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Climate Change Denier Rebuttal (nsfw) picked by pocksucket 5 months ago
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 Forams Can Provide a Record of Ancient Climate
Forams Can Provide a Record of Ancient Climate
These microscopic creatures have been around for 550 million years. Because of their abundance in ancient sediments and their sensitivity to different environments, oil companies hire paleontologists to examine forams in rock samples to help them decide where to drill. For similar reasons, forams also are useful indicators of past climate change. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 USA is a global catastrophe!?
USA is a global catastrophe!?
The most powerful storm in the past 20 years, bringing it down to New York and New Jersey, filled reservoirs, water supply both the state. At the same time, he has brought many problems for thousands of motorists and homeowners who threatens to destroy coastline Long-Island and New Jersey and has increased the long debate over climate change. picked by Jon77 4 years ago
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 Koch Industries: Secretly Funding the Climate Denial Machine
Koch Industries: Secretly Funding the Climate Denial Machine
Koch Industries has "become a financial kingpin of climate science denial and clean energy opposition," spending over $48.5 million since 1997 to fund the climate denial machine, according to an extensive report today by Greenpeace. picked by cecilberman 2 years ago
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 Climate Scientist Says &quot;Enjoy Life While You Can&quot;
Climate Scientist Says "Enjoy Life While You Can"
After more than 40 years of climate study he says that global warming is irreversable and that almost everything we're trying to do about it is wrong picked by tigertony 4 years ago
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 Canada Best Place To Escape Climate Change
Canada Best Place To Escape Climate Change
Due to a number of factors such as low population density with a lower impact on natural resources, excellent economy, an extensive amount of arable land, and more, Canada is ranked as the country that would be the least negatively impacted by a global climate change. picked by 2manyusernames 3 years ago
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 Cockroaches future-proofed against climate change
Cockroaches future-proofed against climate change
Hate cockroaches? Best pour yourself a stiff drink. The widely loathed insects can hold their breath to save water, a new study has found – and the trick could help them to thrive in the face of climate change. picked by evadiva 2 years ago
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 Obesity Requires Climate Plan
Obesity Requires Climate Plan
Obesity needs to be tackled in the same way as climate change, a top nutritional scientist has said.

I don't get it. But thats cool. picked by mahler87 4 years ago
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 U.N. sees world climate change deal in 2009
U.N. sees world climate change deal in 2009
The world can reach a significant new climate change pact by the end of 2009 if current talks keep up their momentum, the head of the United Nations climate panel said on Sunday. picked by JDRucker 3 years ago
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 Mushrooms respond to climate change
Mushrooms respond to climate change
A team from Cardiff University has found that climate change is dramatically altering the growing patterns of mushrooms, toadstools and other fungi. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 White House Climate Change Report Issues Dire Warning On Worsening Situation
White House Climate Change Report Issues Dire Warning On Worsening Situation
Rising sea levels, sweltering temperatures, deeper droughts, and heavier downpours _ global warming's serious effects are already here and getting worse, the Obama administration warned on Tuesday in the grimmest, most urgent language on climate change ever to come out of any White House. picked by bingo 2 years ago
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 Climate Change, Not Humans, Trounced Neanderthals
Climate Change, Not Humans, Trounced Neanderthals
Neanderthals disappeared from Earth more than 20,000 years ago, but figuring out why continues to challenge anthropologists. One team of scientists, however, now says they have evidence to back climate change as the main culprit. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Obama's &quot;Secret&quot; Climate Adaptation Plan
Obama's "Secret" Climate Adaptation Plan
On March 4th, in a move surely designed to side-step Congress, Obama's Council on Environmental Quality issued instructions to all federal agencies on how to adapt to climate change. All agencies, from the Food and Drug Administration to the Department of Defense, will be required to analyze their vulnerabilities to the impacts from climate change and come up with a plan to adapt. picked by zircon77777 7 months ago
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 Nine of Out Ten Climate Denying Scientists Have Ties to Exxon Mobil Money
Nine of Out Ten Climate Denying Scientists Have Ties to Exxon Mobil Money
Once you crunch the numbers, however, you find a good proportion of this new list is made up of a small network of individuals who co-author papers and share funding ties to the oil industry. There are numerous other names on the list with links to oil-industry funded climate sceptic think-tanks, including more from the International Policy Network (IPN) and the Marshall Institute. picked by zircon77777 5 months ago
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 Bye bye black sheep &#8211; climate change making sheep change colour
Bye bye black sheep – climate change making sheep change colour
Global warming is not only making the wild sheep of Soay to shrink but it is also making them change colour, claim scientists. picked by AutumnLotus 2 years ago
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 2007 To Be Hottest Year On Record.
2007 To Be Hottest Year On Record.
British climate scientists predict warmest year ever. picked by LatueOfStiberty 5 years ago
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 Adapt, Move or Die: Prehistoric Climate Change
Adapt, Move or Die: Prehistoric Climate Change
Today, the climate in Britain is pleasant. But every hundred thousand years or so, it goes from pleasant to abominable — part of a natural cycle that is caused by the way the earth tilts and wobbles as it orbits the sun. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Activists urge rich to pay up to help poor adapt to climate
Activists urge rich to pay up to help poor adapt to climate
Environmental groups attending a UN climate change conference said Tuesday that rich countries pay little to help poor nations adapt to climate change and described such aid as an "insult." picked by maxriter 4 years ago
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 Climate change may be sparking new and bigger &quot;dead zones&quot;
Climate change may be sparking new and bigger "dead zones"
Scientists are discovering that climate change--and not just fertilizer from farm use--may be spurring the emergence of barren underwater landscapes in coastal waters. Expanding dead zones not only spell trouble for biodiversity, but they also threaten the commercial fisheries of many nations. picked by karenben 3 years ago
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 Climate impacting on fish growth: CSRIO
Climate impacting on fish growth: CSRIO
Climate change is leading to bigger fish in shallow water, but they are growing slower at greater depths, CSIRO research in Tasmania suggests. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Weeds - Better Suited to Adapt to a Changing Climate?
Weeds - Better Suited to Adapt to a Changing Climate?
The ability to grow like a weed may be an advantage when it comes to coping with climate change. picked by tundramonkey 5 years ago
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