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10.04.2017 Climate Change Will Thaw 20 percent More Permafrost than We Thought
Permafrost is far more sensitive to rising global temperatures than previously thought, scientists have discovered. Models now indicate that for every one degree Celsius of global warming, four million square kilometers of frozen soil could thaw—around 20 percent higher than previously estimated.
Accesări: 134
 
07.04.2017 Make climate change an economic – not green – issue, urges former Maldives president
Winning effective action on climate change will require treating the problem less as an environmental or human rights crisis and more as a sensible economic shift, the former Maldives president said Thursday. “While it remains an ethical or human rights issue, it’s not so easy to have it in your political manifesto,” Mohamed Nasheed said, pointing to climate change’s political divisiveness in the United States.
Accesări: 146
 
05.04.2017 Climate change impacting ‘most’ species on Earth, even down to their genomes
Climate change is rapidly becoming a crisis that defies hyperbole.
Accesări: 149
 
04.04.2017 Climate Change Solutions Can’t Wait for U.S. Leadership
From tourism-dependent nations like Barbados to those rich with natural resources like Guyana, climate change poses one of the biggest challenges for the countries of the Caribbean.
Accesări: 132
 
03.04.2017 Climate change on exhibit at two Chicago museums
At a museum on the South Side of Chicago, newly mounted photographs and video detail the disappearance, due to rising temperatures, of glaciers that are hundreds of years old. It's a breathtaking display of natural beauty, fading.
Accesări: 234
 
30.03.2017 The Climate Change Problem No One Talks About: Anxiety and Depression
Climate change doesn't just affect people.'s physical health by exacerbating problems like asthma — it can also cause mental health issues like anxiety and depression, according to a new report
Accesări: 166
 
30.03.2017 Climate Change Is A Security Threat
Climate change is a security threat and a vulnerability multiplier. It affects human security, food security, water security, energy security—and women’s security.
Accesări: 196
 
29.03.2017 Climate change-driven famine poses global security threat
The emergency relief coordinator for the United Nations is warning of the worst famine since the world organization was founded in 1945. It is putting an estimated 20 million lives immediately at risk, and while war is exacerbating the disaster in places like South Sudan, Stephen O’Brien says the primary culprit is climate change.
Accesări: 156
 
29.03.2017 Buhari ratifies Paris agreement on climate change
Nigeria has become the latest country to ratify the Paris Climate agreement, which aims to avoid the most devastating effects of climate change by cutting carbon emissions.
Accesări: 162
 
28.03.2017 The Cost of Curbing Climate Change
President Trump is expected to issue an executive order soon to reverse Obama-era rules to cut carbon pollution, including a moratorium on leasing public lands for coal mining and a plan to reduce carbon emissions from power plants.
Accesări: 180
 
27.03.2017 Climate action plan with China
Minister for Climate Change Issues Paula Bennett has announced details of a climate change action plan to be put in place with China.
Accesări: 127
 
26.03.2017 The more climate skeptics there are, the fewer climate entrepreneurs
In our new paper for the National Bureau for Economic Research, we argue that the presence of climate skeptics reduces the aggregate demand for products that help with climate adaptation—which means that innovative companies are less likely to devote their efforts to solving these challenges.
Accesări: 163
 
24.03.2017 Climate Change May Be Intensifying China’s Smog Crisis
Chinese leaders, grappling with some of the world’s worst air pollution, have long assumed the answer to their woes was gradually reducing the level of smog-forming chemicals emitted from power plants, steel factories and cars.
Accesări: 157
 
23.03.2017 China blames climate change for record sea levels
Chinese coastal sea levels hit record highs in 2016, driven by climate change as well as El Nino and La Nina events, the country's sea administration said.
Accesări: 157
 
21.03.2017 Climate change 'makes deadly China pollution worse'
Global warming has boosted the frequency and severity of deadly air pollution peaks in northern China, scientists said Monday.
Accesări: 141
 
20.03.2017 Climate change key suspect in the case of India’s vanishing groundwater
New study links India’s water crisis to the impact of climate change, which has weakened recent monsoons.
Accesări: 146
 
15.03.2017 Climate change could shrink animals, warn scientists
Animals could start shrinking because of global warming, scientists have predicted, after discovering that mammals became ‘dwarfed’ in a similar episode of climate change 50 million years ago.
Accesări: 167
 
14.03.2017 Climate Change Might Increase Fire Risks in Mediterranean Europe, According To Study
In the Scientific Reports journal, a newly published research that tackles about the climate change might take increases in fire risks across Mediterranean Europe in the coming decades. The risk of the forest to fire will increase but the effects of the climate change on the areas that are prone to burn are not always clear.
Accesări: 151
 
14.03.2017 Climate Change Complicates the Whole Dam Debate
With California now on track to have the rainiest year in its history—on the heels of its worst drought in 500 years—the state has become a daily reminder that extreme weather events are on the rise. And the recent near-collapse of the spillway at California’s massive Oroville Dam put an exclamation point on the potentially catastrophic risks.
Accesări: 139
 
12.03.2017 Climate Change Making Kenya’s Droughts More Severe
The Super El Nino of 2015 to 2016 wrought droughts and floods around the world, yet it is its sister La Nina that is now fuelling drought and hunger in East Africa.
Accesări: 165
 
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