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Demand Clean Power-Robert Redford: Actor, Director and Environmental Activist

By Robert Redford, Reader Supported News, 17 April 14

Four years ago this week, BP’s Deepwater Horizon drill platform exploded. Eleven workers died that day. 595 more words

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Entire Marine Food Chain at Risk From Rising CO2 Levels in Water

By Oliver Milman, Guardian UK 14 April 14

 Fish will make themselves vulnerable by being attracted to predator odour and exhibiting bolder behaviour

Escalating carbon dioxide emissions will cause fish to lose their fear of predators, potentially damaging the entire marine food chain, joint Australian and US research has found. 468 more words

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Young People's Day In Court

TRUST 350 from Our Children’s Trust on Vimeo.

 by James Hansen, 14 April 2014, cross-posted from Dr. Hansen’s blog

May 2 could be an historic day, as young people have their day in court, at 9:30 AM in the United States Court of Appeals in Washington, DC. 853 more words

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Greening Barbados still a priority

Efforts are still under way by Government to ensure that Barbados becomes the greenest economy in Latin America and the Caribbean.

So says Minister of the Environment and Drainage, Dr. 129 more words

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Groundbreaking UN Report Warns Climate Change a Threat to Global Security and Mankind

By Brandon Baker, EcoWatch 01 April 14

While climate change reports are far from a new phenomenon, an international study released Monday morning should be enough to give any human being reason to act and/or demand action from legislators and the… 684 more words

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Climate change: The night is dark and full of terrors

THE latest United Nations report on climate change makes instructive reading that all governments, especially in this region, should study and use as a basis to improve adaptation measures. 112 more words

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The Costs of Carbon Pollution Are Clear

By Al Gore, Reader Supported News 31 March 14

 The new report released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change — the world’s preeminent group of climate scientists — represents even more definitive evidence of the growing urgency to immediately reduce the spewing of global warming pollution. 154 more words

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