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Carbon Sinks

A “carbon sink” is defined as a part of the Earth, such as a forest or ocean, that absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The main natural carbon sink in the world would be the ocean. 137 more words

Dr. Jill Stein: Why We Need To Ban Fracking NOW!

Ban Fracking Now

Scientists have reported a surge in global emissions of the potent greenhouse gas methane over the past decade, with the United States… 635 more words

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The Shum Show: February 26, 2016  We were hit by a tidal wave of...

The Shum Show: February 26, 2016 

We were hit by a tidal wave of water news this week. Thunderstorms rocked the East Coast, as we learned that 67% of nuisance flooding since 1950 can be linked to human-caused sea level rise.

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All Things Climate Models Featuring Keith Dixon, Research...

All Things Climate Models

Featuring Keith Dixon, Research Meteorologist at NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL)

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Extreme Event Attribution Science Featuring Heidi Cullen, Chief...

Extreme Event Attribution Science

Featuring Heidi Cullen, Chief Scientist at Climate Central and Fredi Otto, Senior Researcher and Scientific Coordinator at University of Oxford

By: Climate Central.

From SA: "A Visual Forecast for the End of the Century"

Scientific American

January 13, 2016
Amanda Montañez

Interactive Climate Graphic Highlights Alarming Trends in Warming U.S. Winters


Image from “Winter Loses Its Cool” Climate Central… 294 more words

Applied Research & Technology

National Parks See Record Visitation Numbers.. But Why?

Climate change, I say.

… Probably because October was the warmest October on record https://t.co/BthfzTZcw4

— Abbey Dufoe (@abbeydufoe) November 25, 2015

Sure — you could argue that everything these days could be tied to climate change.

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