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Daily Mail
Trump eliminates his global warming advisory councilTrump administration eliminates ANOTHER advisory group – and this time it's the
Daily Mail / Posted 24 minutes ago
Trump administration eliminates ANOTHER advisory group – and this time it's the global warming council The Trump administration is disbanding advisory panel on climate assessment The Advisory Committee for the Sustained National Climate Assessment... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Can Anyone, Even Walmart, Stem The Heat-Trapping Flood Of Nitrogen On Farms?fertilizer, they really light up" and pump out nitrous oxide. If you add it al
KERA North Texas / Posted 2 hours ago
fertilizer, they really light up" and pump out nitrous oxide. If you add it all up, fertilizer is the biggest part of the global warming price tag of a loaf of bread or a box of corn flakes. According to one study, carried out by the consulting... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Can Anyone, Even Walmart, Stem The Heat-Trapping Flood Of Nitrogen On Farms?fertilizer, they really light up" and pump out nitrous oxide. If you add it all
KPBS San Diego / Posted 2 hours ago
fertilizer, they really light up" and pump out nitrous oxide. If you add it all up, fertilizer is the biggest part of the global warming price tag of a loaf of bread or a box of corn flakes. According to one study, carried out by the consulting... Read more
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Daily Mail
How the Zika virus suppresses a pregnant woman's immune systemwomen and their unborn babies and addressing mosquito-borne illnesses, a proble
Daily Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
women and their unborn babies and addressing mosquito-borne illnesses, a problem that is becoming more prevalent due to global warming and climate change. Zika is transmitted to people through the bite of infected female mosquitoes, from the... Read more
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Mashable
This map corrects everything you thought you knew about the worldmore than just the land masses we live on. Specifically, there are five areas:
Mashable / Posted 5 hours ago
more than just the land masses we live on. Specifically, there are five areas: Sea ice around the North Pole representing global warming, territorial sea claims for marine resources, an ozone hole above the South Pole, Greenland's melting... Read more
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Swissinfo
Ambitious Winemakers, Climate Change Makes For Good, Cheap Pinotaromas, silky textures, and layered flavors at more affordable prices. In Burg
Swissinfo / Posted 7 hours ago
aromas, silky textures, and layered flavors at more affordable prices. In Burgundy, still the grape’s ur-territory, global warming has (mostly) ensured riper grapes every year. That, along with better vineyard practices and young ambitious... Read more
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The Manila Times
Sonoma County eyeing $10K price for electric carsaverage gas-burning car in Sonoma County emits 11,247 pounds a year of greenhou
The Manila Times / Posted 8 hours ago
average gas-burning car in Sonoma County emits 11,247 pounds a year of greenhouse gases, which trap heat and contribute to global warming, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. An EV that charges its batteries on Sonoma Clean... Read more
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The Mercury News
Support for climate change bill is haunting a California Republican leaderhas since changed dramatically. Last year, state lawmakers set an aggressive ca
The Mercury News / Posted 10 hours ago
has since changed dramatically. Last year, state lawmakers set an aggressive carbon-emissions goal for 2030: reducing global-warming carbon emissions to 40 percent below 1990 levels. Cap-and-trade, a market-based program, is also considered... Read more
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DW
Climate change sets the world on fire |out small fires can allow flammable debris to accumulate until a colossal fire
DW / Posted 12 hours ago
out small fires can allow flammable debris to accumulate until a colossal fire starts that cannot be controlled. But global warming is resulting in hotter, drier conditions that mean such infernos are becoming more common, even with careful... Read more
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metro
Man gets Ian Beale's crying face tattooed on his leg after joke gets out of handhe explained. ‘If he sees it and hates it then at least he would have seen it.
