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Science Daily - To evaluate the temperature and precipitation patterns in the area, Thakuri and his colleagues have been analyzing hydro-meteorological data from the Nepal Climate Observatory stations and Nepal's Department of...
May 14, 2013 Germany's Merkel eyes tougher carbon targets
Sydney Morning Herald - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she's confident that European Union member states can agree to more ambitious climate protection targets. Germany is in talks with EU member states including Poland...
May 14, 2013 Ahead of June climate change talks, UN body urges coordinated response to CO2 ‘danger zone’Source: UN News Centre
In the face of “clear and present danger,” the United Nations climate change body is warning that a stepped-up coordinated response is needed to fend off the impacts of climate change after the world’s carbon-dioxide...
May 14, 2013 A Change in TemperatureSource: NY Times
Since 1896, scientists have been trying to answer a deceptively simple question: What will happen to the temperature of the earth if the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere doubles?
May 13, 2013 The high cost of climate change denial (3)
Record Searchlight - You don't have to be a parent to care about children. It has been my observation that most healthy humans will instinctively leap to aid a child in distress, even if that child is unknown to them. My children...
The Business Insider - "There has been a shift in science education over the past 20 or so years," he said ... the Climate Communication Fellow for the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland, explains that part...
May 13, 2013 Study: Climate change will cut habitats by 2080Source: USA Today
Climate change leaves many plants and animals only a few decades to adjust. A study warns that losses of living space will afflict plants and animals worldwide, raising extinction worries.
Mother Nature Network - This year, a series of heavy storms over the U.S. Midwest to the Northeast have dropped up to 400 percent of average snows in some locations, said Jeff Masters, director of meteorology at Weather...
News.Mongabay - For the first time since homo sapiens evolved, concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have struck 400 parts per million (ppm) due to burning fossil fuels. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
This past January, California started capping greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the power and industrial sectors, providing a key victory for climate activists. And from all appearances, the market is flourishing; the price of...
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