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Oil Companies Take Trillion Dollar Gamble

Oil companies are using investors’ money on high-risk extraction projects based on the dubious belief that oil prices will go on rising, and with little regard for climate change factors.

Posted on May 9, 2014 READ MORE



U.S. Companies Doze as Climate Change Threatens

The advances of science and the rapid changes in the economy are leaving the U.S. corporate world far behind, say researchers, who warn that the sector must change urgently.

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Climate Denial

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Early Climate Change Deniers

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Here Are Some Tangible Effects of Climate Change in the U.S.

Despite what the Koch brothers may or may not want Americans to believe about climate change, the White House has gone ahead and released a report describing the real, tangible impact of morphing climate conditions in the U.S. in recent decades.

Posted on May 6, 2014 READ MORE


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East Antarctic Ice Basin ‘May Be At Risk’

It looks unlikely to happen for a very long time, but German researchers say they have discovered how part of the East Antarctic ice sheet could start an inexorable melt.

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Corals Learn to Live in Hotter Water

Researchers are surprised by the speed at which some species of coral are adapting to life in warmer water.

Posted on May 4, 2014 READ MORE



Soil May Absorb Less CO2 Than Thought

Soil slows global warming by absorbing some climate-heating carbon dioxide—but not as much as scientists presumed, new research shows.

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Wetland Emissions Mean More Methane

Wetlands in northern latitudes are adding more to methane emissions than science had expected, a research team based in Canada has found.

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Round-the-Clock Solar Power Is Here

Solar power has suffered from one serious drawback: there are times when there is no sunshine to provide it. Now that is changing.

Posted on May 1, 2014 READ MORE



Flat Denial Rejects ‘Very Likely’ Science

Mounting scientific evidence that natural causes cannot explain climate change continues to meet unyielding resistance from those who do not accept the facts.

Posted on Apr 28, 2014 READ MORE



Science Shows Animals Have Feelings Too

Research demonstrates that dogs, cats and others release the same hormone that humans do when they’re in love; a blond man once convinced British intellectuals he was Asian and had been kidnapped from Taiwan; to deal with the climate crisis, we have to change our way of thinking. These discoveries and more after the jump.

Posted on Apr 23, 2014 READ MORE



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Top 5 Reasons Solar Energy Will Save the World

The research and development monies now going into solar energy are great enough to fuel innovation and bring down prices rapidly.

Posted on Apr 23, 2014 READ MORE



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Business Leaders Are Concerned About Climate Change, Just Not in North America

According to a flash poll by the Economist Intelligence Unit, a minority of North American business leaders agree that climate change is a problem requiring urgent action, trailing all other continents polled.

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Western U.S. Faces Worsening Wildfires

Drought and warmth are expected to mark winters in the Western U.S., researchers say, while abnormally cold weather will make the East and Southeast unusually wintry.

Posted on Apr 21, 2014 READ MORE


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On Climate, Business as Usual

Despite mounting evidence that global warming is an urgent crisis, emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases grew faster between 2000 and 2010 than over the previous three decades, according to an authoritative new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Posted on Apr 18, 2014 READ MORE



Climate Costs ‘May Prove Much Higher’

A re-examination of the true social costs of greenhouse gas emissions suggests they may have been seriously under-estimated, researchers say.

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Fish on Acid Lose Fear of Predators

Some fish species in increasingly acidic tropical seas are losing their sense of smell and becoming easier prey for predators.

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Greenland’s Ice Cap Is Becoming Unstable

Greenland is losing ice at an accelerating rate. The development suggests the edges of the island’s ice cap may be unstable.

Posted on Apr 14, 2014 READ MORE



Clean Energy Rollout Would Shave Fraction Off Economic Growth

A landmark U.N. study published Sunday says catastrophic climate change can be averted without sacrificing living standards, concluding that “the ditching of fossil fuels is eminently affordable,” The Guardian reports.

Posted on Apr 13, 2014 READ MORE



Hollywood Goes Big on Climate Change

Some of Hollywood’s biggest guns are throwing their weight behind the drive to persuade society that climate change is a real problem that deserves to be taken seriously.

