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April 27, 2017 New study: global warming keeps on keeping onSource: The Guardian
A new paper finds no statistical evidence that global warming slowed down in recent years or that it’s sped up just yet
April 20, 2017 Climate change will fuel terrorism recruitment, report for German foreign office saysSource: The Guardian
Climate change will fuel acts of terrorism and strengthen recruiting efforts by terrorist groups such as Islamic State and Boko Haram, a report commissioned by the German foreign office has found
Source: Nature Geoscience
River piracy—the diversion of the headwaters of one stream into another one—can dramatically change the routing of water and sediment, with a profound effect on landscape evolution. Stream piracy has been investigated in glacial...
A Quinnipiac University poll conducted just 73 days into his presidency shows that 61 percent of voters nationwide disapprove of Trump’s handling of the environment – more than twice as many voters who approve.
Source: Scientific America
An Arctic free of ice and stocked with swamp-loving reptiles. Temperate forests covering Antarctica, thriving on heat that kept them alive through the dark months. Average temperatures along the equator of about 100 degrees...
The transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy “now appears irreversible” as the cost of green power plunges, according to a new report.
Source: USA Today
Air pollution from the manufacture of goods made in one part of the world but used in another killed more than 700,000 people globally in 2007, the most recent year for which figures were available for analysis, according to a...
March 29, 2017 Fracking FailuresSource: Penn Environment
Fracking is dirty and dangerous. From the very beginning of clearing a site for drilling, through the extraction, transport and delivery of natural gas, fracking poses significant risks to our air and water and to human health.
March 24, 2017 This trait shapes your belief in climate change more than your science knowledge doesSource: News Observer
Pew Research Center analysis published Wednesday found that people’s level of science knowledge actually had less to do with their opinions on climate change than something else: how they vote.
Source: The Guardian
Extent of ice over North pole has fallen to a new wintertime low, for the third year in a row, as climate change drives freakish weather
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