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Meet the 'climate refugees' who already had to leave their homes Five people from across the US explain how extreme weather forced them out of their homes – not always to safer ground.
'We're moving to higher ground': America's era of climate mass migration is here By the end of this century, sea level rises alone could displace 13m people. Many states will have to grapple with hordes of residents seeking dry ground. But, as one expert says, ‘No state is unaffected by this’.
Where should you move to avoid climate change misery? Heatwaves, hurricanes and floods will make some places in the US inhospitable.
Cambridge University scientists create ancient tree ring diary The "longest, continuous tree ring-based diary" is being created by scientists at the University of Cambridge to help map climate change, reports BBC News. The diary documents climatic conditions going back centuries, using trees from across the world.
Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #329 Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #329. Superforest, Climate Change. THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President. McKitrick-Christy Hypothesis Test: Last week's TWTW discussed a test on the ability of climate models to describe a 60 year-warming of slivers a layer of the atmosphere as measured by instruments in weather balloons.
What you need to know about the Sustainable Development Impact Summit This article is brought to you thanks to the strategic cooperation of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Poppie Mphuthing, Editorial Lead, Global Leadership Fellow, World Eco…
Scotland needs tougher policies to meet CO2 targets, say experts Nicola Sturgeon told more vigorous action needed to achieve post-2020 emissions target.
Air pollution rots our brains. Is that why we don’t do anything about it? - James Bridle Carbon monoxide and lead make us intellectually slower and less flexible. We can’t ignore these dangers any longer, says the author James Bridle.
The Science of Climate Change This page is meant to be a place to find information about the science of climate change. It will be updated as relevant data or information comes to my attention. Yes, there is a scientific consensus on human-caused climate change. Many individual and groups continue, however, to sow confusion and doubt about the science of climate change.
The most ignorant highly educated fools in history This is from Campus Review: What Scott Morrison doesn't get about most of the voting public. And what he doesn't get is that they are ignorant fools. Here's the text:. I actually think this is reasonably accurate. These people will bring on a collapse of our civilisation - their civilisation - and never know what happened.
Western Forest Fires By Don Healy - Re-Blogged From WUWT. Looking out on smoke and ash filled vistas while reading about the Carr, Mendocino and numerous other forest fires raging through the Western U.S. and British Columbia creates a great deal of concern and some physical discomfort.
A global warming summit that made no fracking sense Earlier this month, business leaders, government officials, and environmental activists from around the world gathered in San Francisco for the Global Climate Action Summit.
Hurricane Florence - climate change is making it worse Ahead of the hurricane making landfall, researchers at Stony Brook University and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory predicted that the hurricane would bring 50% more precipitation due to anthropogenic climate change; its area was up to 80 km larger in diameter.
City Visions: Course Correcting Climate Change, Part 3 In the final installment of our three-part series on course correcting climate change, we're talking about green investing. What was once a moral dilemma has become a lucrative investment strategy.
Climate Change Conspiracy I have been researching factual information about Climate Change. In doing so, I came across a 1965 National Science Foundation Weather Modification Research Report written for the United States Congress. The link directly below this text leads to the.
Calls to speed up climate change action in agriculture "With the new Climate Change Bill now before Parliament, MSPs have an important opportunity to increase Scotland's climate action, by setting ambitious targets that increase action over the next decade and eliminate our contribution to climate change by 2050, and by bringing in effective policies in underperforming sectors."
Garden variety post This summer was unbelievably hot in Austria… actually it still is because even though we're more than half-way through September the temperature was a smashing 28°C today*! Apparently Mother Nature didn't get the memo. It's nuts.
Scotland still outperforms the UK in reducing emissions but transport and agriculture remain significant challenges Scotland continues to outperform the rest of the UK in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions, but successful strategies for energy and waste mask a lack of progress in other parts of the Scottish economy.
Commentary: A carbon tax would be better than a gasoline tax In 2011, an attempt was made in the Utah Senate to increase the gasoline tax, but it was voted down. BallotPedia reports that in 2018, state tax on gasoline is 29.41 cents and federal tax is 18.4 cents, for a total tax of 47.81 cents per gallon. Since this tax started in 1923, it has grown at the rate of 3 percent per year.
Minnesota Regulators Approve Wind Farm amid Opposition The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission last week approved site and route permits for Invenergy's Freeborn Wind Farm project after the developer proposed having noise allowances of no more than 3 decibels above the standard. "We are very pleased," said Dan Litchfield, an Invenergy senior manager.
Opec predicts massive rise in oil production over next five years In a forecast that will dismay environmentalists - and which questions the theory that oil company reserves will become "stranded assets" - Opec's annual report significantly revised production estimates upwards.
100% Renewable Energy: Cleveland Sets a Big Goal as It Sheds Its Fossil Fuel Past Cleveland joins more than 80 U.S. cities that have committed to get all their electricity from renewable sources. But in Ohio, that might be easier said than done.
Opinion: Let’s use carbon price dollars for sustainable development We can solve two problems at once if we price carbon and use revenues to meet basic needs.
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