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BAN Fracking! Depleting and Contaminating Water Supplies in America's Driest Areas Is Wrong.
Environment  (tags: Ban Fracking!, water pollution, environment destruction, ecosystems, Climate Change, Water Supplies, Sustainabililty, Habitat Destruction, wildlife )

- 10 days ago -
Please sign to support a complete ban on fracking in California. Fracking is depleting water supplies in America's driest areas, report shows. From Texas to California, drilling for oil and gas is using billions of gallons of water in the country's...
A Long Winter: Scientists Revive A Frozen Moss After 1500 Years | GND.Com
Environment  (tags: climate change, moss, frozen moss, regrowth of moss after 1500 years, growth in an incubator )

- 18 days ago -
great banks of frozen moss... can stay in place for centuries. In fact, some of the banks have been dated back to 5,000 years ago. These banks are very useful to scientists, who turn to them to find clues about what happened during past climate change
Keep The Oil In The Soil And The Coal In The Hole
Environment  (tags: LINGO, oil in soil, coal in hole, climate change, climate disruption )

- 25 days ago -
If you want to solve a problem, you should go to its root. From page looks rather simple but browse through the rest of the site, lots of useful and helpful information.
Earth Day: Leading Scientists Say 75% of Known Fossil Fuel Reserves Must Stay in the Ground - Video + Article
Environment  (tags: EarthDay, The Earth League, scientists, economists, public statement, climate change, fossil fuels, reserves, divest, KEEP IT IN THE GROUND, 2C°, safety limit, tipping point, carbon emissions, national commitments, global warming, COP21 )

- 35 days ago -
EarthLeague scientists, economists mark Earth Day wi public statement urging leaders to fulfill their commitments to avoid danger point global warming & not breach 2C rise, the safety limit govts agreed to. KEEP IT IN THE GROUND real time oil-use counter
Don't Let Your Shampoo and French Fries Destroy Tropical Forests and Displace Orangutans
Environment  (tags: palm oil, deforestation, climate change, petitions, rainforests )

- 47 days ago -
Global fast-food and packaged-goods companies use palm oil to make everything from french fries to cosmetics to shampoo. But palm oil is a major driver of deforestation and global warming.
Global Warming Is Now Slowing Down the Circulation of the Oceans...With Potentially Dire Consequences
Environment  (tags: Climate Change, Ocean Currents, Slowdown, US, Sea Level Rise, Negative Impacts )

- 63 days ago -
If the trend continues is an especially bad sea level rise for the United States...the country more responsible than any other on Earth for the global warming that we're currently experiencing.
Humankind Threatened By A Fatal Lack of Water, Scientists Warn
Environment  (tags: water, water shortage, agriculture, industry, urbanization, climate change, pollution, waste disposal, humankind, environment, threats )

- 66 days ago -
A recent UN's report warns that within a decade billions of people in tens of countries will be faced with water scarcity.
Help End Climate Change Denial in the Media ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Environment  (tags: Climate Change, protection, rescued, destruction )

- 68 days ago -
There is a major gap between the scientific consensus on climate change and the publics understanding of climate. For Example, only 50 percent of Americans recognize that human activities are mostly to blame.
UN Climate Talks May Boost Small Nuclear Reactors
Environment  (tags: nuclear power, nonukes, climate change, world, politics )

- 70 days ago -
The nuclear industry is getting very enthusiastic about small factory-built reactors, which could help its flagging prospects.
On March 28th - Join Earth Hour and Take a Stand Against Climate Change ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Environment  (tags: Climate Change, worldwide, reduce carbon emission CO2emissions, energy )

- 75 days ago -
Countries around the world are committing to reduce their carbon emissions to tackle climate change. Turn off your lights for Earth Hour on March 28th and join our commitment to creating a better future for the planet.
McConnell Is Now Telling States To Ignore ObamaâEUR(TM)s Carbon Emission Rules
Environment  (tags: Climate Change, Carbon Emissions, EPA, Environment, Politics, Republicans, Mitch McConnell, President Obama )

- 77 days ago -
Continuing his crusade against the Obama administration's regulatory plan to fight climate change, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday told individual states to openly defy the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed rules...
Without Its Rainforest, the Amazon Will Turn to Desert
Environment  (tags: deforestation, Amazon, climate change, environment, destruction, ecosystems, conservation, protection, water, healthconditions, wildlife, world )

- 87 days ago -
We must save the Amazon before it enters a permanent and irreversible dessication.
Warming, Wildfires and Worries
Environment  (tags: Active Citizens, Advancing Deserts, Aid, Biodiversity, Civil Society, Climate Change, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Energy, Environment, Featured, Food & Agriculture, Global, Global Governance, Headlines, IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse, Labour )

- 96 days ago -
World leaders from government, finance, business, science and civil society are attempting to negotiate a legally binding and universal agreement on climate change at the upcoming 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference
The Best Technology for Fighting Climate Change? Trees - The Atlantic
Environment  (tags: Climate Change, oxford university, trees, soil )

- 103 days ago -
But in a new report, Oxford University researchers say that our best hopes might not be so complex. In fact, they are two things we already know how to do: plant trees and improve the soil.
The Climate Science Behind New Englands Historic Blizzard
Environment  (tags: New England, water vapor, Global warming, Nor'easter, snowstorm, Climate Change, Climate Disruption, Climate Science )

- 106 days ago -
One of the most robust scientific findings is the direct connection between global warming and more extreme precipitation or deluges. This means that when it is cold enough to snow, snow storms will be fueled by more water vapor and thus be more intense

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