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August 13, 2015 Folks in these U.S. states don’t believe in global warming

Source: MarketWatch

The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication created a ‘climate opinion map’ — an interactive online tool supported by a peer-reviewed scientific article published in Nature Climate Change. The map provides estimates of what...

August 12, 2015 Ex Machina: No Techno-Fix For Irreversible Ocean Collapse From Carbon Pollution

Source: Climate Progress

A new study finds there is no “deus ex machina” way to prevent a catastrophic collapse of ocean life for centuries if not millennia — if we don’t start slashing carbon pollution ASAP

August 11, 2015 China 'exporting' ozone pollution across Pacific to the US: Study

Source: StraitsTimes

Progress slashing unhealthy ozone in the western United States has been largely undone by pollution wafting across the Pacific from China, according to a study published on Monday.

August 11, 2015 Watch the Arctic get smaller via National Geographic maps

Source: Boston Globe

The polar ice cap has been melting for a while now, and National Geographic has been redrawing their maps to better reflect their size, the publication said.

August 5, 2015 Gulf of Mexico 'Dead Zone' larger than usual this year

Source: USA Today

The annual Gulf of Mexico "dead zone" — a region of oxygen-depleted water off the Louisiana and Texas coasts that is harmful to sea life — is larger than average this summer, federal scientists reported Tuesday.

August 5, 2015 Climate change could give San Francisco the climate of San Diego, scientists say

Source: Washington Post

Having the best climate is a bold boast, and the sign got climate scientist Ken Caldeira of Stanford University’s Carnegie Institute of Science thinking about how he might test the town’s claim to fame. His research, published...

August 5, 2015 Can't we just remove carbon dioxide from the air to fix climate change? Not yet

Source: Phys.org

The possible "carbon removal" techniques are very diverse. They include growing trees on land or algae in the sea and capturing and burying some of the carbon they have taken from the atmosphere.

August 4, 2015 Three charts explaining Obama's energy regulations

Source: CNBC

President Barack Obama on Monday debuted sweeping regulations meant to address the growing threat of climate change. The new rules would significantly reduce climate-changing emissions from U.S. power plants and push the nation's...

August 4, 2015 An unstoppable problem is making it increasingly difficult for the world to produce enough food

The Business Insider - The possibility of increased food shortages looms in a nearer future than we'd care to believe. Citing the UN's îIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Changeî (IPCC), the latest Grantham Mayo van...

August 3, 2015 Statistics says the long-term global warming trend continues

Source: The Guardian

A new study has just been prepared for an upcoming climate meeting of the US Climate Variability and Predictability Program. This group has an annual summit and this year will have a special science session with papers and...

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