metro / Posted 13 hours ago
he explained. ‘If he sees it and hates it then at least he would have seen it. It is just a bit of a joke that got out of hand.’ Global warming, Trump, Ian Beale crying face tattoos – 2017 is getting harder and harder to beat for utter craz... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ministry Expediting Efforts to Benefit More People From Energy Resourceslighting is kerosene lamps. These are mostly low-efficiency wick lamps. These l
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 hours ago
lighting is kerosene lamps. These are mostly low-efficiency wick lamps. These lamps emit black carbon that contributes to global warming and causes indoor pollution. Since women do most of the housework in many rural parts of Ethiopia, they... Read more
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Slate
Are the ’60s to Blame for Trump? An Interview With Kurt Andersen.are probably pretty deeply held and maybe even partially innate. Then you have
Slate / Posted 13 hours ago
are probably pretty deeply held and maybe even partially innate. Then you have a belief like you mentioned earlier, that global warming is fake, which really is not the type of belief that anyone could possibly gain unless they were following... Read more
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Perth Now
Scientists probe Antarctic warmingof rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns a
Perth Now / Posted 15 hours ago
of rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns are now being raised about the impact of global warming on Antarctica. World Meteorological Organisation president David Grimes said Australian and US scientists... Read more
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Perth Now
Game of Thrones favs go beyond The Wallcrown. Hmmm. We’ll see about that one … Then we’re back up north, where a zomb
Perth Now / Posted 15 hours ago
crown. Hmmm. We’ll see about that one … Then we’re back up north, where a zombie polar bear gets stuck into the heroes. Global warming doesn’t appear to be worrying Westeros at all, judging by the blizzards, despite the best efforts of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Game of Thrones favs go beyond The Wallcrown. Hmmm. We’ll see about that one … Then we’re back up north, where a zomb
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
crown. Hmmm. We’ll see about that one … Then we’re back up north, where a zombie polar bear gets stuck into the heroes. Global warming doesn’t appear to be worrying Westeros at all, judging by the blizzards, despite the best efforts of the... Read more
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Weekly Times
Scientists probe Antarctic warmingof rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns a
Weekly Times / Posted 16 hours ago
of rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns are now being raised about the impact of global warming on Antarctica. World Meteorological Organisation president David Grimes said Australian and US scientists... Read more
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Herald Sun
Scientists probe Antarctic warmingof rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns a
Herald Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
of rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns are now being raised about the impact of global warming on Antarctica. World Meteorological Organisation president David Grimes said Australian and US scientists... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Scientists probe Antarctic warmingof rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns a
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
of rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns are now being raised about the impact of global warming on Antarctica. World Meteorological Organisation president David Grimes said Australian and US scientists... Read more
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walesonline
Monday, August 21, 2017is likely that a large area of the ruins of Isca Augusta would have been covere
walesonline / Posted 16 hours ago
is likely that a large area of the ruins of Isca Augusta would have been covered by thousands of tons of mud and debris. Global warming will result in a rise in sea level and generate storms and heavy prolonged rainfall. Archaeological sites such... Read more
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News.com.au
Scientists probe Antarctic warmingof rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns a
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
of rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns. But concerns are now being raised about the impact of global warming on Antarctica. World Meteorological Organisation president David Grimes said Australian and US scientists... Read more
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News.com.au
Game of Thrones favs go beyond The Wallcrown. Hmmm. We’ll see about that one … Then we’re back up north, where a zomb
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
crown. Hmmm. We’ll see about that one … Then we’re back up north, where a zombie polar bear gets stuck into the heroes. Global warming doesn’t appear to be worrying Westeros at all, judging by the blizzards, despite the best efforts of the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
It's goodbye dry as parts of the NT experience record temperaturesNT's 2017 dry season disappearing fast, weather changes 'in line with global wa
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 hours ago
NT's 2017 dry season disappearing fast, weather changes 'in line with global warming signals', BOM says The heart of the Northern Territory's dry season is probably over, with some towns experiencing record temperatures and averages well above... Read more
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Herald Sun
Aussie ploy for $420 billion space industryare working to facilitate a space-faring civilization for the future. Elon Musk
Herald Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
are working to facilitate a space-faring civilization for the future. Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX, believes, “catastrophic global warming or some as-yet-unknown technology could spell the end of us,” and has publicly revealed his ambitions to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Is one child enough?be more couples who worry about climate change and decide that one child is the
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
