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It might be possible to refreeze the icecaps to slow global warming

One of the most worrisome aspects of climate change is the role played by positive feedback mechanisms. In addition to global temperatures rising because of increased carbon dioxide and greenhouse gas emissions, there is the added push created by deforestation, ocean acidification, and (most notably) the disappearance of the Arctic polar ice cap.

Is Technology Rather Than Conservation the Answer to Global Warming?

1 hour agoTechnology : The Goods

Given how far gone we are, should humanity turn to technology for solutions to global warming?

The moral element of climate change

Lawmakers around the world struggle to create policies that balance their nations' needs and interests with their impacts on global warming.

Freaky February Heat Waves Trigger More Chills Over Climate Change

7 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

A bonkers February with stretches of extremely high temperatures mixed periodically with old-fashioned, pre-climate-change plunging mercury is the latest chilling warning about global warming. Single-day record highs as well as multiple-day...Show More Summary

Tucker Carlson Takes on DNC Advisor Who Doesn't Know How to Identify a Gender

So why does 'the party of science', the enlightened ones, the people with thousands of scientists from accredited colleges throughout the country who tell us about dangers of global warming, carbon emissions, and how many vegetablesShow More Summary

‘MIT Technology Review’ Names the Top 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017

With ongoing wars, global warming, and general political shittiness, it’s sometimes easy to forget about all the other great things going on in the world. If you’re in need of a quick reminder, then look no further than the MIT Technology Review, which has shared its top 10 breakthrough technologies of 2017. The magazine, published by the Massachusetts Institute […]

The EU’s renewable energy policy is making global warming worse

Independent report concludes the massive subsidies for wood energy are increasing greenhouse emissions, and are a waste of public money

North Dakota Access Pipeline Protestors Light Their Camp on Fire, Spew Greenhouse Gases Into The Air

Liberal "environmentalists" and global warming fanatics have been camping along the North Dakota Access Pipeline route for months, demanding the...

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 »

Glaciology: East Antarctica's Weddell woe

yesterdayAcademics : Nature

The immense East Antarctic ice sheet may be more vulnerable to rising temperatures in the Weddell Sea than previously thought.Earlier studies have predicted that most of the ice lost from Antarctica as a result of global warming will be from the West Antarctic Ice

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.

Scott Pruitt attacks critics and EPA employees in first speech

In this first address to the staff of the Environmental Protection Agency, newly-appointed chief Scott Pruitt didn’t give any rousing speeches about fighting global warming or protecting the planet. Instead, he used the opportunity to...Show More Summary

Team investigates effects of acidification on marine ecosystem

LONDON – British and Japanese scientists are conducting new research seeking to discover how Japan’s marine ecosystem may be affected by global warming. They are studying the potential side effects of rising acidity in Japan’s seas caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Previous studies in the Mediterranean have shown that increased acidification can […]

Small ponds have outsized impact on global warming: study

Tiny natural ponds pose an overlooked danger for speeding up global warming, according to a study published Monday in the journal Nature Climate Change. In experiments designed to simulate moderate future warming, scientists in Britain...Show More Summary

How do you cool a city in a warming world?

Globally, 2016 was the warmest year on record. In Los Angeles, temperature records were shattered last summer during scorching heat waves that saw highs of 100 degrees for five days straight.

Virginia parents urge officials to protect the environment

The Virginia chapter of Moms Clean Air Force, a national coalition of parents concerned about air pollution and global warming, called on state and federal officials Monday to be conscientious … Click to Continue »

Global Warming: Time to Call the Bad Intellectual Bets...

Eric Holthaus: _[@EricHolthaus][]_: "Now that it's over, we can say for sure: 2016 was the warmest year we've ever measured on Earth." We need to remember who the deniers and the skeptics have been over the past 30 years: bad judgments and corrupt arguments need to be remembered. First of...

Winners and losers—climate change will shift vegetation

Projected global warming will likely decrease the extent of temperate drylands by a third over the remainder of the 21st century coupled with an increase in dry deep soil conditions during agricultural growing season. These results have...Show More Summary

The simple truth: Coal-fired generators have no future in Australia

After last week's blackouts, record heat and bizarre coal worshipping rituals in parliament, Ross Gittins has sarcastically concluded it as just as well we don't need to worry about global warming - Don't worry, climate change is just imaginary. Show More Summary

Invitation: Global warming to cause dramatic changes in fisheries

(VVH Consulting) New research from scientists and economists at the University of California Santa Barbara, Oregon State University and Environmental Defense Fund identifies the dramatic future impacts of climate change on the world's fisheries and how fishing reforms are vital to sustaining the global seafood supply. Show More Summary

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