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"It is common knowledge in the climate change science community that gov'ts of the world should plan for a one-meter rise in sea levels by the end of this century. What isn't commonly known is that there could be a greater rise than that before 2100."
Neotropical migrants, including Ovenbirds, face a gauntlet of threats as they migrate; large numbers are killed by collisions with buildings and communications towers, and feral and free-ranging pet cats kill many others. Wintering Ovenbirds find refuge->
A mother bear and her cub were relocated Friday after taking refuge in a tree a few blocks from an elementary school in Santa Fe. Officials want to remind people to never feed bears and to remember to take pet food and bird feeders indoors overnight.
We need our political leaders to take action on climate change right now! You can help show support for national climate action by signing Ceres' Climate Declaration--already endorsed by thousands of individuals and more than 600 U.S. companies.
The latest theory says that a naturally-occurring, 30-year cycle in the Atlantic Ocean is behind the slowdown in the rise of global temperatures. Researchers say this slow-moving current could continue to divert heat into the deep seas for another decade.
LaDuke and the riders had completed a day of intense horseback riding from the northern Aitkin County town of Palisade. Palisade is located along the banks of the Mississippi River, where Enbridge plans to place part of the proposed Sandpiper Pipeline.
Do you know you're wearing water? It takes more than 7,600 liters (2,000 gallons) of water to make a single pair of jeans and another 2,460 liters (650 gallons) to make a T-shirt. And you're eating water too.
Researcher Jennifer Hynes recently gave a frightening presentation about the situation in the Arctic and the odds that things will rapidly spiral out of control, escalating into runaway global warming a few decades from now.