Climate change means drastic and long-term effects like rising sea levels and the increased likelihood of extreme weather events. But across the world... Read more: Video, Connect the Dots Climate Change Effects, Climate Change Effects, Connect the Dots Climate Change, Climate Change, Climate-Change, Connect the Dots Climate Change Impacts, Connect the Dots Warming, Climate...
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From Tanya Lewis, LiveScience Staff Writer: Extreme weather events have been on the rise in the last few decades, and man-made climate change may be causing them by interfering with global air-flow patterns, according to new research. The Northern Hemisphere has taken a beating from extreme weather in recent years — the 2003 European heat wave, the 2010 Pakistan flood and...
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The waves are slowly seeping over the islands of the Pacific nation, which is at the frontline of the climate change-induced rise in sea levels striking low-lying nations all over the world
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The latest report on climate change came out on Friday and the news isn't good.The study was released in Science magazine and it examines climate research done at Oregon State University (OSU). The geological team there combined...
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Global Warming Gases Spike in 2012, packing in the second highest yearly amount recorded yet, reports Alex Kirby at Climate News Network, while fellow CNN colleague Paul Brown noted that no one seems to have noticed it, or its grave implications .... Earth year 40,009 AD: "Fascinating!" observed Gznork, one tendril caressing his data pack as a few of his eyes swivelled...
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"The Kiplinger Letter" recently forecasted erratic weather, protracted heat waves, extreme drought, rising floodwaters and worsening storm damage as a "mounting threat to the economy." The segment, en
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MONDAY, Feb. 25 (HealthDay News) -- Although the specter of climate change typically raises concerns about acute events such as hurricanes, droughts and heat waves, new research suggests that global warming may have a much broader chronic impact: the permanent unraveling of worker productivity due to extreme and enduring heat stress.The problem: As greenhouse gas emissions...
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By News staffPROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Nearly every week when Congress is in session, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse has stood on the Senate floor to deliver a speech on the dangers of climate change. If Congress doesn't act quickly, Whitehouse warns, global warming will lead to more air pollution, rising oceans, disease-carrying ticks and mosquitoes, Sandy-like storms and a wave of...
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Tonight, Star environmental reporter Tony Davis will be live-blogging a panel discussion at the University of Arizona concerning a new report on climate change in the Southwest whose top edito…
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The Prince of Wales, who has warned about irreversible damage caused by global warming, holds private meeting with the Energy Secretary and climate change minister.
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