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Knoxville News Sentinel
Thai delegation visits Smokies national parkSmoky Mountains National Park in East Tennessee. Thailand and the U.S. have mo
Thai delegation visits Smokies national park
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 27 minutes ago
Smoky Mountains National Park in East Tennessee. Thailand and the U.S. have more in common than an interest in limiting global warming and carbon emissions. They have national parks that are similar and agreements in which Smoky Mountains park... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Address Labour Issues to Boost Productivityand petroleum products on the international market, in addition to other challe
Address Labour Issues to Boost Productivity
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
and petroleum products on the international market, in addition to other challenges associated with emerging realities like global warming, it is imperative that countries invest more in such sectors as services and industries to reach their... Read more
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PollutionOnline
Innovative Market Solution From EOS Climate Curbs Carbon Emissions From HFCsclimate challenges San Francisco, CA /PRNewswire/ - A new innovation to addres
Innovative Market Solution From EOS Climate Curbs Carbon Emissions From HFCs
PollutionOnline / Posted 2 hours ago
climate challenges San Francisco, CA /PRNewswire/ - A new innovation to address climate change is being applied to high global warming potential (GWP) chemicals used for refrigeration and cooling in tens of millions of homes, office buildings,... Read more
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PollutionOnline
Low-Carbon Fuels And Vehicle Efficiency Will Cut Road Transport CO2 Emissions 29% In 2030-- will be realized from a combination of low-carbon fuels, alternative fuel ve
Low-Carbon Fuels And Vehicle Efficiency Will Cut Road Transport CO2 Emissions 29% In 2030
PollutionOnline / Posted 2 hours ago
-- will be realized from a combination of low-carbon fuels, alternative fuel vehicles, and improved fuel efficiencies. "Global warming remains at center stage, and significant strides need to be made in road transportation technologies to... Read more
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The Irish Times
New opportunities exist in context of changing climateisn’t just the scientists. The UN climate conference in Paris last December got
New opportunities exist in context of changing climate
The Irish Times / Posted 2 hours ago
isn’t just the scientists. The UN climate conference in Paris last December got 195 nations to agree to act in the face of global warming, to take action on controlling carbon release into the atmosphere, and to sign a treaty as a binding agreement... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Half of leading investors ignoring climate changea fifth of the top investors - or 97 managing a total of $9.4 trillion in asset
Half of leading investors ignoring climate change
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 3 hours ago
a fifth of the top investors - or 97 managing a total of $9.4 trillion in assets - were taking tangible steps to mitigate global warming These include investing in low polluting assets or encouraging the companies they invest in to be greener. A... Read more
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The Hindu
Engineering students develop bike that runs on hydrogen148 km. A team of students – R. Balaji, Gowthem Raj, Jerry George and Kalid Ib
Engineering students develop bike that runs on hydrogen
The Hindu / Posted 3 hours ago
148 km. A team of students – R. Balaji, Gowthem Raj, Jerry George and Kalid Ibrahim – has designed a bike that addressed global warming and high-level air pollution. “Today, the world needs eco-friendly alternative fuel to operate vehicles. We... Read more
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The Advocate
Saving Louisiana's coast: Curbing emissions critical to avoiding devastating sea level riseyear’s international meeting on climate change in Paris set a goal of reducing
Saving Louisiana's coast: Curbing emissions critical to avoiding devastating sea level rise
The Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
year’s international meeting on climate change in Paris set a goal of reducing carbon emissions to a level that would limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius. “Anyone who cares about the future of coastal Louisiana should be very concerned about... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Desalination plant keeps eye on rising seasthreat. The plant is right at sea level, which is expected to rise 6 inches or
Desalination plant keeps eye on rising seas
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 9 hours ago
threat. The plant is right at sea level, which is expected to rise 6 inches or more over the next couple of decades as global warming melts the polar ice caps. “In terms of the physical location of the plant versus sea-level rise,” said Alison... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
If the Duke can’t get his day, who can?Resolution 772 honoring Queen Elsa in “Frozen.” GOP leadership flatly rejected
If the Duke can’t get his day, who can?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 11 hours ago
Resolution 772 honoring Queen Elsa in “Frozen.” GOP leadership flatly rejected the effort, calling her “the poster girl for global warming hysteria, since she can change anything into ice.” Democrats, backed by Gov. Jerry Brown, voted unanimously on... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Gwynne Dyer: Climate tipping point could be hereyet it's hardly ever mentioned in the public discussion of climate change. The
Gwynne Dyer: Climate tipping point could be here
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
yet it's hardly ever mentioned in the public discussion of climate change. The word is "non-linear". Most people think of global warming as an incremental thing. It may be inexorable, but it's also predictable. Alas, most people are wrong. The... Read more
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The News & Observer
America’s suicide epidemic a national security crisisof poorer, more rural Americans sidelined. Terrorist attacks have tended to tak
America’s suicide epidemic a national security crisis
The News & Observer / Posted 13 hours ago
of poorer, more rural Americans sidelined. Terrorist attacks have tended to take place in the world’s great cities; global warming is, well, global. These problems are harder to ignore. But suicide happens in our culture’s shadows. Suicide... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Gwynne Dyer: Climate tipping point could be hereyet it's hardly ever mentioned in the public discussion of climate change. The
Gwynne Dyer: Climate tipping point could be here
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
