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Fracking is getting safer and should present no major environmental problems in New York when the state allows drilling to commence—that’s the headline from a university-funded study released today by the Shale Resources and...
May 17, 2012 Building Business Resilience in a Changing ClimateSource: National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRT)
The capacity of and actions by businesses to adapt to the impacts of changing climate conditions — both average and extreme — will shape Canada’s future economic prosperity.
May 16, 2012 Climate change in the American mind: March 2012Source: National Center for Science Education
The latest survey on the American public's beliefs and attitudes regarding global warming offers few surprises. "Overall," the executive summary of Climate Change in the American Mind: Americans' Global Warming Beliefs and...
May 16, 2012 UB report says fracking getting saferSource: Buffalo News
A new study released today by the University at Buffalo concludes that state oversight and better industry practices have significantly reduced the risk of major environmental problems stemming from drilling high-volume natural...
Source: University of Rochester Newsroom
A team of researchers has taken advantage of the unique circumstances surrounding the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China to examine the link between air pollution and health. The result of their study, published today in the Journal...
Source: The Register.co.uk
Extremist green campaigning group WWF - endorsed by no less a body than the European Space Agency - has stated that economic growth should be abandoned, that citizens of the world's wealthy nations should prepare for poverty and...
Source: USA Today
Hundreds of species of mammals in the Western Hemisphere may not be able to migrate with the projected speed of climate change, according to a new study released Monday.
The amount of plastic trash in the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch" has increased 100-fold during the past 40 years, causing "profound" changes to the marine environment, according to a new study. Scientists from Scripps Institution...
May 9, 2012 Sweltering Earth: Dangerous global warming awaits the planet in next forty years – reportSource: RT.com
Rising carbon dioxide levels will most likely cause the global average temperature to rise two degrees by 2052, the Club of Rome think tank has said in a report. Failure to come up with a coordinated solution to address the issue...
Source: TG Daily
Experiments on how plants respond to climate change may have lulled us into a false sense of security by dramatically underestimating the effects.
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