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POLICY: Why Don't Climate Change Adaptation Strategies Include Population Growth?
Environment  (tags: CLIMATE CHANGE, POLICIES, CHANGING ATTITUDES, PROTECTING THE EARTH, HUMANS, POPULATION )

Ruth Ann
- 374 days ago - eenews.net
A VERY IMPORTANT READ! While developed nations are largely responsible for global warming, the burden of climate change is often placed on the shoulders of the world's poorest countries --
Neil DeGrasse Tyson To Science Deniers: 'Science Is Not There For You To Cherry Pick'
Science & Tech  (tags: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Science, Climate Change, Cosmos )

Brian
- 380 days ago - thinkprogress.org
"Tyson also said he hopes Cosmos, which premiered March 9, can help Americans learn how to decipher scientific facts from political spin and that it can help Americans become better stewards of the Earth."
Why I Must Speak Out About Climate Change
Environment  (tags: James Hansen, science, climate change, evidence )

Dandelion
- 381 days ago - ted.com
Top climate scientist James Hansen tells the story of his involvement in the science of and debate over global climate change. In doing so he outlines the overwhelming evidence that change is happening and why that makes him deeply worried.
Slope & Change: The Ski Industry Struggles to Get Its Act Together on Global Warming
Business  (tags: Business, ski industry, climate change, globalwarming )

Roseann
- 385 days ago - grist.org
Business leaders say they're serious about taking the climate fight to Washington. But judging from the friends they're making there, global warming isn't their most pressing concern.
Add Newly Discovered Ancient Giant Viruses To List Of Pathogens Benefiting From Climate Change
Health & Wellness  (tags: Climate Change, Public Health, Virus, Disease )

Brian
- 386 days ago - thinkprogress.org
"With climate change warming the planet and taking the "perma" out of permafrost in many polar regions, scientists may begin to unearth more previously undiscovered viruses, not all of which will be as benign as this new one, dubbed Pithovirus sibericum."
Key Food Crops Head to Arctic "Doomsday Vault"
Science & Tech  (tags: Doomsday Vault, Svalbard, Norway, Arctic Circle, Genetic Resources Center, food crops, climate change, climate catastrophe, anthropogenic )

Brian
- 386 days ago - bbc.com
"More than 20,000 crops from more than 100 nations have arrived at a "Doomsday vault" in the Arctic Circle.The latest delivery coincides with the sixth anniversary of the frozen depository in Svalbard, which now houses more than 800,000 samples."
Merkel & Cameron Stop Drinking Tea With Queen - There's a #Climate Crisis to Sort Out!
World  (tags: UK, Merkel, Cameron, visit, EU climate targets, London, youthgroups, climate change, science )

Angelika
- 392 days ago - ukycc.org
As Angela Merkel visits the UK today ahead of EU leaders deciding Europe's 2030 climate targets next month, UK youth staged an action to sound the alarm for climate action as she arrived to address the Houses of Parliament.
This Old Trick Used By Climate Science Deniers Still Works
Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, climate change, deniers, protection )

Cher
- 403 days ago - transitionvoice.com
And now PR agencies are at it again to protect a new generation of corporate bad guys from an angry public.
Report Lists Top Scientists Who Lost Jobs Due to Federal Cuts (Canada)
Science & Tech  (tags: Canada, climate change, government, health, oceans, science )

Julie
- 403 days ago - thetyee.ca
A new report , "Vanishing Science," details cuts to science programs and the thousands of federal scientists that once inspected meat, measured climate change or monitored losses in ocean diversity that have been axed from federal payrolls.
Denmark Is About To Set Even More Ambitious Climate Goals Than All Of Europe
World  (tags: government, politics, world, climate change, greenhouse gases, global warming, Denmark, goodnews, environment, pollution )

Michael
- 403 days ago - thinkprogress.org
Agreement in Denmark's parliament this week cleared the way for passage of climate targets that would outstrip the recent goals set by the European Union.
Thorium Nuclear Reactor Trial Begins, Could Provide Cleaner, Safer, Almost-Waste-Free Energy
Science & Tech  (tags: thorium, energy, reactor trials, Norway, clean energy, climate change, abundant element )

Brian
- 405 days ago - extremetech.com
"At a test site in Norway, Thor Energy has successfully created a thorium nuclear reactor. In one fell swoop, thorium fuel, which is safer, less messy to clean up, and not prone to nuclear weapons proliferation, could..."
New York Times Op-Ed 'The Dustbowl Returns' Never Mentions Climate Change
Business  (tags: corporate media, New York Times, media bias, misinformation, environmental issues, environmental justice, Dust Bowl returns, Climate Change )

Brian
- 408 days ago - thinkprogress.org
"In yet another example of how the New York Times is mis-covering the story of the century, it published an entire op-ed on the return of the Dust Bowl with no mention whatsoever of climate change."
Climate Change Has Polar Bears on Egg Diet
Science & Tech  (tags: Arctic, climate change, Canada, polar bears, birds, environment, discovery, global warming, research, study )

Michael
- 410 days ago - cbc.ca
Shrinking Arctic sea ice has left polar bears scrambling to find food, and they've taken to eggs in a big way, unfortunately for the birds.
CLIMATE CHANGE: Arctic's 'Layer Cake' Atmosphere Blamed for Rapid Warming
Environment  (tags: CLIMATE CHANGE, globalwarming, environment, ecosystems, science, weather, healthconditions, habitat, habitatdestruction )

Cal
- 415 days ago - news.yahoo.com
The Arctic is leading a race with few winners, warming twice as fast as the rest of the Earth. Loss of snow and ice, which reflect the sun's energy, is usually blamed for the Arctic temperature spike.
Fungi, People and Climate Change Threaten Sea Turtle Nests
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, climate change, discovery, environment, interesting, news, Real Jardín Botánico-CSIC in Madrid, research, science, world )

Kayleen
- 416 days ago - sciencenews.org
All of the world's seven sea turtle species are endangered and could go extinct due to being hunted and polluted by people. Now they're being killed by pathogens and climate change. Logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
 

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