yet it's hardly ever mentioned in the public discussion of climate change. The word is "non-linear". Most people think of global warming as an incremental thing. It may be inexorable, but it's also predictable. Alas, most people are wrong. The... Read more
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walesonline
Climate change 'irreversible if fossil fuels not abandoned by 2030'climate change continues. The joint author of the Land Use and Climate Change
Climate change 'irreversible if fossil fuels not abandoned by 2030'
walesonline / Posted 16 hours ago
climate change continues. The joint author of the Land Use and Climate Change Report said urgent change is vital to stop global warming. Paradoxically, some areas, including Wales, may temporarily cool as a result of climate change, he... Read more
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The Washington Times
‘Climate Hustle,’ anti-climate change film, to air in theaters Mondaybox office. “[T]hat’s the purpose of this film, to make people laugh at the ri
‘Climate Hustle,’ anti-climate change film, to air in theaters Monday
The Washington Times / Posted 17 hours ago
box office. “[T]hat’s the purpose of this film, to make people laugh at the ridiculous claims that have been created about global warming/climate change. Morano does this, and does it well. That’s the power behind this film,” said Mr. Watts in his... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Palo Verde refueling top-performing reactorthat the move away from fossil fuels increases the importance of nuclear power,
Palo Verde refueling top-performing reactor
The Arizona Republic / Posted 18 hours ago
that the move away from fossil fuels increases the importance of nuclear power, which does not emit carbon. "Obviously global warming, most people would agree, is a real-deal issue," Cadogan said. "A lot of scientists are starting to realize... Read more
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The Economic Times
Wealth from waste: A novel Indian biotech solutionso called agricultural waste which becomes an asset to the farmer, it helps the
Wealth from waste: A novel Indian biotech solution
The Economic Times / Posted 20 hours ago
so called agricultural waste which becomes an asset to the farmer, it helps the contentious issue of climate change and global warming, it helps us to reduce carbon emissions." This also offers a suitable solution to the air pollution caused... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the EditorThe campaign’s goal was to create scientific uncertainty about global climate c
Letters to the Editor
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 22 hours ago
The campaign’s goal was to create scientific uncertainty about global climate change. This campaign turned the problem of global warming from scientific consensus to debate. The sales of soft drinks, linked to obesity, diabetes and heart disease,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Feeding frenzy in Spain's renewable energy sectorcomparison, private equity firms have a lot of cash for acquisitions.And ultima
Feeding frenzy in Spain's renewable energy sector
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
comparison, private equity firms have a lot of cash for acquisitions.And ultimately, the renewables sector has good prospects, particularly after 175 countries agreed to slow down global warming in a historic deal signed in Decemb... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINIONThe campaign’s goal was to create scientific uncertainty about global climate c
YOUR OPINION
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
The campaign’s goal was to create scientific uncertainty about global climate change. This campaign turned the problem of global warming from scientific consensus to debate. The sales of soft drinks, linked to obesity, diabetes and heart disease,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sir David Attenborough at 90: An A to Zmeans of getting about town because he has never owned a car, and “hates drivin
Sir David Attenborough at 90: An A to Z
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
means of getting about town because he has never owned a car, and “hates driving”. Previously, though convinced on global warming, he had avoided pronouncing out of respect for BBC rules of impartiality. D is for the Deepest Dive, another... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The climate change brigade, press freedoms - and clockwork bluebellsand pavements white with snow. While boys chucked snowballs at each other, adul
The climate change brigade, press freedoms - and clockwork bluebells
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
and pavements white with snow. While boys chucked snowballs at each other, adults passed ribald comments about “all this global warming”. Only a few weeks back the warmists were trumpeting that we had just been through “the warmest winter on... Read more
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The Economic Times
Collectorate razing would be irreparable blow to Patna: INTACH chairman to Nitish Kumarlocated on the fragile banks of river Ganga. "Demolition of old buildings and
Collectorate razing would be irreparable blow to Patna: INTACH chairman to Nitish Kumar
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
located on the fragile banks of river Ganga. "Demolition of old buildings and construction of new buildings, also add to global warming, besides making for huge capital outlays. "Reuse of the existing buildings with suitable additions and... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
On climate change, time to act is nowIn 1896 a Swedish scientist was the first to note that fossil fuel combustion w
On climate change, time to act is now
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
In 1896 a Swedish scientist was the first to note that fossil fuel combustion would lead to greenhouse gasses enhancing global warming. In the 1990s the International Panel on Climate Change was formed to study the rising temperatures of the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Feeding frenzy in Spain's renewable energy sectorcomparison, private equity firms have a lot of cash for acquisitions. And ulti
Feeding frenzy in Spain's renewable energy sector
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
comparison, private equity firms have a lot of cash for acquisitions. And ultimately, the renewables sector has good prospects, particularly after 175 countries agreed to slow down global warming in a historic deal signed in December... Read more
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The Advocate
Global warming threatens brown pelicanscurrent ranges -- in some cases up to 100 percent -- by 2050. The study says th
Global warming threatens brown pelicans
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
current ranges -- in some cases up to 100 percent -- by 2050. The study says these birds won’t be able to move elsewhere if global warming continues on its current trajectory. An additional 188 species face more than 50 percent range loss by 2080... Read more
