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Wilder Fires and Rising Waters: Climate Impacts Are Approaching America’s Door

A pair of new studies shows how American climate refugees will “reshape” the population landscape of the nation.

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As Seas Around Mar-a-Lago Rise, Trump’s Budget Cuts Could Thwart a Local Climate Action Plan

The president’s budget calls for ending a program that supports environmental efforts in Palm Beach County, Fla., and in the hometowns of some Cabinet members.

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Speed of Arctic Ice Melt Defies Scientific Predictions

The Arctic climate is changing so quickly that science can barely keep track of what is happening and predict the global consequences, the U.N. says.

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Antarctic Ice Shelves Melt From Below

Scientists have discovered that many Antarctic ice shelves are losing ice not just by calving icebergs but by melting from their undersides as well.

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Memo to the Military: Give a Damn About the Warming Planet

Global warming could be American imperialism’s undoing if Pentagon officials don’t prepare accordingly, a group of experts effectively reported in a study warning against such “climate surprises” as natural disasters, sea-level rise, drought and epidemics.

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Life Is Sacred

The giddy, money-drenched, choreographed carnival in Tampa and the one coming up in Charlotte divert us from the real world—the one steadily collapsing around us.

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Massive Iceberg Cuts Loose From Greenland Glacier

A block of ice twice the size of Manhattan has broken loose from the Petermann Glacier in northern Greenland. Scientists were quick to say that no single event of this kind can be attributed to climate change.

Posted on Jul 19, 2012 READ MORE


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