Uk   0.48% (3)
Townhall.Com   0.48% (3)

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Top Blogs

Blog coverage was posted on the following 0 outlets:

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News Stories

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Wikileaks: US 'spied on Japan government and companies' - BBC News

...... the US was listening in on conversations at Japanese government ministries and offices. Wikileaks says the US was aware of Japan's internal discussions on issues such as trade talks, climate change policy and nuclear and energy policy - as well as the contents of a confidential briefing in Prime Minister's Shinzo Abe's residence. The US also reportedly spied on Bank of Japan officials and on ......

(209 words by bbc.co.uk)
(07/31/2015)

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Legislation
Tone: 3.59%
Pol: 3.59%
Act: 17.94%
Per: 3.59%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%
2 Articles

Does Merkel retain a stranglehold on power? - BBC News

...... to foster bilateral trade. But Germany also admires her ability to broker a deal. That reputation (think late-night talks over Ukraine or the recent G7 commitment to phase out greenhouse gas emissions) plus Germany's economic might has made her one of the world's most powerful politicians. And one of its busiest - the Greek crisis, after all, is not yet fully resolved. There is also ......

(808 words by bbc.co.uk)
(07/31/2015)
Legislation
Tone: -1.33%
Pol: 9.30%
Act: 23.19%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 2.13%
Exc: 0.00%

Obama's clean energy plan expected to boost renewables - BBC News

...... commitment, the White House Chief of Staff hinted that the new rules would actually make a bigger overall impact on emissions. "There really is no overstating how big this year is for climate change," said Denis McDonough, speaking at a Washington forum earlier this week. "We will finalise a stronger rule." The thinking appears to be that a shorter deadline makes it more likely that states ......

(730 words by bbc.co.uk)
(07/31/2015)

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Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.31%
Pol: 7.60%
Act: 25.43%
Per: 0.92%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%
2 Articles

WikiLeaks says US spied on Japanese government, companies | Daily Mail Online

...... include what appear to be five U.S. National Security Agency reports, four of which are marked top-secret, that reveal internal Japanese discussions on international trade and climate change policy. A notation on one of the top-secret reports on climate change before the 2008 G-8 summit is marked for sharing with Australia, Canada, Great Britain and New Zealand. It's not clear if it ......

(142 words by dailymail.co.uk)
(07/31/2015)

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Legislation
Tone: 3.31%
Pol: 5.96%
Act: 15.89%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%
55 Articles

WikiLeaks says US government spied on Japanese officials, companies - The Economic Times

...... include what appear to be five US National Security Agency reports, four of which are marked top-secret, that provide intelligence on Japanese positions on international trade and climate change. They date from 2007 to 2009. WikiLeaks also posted what it says is an NSA list of 35 Japanese targets for telephone intercepts including the Japanese Cabinet office, Bank of Japan officials, ......

(334 words by indiatimes.com)
(07/31/2015)

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Tone: 1.15%
Pol: 5.76%
Act: 19.88%
Per: 2.02%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%
58 Articles

Obama Is Fighting Inequality With Clean Power | Climate Nexus

...... issue on the president's agenda than climate." McDonough's statement could only come from a White House unconcerned with reelection, helmed by a president with no one left to woo. Climate change ranks near the bottom of the list of issues Americans are worried about, well below the economy, healthcare and the affordability of energy. And yet climate sits atop of the president's agenda. Why? ......

(416 words by huffingtonpost.com)
(07/31/2015)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.67%
Pol: 11.41%
Act: 22.60%
Per: 1.57%
Que: 5.56%
Exc: 0.00%

Who Speaks for California Latinos on Climate Change? | Manuel Pastor

...... In a recent column, urban analyst Joel Kotkin takes to task Kevin de Len, President pro Tempore of the California State Senate, for supporting policies to address climate change. Kotkin's argument: by pushing for ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and restrain our dependence on fossil fuels, de Len is working against the interests of his own constituents in "impoverished East ......

(578 words by huffingtonpost.com)
(07/31/2015)
Legislation
Tone: 3.31%
Pol: 10.26%
Act: 20.86%
Per: 0.33%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Why Techno-Optimism Is Dangerous | Nicholas Agar

...... How do you envisage life 200 years from now? Suppose that we manage an effective response to climate change, we don't nuke ourselves and we aren't obliterated by Skynet. Technological progress is likely to be the salient feature of your forecast. It is a constant of human history. And it seems to be accelerating. You might imagine a future that includes companion robots, cures for cancer and ......

(920 words by huffingtonpost.com)
(07/31/2015)
Tone: 5.34%
Pol: 10.37%
Act: 23.46%
Per: 3.98%
Que: 3.39%
Exc: 0.00%

Most States Can Easily Comply With the EPA's Clean Power Plan, So Why Are Some Trying to Kill It? | Elliott Negin

...... plan to curb electric power plant carbon emissions. Next week, the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to announce what may be the Obama administration's most far-reaching climate change initiative: its final rule for cleaning up existing electric power plants, the single largest source of U.S. carbon pollution. Dubbed the Clean Power Plan, it will require each state to submit its ......

(1927 words by huffingtonpost.com)
(07/31/2015)
Legislation
Project
Tone: -0.19%
Pol: 6.59%
Act: 23.55%
Per: 0.10%
Que: 3.53%
Exc: 0.00%

Global Food Security and the Missed Message of Milan's Expo 2015 | Alon Tal

...... up their national or organizational gospel on the 2015 Expo theme: "Feeding the planet, energy for life." I spent some time last month at Milan's Expo lecturing about forestry and climate change. This gave me ample opportunity to wander the 270-acre grounds, with its jumble of newly built bombastic structures: tents, gardens, exhibits and multi-media presentations. Some 20 million people ......

(893 words by huffingtonpost.com)
(07/31/2015)
Legislation
Activism
Tone: 2.00%
Pol: 7.89%
Act: 19.35%
Per: 0.42%
Que: 4.55%
Exc: 0.00%


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Tweets

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