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Climate change hampering world food production – scientists
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Rappler Scientists warn that climate change acceleration will have a lasting impact on … sabotage tools in computers and networks in Iran, Russia, Pakistan, China, … The Russian firm adds the techniques to extract information or disable … Feeding the world ‘is going to take some changes in terms of minimizing climate disruption’

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Environmental Groups Set 2015 Priority Issues
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PROVIDENCE — A statewide ban on plastic shopping bags and more composting are among several key issues being advanced by environmentalists this year.

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Rainbow Warrior anchors in Turkey for ‘a green future’
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Greenpeaces Rainbow Warrior III has anchored in Istanbul to raise awareness on the harmful effects of coal thermal power plants in the country

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Trees lose out to climate change | Climate | The Earth Times
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There aren’t many large forest animals in Europe, but the lack of forest is the main reason for that. Is it possible that more forest losses will take place because of the great storms cause d by climate change, the wildfires caused by global warming or the increased infection of many species by fungi?

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Istanbul mayor blames climate change for floods
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Kadir TopbasŸ has blamed climate change as he sought to justify flooding in the center of Istanbul as an apocalypse,” denouncing America and Europe for contaminating the world.

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Longer flights ‘could curb impact of vapour trails’ say Scientists | Matt McGrath BBC
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Large condensation trails in the sky caused by aircraft could be eliminated by re-routing flight paths, say scientists. Researchers are concerned about the climate change potential of these wispy, man-made clouds. But a new study suggests that making changes to existing flight routes could curb their warming impact.

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Oklahoma drought kindles spectre of 1930s ‘Dust Bowl’ | David Shukman BBC
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A menacing cloud of dust swirling above a parched field in Oklahoma is a disturbing reminder of the power of drought. All too often here, when the land is baked dry, the winds can strip away an inch of precious topsoil in as little as 24 hours, soil that has taken centuries to form. In […]

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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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