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Canadian wine at the Vancouver wine fest: sparkling wine

There’s a buzz around sparkling wine at the moment. Sparkling wine sales account for 11% of global wine sales and this market is growing by 4.5% annually. And it’s something that Canada has a talent for, with its cool climate wine regions. Of late there has been the beginnings of something special here in Canada. [...]

Pinot noir on upswing in white-wine bastion Alsace? Thank climate change

NASA predicts that the Arctic Ocean will be basically ice-free during the summers about 30 years from now. That's good news for prospective vacation-home developers up that way (truly a niche market), and for the rest of us, the good news is that increasingly good pinot noir is coming out of the...

14 Tagaytay Restaurants To Satisfy Your Bulalo Cravings

Because a trip here is never complete without bulalo. Planning another food crawl in Tagaytay with your barkada? Day or night, a trip to this city is always a popular choice amongst Manileños for its cool climate, fun attractions, roster of amazing restaurants, and not to mention, it’s only an hour or two drive away from […]

Thousands of Scott Pruitt's Emails Just Hit the Internet. Here Are the Wildest, Scariest Bits.

This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The close relationship between Scott Pruitt, the new administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, and fossil...Show More Summary

It's Sinkane's Life and He's Livin' It

Sinkane's Ahmed Gallab talks to Noisey about his new album, and making music for the current political climate: "If we don't have hope we're just gonna wallow in our own filth."

In hot water: Climate change harms hot spots of ocean life

A new study finds that the six ocean hot spots that teem with the biggest mix of species are also among those getting hit hardest by global warming and industrial … Click to Continue »

Hot spots of marine biodiversity most severely impacted by global warming

(American Association for the Advancement of Science) A new study aimed at identifying areas of highest conservation priority in the world's oceans found six 'hot spots of marine biodiversity' that are severely impacted by climate change and fishing pressures.

Climate science: Predictable ice ages on a chaotic planet

3 hours agoAcademics : Nature

Statistical analysis has revealed a simple rule for the occurrence of warm periods during the Quaternary, whereas on much longer timescales geological data have confirmed that the Solar System is chaotic. See Article p.427& Letter p...

Theory of chaotic orbital variations confirmed by Cretaceous geological evidence

3 hours agoAcademics : Nature

Variations in the Earth’s orbit and spin vector are a primary control on insolation and climate; their recognition in the geological record has revolutionized our understanding of palaeoclimate dynamics, and has catalysed improvements in the accuracy and precision of the geological timescale. Show More Summary

How do polar bears respond to climate change, subsistence hunting?

(University of Washington) A new, two-part project led by the UW's Kristin Laidre aims to explore the interacting effects of climate change and subsistence hunting on polar bears, while also illuminating the cultural value of the species to indigenous peoples and the role they play in conservation.

Falling ice chunk demolishing car provides another reason to hate winter

Anyone blessed to live in an area with heavy snowfalls and winter weather knows the dangers that come along with the climate.  A camera captured two extremely lucky men narrowly avoiding a huge chunk of ice that fell onto their vehicle as they were exiting. Show More Summary

Bill would leave evolution, climate skepticism up to teachers

3 hours agoTechnology : Tech Talk

There's a simmering debate between South Dakota legislators, teachers and parents about how schools should present science

Simple rule predicts when an ice age ends

(University College London) A simple rule can accurately predict when Earth's climate warms out of an ice age, according to new research led by UCL.

Red State Rural America Is Acting On Climate Change – Without Calling It Climate Change

By Rebecca J. Romsdahl, University of North Dakota President Donald Trump has the environmental community understandably concerned. He and members of his Cabinet have questioned the established science of climate change, and his choice...Show More Summary

UK Climate Deniers Take Anti-Science Message to Trump Administration at CPAC 2017

Two fringe British climate science deniers are heading to Maryland to see Donald Trump and his tea party pals this week, taking their Brexit-inflected anti-science agenda with them. Trump’s golden elevator buddy and UKIP MEP, Nigel Farage,...Show More Summary

Equable end Mesoproterozoic climate in the absence of high CO2

The Proterozoic Eon (2500–542 Ma) appears to have been a warm period bookended by glaciations, despite a 5%–18% reduction in solar output compared to modern during this interval. Radiative-convective climate models suggest that glaciation could have been avoided if p CO 2 were 30–300 x preindustrial atmospheric levels (PIAL, 280 ppmv). Show More Summary

Fossil forest reveals sunspot activity in the early Permian

Modern-day periodic climate pattern variations related to solar activity are well known. High-resolution records such as varves, ice cores, and tree-ring sequences are commonly used for reconstructing climatic variations in the younger geological history. Show More Summary

South Dakota panel votes to defer alternative science bill

South Dakota lawmakers have rejected a bill that would have allowed science teachers to discuss strengths and weaknesses of evolutionary and climate change theories. The House Education Committee Wednesday defeated … Click to Contin...

South Dakota Bill Allowing Alternative Facts in Science Class Defeated in State House

A South Dakota bill that would have weakened the teaching of evolution and climate change in classrooms has been defeated.

2 Cats 2 Furriest: More Cat Tips, Cat Puns and Catastrophe in 'Angel Catbird Volume 2'

In our modern era and its social climate, one writer stands out, and that writer’s name is Margaret Atwood. Of her many works, one stands out tallest of all as the work we need in our modern times, relevant to the debates we find ourselves locked in daily and the future we wish to avoid. That work, of course, is Angel Catbird Volume 2: To Castle Catula. Continue reading…

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