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Trump's EPA aims to replace Obama-era climate, water regulations in 2018

Added: 20.01.2018 21:40 | 1 views | 0 comments

The EPA will replace Obama-era carbon and clean water regulations and open up a debate on climate change in 2018.

From: www.cnbc.com

Pentagon strategy drops climate change as a security threat

Added: 20.01.2018 9:26 | 0 views | 0 comments


Climate change and the impact it has on national and international security was not included in the US national defense strategy, unveiled by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Friday. The move is perhaps not surprising given that President Donald Trump has called climate change a hoax, and last June announced that he would pull the United States out of the historic Paris climate pact unless there were changes to the US side of the deal. In 2016 President Barack Obama labeled climate change a threat to national security, and for years experts and scientists have pointed to the impacts of natural disasters, famines and rising sea levels as prompting refugee flows that threaten global stability.

The Home Heating Debate Heats Up As Temperatures Plunge In Texas

Added: 19.01.2018 20:40 | 0 views | 0 comments

The Texas grid recently hit a new winter peak record of about 65,731 megawatts (MW). If Texas' residential heating were 100% electrified, as many climate change mitigation strategies call for, that peak might have been closer to 90,000 MW, about 10,000 more megawatts than we have.

From: www.forbes.com

Recent advances in understanding coral resilience are essential to safeguard coral reefs

Added: 19.01.2018 17:25 | 0 views | 0 comments

The most urgent course of action to safeguard coral reefs is to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions, but concurrently there is also a need to consider novel management techniques and previously over-looked reef areas for protective actions under predicted climate change impacts. The conclusions were reached following a comprehensive review of the literature on the mechanisms of potential coral resistance and recovery across scales from global reef areas to the microbial level within individual corals.

From: www.sciencedaily.com

The Home Heating Debate Heats Up As Texas Gets Really #ItsSoCold

Added: 19.01.2018 16:26 | 0 views | 0 comments

The Texas grid recently hit a new winter peak record of about 65,731 megawatts (MW). If Texas' residential heating were 100% electrified, as many climate change mitigation strategies call for, that peak might have been closer to 90,000 MW, about 10,000 more megawatts than we have.

From: www.forbes.com

What Today's Headlines About Famine Get Wrong

Added: 19.01.2018 15:14 | 0 views | 0 comments

Maybe you've heard that world hunger is at crisis levels — and climate change is largely to blame. A new book argues otherwise.

From: www.npr.org

No, the worst-case climate change futures haven’t been ruled out

Added: 19.01.2018 12:25 | 0 views | 0 comments

A single study has been hailed for narrowing the range of possible climate change scenarios, but figuring out how the world will warm is more complicated than headlines suggest

From: www.newscientist.com

The Home Heating Debate Heats Up As Texas Gets Really #ItsSoCold

Added: 19.01.2018 12:22 | 0 views | 0 comments

The Texas grid recently hit a new winter peak record of about 65,731 megawatts (MW). If Texas' residential heating were 100% electrified, as many climate change mitigation strategies call for, that peak might have been closer to 90,000 MW, about 10,000 more megawatts than we have.

From: www.forbes.com

Climate change linked to more flowery forests

Added: 19.01.2018 11:35 | 0 views | 0 comments

New research has revealed a surprising relationship between surging atmospheric carbon dioxide and flower blooms in a remote tropical forest.

From: feeds.sciencedaily.com

Climate change linked to more flowery forests

Added: 19.01.2018 11:35 | 1 views | 0 comments

New research has revealed a surprising relationship between surging atmospheric carbon dioxide and flower blooms in a remote tropical forest.

From: www.sciencedaily.com

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