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By 2030, half the world's oceans could be reeling from climate change, scientists say - Chicago Tribune

By 2030, half the world's oceans could be reeling from climate change, scientists say - Chicago Tribune

The world is already experiencing water scarcity driven by over-use, poor land management and climate change, writes Nafeez Ahmed. It's one of the causes of wars and terrorism in the Middle East and beyond, and if we fail to respond to the warnings before us, major food and power shortages will soon afflict large parts of the globe fuelling hunger, insecurity and conflict.

The world is already experiencing water scarcity driven by over-use, poor land management and climate change, writes Nafeez Ahmed. It's one of the causes of wars and terrorism in the Middle East and beyond, and if we fail to respond to the warnings before us, major food and power shortages will soon afflict large parts of the globe fuelling hunger, insecurity and conflict.

Nasa’s results, which combine sea-surface temperature and air temperature on…

July 2016 was world's hottest month since records began, says Nasa

Nasa’s results, which combine sea-surface temperature and air temperature on…

We're Destroying the Planet in Ways That Are Even Worse Than Global Warming | Mother Jones | Humans are "eating away at our own life support systems" at a rate unseen in the past 10,000 years by degrading land and freshwater systems, emitting greenhouse gases and releasing vast amounts of agricultural chemicals into the environment, new research has found. Click to read and share the full article. 1/22

We're Destroying the Planet in Ways That Are Even Worse Than Global Warming | Mother Jones | Humans are "eating away at our own life support systems" at a rate unseen in the past 10,000 years by degrading land and freshwater systems, emitting greenhouse gases and releasing vast amounts of agricultural chemicals into the environment, new research has found. Click to read and share the full article. 1/22

Much of the Amazon is facing a death spiral of deforestation and drought over the next century, according to a new study. Projected reductions in rainfall would not lead to “complete Amazon dieback” but “large parts” of the vast region were “certainly at risk”, one of the researchers said.  The water cycle of the Amazon has been described as “one of nature’s great wonders”, but the forest has been under pressure from the timber industry, agriculture and the effects of climate change.

Amazon faces death spiral of drought and deforestation, scientists warn

Much of the Amazon is facing a death spiral of deforestation and drought over the next century, according to a new study. Projected reductions in rainfall would not lead to “complete Amazon dieback” but “large parts” of the vast region were “certainly at risk”, one of the researchers said. The water cycle of the Amazon has been described as “one of nature’s great wonders”, but the forest has been under pressure from the timber industry, agriculture and the effects of climate change.

Climate Reversed Atlantic Ocean | PlanetSave

Tiny nano motors could scrub our oceans clean of CO2 pollution

Indonesia and the environment A sorry record on deforestation According to a paper published in the June 29th edition of the journal Nature Climate Change, Indonesia has now overtaken Brazil as the country with the highest rate of annual loss in primary forest in the world. The authors have used satellite imagery to map the deforestation over the period from 2000 to 2012.

A sorry record on deforestation

Indonesia and the environment A sorry record on deforestation According to a paper published in the June 29th edition of the journal Nature Climate Change, Indonesia has now overtaken Brazil as the country with the highest rate of annual loss in primary forest in the world. The authors have used satellite imagery to map the deforestation over the period from 2000 to 2012.

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