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Geoengineering: Controlling Earth's Thermostat?

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Imagine living in a world where inimical chemicals constitute the air you breathe and toxic minerals stain the oceans black. This sounds like a matter of science fiction, however, these are genuine solutions proposed by scientists to mitigate climate change. 1,600 more words

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Thirty Years On, How Well Do Global Warming Predictions Stand Up?

Thirty Years On, How Well Do Global Warming Predictions Stand Up?

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The short answer, is not all that well.


On June 23, 1988, NASA scientist James E. 665 more words

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Is the Coming Natural Gas Boom Good for the Climate? Depends Who You Ask

Natural gas production in the U.S. is about to experience another boom with production increasing 10% this year over 2017 and 60% in the next two decades, according to a new… 695 more words

For Humanity’s Sake, Do Not Separate Children from Parents

Sixteen years ago today, my beloved daughter Katherine died of leukemia in my arms. But even at the time, I knew one thing could have made it worse: if I had been unable to comfort her in her suffering. 464 more words

No, Hansen wasn't wrong!

It’s 30 years since James Hansen testified before the US Congress about climate change. In the same year, he published a paper that produced some… 574 more words

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Disease causing Vector stings East Africa Staple.

By Sophie Mbugua:

Makueni, Kenya: In 2011 the Maize lethal Necrosis (MLN) a disease causing an estimated 30 percent total maize loss in farmers’ fields according to the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) first emerged in Kenya spreading to other parts of East Africa. 141 more words

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Pipe dream: Norway wants electric airplanes to provide passenger service

Pipe dream: Norway wants electric airplanes to provide passenger service

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Pipe dream: Norway wants electric airplanes to provide passenger service

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