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A Tale Told in Maps and Charts: Texas in the National Climate Assessment
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JL
- 921 days ago - texasclimatenews.org
Off the chart: The new National Climate Assessment contains numerous references to Texas' record-setting heat and drought in 2011. Those harsh conditions - the large red dot on this chart- "represent conditions far outside those that have been registered
Research: A New Manhattan Project
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JL
- 926 days ago - organicconsumers.org
A new study by the research firm Bloomberg New Energy Finance has found that unsubsidized renewable energy is now cheaper than fossil fuels like coal and gas. In fact, it's a lot cheaper.
The Enduring Effects of Ozone Depletion
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JL
- 931 days ago - green.blogs.nytimes.com
To get some perspective, the story of the ozone hole over Antarctica illustrates how even a relatively small perturbation in the atmosphere can have wide-reaching and long-lasting consequences.
Sea Urchin Nickel 'Trick' Could Be Key to Capturing Carbon
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JL
- 932 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Researchers say that the natural ability of sea urchins to absorb CO2 could be a model for an effective carbon capture and storage system.
China and Australia Top List of 'Carbon Bomb' Projects
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JL
- 945 days ago - guardian.co.uk
Greenpeace analysis shows 14 planned giant fossil fuel projects will increase global emissions by 20%
Biofuel Production Threatens Air Quality and Crop Yields, Study Finds
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JL
- 962 days ago - guardian.co.uk
Report warns large-scale cultivation of trees for renewable wood fuel would emit high levels of the chemical isoprene
Light Absorption Speeding Arctic Ice Melt
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JL
- 969 days ago - green.blogs.nytimes.com
a new study published this week in the journal Geophysical Research Letters provides a look at a dynamic that may further accelerate the process: the rate at which the ocean underneath the ice absorbs sunlight.
Better Science to Hone Climate Change Warnings
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JL
- 988 days ago - spiegel.de
The next Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change forecasts won't be released until late 2013.But insiders say that thanks to faster computers& better models, the report will offer more precise predictions & adjust anticipated changes in sea levels &
The Most Devastatingly Convincing Pie Chart You'Ve Ever Seen
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JL
- 991 days ago - upworthy.com
Since 1991, there have been 13,950 peer-reviewed articles on human-caused global warming. Only 24 rejected it. That's 0.17% for those of you keeping score.
For Planes, a Climate Antidote: Bypass the Arctic
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JL
- 997 days ago - green.blogs.nytimes.com
Air traffic is the biggest source of pollution in the Arctic. Ever since cross-polar flights became commonplace in the late 1990s, flights crossing the Arctic Circle have risen steadily, surpassing 50,000 in 2010.
Five Degrees of Ruination Scientists Forecast Dramatic Temperature Increase
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JL
- 997 days ago - spiegel.de
The planet must not be allowed to warm beyond 2 degrees Celsius, according to the official targets at the Climate Change Conference in Doha. But a new study shows the goal is far from realistic.Current human activity is set to increase the temperature by

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