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3 hrs ago | Science Daily
Aerosols in the atmosphere produced from human activities do indeed directly affect a hurricane or tropical cyclone, but not in a way many scientists had previously believed.
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7 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, seen here in a file photo, will not attend Monday night's global warming 'talkathon' in the Senate.
9 hrs ago | Mashable
About 30 Senate Democrats, including all four members of the Democratic leadership, plan to take to the Senate floor for an all-night "talk-a-thon" on climate change, starting at 7 p.m. Monday.
13 hrs ago | NorCalBlogs
New York, NY / Washington DC - At a closed-door meeting to take place March 14, the Obama Administration's Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services plan to update the nation's "dietary guidelines" - a document with significant repercussions for food stamps, military and school meals programs - to include anti-global warming ... (more)
17 hrs ago | Kansas City InfoZine
There are several ways that it is expected to take a toll on human health. For starters, the extreme summer heat that is becoming more normal in a warming world can directly impact the health of billions of people.
18 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times
Although the consensus about climate change is often said to be strong, there are dissenting voices.
The climate is highly sensitive to carbon dioxide, according to several new studies, which means that our greenhouse gas emissions will lead to strong warming.
Bodacious tubes on Australia's east coast are being wiped out by global warming.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has called on American ambassadors around the world to make the fight against climate change a top priority ahead of new UN talks next year.
In this photo taken Friday March 7, 2014, Eric Henry gases up his car in Sacramento, Calif.
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The planet is not in danger of catastrophic man made global warming. Even if we burn all the world's recoverable fossil fuels it will still only result in a temperature rise of less than 1.2 per cent.
With drought creeping across several provinces in the North and Northeast, focus is rightly being placed on immediate relief assistance for those most affected.
Andrew Mackenzie, who took over at BHP in 2013 has called for a price to be put on greenhouse gas emissions to address the threat of global warming.
Warmer ocean temperatures off the California coast-and the massive impact on local and global climate-could be coming again, with predictions indicating an El NiA o is possible this year.
As an engineer with a background in science and math, I've followed the global warming debate for decades.