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Source: Scientific America
MIAMI—On the job just six months as the chief resilience officer in Florida’s largest county, Jim Murley has gotten pretty good at his climate change 101 speech. It’s out of necessity.
Source: USA Today
If every last crumb of fossil fuel on the planet was burned — all 5.5 trillion tons of the Earth's oil, coal and natural gas now underground — the world could heat up by as much as 18 degrees in the next three centuries,...
Source: Huff Post
The severe heat wave that stifled India last May caused at least 2,300 deaths across the country. It was, according to Jeff Masters, Weather Underground’s director of meteorology, the fifth deadliest heat wave in Earth’s recorded...
Source: ABC News
The amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air jumped by the biggest amount on record last month, a rise amplified by El Nino, scientists say.
While many municipalities have plans to cope with higher temperatures and rising sea levels, few have developed detailed strategies to implement them.
International trade in food has grown markedly in recent decades. Some 20% of food now crosses an international border.
The government of the Canadian province of Ontario plans to spend more than C$7 billion ($5.41 billion) over four years from 2017 in a bid to cut the province’s carbon footprint, the Globe and Mail reported on Monday.
The largest source of deadly air pollution in many parts of the world isn’t cars or power plants—it’s farms. That’s the unsettling conclusion of a study conducted by researchers at Columbia University, who found that agricultural...
May 18, 2016 Why 2016 could be the hottest year in history
Metro International - The prediction of climate scientists and indeed the World Economic Forum is that the involuntary displacement of very large numbers of people is the "new normal" â?? not some temporary "blip" â??...
“As long as the public sector continues to refer to this as the drought, public policy is not going to change, because everyone is going to wait for a good rain,” he said at Fortune’s Brainstorm E conference on Tuesday in...
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