be more couples who worry about climate change and decide that one child is their way of making a contribution to reducing global warming," she said. She said benefits included the child having more attention from their parents, and mum and dad... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: God save the Queen and protect us from an overbearing republicprinciples in the budget, in return for a kick in the heads of the unemployed a
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
principles in the budget, in return for a kick in the heads of the unemployed and more stalling on marriage equality and global warming. Now One Nation will help give more lollies to media moguls in return for a symbolic kick at the ABC. Small... Read more
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Salon.com
Back to the progressive future: It’s not to late to overcome the mistakes of the Clinton erasupported than with what Congress chose to do in the early 1990s. Given how muc
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
supported than with what Congress chose to do in the early 1990s. Given how much time has been lost in combating global warming, and the enormous future costs of that delay, the practical benefits of Kay’s approach to public-interest... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: God save the Queen and protect us from an overbearing republicprinciples in the budget, in return for a kick in the heads of the unemployed a
The Age / Posted yesterday
principles in the budget, in return for a kick in the heads of the unemployed and more stalling on marriage equality and global warming. Now One Nation will help give more lollies to media moguls in return for a symbolic kick at the ABC. Small... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: God save the Queen and protect us from an overbearing republicprinciples in the budget, in return for a kick in the heads of the unemployed a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
principles in the budget, in return for a kick in the heads of the unemployed and more stalling on marriage equality and global warming. Now One Nation will help give more lollies to media moguls in return for a symbolic kick at the ABC. Small... Read more
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Gazette
Stroud MP's column: David Drew reflects on the August weatheris to be believed there is little chance of that happening. Some naysayers wil
Gazette / Posted yesterday
is to be believed there is little chance of that happening. Some naysayers will argue that this is all a consequence of global warming and climate change. Personally the links between our dull summers and climate change I feel remain a... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Handcuffing science and policyActually, not! This is exactly how the Trump Administration is dealing with the
OregonLive.com / Posted yesterday
Actually, not! This is exactly how the Trump Administration is dealing with the greatest threats humanity faces: global warming and climate change. We now have directives removing 'climate change' and climate science from federal... Read more
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KERA North Texas
As India's Climate Changes, Farmers In The North Experiment With New Cropsgas emissions in the world, after China and the United States. Under pressure
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
gas emissions in the world, after China and the United States. Under pressure to cut these emissions — which contribute to global warming and climate change — India is turning to its greatest source of clean, renewable energy: sunshine. It's... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
As India's Climate Changes, Farmers In The North Experiment With New Cropsgas emissions in the world, after China and the United States. Under pressure
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
gas emissions in the world, after China and the United States. Under pressure to cut these emissions — which contribute to global warming and climate change — India is turning to its greatest source of clean, renewable energy: sunshine. It's... Read more
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Business Standard India
Dengue: What you should knowinternational travel and trade has spread its activity and incidence across con
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
international travel and trade has spread its activity and incidence across continents.Some studies also suggest that global warming and change in rainfall patterns have resulted in an increase of mosquito borne diseases like dengue and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Would you pay £2.60 for milk from world's happiest cows?month in the UK. This would increase methane levels dangerously — cows are not
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
month in the UK. This would increase methane levels dangerously — cows are notorious for gas production — contributing to global warming. But Nicola has little truck with such naysayers. 'I've never been convinced by the methane argument,' she... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Denouncing hate, praying for victims and perpetratorsabout our will to do the work required to save ourselves. Scientists have warne
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
about our will to do the work required to save ourselves. Scientists have warned us that we are polluting the air (global warming is happening: seas are rising, earthquakes, fires, drought; all have life-threatening consequences) and... Read more
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The Irish Times
Al Gore interview: ‘We’ll show you, Donald Trump’An Inconvenient Truth, the Pew Research Centre for People and the Press found t
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
An Inconvenient Truth, the Pew Research Centre for People and the Press found that the percentage of Americans attributing global warming to human activity rose from 41 per cent to 50 per cent.Preaching to the choir He must worry, nonetheless,... Read more
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New Kerala
Dengue: what you should know - newkerala news #264714meters, international travel and tradehas spread its activityand incidence acro
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
meters, international travel and tradehas spread its activityand incidence across continents.Some studies also suggest that global warming and change in rainfall patterns have resulted in an increase of mosquito borne diseases like dengue and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
