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The Tasks of The People-Powered Movement for 2014

In this stage of America’s current social-political movement, which could take many years, our primary task is to build national consensus through broad and deep grass-roots organizing.

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Species’ Numbers Alter Climate Migration

Wild species will not always migrate to colonise warmer habitats, scientists have found. They may stay put if their numbers are not robust in the first place.

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America in the Freezer

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Global Warming Hoax

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‘Dark Money’ Funds U.S. Climate Deniers

U.S. organizations that deny climate change receive most of their funding from unidentifiable sources.

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It’s Getting Hotter in Oz

Influential members of the new Australian government are rejecting measures designed to curb greenhouse gas emissions, but the mounting evidence of increasing heat is contradicting them.

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World Went on Warming in 2013

Despite claims that global temperatures have stopped rising, British scientists say this year and 2013 are both expected to be among the ten warmest recorded.

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Climate Change Will Hit Seafloor Life

Many species are likely to be damaged by the effects of climate change on deep-sea communities, and animals are expected to grow smaller.

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Warming Climate May Cut Cloud Cover

One of the great unknowns of climate science is what effect clouds have in accelerating or slowing warming. A new study sheds a disturbing light on their possible impact.

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2013 ‘Will Mark Continued Rise of CO2’

The 24 years since the world agreed to limit greenhouse gases are expected to have seen a rise of almost two-thirds in emissions of the main gas, carbon dioxide.

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Amazon Forest Loss Threatens Five Countries

The environmental damage being caused by deforestation in the Amazon is a threat to much of the South American continent, two campaign groups say.

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Drought Will Worsen One Day Somewhere

Although a new research project confirms that drought —and floods—will affect the world more severely during this century, uncertainty persists over who will suffer, and when.

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Carbon Market Looks a Little Livelier

Many U.S. companies are adopting their own carbon pricing systems, while in Europe there’s a hint of new life for efforts to persuade industry to switch to low-carbon technologies.

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China’s Pollution Problems Threaten Oz Coal Exports

Concerned about air pollution and climate change, China is set to reduce its coal consumption. And that will be a headache for Australia, which supplies nearly a third of the growing nation’s coal.

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McKibben on Obama, Environment: The Cynics ‘Were Right’

Writer and environmental activist Bill McKibben slaps the administration for taking on easy battles, sidestepping the tough ones and trying to claim environmental progress. Meanwhile, the earth continues to heat up as Obama pursues oil- and coal-based energy policies, and then brags about them.

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Right Wingers Spend Big to Deny Climate Science

Conservative influence groups may have spent as much as $1 billion a year in a campaign to reject science and stymie action on climate change, a gigantic study into the effort shows.

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West Antarctic Ice Loss Speeds Up

Scientists believe the West Antarctic is losing ice much faster than just a few years ago, although more accurate measurements may be responsible.

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Climate Change Adds to East Africa’s Food Plight

Climate change poses a serious threat to farming in East Africa, a region that depends on agriculture and whose population is growing very fast.

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An Even Quicker Death for the Great Barrier Reef?

As if climate change weren’t destroying the natural wonder quickly enough, the Australian government’s approval for construction of one of the world’s largest coal ports will involve dumping 3 million cubic meters of earth drudged from the ocean floor into the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.

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Are We Falling Off the Climate Precipice?

Perfectly serious scientists suggest climate change isn’t just really, really bad; it’s catastrophic. Some even think that if the record ongoing releases of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere are aided and abetted by massive releases of methane, life as we humans have known it might be at an end on this planet.

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A Little Closer to Hydrogen Fuel

Hopes that the production of commercial quantities of hydrogen might be possible by mid-century have risen after French scientists discovered how to make small amounts of the gas quickly and easily.

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Tree Find Confirms Italian Alpine Melt

Glaciers in the high Italian Alps are everywhere in retreat, and scientists have found new evidence that confirms the mountains are warming at twice the global rate.

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Reigniting the Climate Change Debate

A British group says general interest in global warming has dwindled, and new ways of telling what is essentially a human story should include talking to those who may be skeptical about climate change.

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Antarctic Fjord Life Puzzles Science

The variety and extent of marine life found in the fjords of the warming Antarctic Peninsula is in stark contrast to the sparsely populated seas of the Arctic.

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Look: Earth Over the Next Century

An international group of scientists concerned with understanding how Earth functions as a system has created a beautiful and terrifying visual summary of data collected by the United Nations’ climate panel to project how conditions on the surface of the planet will change in the next 100 years.

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Climate Threatens Retirement Savings

A group that monitors how investment funds manage the risks of climate change says many are exposing their investors to massive future losses.

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Earth ‘May Be Doubly Sensitive’ to CO2

Earth’s sensitivity to a doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide may be twice as great as scientists had thought, new climate records from the distant past suggest.

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Giant ‘Battery’ Ensures Renewable Energy Supply

Scandinavian researchers say they have devised a scheme to link wind and hydropower in a unified system that would ensure a constant energy supply.

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Reducing Sunlight ‘Will Not Cool Earth’

The beguiling idea that global warming can be moderated by engineering the atmosphere has been given a rebuff by two scientists who found the attempt could disrupt rainfall patterns.

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Acid Oceans Harm More Species

Several marine species are reacting badly to the increasing acidity of the world’s oceans, caused by climate change as carbon dioxide dissolves in the water.

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Eating Like There’s No Tomorrow

Right around now, many Americans are picking at the last few chunks of leftover turkey.

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Local Climate Predictions Are Elusive

Scientists say that while they can confidently predict big climate changes, more detailed and local forecasts remain uncertain.

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Climate Leaves European Cities Hesitant

A number of European cities show little sign of preparing for a warmer world despite the strenuous efforts of their national governments.

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Climate Denial Cancer

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Past and Future Environment

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Salt Lake City Will Dry as Temperatures Rise

As climate change increases temperatures, parts of the American Southwest are likely to become increasingly arid, with increasing threats to water supplies.

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Geo-Engineering ‘Could Upset Rainfall’

Attempts to tackle climate change through geo-engineering—technological fixes—could make the situation significantly worse, scientists report.

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Truthdigger of the Week: Reverend Billy

The leader of the Church of Stop Shopping faces a year in prison for a 15-minute musical protest he and his choir staged in a Chase Bank in Manhattan in September.

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U.K. Waters Grow Cooler and More Acidic

More fish accustomed to life in warm water are now being caught in British waters, while catches of some cold-water species have fallen by half.

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Deep Ocean Offers Hints of Warming

Thousands of meters below the surface of the Pacific, scientists think they have picked up signs of climate change on the deep ocean floor.

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U.S. Taxpayers Foot Bill for Climate Inaction

American taxpayers are paying the cost of damage caused by climate change in the U.S., researchers say—more than $300 for every citizen.

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