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5 Planet-Changing Consequences of Global Warming

AlterNet - ‎14 hours ago‎
Many of the consequences of enhanced global warming and climate change have been highlighted and discussed throughout the media, in television programs and newscasts, magazines and newspapers, radio broadcasts, blogs, Websites, and textbooks.
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Global Warming: Good News

National Review Online - ‎Apr 30, 2016‎
There were two big pieces of news out of NASA this week. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and scientists at the Southwest Research Institute discovered a new moon, orbiting a dwarf planet named Makemake (one of the many Pluto-esque bodies that live in ...

Finland finds global warming's upside - ‎Apr 28, 2016‎
Although Finland doesn't have an Arctic Ocean coastline, it does have a lot of experience in building icebreakers - about 60 percent of today's global fleet was designed and built in Finland. And the industry is expecting sales to ramp up in the ...

'Global warming's evil twin': 'Ocean acidification' being exposed as another phony crisis

American Thinker (blog) - ‎Apr 30, 2016‎
In a remarkable piece in the UK Spectator, James Delingpole lays out the evidence suggesting that the ocean acidification “Threat” is just as fraudulent as global warming, and that it was, in fact, invented from data that required careful excision ...
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Global warming could deplete the oceans' oxygen – with severe consequences

Washington Post - ‎Apr 28, 2016‎
In the long list of troubling climate change scenarios, there's one that gets relatively little attention, but definitely has enormous potential consequences.

Researcher finds new ways to combat global warming

eNCA - ‎10 hours ago‎
PIETERMARITZBURG - A KwaZulu-Natal researcher believes recycling human hair is one way to combat global warming. Ntwanano Malepfane has found human hair can be used as a fertiliser.

Oman rocks to help fight global warming? - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
Muscat: A professor in Oman has come up with a discovery that promises a breakthrough solution to the issue of carbon emissions on a global level: a rock commonly found just under the crust of the earth could soak up the planet's entire carbon dioxide ...
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Skeptic Documentary: Don't Believe The Global Warming 'Shell Game'

Daily Caller - ‎Apr 28, 2016‎
A new documentary by a prominent global warming skeptic takes on many of the claims from environmentalists and politicians who want to regulate nearly every aspect of the economy to stop it.

Global warming: We may be dreaming of Maldives while sinking them

Irish Examiner - ‎Apr 30, 2016‎
Though, the temperature outside does make it very easy to deny, or at least ignore, the very real threat of global warming.
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Enviros Convince Former NASA Scientist To Debate Buffett On Global Warming

Daily Caller - ‎Apr 28, 2016‎
Global warming warrior James Hansen is slated to debate billionaire Warren Buffett on global warming leading up to a shareholder's climate change resolution vote at a Berkshire Hathaway meeting.
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Earth Flirts with a 1.5-Degree Celsius Global Warming Threshold

Scientific American - ‎Apr 20, 2016‎
Global leaders are meeting in New York this week to sign the Paris climate agreement. One of the expressed purposes of the document is to limit warming to “well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and pursuing efforts to limit the temperature ...

Global warming: Case closed

Washington Post - ‎Apr 26, 2016‎
In his April 24 op-ed, “The scientific silencers take aim,” George F. Will claimed that debatable questions still include the extent to which humans are contributing to climate change.
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Facebook's shiny new HQ will disappear thanks to global warming

The Next Web - ‎Apr 25, 2016‎
Large swathes of Silicon Valley - which include the headquarters of tech companies such as Google and Facebook - will disappear as a result of rising sea levels.

LETTERS: Our readers sound off on Baylor nudity, undervoting, global warming and lowering Medicare costs

Waco Tribune-Herald - ‎10 hours ago‎
After the comics, I got my “chuckle for the day” on April 23 reading Lowell Adkins' concern about the cheerleaders “penchant toward nudity” at Baylor University and how they all should dress accordingly in Jesus' name.

Can mountain-climbing bears rescue cherry trees from global warming?

Science Daily - ‎Apr 25, 2016‎
"Most previous studies have predicted future plant distributions under global warming based on the simple relationships between present plant distribution and environmental factors there, assuming that there are no seed dispersal limitations and no ...

To fight global warming, Senate calls for study of making Earth reflect more light

Science Magazine - ‎Apr 19, 2016‎
Budgetmakers in the U.S. Senate want the Department of Energy (DOE) to study the possibility of making Earth reflect more sunlight into space to fight global warming. Earth's reflectivity is known as its albedo, and the request to study "albedo ...
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Australia reaps the benefits of global warming as endless summer set to continue through May

Techly - ‎Apr 26, 2016‎
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney's ridiculously warm April (the hottest in over a decade) is going to keep rolling on into May.

Professor to speak about global warming

Chico Enterprise-Record - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
Guy McPherson, a professor emeritus from the University of Arizona will speak on “Responding to Abrupt Climate Change” 7-9 p.m.

Study: humans have caused all the global warming since 1950

The Guardian - ‎Apr 19, 2016‎
Studies attempting to figure out the global warming contributions of various human and natural sources usually use a statistical approach known as 'linear regression'.
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Global warming may have improved US weather, but for how long?

Washington Post - ‎Apr 25, 2016‎
Global warming has mostly made the weather more pleasant for Americans over the past 40 years, which may explain why much of the public doesn't consider climate change as big a threat as do scientists and the rest of the world, a new study suggests.