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24/7/2016
PRESIDENT DUTERTE is no climate change denier. In fact, in his very first Cabinet meeting, he declared: “Climate change is here. We were warned several years ago.” He proceeded to underscore the vulnerability of our country to the effects of ...   
24/7/2016
It`s a tad faint, but a smudge of smoke is clearly visible in the image below, captured by a spacecraft in deep space This image was acquired by the EPIC camera on NOAA`s DSCOVR spacecraft when it was 975,074 miles from Earth on July 21, ...   
24/7/2016
Climate change barely featured at the US Republican National Convention in Cleveland, except in Donald Trump`s coded attack on the clean power plan. This week it`s the Democrats` turn in Philadelphia and you can expect building a low ...   
24/7/2016
A huge wildfire in the Los Angeles area spread another 2,000 acres overnight and appeared to have killed a motorist whose remains were found in a charred vehicle in the fire's path, officials said on Sunday. This brought to 22,000 acres ...   
24/7/2016
The frigid plains of northern Siberia are becoming a hotspot for mysterious geological phenomena. Over the past couple of years, sudden craters have been exploding from the permafrost-laden ground. Last month, we reported on a giant chasm in the ...   
24/7/2016
A global agreement on cutting the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) - potent greenhouse gases used in aerosols, refrigerants and air conditioning - seems within grasp, delegates said on Sunday after ten days of talks on climate change in ...   
24/7/2016
When negotiators from nearly 200 countries gathered outside Paris in December for the United Nations summit meeting on climate change, they reached the first agreement to take action on curbing their planet-warming pollution.This weekend ...   
24/7/2016
A "hoax." A "con job." "Bull----." These are among the phrases Donald Trump has used in recent years to express his contempt for the science of climate change. And while the new Republican presidential nominee is out of step with much of ...   
24/7/2016
A wildfire in the Santa Clarita Valley area has grown to more than 20,000 acres, prompting new evacuations Saturday for hundreds of homes in canyon areas, authorities said. The evacuation order was issued about 3:15 p.m. for residents in ...   
24/7/2016
A huge toxic algae bloom in Utah has closed one of the largest freshwater lakes west of the Mississippi River, sickening more than 100 people and leaving farmers scrambling for clean water for days during the hottest part of the ...   
24/7/2016
Millions of holidaying scuba divers are able to become citizen scientists and take vital measurements of ocean temperatures, which are being driven up by climate change. More than 90 percent of the heat trapped by global warming goes ...   
24/7/2016
North American forests will not fight climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide at levels once hoped for because the trees may not grow big enough, a study said. The new research challenges previous studies that said trees could grow ...   
24/7/2016
Ireland is facing a classic conflict, pitching economic growth targets against the need for action on climate change. On one hand, Ireland’s planners want to see significant growth in its food and agriculture industry – a sector that is ...   
24/7/2016
Wisconsin attorney general Brad Schimel has appointed five attorneys to a new solicitor general's office. Above, Schimel attends an election night party for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in ...   
23/7/2016
Jim Hayward slips on a hard hat and pops open an umbrella before stepping into a storm of angry gulls. Hayward, a seabird biologist based on Protection Island in the Strait of Juan de Fuca, is making his evening rounds through the ...   
23/7/2016
The zero-fuel aeroplane, Solar Impulse, has left the Egyptian capital, Cairo, on the last leg of its global tour.The aircraft should take about 48 hours to reach Abu Dhabi, UEA - the place it began the circumnavigation in March ...   
23/7/2016
The Indonesian government on Friday bestowed the annual Adipura Awards to 143 cities and districts across the country. The awards, conceived as an incentive for local governments to commit to green and clean management, were presented in Siak, ...   
23/7/2016
For those struggling to cope with Britain’s minor heatwave it’s an unfathomable idea, but temperatures in Kuwait reached 54C last week, a record for the eastern hemisphere and possibly the entire planet. A weather station in Mitribah, a ...   
23/7/2016
Attempts to stop a pipeline oil spill from flowing down a major river in Saskatchewan failed Friday and new steps were being taken to try to contain the slick. A government official said booms placed on the North Saskatchewan River by ...   
23/7/2016
Authorities are building a new containment boom to fight an oil spill in a major western Canadian river, officials said on Saturday, after the spill breached a previous barrier and threatened the drinking water of several communities along the ...   
23/7/2016
A fifth of the global warming that has occurred in the past 150 years has been missed by historical records due to quirks in how global temperatures were recorded, a new Nasa study has claimed. Experts say the controversial study helps ...   
22/7/2016
Northeastern B.C. is now home to 45 abandoned oil and gas sites, according to the province's energy regulator. They're dubbed "orphan sites," abandoned by parent companies that go bust and take off before capping or cleaning up their ...   
22/7/2016
Forests take up 25 to 30 percent of human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide--a strong greenhouse gas--and therefore are considered to play a crucial role in mitigating the speed and magnitude of climate change. However, a new study that ...   
22/7/2016
Extreme heat waves like the current string of scorching days in the Midwest have become more frequent worldwide in the last 60 years, and climate scientists expect that human-caused global warming will exacerbate the dangerous trend in coming ...   
22/7/2016
In 1987, the Montreal Protocol set the ozone layer on the path to recovery. In 2016, it could take a bite out of greenhouse gas emissions. Officials convened in Vienna this week to amend the Montreal Protocol, which phased out ...   

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