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January 28, 2016 Four Graphics (And A Book) That Help Explain Climate ChangeSource: Huff Post
Though blizzards and cold snaps may have made you forget the news from last week, 2015 was the warmest year in NASA’s global temperature record, which dates back to 1880. During a January 2016 press conference (see the slides...
January 27, 2016 Switch to Clean Energy Can Be Fast and CheapSource: Scientific America
Wind and sunshine could power most of the United States by 2030 without raising electricity prices, according to a new study from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Colorado, Boulder
January 26, 2016 Study shows fracking leads to falling property valueSource: Duke Chronicle
The value of homes sharply declines when fracking takes place in neighborhoods, according to a new Duke study published in the American Economic Review.
January 25, 2016 By 2050, our oceans will hold more plastic than fishSource: USA Today
Use of plastic has increased 20-fold in the past half-century; production of the ubiquitous material is expected to double again in the next 20 years (and nearly quadruple over the next 50). And, CNN Money reports, nearly a third...
January 21, 2016 U.S. News Unveils 2016 Best Countries RankingsSource: US News
What makes a country the best? Is it leadership? Military might? Economic strength? A rich and deep vein of culture and history? Freedom, a stable government and transparency when it comes to business and the political process?
Source: Washington Post
The bars in red on the graph below are the 20 hottest years on human record. There were hotter years, like when the Earth was still mostly molten rock. But since mankind has had the capability to actually measure temperatures...
Source: The Guardian
Over-regulation was listed as the biggest threat to business (by 79% of CEOs), followed by geopolitical uncertainty (74%) and other key threats including cyber attacks (61%).
Source: Press TV
The international group said in a Wednesday report that a total of 293 – or 80 percent – of the 366 cities whose data it analyzed did not meet China’s own air quality standards in 2015.
January 19, 2016 Global warming strikes deep into oceans – studySource: New Vision
The oceans have soaked up as much heat from global warming over the last two decades as during the preceding 130 years, according to a study published Monday.While this accelerated absorption has helped keep human habitats...
January 19, 2016 Extreme weather lowers global crop yield
EarthSky - A study published in the journal Nature on January 7, 2016, provides evidence that historic trends of extreme weather lowers crop production at a global scale.
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