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April 17, 2014 Poll: 88 percent of Californians say there is 'a serious water shortage' in the stateSource: Mercury News
Nearly nine out of 10 Californians say the state is suffering from a “serious water shortage,” according to a new poll that confirms widespread concern over the lack of rain, diminished Sierra snowpack and low reservoir levels...
April 15, 2014 Global warming - just a giant natural fluctuationSource: Lab Product News
Montreal, QC - An analysis of temperature data since 1500 all but rules out the possibility that global warming in the industrial era is just a natural fluctuation in the earth’s climate, according to a new study by McGill...
It’s still possible to keep the global temperature at a manageable level, a new U.N. report on climate change concludes. But only if the world embarks quickly on an intense effort over the next 15 years. The report, released...
April 9, 2014 New book on fracking illuminates pros, consSource: Telegram.com
The once-obscure oil and gas drilling process known as fracking has generated hundreds of billions of dollars and considerable dissent, as communities and experts argue over how to balance the vast amounts of money at stake with...
April 7, 2014 Deserts Could Help Reduce Global WarmingSource: University Herald
Deserts may play a crucial role in helping to reduce global warming, according to recent study NBC News reported. Researchers led by Dave Evans, a biologist specializing in ecology and global change at Washington State...
CBS News - This will further compound the consequences of climate change laid out in the United Nations îIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Changeî's most recent report. Released on March 31, the report concluded that...
Source: Business Standard
In a new study, researchers have discovered unexpected climate-driven changes in the mighty Mackenzie River's ice breakup. This discovery may help resolve the complex puzzle underlying why Arctic ice is disappearing more rapidly...
Bloomberg BNA - The Energy Answers Arecibo ... Deference When Deciding Climate Change Priorities, Judges Say Federal appellate judges pressed an environmental group, as detailed in this March 25 story, to explain why the...
March 25, 2014 PepsiCo's First Water Report Sets the Bar for Stewardship
GreenBiz - PepsiCo offered a detailed glimpse of its efforts today with the launch of its inaugural water report, which also coincides with îStockholm International Water Instituteî's World Water Week taking place...
March 25, 2014 Gallup ranks best and worst cities for well-beingSource: USA Today
The people of Provo, Utah, have the highest level of well-being and the folks around Huntington, W.Va., the lowest, at least according to the latest ranking of 189 cities and metropolitan areas from Gallup and Healthways.
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