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NZ’s Southern Alps have lost a third of their ice | Business Spectator

Carbon Mapping: and why only climate policy can stop the boats | Business Spectator

Plants soaked up a third of greenhouse gases

COP19 Warsaw Climate Talks Update: The word "commitment" has now been changed to "contribution" in Warsaw Climate negotiations. "China, now the world's biggest carbon emitter, is still unwilling to be tied to the same emission-reduction obligations as industrialised nations, stressing that the country is still in development...Li said that China had yet to show genuine leadership."

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Middle East Summers Could Become Unlivable By End Of Century

The "father of global warming" has a dire warning for people living in hot, tropical locales. #globalwarming #environment

David Suzuki - The baffling response to Arctic climate change - The report's authors also conclude that the challenges of global poverty and climate change "can be tackled simultaneously with the same policy framework that would shift our development path to a low-carbon footing," creating "jobs, investment opportunities, new possibilities for international cooperation and technological deployment to the benefit of all."

Freeman Dyson on Global Warming 1of2 Bogus Climate Models

The Most Controversial Chart in History, Explained Climate deniers threw all their might at disproving the famous hockey stick climate change graph. Here's why they failed. The hockey stick was repeatedly attacked, and so was Mann himself. Congress got involved, with demands for Mann's data and other information, including a computer code used in his research. Then the National Academy of Sciences weighed in in 2006, vindicating the hockey stick as good science.

The next few years are an important period with the potential to significantly affect the nature of the planet on which today’s young people and future generations will live and hopefully prosper.