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2014 was the hottest year on record globally by far

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by Joe Romm, Climate Progress The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has announced that 2014 was the hottest year in more than 120 years of record-keeping — by far. NOAA is ex Read More

We are heading towards 2014 being hottest on instrumental record

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We are heading towards 2014 being hottest on instrumental record, according to data from the leading US government climate agency for the first ten months of the year.According to 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

Stick a Foot Outside the Covers to Sleep Better

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Image Credit: Flickr While it may seem quirky and a little bit out in left field, there is science behind the fact that sleeping with at least one foot out of the covers improves n Read More

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 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

Media ignores inconvenient ice, yet Antarctic rescue ship now trapped too

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Can the media ignore both the global warming nature of the expedition that got itself trapped in Antarctic ice, and 2013's massive growth of Antarctic ice itself? UPDATE: The Yanks Read More
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  • Date Added: Jan 4, 2014
  • By Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow

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

Is global warming in a hiatus? Not if you measure global heat content

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by Prof. Andy Pitman, via The ConversationProf. Andy Pitman, Univ. of NSWOn September 27 2013 the 5th Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will Read More
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