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Three scientists investigating melting Arctic ice may have been assassinated, professor claims

By  Robert Mendick, Chief Reporter – 25 Jul 2015
Source: The Telegraph

A Cambridge Professor has made the astonishing claim that three scientists investigating the melting of Arctic ice may have been assassinated within the space of a few months. 533 more words

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Bees Are Losing Their Habitat Because of Climate Change

As if pesticides, disease and habitat loss were not enough, there’s more bad news for bees. Changing temperature and weather conditions due to climate change has restricted the area where bees can survive, and the pollinators have struggled to adapt, according to new… 506 more words

Here's The Most Lucrative Way to Fight Climate Change

Economists, politicians and scientists have long debated how (and whether) climate change can be addressed without slowing the world economy. Now, a group of key business, finance and government leaders say they’ve identified a set of opportunities that are good for business and help the fight against climate change. 354 more words

The latest global temperature data are breaking records

John Abraham Monday 15 June 2015
Source: The Guardian

Today’s global temperature data keep 2015 as hottest year to date

Just today, NASA released its… 696 more words

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Opinion: We Have a Moral Imperative to Act on Climate Change

By Edwin Gariguez   Father Edwin Gariguez is a Catholic priest from the Philippines. He currently serves as the Executive Secretary of the National Secretariat for Social Action, the advocacy and social development arm of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines. 761 more words
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US permits Arctic drilling, but questions about safety remain

Earlier this month, the Obama administration gave conditional approval to a renewed plan for Royal Dutch Shell to drill for oil offshore of Alaska’s Arctic Ocean coast in the Chukchi Sea. 1,612 more words

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CO2 Reached 400ppm - What scientists say

Source: NASA Global Climate Change

The global concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere – the primary driver of recent climate change – has reached 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time in recorded history, according to data from the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii. 917 more words

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