Topic: Global warming

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Factcheck: Climate Models have not ‘Exaggerated’ Global Warming

A new study published in the Nature Geosciences journal this week by largely UK-based climate scientists has led to claims in the media that climate m...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump Administration Doubles Down on Plans to Withdraw from Paris Deal as UNGA Makes Climate Top Priority

At the United Nations, President Trump's chief economic adviser, Gary Cohn, said Monday the US would withdraw from the landmark 2015 Paris climate accord as...   [ continue reading...]

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New Study Pushes Back Deadline to Act to Limit Warming to 1.5 Degrees

A new study suggests that nations have a bit more time than previously thought if they want to cut greenhouse gas emissions and limit global warming to 1.5 degr...   [ continue reading...]

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New climate change calculations could buy the Earth some time — unless they’re miscalculations

The Washington Post reports: A group of prominent scientists on Monday created a potential whiplash moment for climate policy, suggesting that humanity could ha...   [ continue reading...]

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Satellites that Measure Ice Loss to Go Dark

The twin satellites that have been critical in measuring the world’s melting ice sheets for 15 years will soon shut down — months before their repla...   [ continue reading...]

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Beyond Harvey and Irma: Militarizing Homeland Security in the Climate Change Era

Will Chenette from Delta Co. 1-124 Florida National Guard guards a checkpoint as people return to their homes after Hurricane Irma passed through the area on Se...   [ continue reading...]

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Conflicting statements on Trump administration’s position on Paris climate accord

The Wall Street Journal reports: Trump administration officials said Saturday the U.S. wouldn’t pull out of the Paris Agreement, offering to re-engage in...   [ continue reading...]

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How Climate Change Hurricanes Are Rapidly Accelerating the Militarization of America

Despite their reluctance to speak publicly about the environment, top officials in the Pentagon are painfully aware of the problem at hand. Deployed to...   [ continue reading...]

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Youth in Revolt: Why Millennials Are the Key to Future Social Transformation

Younger Americans may be more skeptical of our bipartisan political system -- a setup that they view as endangering the planet and subjecting most people to ine...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Climate "Alarmists" Should Not Be Ignored

Even those who take climate change seriously have largely bought into the idea that the worst we have to fear is failing to keep global warming below an increas...   [ continue reading...]

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What would an ecological society look like — and how could we win it?

A People's Climate March in New York in 2015.Friday, September 15, 2017The devastating hurricanes that hit the southern US and the Caribbean, and the catastroph...   [ continue reading...]

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#ClimateSilence: Corporate Media Called Out for Whiffing on 'Most Important Story in the World'

Julia Conley, staff writerUsing social media on Wednesday, advocates for climate action spoke out forcefully—and in huge numbers—against major media...   [ continue reading...]

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Beyoncé’s Hurricane Video Shows She Knows More About Science Than the Entire GOP

Beyoncé—Houstonian, pop superstar, feminist, essayist—joined other celebrities Tuesday to raise money for Hurricane Harvey disaster reli...   [ continue reading...]

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How Bad Politics and Bad Planning Make Hurricanes Even Worse

Hurricane Harvey was an unnatural disaster. Contrary to much media coverage, the devastation of Houston and surrounding areas resulted not so much from an isola...   [ continue reading...]

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The Great Flood

How many times will we rebuild Florida’s cities, Houston, coastal New Jersey, New Orleans and other population centers ravaged by storms lethally intensif...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump Promised to Hire the Best People. He Keeps Hiring the Worst.

Trump’s NASA nominee Jim Bridenstine is a climate denier who wants to end the agency’s climate research According to 2016 election exit p...   [ continue reading...]

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Calling the Turn: Uncertainties and Challenges of Hurricane Season

It’s wonderful to have all the information and the long advance warning of tropical storms. We’ve had plenty of time to prepare. And lots of practic...   [ continue reading...]

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Bill Nye on Powerful Hurricanes: 'This Is Probably the Future'

Climate change is the culprit. Bill Nye delved into the debate between hurricanes and climate change in recent interviews.When asked b...   [ continue reading...]

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Reaganomics Made Harvey Worse

In a world where we march inexorably deeper into a dangerous climate every day, and where government regulation and global cooperation are our only hope for a l...   [ continue reading...]

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In the Eye of Hurricane Irma Lie the Fingerprints of Global Warming – and Inequality

Hurricane Irma draws our attention yet again to something that bears repetition: that those most affected by global warming’s impacts are the people least...   [ continue reading...]

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