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Moving Up: Climate Change Forces Species to Higher Elevations
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Technology, animals, biodiversity, climate change, environment, global warming )

Scarlett
- 1905 days ago - treehugger.com
Mount Kinabalu on the island of Borneo is a major center of biodiversity. The large range of elevation creates unique habitat conditions from lower to higher elevations, leading to a rich diversity of life.
Long May You Run: Neil Young's Eco-Lincoln
Science & Tech  (tags: Green Cars, CO2 emissions, Global Warming )

Ben
- 1975 days ago - nytimes.com
Neil Young has assembled a team to turn a nearly 20-foot-long, 5,000-pound 1959 Lincoln Continental into a vehicle that will run on natural gas, electricity or some other form of clean energy.
Air-Powered Car: Zero Emissions!
Science & Tech  (tags: Sustainability, Zero CO2 emissions, Environment, Global warming )

Ben
- 1980 days ago - popularmechanics.com
India's largest automaker is set to start producing the world's first commercial air-powered vehicle. The Air Car, developed by ex-Formula One engineer Guy Nègre for Luxembourg-based MDI, uses compressed air, as opposed to the gas-and-oxygen explosions...
Birds Migrate Earlier, But Some May Be Left Behind As The Climate Warms Rapidly
Science & Tech  (tags: global warming, ecosystems, environment, endangered, globalwarming, CO2emissions, destruction, climate-change, climate, animals )

Marty
- 2124 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Many birds are arriving earlier each spring as temperatures warm along the East Coast of the United States. However, the farther those birds journey, the less likely they are to keep pace with the rapidly changing climate.
Permafrost Threatened By Rapid Retreat of Arctic Sea Ice
Science & Tech  (tags: permafrost, global warming )

Ian
- 2134 days ago - ucar.edu
The rate of climate warming over northern Alaska, Canada, and Russia could more than triple during periods of rapid sea ice loss, according to a new study led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).
The Greening of Southie ....Film Clip
Science & Tech  (tags: Green, Green Designs, Environment, recycle, reuse, habitat, global warming, Too Many People, overpopulation, neuter human-animals, spay people )

Victoria
- 2179 days ago - sundancechannel.com
The story of Boston's 1st residential "green" building--featuring a sloping grass roof & recycled materials--and how it united a traditionally working-class neighborhood. (2007 Doc Film)
Narwhals More at Risk to Arctic Warming Than Polar Bears
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, environment, whales, global warming, ocean )

Dee
- 2180 days ago - usatoday.com
WASHINGTON -- The polar bear has become an icon of global warming vulnerability, but a new study found an Arctic mammal that may be even more at risk to climate change: the narwhal.
Global Warming Not a Cosmic Swindle
Science & Tech  (tags: global warming, man-made, greenhouse gases, skeptics, solar activity, cosmic, clouds, sun, heat, live science, breakthroughs )

LL
- 2196 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Skeptics who argue that global warming is caused by cosmic rays rather than man-made greenhouse gases have been dealt another blow. Some who question the human-induced global warming scenario argue that changes in the intensity of these rays, which are ca
WattzOn - The Consequences of Our Consumption
Science & Tech  (tags: energy, electricity, global warming, genius )

Matthew
- 2213 days ago - wattzon.org
The average American uses 11400 Watts of power continuously. What are the consequences of us all using this much power? Saul Griffith (kitesurfer and winner of a 2007 MacArthur "genius" grant) presents the next Inconvenient Truth.
Curbing Soot Could Blunt Global Warming: Study
Science & Tech  (tags: black carbon, soot, stmosphere, global warming, climate change, biofuels, India, Ganges River, carbon emissions, forests, burning, carbon dioxide, China )

LL
- 2214 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Sharply reducing the amount of black carbon -- commonly known as soot -- in the atmosphere could help slow global warming and buy precious time in the long-term fight against climate change, according to a study released Sunday. Curbing soot emissions
University Funding Pulled For Anti-Biofuel Research : Gas 2.0
Science & Tech  (tags: agriculture, alternative fuels, biofuel, business, cellulosic ethanol, corn, ethanol, global warming, grain, industry, research, science, transportation, university )

Clayton
- 2232 days ago - gas2.org
Two soybean growers' groups have suspended $1.5 million in funding from the University of Minnesota, due to research showing that biofuels could worsen global warming.
Scientists Unearth Fossils of 1-Ounce Primate in Mississippi
Science & Tech  (tags: massive, global warming, of 55 million years ago, land-bridge, once connected Asia and Alaska, conditions were tropical )

Eleanora
- 2233 days ago - blog.wired.com
Researchers uncovered the 55.8 million year-old fossil remains of a tiny monkey, the oldest primate ever found in Europe or North America, near the coast of Mississippi.The discovery sheds light both on the origins of monkeys in North America and on the c
Pentagon Urges Bush To Stop Global Warming Or Humans Face Hell
Science & Tech  (tags: Pentagon, Bush, disasters, global warming )

Ben
- 2243 days ago - blogmyway.org
You probably have had read articles where scientists depict the futuristic horrors such as urban cities near the west and east coasts sink to the bottom of the ocean, extreme storms and flood, diseases spreading like never before, and the date is set to b
The Dead Zones
Science & Tech  (tags: dead zone, water, ocean, global warming, toxic, crab, fish migration )

Ben
- 2249 days ago - blogmyway.org
Graveyards of crabs and the ghost towns under the ocean where no fish, the residents, can be found. Team of scientists used underwater vehicle and they captured images of vast amount of dead crabs littered parts of the west coast of the United States. T
Antarctic Marine Life Threatened By Crab Invasion
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, crabs, killer crabs, disvoery, antarctic marine life, global warming )

Simone
- 2250 days ago - independent.co.uk
An army of shell-crushing crabs is poised to invade parts of the Antarctic Ocean that were off limits to the crustaceans for millions of years because of the intensely cold water. Scientists believe that, as global warming causes sea temperatures in
 

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