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Glaciers are already melting due to global warming.

Climate Change

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Climate change in general refers to any long term change in local or global weather pattern when measured over a number of years. Climate also includes temperature, precipitation, Read More
CO2 emissions contribute to the greenhouse gas effect.

Global Warming

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Global warming refers to the phenomena of rising global temperatures measured in the last century, ending in 2005. Studies have shown than on average global temperatures have risen Read More
Coral Bleaching

Coral Bleaching

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Coral bleaching occurs when, due to stress, the coral expels the zooxanthellae algae with which it has a symbiotic relationship. This stress can come in the form of higher water te Read More
Eco- Friendly Cooking

Five Tips For Cooking The Environmentally Friendly Way

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If you happen to enjoy making Sunday brunch for your loved ones or regularly make dinner from soup cans, the way you prepare every meal – from your personal type of stove to your Read More
Eco Friendly Refrigerator

Five Tips To Make Your Refrigerator More Eco Friendly To The Environment

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The majority of homes in the world have a refrigerator, which keeps food and drinks cool. However, the coolness that comes with the food also comes with a higher electric bill. In Read More

Thermal Pollution

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Thermal pollution occurs when changes in the temperature of water adversely affect the species living there. Most of these thermal changes are caused by man, often in the form of p Read More

So the planet stopped warming, says Rupert

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This week, Rupert Murdoch's "The Australian" dutifully reported as news an opinion piece, from 16 denier–scientists, claiming that the world had stopped warming, which had or Read More

Faustian bargain revisited: study finds zeroed emissions will add 0.25-0.5C of warming as aerosol cooling is lost

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NASA climate science chief James Hansen’s description of the aerosol dilemma as a “Faustian bargain” has been dramatically illustrated in a new scientific paper b Read More

State of the Climate 2012: an addendum

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14 March 2012: Australia's CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology have released their State of the Climate 2012. The report is here, there is a commentary at The Conversation, and I have Read More

Are we experiencing more extreme hot weather due to climate change? The evidence is in.

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By James Hansen, Makiko Sato and Reto Ruedy (available at PDF here)The greatest barrier to public recognition of human-made climate change is probably the natural variability of lo Read More
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