NASA Unveils Plan To Stop World-Ending Supervolcano Eruption...There's Just One Catchthe amount of water in the supervolcano. As it turns to steam. the water would
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
the amount of water in the supervolcano. As it turns to steam. the water would release the heat into the atmosphere, making global warming alarmists tremble. “Building a big aqueduct uphill into a mountainous region would be both costly and... Read more
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Canberra Times
ANU poll finds majority of Australians think science has made life easierrespondents felt GM foods were safe whereas 32.4 per cent felt the same about f
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
respondents felt GM foods were safe whereas 32.4 per cent felt the same about foods grown with pesticides. And what about global warming? Eighty per cent of respondents believed there was solid evidence the world has been warming the last few... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Making fishing funfun, with the duo constantly taking digs at each other. They answered on questi
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
fun, with the duo constantly taking digs at each other. They answered on questions regarding their scariest experiences, global warming and much more about their wacky journey... Q Share one of your scariest experiences... CHARLIE BUTCHER:... Read more
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The Age
ANU poll finds majority of Australians think science has made life easierrespondents felt GM foods were safe whereas 32.4 per cent felt the same about f
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
respondents felt GM foods were safe whereas 32.4 per cent felt the same about foods grown with pesticides. And what about global warming? Eighty per cent of respondents believed there was solid evidence the world has been warming the last few... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ANU poll finds majority of Australians think science has made life easierrespondents felt GM foods were safe whereas 32.4 per cent felt the same about f
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
respondents felt GM foods were safe whereas 32.4 per cent felt the same about foods grown with pesticides. And what about global warming? Eighty per cent of respondents believed there was solid evidence the world has been warming the last few... Read more
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The Herald News
From the Pulpit: The symbolic message in the solar eclipsepeople that are all wrapped up in themselves, forgetting that the results make
The Herald News / Posted 2 days ago
people that are all wrapped up in themselves, forgetting that the results make a very small package; those who feel that global warming is “a Hoax” and ignore the balance of nature. What a lesson this solar eclipse can provide for us in looking... Read more
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Aljazeera
ISIL's smouldering footprint in QayyaraSimultaneously, smoke prevented heat from exiting the atmosphere. Scientists c
Aljazeera / Posted 2 days ago
Simultaneously, smoke prevented heat from exiting the atmosphere. Scientists consequently warned of an extensive rise in global warming due to a five percent increase in carbon dioxide and greenhouse-gas emissions. Others predicted conditions... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘An Inconvenient Truth’: Did the Earth move for us?the Earth move for them? When it came out I remember feeling excited that some
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
the Earth move for them? When it came out I remember feeling excited that someone had actually made a feature film about global warming. At that time it wasn’t a big deal in the collective consciousness; most people hadn’t really grasped the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
So, let's talk green: Who says luxury holidays can’t be sustainable!aware guests, and this number is growing rapidly in the information age that we
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
aware guests, and this number is growing rapidly in the information age that we live in, know that they are contributing to global warming by burning fossil fuels when they travel, that result in greenhouse gas emissions leading to extreme climate... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Letters to the Editor: Had enough of Trump?, Advice for a president, Take stand on climateThree in 10 voters would participate in a campaign to convince elected official
Santa Maria Times / Posted 2 days ago
Three in 10 voters would participate in a campaign to convince elected officials to take action to reduce global warming but nobody has asked them to become involved. I am asking you to become involved in fighting climate change and here’s how —... Read more
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Zero Hedge
'Inconvenient' Fact: Morgan Stanley Says Electric Cars Create More CO2 Than They SaveAnthropogenic Global Warming is a massive fraud. When wondering about anything
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
Anthropogenic Global Warming is a massive fraud. When wondering about anything going on the world one should always ask, "Cui Bono?", that is, who benefits? After asking that question one should follow the money. Americans spend $400 BILLION every... Read more
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The Forward
Is Sebastian Gorka’s Son A ‘Liberal Traitor?’House aide has voiced contempt for those who involve themselves in girlie topic
The Forward / Posted 2 days ago
House aide has voiced contempt for those who involve themselves in girlie topics like climate change. “Go back to your Global Warming buddies,” he advised one environmentalist on-line in November 2015, before assuming his White House post.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'We struggled to find any coral': Researchers troubled by bleaching in Pacificwith pollution, we struggled to find any coral life," he said. Mr De La Brosse
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
with pollution, we struggled to find any coral life," he said. Mr De La Brosse said nowhere was immune to the effects of global warming. "It doesn't matter where you are in the Pacific, coral is starting to bleach." He said data was still being... Read more
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