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The Advocate
Climate change a threat to New Orleans region, officials warnthat President Barack Obama announced new rules aimed at cutting carbon dioxide
Climate change a threat to New Orleans region, officials warn
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
that President Barack Obama announced new rules aimed at cutting carbon dioxide emissions from power plants that help cause global warming, focused on the threat of rising sea levels and disappearing wetlands, a combination that could leave the city... Read more
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The Advocate
'Saving the coast': Curbing emissions critical to avoiding devastating sea level riseyear’s international meeting on climate change in Paris set a goal of reducing
'Saving the coast': Curbing emissions critical to avoiding devastating sea level rise
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
year’s international meeting on climate change in Paris set a goal of reducing carbon emissions to a level that would limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius. “Anyone who cares about the future of coastal Louisiana should be very concerned about... Read more
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The Advocate
Global warming fix requires sacrificeThe recent Advocate article, “Poll: Americans not too bothered by global warmin
Global warming fix requires sacrifice
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
The recent Advocate article, “Poll: Americans not too bothered by global warming,” stands in stark contrast to November’s issue of National Geographic. Discussants of climate change, regardless of their position, would be well served to read the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Study: Bakken Formation oil field fuels global air pollutionEthane pollution can also harm agricultural crops. Ozone also ranks as the thir
Study: Bakken Formation oil field fuels global air pollution
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
Ethane pollution can also harm agricultural crops. Ozone also ranks as the third-largest contributor to human-caused global warming after carbon dioxide and methane. “We didn't expect one region to have such a global influence,” said Eric... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Can Annapolis fight sea level rise without losing its waterfront charm?Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, Craig said. More broadly, it was an attempt to
Can Annapolis fight sea level rise without losing its waterfront charm?
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, Craig said. More broadly, it was an attempt to raise awareness about the threat of global warming and rising sea levels to coastal communities around the world, and the things that the city and its residents... Read more
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Business Insider
A new report argues you're more likely to die in a mass extinction than a car crashchange also poses its own risks. As I’ve written about before, serious veterans
A new report argues you're more likely to die in a mass extinction than a car crash
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
change also poses its own risks. As I’ve written about before, serious veterans of climate science now suggest that global warming will spawn continent-sized superstorms by the end of the century. Farquhar said that even more conservative... Read more
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Daily Mail
Weather Channel founder SLAMS Bill Nye, calls him 'pretend scientist'he does.' The film, marketed with the tagline 'Are they trying to control the
Weather Channel founder SLAMS Bill Nye, calls him 'pretend scientist'
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
he does.' The film, marketed with the tagline 'Are they trying to control the climate... or you?' suggests that man-made global warming is a hoax. Its website says that an 'overheated environmental con job [is] being used to push for increased... Read more
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News.com.au
The Aussie politicians echoing Trumpso much money out of our country that they have rebuilt China”. In 2012 he too
The Aussie politicians echoing Trump
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
so much money out of our country that they have rebuilt China”. In 2012 he took to Twitter to blame China for creating global warming to make the US manufacturing sector non-competitive. Mr Palmer told the ABC’s Q&A program in 2014: “The... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
WLBZ Bangor / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Study: US oil field source of global uptick in air pollutionEthane pollution can also harm agricultural crops. Ozone also ranks as the thir
Study: US oil field source of global uptick in air pollution
The Oklahoman / Posted yesterday
Ethane pollution can also harm agricultural crops. Ozone also ranks as the third-largest contributor to human-caused global warming after carbon dioxide and methane. "We didn't expect one region to have such a global influence," said Eric... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
WKYC Cleveland / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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USA Today
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
USA Today / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
KTHV Little Rock / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
NorthWest Cable News / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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First Coast News
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
First Coast News / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
KTVB Boise / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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Irish Examiner
David Attenborough hails the BBC but says 'it must live in the real world'out about climate change until he was sure of the scientific arguments about it
David Attenborough hails the BBC but says 'it must live in the real world'
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
out about climate change until he was sure of the scientific arguments about it, and why he did not give his views about global warming until 2006. David told the newspaper: “I had a very clear view about that. I joined the BBC when it was a... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the weekScientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the
Dog hugs: 5 most incredible discoveries of the week
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted yesterday
Scientists were surprised to find a dramatic increase in plant life around the world over the past 33 years instead of the global-warming-related "browning" they expected. It's all thanks to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but... Read more
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