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22/4/2015
With swampy wetlands and alligators as his backdrop, President Barack Obama will use a visit to Florida’s Everglades to warn of the damage that climate change is already inflicting on the nation’s environmental treasures -- and to hammer ...   
22/4/2015
President Obama will visit an ecologically sensitive national park on Wednesday in a politically sensitive state. Obama’s Earth Day trip to the Florida Everglades will be accompanied by historical dedications -- the Miami home of Marjory ...   
22/4/2015
In UN climate circles, the Marshall Islands is mostly known as one of those states that will be swamped by rising sea levels. Its negligible contribution to greenhouse gas emissions makes its heartfelt pleas for ambitious action all too ...   
21/4/2015
It may not be as obvious a climate symbol as the rapidly warming Arctic. But with President Obama’s climate-focused visit on Earth Day, Everglades National Park could take on new significance as a politically potent case study of how global ...   
20/4/2015
In the past several months, there has been much troubling news for all who are concerned about polar bears. Atmospheric CO2 concentrations hit 400 parts per million, higher than any time in perhaps 3 million years. The global average air ...   
20/4/2015
In honor of Earth Day this Wednesday, President Obama’s weekly Saturday morning address to the nation was titled “Climate Change Can No Longer Be Ignored.”He opened with an oblique dig at Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe, head of the Senate ...   
19/4/2015
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, who announced his presidential candidacy last week, told Bob Schieffer of CBS News on Sunday that he does not believe in manmade global warming. Instead, Rubio said he recognizes the climate is changing, but ...   
17/4/2015
This unexpected shot of heat showed up in late 2013 as a discrete orange blob in satellite imagery, and by the end of last summer, sea surface temperatures as far north as the Gulf of Alaska were the highest ever recorded. So too was the global ...   
16/4/2015
Two films concerned with water and environmental activism arrive in New York this week. “Groundswell Rising”, which premieres at the Maysles Theater in Harlem today, is about the struggle to safeguard lakes and rivers from fracking while ...   
16/4/2015
BP's shareholders overwhelmingly supported a resolution on Thursday that would force the company to disclose some of its climate change-related risks. The shareholder vote was extraordinarily lopsided, with about 98% of shareholders approving the ...   
16/4/2015
Japan’s potential climate target of 20% below 2013 emission levels by 2030 has been branded “inadequate” by analysts, who say it’s in line with dangerous levels of global warming. Reports last week in the Nikkei newspaper and Japan Times ...   
15/4/2015
From blooming flowers to twittering birds, the signs of spring are popping up and the miseries of winter are becoming a distant memory for many.But not for some climate scientists.The curiosity of a growing group of researchers ...   
15/4/2015
Climate scientists don't just rely on computer models and contemporary observations to understand the intimate relationship between CO2 in the atmosphere and environmental conditions on Earth. They also look to the ancient past — and two reports ...   
13/4/2015
China is poised to overtake the United States as the main cause of man-made global warming since 1990, the benchmark year for U.N.-led action, in a historic shift that may raise pressure on Beijing to act. China's cumulative greenhouse ...   
11/4/2015
On Sunday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will announce her decision to seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016. While the crowded Republican field has led to questions of how to fit all serious candidates on a debate stage, ...   
9/4/2015
It's National Public Health Week, an important time to connect the dots between human health and climate change. Earlier this week, nearly 1,000 doctors, nurses, researchers and other health professionals from 49 states, Puerto Rico, and ...   
9/4/2015
They call it the Great Dying because it was the biggest mass extinction in history, and now scientists have discovered the first hard evidence that ocean acidification was the coup de grace that killed off more than 90 per cent of marine life 252 ...   
8/4/2015
World leaders are once again racing to avert disastrous levels of global warming through limits on greenhouse gas emissions. An agreement may be in reach, but because of the vast supplies of inexpensive fossil fuels, protecting the world from ...   
7/4/2015
Journalists love a counterintuitive story, like when a Democrat criticizes unions or a Republican endorses gay marriage. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), with his idiosyncratic libertarianism, provides them with a lot of good stories, like his opposition ...   
6/4/2015
The glaciers of western Canada, one of the world’s most picturesque mountain regions, are likely to largely melt away over just three generations, scientists have warned. By 2100, the glaciers of Alberta and British Columbia are set to ...   
6/4/2015
Among the most contentious of issues in Washington right now is the issue of climate change. While both Republicans and Democrats in the Senate voted on an Amendment stating the “climate change is not a hoax,” that is pretty much the last thing ...   
6/4/2015
Residents of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Corvallis, Oregon, are far more likely to believe that global warming is happening than people in Casper, Wyoming, and Dothan, Alabama. These findings can be explored in a new study and interactive ...   
6/4/2015
Melting ice in Greenland and Antarctica get far more attention, but mountain glaciers around the world -- in the Rockies, the Andes, the Himalayas and other ranges -- are melting as well as the planet heats up. All told, say climate modelers, the ...   
5/4/2015
If there is anything the rib-tickling trope on climate change has taught the world recently, it is that Miami as the future Venice is not such a terrible idea. If you can still throw snowballs in the senate floor like Sen. James Inhofe did in ...   
3/4/2015
A day after California imposed mandatory water restrictions to battle a four-year drought, a new study on global warming suggests the worst is yet to come. The average number of days with temperatures higher than 95 degrees Fahrenheit ...   

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