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June 20, 2013 Keeping coal in the ground, where it belongs
On Line Opinion - So how does the news media respond to this devastating assertion that we need ... We are going to continue to use coal and gas. Do you seriously think that all these reserves will stay in the ground'" Professor...
June 19, 2013 Climate Change, Fugitive Methane, and Natural Gas
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Source: Washington Post
The World Bank is beginning to commit billions of dollars to flood prevention, water management and other projects to help major Asian cities avoid the expected impact of climate change, a dramatic example of how short the...
June 18, 2013 Global Climate Change Effects On Animals: Half Of Bird Species Could Vanish, Says New Research [REPORT]
isciencetimes.com - A puffin is seen on Runde, a Norwegian island with an enormous seabird population of between 500,000 and 700,000. Climate change puts bird populations, like the puffinâs, especially at risk of extinction...
June 18, 2013 How do you make a city climate-proof'
MSN News - A sampling of cities around the world and what they are doing to prepare for the climatic forces that scientists say are being unleashed by global warming: In a country where two-thirds of the population lives below...
June 18, 2013 The fracker’s quest: More waterSource: National Geographic
DENVER – Hydraulic fracturing (aka fracking) has recast the U.S.’s energy future, but it’s also shining a light on fragile water supplies, which could crimp the industry’s growth. The pinch is especially strong on shale energy...
Source: Nature World News
Many studies have focused on the effects of global warming, Now, researchers have shown that a phenomenon called "global cooling" that occurred about 116 million years ago was associated with the loss of marine life. The study...
President Barack Obama has vowed to tackle climate change in his second term, but so far has not acted to strengthen a tool that does not require backing from Congress - the National Environmental Policy Act.
Moscow Times - BONN, Germany â It was a historic moment in UN climate talks: with most countries in favor and only a group of OPEC members objecting, the German environment minister chairing the conference banged down her...
June 17, 2013 Global warming threatens forests, study says
CNN - According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a scientific intergovernmental body, concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are now at their highest levels for at least 650,000 years. Scientists on...
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