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May 26, 2015 Carbon pricing ‘inevitable’ – World Bank climate envoy

Source: RTCC

The World Bank’s top climate change official says it is inevitable that more countries and businesses will start pricing the costs associated with greenhouse gas emissions.

May 22, 2015 Save rainforests or they will worsen climate change, warns ex-WWF chief

Source: The Guardian

Top environmentalist says areas of rainforest the size of Switzerland are lost each year and point of no return will be reached if politicians keep ignoring problem

May 21, 2015 Obama: climate change poses risk to U.S. military, national security

Source: Reuters

Rising seas, thawing permafrost and longer wildfires caused by warmer global temperatures threaten U.S. military bases and will change the way the U.S. armed services defend the country, President Barack Obama is set to say on...

May 20, 2015 As States Ready Disaster Plans, Feds Urge Them To Consider Climate Change - text/audio

Source: NPR

The Atlantic hurricane season starts next month — a time when coastal states have their disaster plans at the ready. Now, the federal government wants states to consider the potential effects of climate change in those blueprints.

May 19, 2015 Ocean Microbes Can Influence Atmosphere - What Does This Mean For Climate Change?

Source: Tech Times

Ocean microbes could influence the atmosphere, according to a new study. This new finding could alter how climate models are produced and interpreted, as well as our understanding of climate change.

May 18, 2015 Disappearing Lake Powell underlines drought crisis facing Colorado river

Source: The Guardian

As water levels plummet to 45% in America’s second-largest reservoir, new islands appear – and fears grow for a waterway that serves 40 million people.

May 18, 2015 Earth Wins Time as Land and Seas Absorb More Carbon


LONDON—Half of all the carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels remain in the atmosphere. The good news is that only half remain in the atmosphere, while the rest have been taken up by the living world and then absorbed into...

May 18, 2015 Seattle 'kayaktavists' plan civil disobedience against Shell Oil

Source: CS Monitor

Shell Oil rigs are in Seattle, on their way to Alaska for offshore drilling. Hundreds of protesters paddling nearby are planning acts of civil disobedience in hopes of preventing damage to the Arctic and the effects of climate...

May 18, 2015 Geoengineering is fast and cheap, but not the key to stopping climate change


Lowering the planet’s temperature with sulphate aerosols could cost less than $10bn a year, but would leave future generations with a double catastrophe

May 14, 2015 Beyond California: The Worst Droughts In American History

Source: Forbes

senior hydrologist for California says the state’s ongoing drought will become more severe—at least in the San Joaquin River Valley—than any similar-length drought of the past century.

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