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Infographic: Sea Level Rise and Global Warming
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JL
- 305 days ago - ucsusa.org
Sea level is rising -- and at an accelerating rate -- especially along the U.S. East Coast and Gulf of Mexico.
4% of Global Warming Due to Dams, Says New Research
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JL
- 310 days ago - internationalrivers.org
Large dams may be one of the single most important contributors to global warming, releasing 104 million metric tonnes of methane each year.This estimate was recently published in a peer-reviewed journal by Ivan Lima and colleagues from Brazil's National
Block Copolymers -- A New Path in Organic Photovoltaics WRITTEN BY SANDRA HENDERSON | 03 JUNE 2013
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Ruth
- 311 days ago - solarnovus.com
'The Rice/Penn State teams are now designing and synthesising new block copolymers for OPVs to optimise performance. "We are also carrying out more optical and electronic measurements to understand how charge separation happens in our materials and....'
Who Discovered These 5 Environmental Nightmares?
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JL
- 325 days ago - takepart.com
Meet the modern-day Einsteins credited with identifying acid rain, global warming, dead zones, ozone holes, and plastic garbage patches.
With Rising Seas, America's Birthplace Could Disappear
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Marty
- 331 days ago - npr.org
The first successful English colony in America was at Jamestown, Va., a swampy island in the Chesapeake Bay. The colony endured for almost a century, and remnants of the place still exist
World's Fish Have Been Moving to Cooler Waters for Decades, Study Finds
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JL
- 334 days ago - washingtonpost.com
The research, published in the journal Nature, provides more evidence of a rapidly warming planet and has broad repercussions for fish harvests around the globe.
Conservation Groups Applaud Release of BLM Climate Study and Urge Agency to Put Lessons to Immediate Use
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JL
- 394 days ago - earthjustice.org
A long-awaited study on the impacts of climate change on the Colorado Plateau has been released, and conservationists are calling on the Bureau of Land Management to begin using this data in their public lands management decisions.
Miami's Ultimate Vice May Be Its Proximity to Water
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JL
- 400 days ago - takepart.com
South Florida's coastline is particularly susceptible to the effect of climate change on rising sea levels.
A Tale Told in Maps and Charts: Texas in the National Climate Assessment
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JL
- 420 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
- 425 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
- 430 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
- 431 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.
World Seed Banks Get Funds to Tackle Climate, Other Threats
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JL
- 436 days ago - trust.org
* Funding to secure stores of 700,000 seeds of food crops * Salt-resistant rice helped Sri Lanka after tsunami
 

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