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‘Beast from the East’ could lead to UK jellyfish 'mega swarm'

An extreme summer is likely to follow this winter's icy conditions, providing the perfect climate for jellyfish to arrive on our shores, an expert at the National Sea Life Centre Birmingham said.

In FEMA's strategic plan, climate change is nowhere to be found

As one observer put it, "Words matter. Trump's appointees haven't forgotten that -- and neither should we."

FEMA Decides To Stop Taking Climate Change Into Account As It Plans For Future

The U.S. spent a record $306 billion on weather and climate-related disasters in 2017.

Climate Risk Insurance: Preparing for the Next Superstorm

The 2017 hurricane season was a strong reminder that governments, businesses and individuals must boost their preventative risk management activities, while also designing climate insurance approaches for protection when nature’s harm cannot be avoided.

North India: A Vast Expanse of Culture and People

23 minutes agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

India is one of the largest countries in the world, with an area of over three million square kilometres. There exists a varying degree of terrain and climate across the entire landscape of India. One of the major parts of the sub-continent is North India, a dry place with a fluctuating amount of heat and […]

Don't Celebrate The U.S. For Protecting Climate 'Refugees'

"Refugee" is a specific legal designation that doesn't currently apply to people displaced by climate change.

Making Sense of Weather and Climate

Read Making Sense of Weather and Climate: The Science Behind the Forecasts, by Mark Denny if you want to … well, do what the title of the book says. I know a lot of you are interested in global warming/climate change, so you need toShow More Summary

Here's what real science says about the role of CO2 as Earth's preeminent climatic thermostat

Whenever I post something here at ImaGeo involving climate change, it's a good bet that I'll get a spectrum of critical responses in the comments section. These range from skepticism about the urgency of the problem to outright dismissal...Show More Summary

Street Artist Tackles Climate Change And Fascism, 1 Haunting Mural At A Time

"Being a selfish little bastard, as a junkie, the whole world revolved around me. Now it’s repentance time."

Trump’s Pick To Replace Former Exxon CEO As Secretary Of State Is A Bigger Climate Denier

Mike Pompeo, who was tapped to replace Rex Tillerson, could be the first secretary of state to reject climate science outright. Climate deniers have high hopes for him.

Interior Officials Are Citing Coal Execs And Crank Bloggers To Defend Climate Stances

At the federal agency in charge of 20 percent of the U.S. landmass, blogs like "Watts Up With That" trump The New York Times.

Despite Trump's rhetoric, US officials are still working to stop climate change

33 minutes agoLifestyle / Green Living : Inhabitat

When Trump stepped away from the historic Paris climate agreement and proposed slashing the EPA's climate research budget, he signaled to the world that reducing carbon emissions wasn't a priority for the US. But what Trump says and what his government does are two different things. Show More Summary

Teens' Lawsuit Battling Climate Change Wins Victory Over Justice Department

A group of young people argue that federal support for fossil fuel industries violates their right to life.

To Slow Climate Change, The U.S. Needs To Address Nuclear Power’s Dismal Economics

If nuclear power is to be part of a U.S. climate change strategy over the next century, policymakers must address its increasingly precarious economics.

Gift Shop Stunt Ups Pressure On Natural History Museum To Jettison Trump Megadonor

Hundreds of scientists are already demanding Long Island billionaire Rebekah Mercer leave the museum board over her climate change denial funding.

Natural Selection

Perfectly ripe vermentino at Troon Vineyard   Vintages come and go and with each passing harvest your focus slowly edges away from tanks, barrels and technique to dirt and climate. For wines of character and individuality, it all comes down to the vineyard, all the rest is background noise. Show More Summary

Tropical dry forests 'canary in the coal mine' on climate change

Tropical dry forests are being increasingly recognized as conclusive indicators of climate change, thanks in part thanks to a monitoring system recognized as one of the world's best climate research projects.

‘Game changer’: new vulnerability to climate change in ocean food chain

Excessive rates of carbon dioxide affect the health of key micro-organisms in the oceans, potentially undermining the base of critical marine food chains, according to new research by US scientists. A team of researchers from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) applied techniques from the emerging field of synthetic […]

The Arctic is sending us signals of impending climate chaos

The immediate disasters of The Day After Tomorrow remains wild exaggeration, but melting ice could yet cause dramatic climate changes by altering ocean currents

In the Seychelles, coral reefs face climate change threat

Beneath the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean island nation of the Seychelles, a fight is growing to save the coral reefs that shelter a range of creatures, from tiny invertebrates to the sprawling octopus, from climate chang...

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