Posted on Apr 10, 2014 READ MORE



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Fighting Our Fossil-Nuke Extinction

How petro-pollution and nuclear fallout interact remains largely unstudied, but the answers can’t be good. And it’s clearer than ever that we won’t survive without ridding our planet of both.

Posted on Apr 8, 2014 READ MORE



Early Springs Surprise Many Species

Several species are struggling to adapt to the increasingly early advent of spring, and some are finding it beyond them.

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Climate Change Affects the Poor

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Corporations Weigh Risks, Opportunities of Changing Climate

For business and industry climate change brings a range of concerns—and offers plenty of new opportunities as well.

Posted on Apr 6, 2014 READ MORE



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Dear America: Climate Change’s Threatening Water, Plants, Animals No Matter What Party You Belong To

A Gallup poll has found that only 35 percent of Americans are concerned about climate change, and that proportion is barely up from the previous year.

Posted on Apr 5, 2014 READ MORE


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U.S. Cools on States’ Climate Action

While Washington is doing more to address climate change, individual American states are scaling back their efforts—and apparently with public approval.

Posted on Apr 3, 2014 READ MORE



Climate Science’s Dire Warning: Humans Are Baking the Planet

The majority of the world is convinced that humans are changing the climate, for the worse. Now, evidence is mounting that paints just how grim a future we are making for ourselves and the planet.

Posted on Apr 2, 2014 READ MORE


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We Should Be Talking About the 1 Percent of the 1 Percent

It’s really the 0.01 percent of Americans who are leaving us all behind; one answer to fighting climate change is vegetarianism; meanwhile, is the beer in Britain spying on you? These discoveries and more after the jump.

Posted on Apr 1, 2014 READ MORE



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‘Some Say the World Will End in Fire:’ Climate Panel Paints Mad Max World of Famine, Fire, War

It is fire, i.e., massive global warming, that threatens the world as we know it.

Posted on Apr 1, 2014 READ MORE



Climate Change ‘Makes Violence Likelier’

Climate is helping to increase political instability and violence, scientists say, in studies that reinforce a key conclusion by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 READ MORE



Bulgaria’s Micro-Hydro Power Surge

Bulgaria has less than six years left to reach its binding EU target of producing 20 percent of its energy from renewables. One renewable energy form—micro-hydro technology—is causing controversy.

Posted on Mar 30, 2014 READ MORE



U.K. Seabirds Sound Climate Warning

Once-familiar Scottish seabirds are among species whose numbers in the U.K. are falling sharply, scientists say—and the suspicion is that climate change is to blame.

Posted on Mar 29, 2014 READ MORE



California Goes Nuts for Water

Farmers in California are being badly affected by the record drought now ravaging the state, and the lucrative nut industry is in serious trouble.

Posted on Mar 28, 2014 READ MORE



Telltale Paintings Show Climate’s Past

Paintings from several centuries ago can reveal fascinating details of what the climate was like at the time the artist created them, Greek researchers say.

Posted on Mar 27, 2014 READ MORE


Noah’s Warning

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The Long Telegram: Imaginary Friends and Phantom Enemies

The result of the obsessive vilification of Russia is a tragic waste of opportunities for two major nations to join in the actual wars at hand.

Posted on Mar 25, 2014 READ MORE



Human Activities ‘Caused Record Oz Heat’

Human activities made last year’s record-breaking hot summer in Australia five times more likely than it would otherwise have been, meteorologists report.

Posted on Mar 24, 2014 READ MORE



Warmer Winters Will Limit Olympic Snow

By the 2080s, two-thirds of the cities that have hosted the Winter Olympics since 1924 are likely to be too warm to be able to do so again.

Posted on Mar 23, 2014 READ MORE


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Heat Extremes Threaten Crop Yields

Extreme heat is expected to be the greatest risk to several major crops as temperatures rise, scientists say.

Posted on Mar 22, 2014 READ MORE



Rockies Flora Show Climate Impact

The warming climate has caused widespread change in the flora of one meadow in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, a painstaking study over nearly 40 years reveals.

Posted on Mar 21, 2014 READ MORE


First Day of Spring

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AAAS: Changing Climate May Bring Irreversible Alterations

U.S. scientists have intervened in the policy debate to say the evidence that the climate is changing is as strong as that which links smoking with cancer.

Posted on Mar 20, 2014 READ MORE


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