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The Climate Name Change - Take Action Petition
Environment  (tags: Hurricane, climate deniers, World Meteorological Organization, extreme storms, change name, climate change name )

Dandelion
- 334 days ago - climatenamechange.org
The science is clear: global warming is happening faster than ever and humans are responsible. Since 1954, the World Meteorological Organization has been naming extreme storms after people. We think it's time to name the storms after the climate deniers.
FEMA: 'We Are Still in Response Mode' --- Video!
Environment  (tags: animals, climate-change, CO2emissions, destruction, ecosystems, environment, globalwarming, FEMA, habitatdestruction, healthconditions, hurricane, New England )

Kit
- 635 days ago - commondreams.org
FEMA speaks on the efforts currently under way to help bring aid and relief to those in the North East hit by Hurricane Sandy. Short video.
Irene Destroys Sea Turtle Nests Up and Down FL Coast
Environment  (tags: animals, climate-change, hurricane, irene, sea turtle, nests, florida, destruction, conservation, endangered, environment, habitat, habitatdestruction, nature, oceans, protection, wildlife, weather )

Lindsey
- 1062 days ago - reptilechannel.com
Though this article mainly focuses on the nests hit in FL, turtles nests all along the East Coast have been destroyed by Hurricane Irene. Such a shame... :( The hurricane damaged or destroyed a whole host of sea turtle nests and killed unhatched eggs.
Danielle Becomes Hurricane in Atlantic
Environment  (tags: Danielle, hurricane, Atlantic, environment, Tropical Storm )

Anna
- 1433 days ago - edition.cnn.com
The National Hurricane Center has upgraded Tropical Storm Danielle to a hurricane, the second of the Atlantic season.Danielle was still far out to sea late Monday afternoon, moving west-northwest at about 17 mph and carrying top sustained winds of 75 mph,
Did Hurricane Katrina Cause a Dolphin Baby Boom?
Environment  (tags: Wildlife, Environment, Dolphins, Hurricane, Species, Discovery )

Alisa
- 1562 days ago - treehugger.com
Photo: fotolen While Hurricane Katrina may have been among the most devastating natural disasters to strike the US, a recently published study reveals that the storm may have lead to a baby boom for dolphins along the Gulf coast.
Ida Kills 54 in El Salvador, Heads for U.S. Gulf Coast
Environment  (tags: hurricane, Gulf of Mexico, nature, environment, destruction )

Lone
- 1723 days ago - cnn.com
MIAMI, Florida (CNN) -- A hurricane watch was issued Sunday for the U.S. Gulf Coast as Hurricane Ida moved through the Yucatan Channel heading into Gulf waters, the National Hurricane Center said.
Hurricane Jimena Makes Landfall on Baja California
Environment  (tags: hurricane, category 4 storm, hits Baja Ca )

Lone
- 1789 days ago - mail.com
Hurricane Jimena plowed over Baja California on Wednesday, tearing off roofs, knocking down power poles and bringing welcome rainfall to a drought-stricken state.
Mexico Tries to Evacuate Thousands Ahead of Jimena
Environment  (tags: mexico, evacuations, hurricane, Category 5, environment )

Lone
- 1791 days ago - washingtonpost.com
LOS CABOS, Mexico -- Tourists fled resorts at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula as Hurricane Jimena roared their way Tuesday, but many slum dwellers concerned about
Hurricane Bill Blamed in Deaths in Maine, Fla.
Environment  (tags: hurricane, drowned, man, child, nature, humans, water, weather )

Lone
- 1799 days ago - news.yahoo.com
PORTLAND, Maine - A large wave fueled by Hurricane Bill swept a group of surf-watchers into the sea at a Maine park Sunday, including a 7-year-old girl who died after the Coast Guard pulled her from the churning waters.
Sign Petition: Don't Forget Hurricane Katrina
Environment  (tags: Hurricane, Katrina, New, Orleans, americans, nature, disaster, environment, destruction, climate, humans, protection, society, government, politics )

Tom
- 1805 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
New Orleans has come a long way in four years. Hurricane Katrina's anniversary celebrates the rebuilding that's already happened, but it is also a time to honor the lives lost to Katrina and to remind the rest of America the work here is far from done.
Hurricane Bill Strengthens in Atlantic on Track to Bermuda; Weakening Ana Could Drench Haiti
Environment  (tags: weather, climate-change, hurricane, bill, may, hit, eastern coast )

Lone
- 1805 days ago - blog.taragana.com
The first hurricane of this year's Atlantic season was gaining strength far off in the ocean Monday, while the Florida Panhandle and Alabama were soaked
Where Have All The Bahamian Flamingos Gone?
Environment  (tags: animals, environment, climate, destruction, wildlife, habitat, hurricane )

Tom
- 2142 days ago - reuters.com
The Bahamian island of Great Inagua is known for its 60,000-strong flamingo flock and its salt plant. Now some Bahamians wonder if they might end up losing both after Hurricane Ike ripped across the island last week causing millions of dollars in damage.
Thousands in Texas Flee Hurricane Ike
Environment  (tags: hurricane, hurricane ike, ike, texas, evacuation )

Alison
- 2147 days ago - nytimes.com
Tens of thousands of people fled coastal areas of Texas on Wednesday after Hurricane Ike spun off Cuba, roared into the Gulf of Mexico and headed toward the state with growing strength.
New Orleans Economy: More Questions Than Answers
Environment  (tags: New Orleans, Katrina, business, hurricane, economy, money, disasterhumans, environment, weather, environment )


- 2520 days ago - katc.com
NEW ORLEANS -- In the nightmarish weeks after Hurricane Katrina and subsequent flooding destroyed a large chunk of New Orleans, many residents saw a silver lining: a chance for the city to rebuild its economy, the way it wanted, largely from scratch.
Tourists Flee Hurricane Dean's Wrath
Environment  (tags: weather, nation, hurricane, tourists, deaths, oil company, natural disastershumans, destruction, environment, animals, weather, world )


- 2533 days ago - news.aol.com
TULUM, Mexico (Aug. 20) -- Hurricane Dean headed for a collision course with Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on Monday, forcing the state-run oil company to abandon its off-shore rigs, and sending tourists fleeing for the airports and locals searching for
 

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