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Scientists struggle to complete climate impacts report
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Matt McGrath, Environment correspondent, BBC News, Yokohama, Japan reports that ” Negotiators worked through the night here in Yokohama in an effort to complete their review of a key report on the impacts of climate change. The report is the second of three analyses developed by international teams of researchers. The first, published last September […]

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Climate Change Risks Far More Immediate Than Once Thought
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While skeptics say that climate change is only a distant risk, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) states that it is a far more immediate risk than once thought. During the WMO annual asses…

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This Scientist Predicted Climate Change In 1895
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This Scientist Predicted Climate Change In 1895: Was the first to link industrialization with negative environmental effects, Svante Arrhenius would feel at home among the vast majority of scientists who today draw a link between industrializa…

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Gwynne Dyer: It’s abrupt climate change, stupid
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This is not how it was supposed to happen. Interesting article by Gwynne Dyer of the Straight.com News desk

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Part of Europe to be submerged in 2050
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Part of the European continent is threatened with sinking under water in the middle of this century, RTBF reports quoting Jean-Pascal van Ypersele, a university professor in Brussels, vice-president of the International Expert Group on Climate Change.

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Lovelock: ‘We can’t save the planet’
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Professor James Lovelock, the scientist who developed Gaia theory, has said it is too late to try and save the planet.

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Here’s why the first ever Irish trek to the North Pole could be the last ever by humans
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Daytime temperatures of minus 50, costs that could run to €100,000 plus, and at least 780km to cover (depending on the temperament of the Arctic ice)…

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Greenland glacier hits record speed | Paul Rincon Science editor BBC
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A river of ice in Greenland has become the fastest-flowing glacier currently known in the world, a study suggests.In summer, the Jakobshavn Glacier – widely thought to have spawned the iceberg that sank the Titanic – is moving about four times faster than it was in the 1990s.

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