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Eco Economy Indicator - Warmest Decade on Record Brings Record Temperatures and Weather Extremes

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In recent years weather events have whiplashed between the extremes of heat and cold, flooding and drought. Carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases—largely from the burning Read More

Eco Economy Indicator - 2013 Marked the Thirty-seventh Consecutive Year of Above-Average Temperature

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Last year was the thirty-seventh consecutive year of above-normal global temperature. According to data from NASA, the global temperature in 2013 averaged 58.3 degrees Fahrenheit ( Read More

Plan B Update - Rising Temperature Raising Food Prices

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Over the last two months, the price of corn has been climbing. On July 19th, it exceeded $8 per bushel for the first time, taking the world into a new food price terrain. With heat Read More

The Best Memory Foam Mattress for Sleeping Cool

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Choosing the right, or wrong, mattress can have serious implications on your ability to get a good night’s sleep consistently for years to come. It’s important to take Read More

Limiting Temperature Rise to 2°C Is Still Possible—and it Pays to Do So

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Niklas Höhne is the director of energy and climate policy at Ecofys. Michel den Elzen is the senior climate policy analyst at PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency. Read More

Summer Months Critical for Birds: 10 Things You Can Do to Help As Temperatures Climb

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As the busy July 4th weekend approaches, billions of birds in North America are carrying out a host of activities related to raising their young and preparing for migration-and the Read More
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  • Date Added: Apr 2, 2014
  • By Australian Institute of Marine Science

Arctic sea-ice loss adds 25% to carbon dioxide warming over last 30 years

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First posted at robertscriblerWhat’s the difference between a majestic layer of white sea ice and an ominous dark blue open ocean?For the Arctic, it means about a 30 to 50 pe Read More

Oceans warmed at a rate of 12 Hiroshima bombs per second in 2013 as temperatures spiked

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by Lindsay Abrams, via Salon.com Think global climate change hasn’t been very noticeable from where you’re standing? Down in the oceans (which is to say, over the Read More

No warming "pause" says World Meteorological Organization head

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The head of the World Meteorological Organization says there is no standstill in global warming, which is on course to continue for generations to come. By Alex Kirby, Climate News Read More
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