Was That Climate Change, Too? Short Answer: Yes

The Coming Storm of Climate Change

Was That Climate Change, Too? Short Answer: Yes

Do We Really Intend to Avoid Dangerous Climate Change?   | “After working on many aspects of climate change for more than two decades, I became fascinated by the idea that so few of the 1,000,000 pieces of the puzzle have fallen into place after years of work by millions of individuals, thousands of organizations, and dozens of countries. Why haven’t we made more progress?”

Do We Really Intend to Avoid Dangerous Climate Change?  | “After working on many aspects of climate change for more than two decades, I became fascinated by the idea that so few of the 1,000,000 pieces of the puzzle have fallen into place after years of work by millions of individuals, thousands of organizations, and dozens of countries. Why haven’t we made more progress?”

The Arctic Ocean Is Becoming More Like the Atlantic Ocean - Scientific American The changes are already visible in the region, which has had largely ice-free summers since 2011

The Arctic Ocean Is Becoming More Like the Atlantic Ocean - Scientific American The changes are already visible in the region, which has had largely ice-free summers since 2011

A film showing the carbon dioxide emissions of New York City in real time. Still shows one day's emissions: 149,903 metric tons.

A film showing the carbon dioxide emissions of New York City in real time. Still shows one day's emissions: 149,903 metric tons.

“Climate change is predicted to bring more than just floods: There could be heat waves, sea level rises causing loss of land, and forced migration and droughts affecting agriculture and the farmers producing it. And with these concerns comes a plethora of issues plaguing the human mind, such as depression, worry, anxiety, substance abuse, aggression and even suicide among those who cannot cope.” | » CNN - 14 March 2017: Depression, anxiety, PTSD: The mental impact of climate change

“Climate change is predicted to bring more than just floods: There could be heat waves, sea level rises causing loss of land, and forced migration and droughts affecting agriculture and the farmers producing it. And with these concerns comes a plethora of issues plaguing the human mind, such as depression, worry, anxiety, substance abuse, aggression and even suicide among those who cannot cope.” | » CNN - 14 March 2017: Depression, anxiety, PTSD: The mental impact of climate change

Massive Permafrost Thaw Documented in Canada, Portends Huge Carbon Release

Massive Permafrost Thaw Documented in Canada, Portends Huge Carbon Release

Can We End Our Fossil Fuel Addiction by 2050? #infographic #Environment #FossilFuel

Can We End Our Fossil Fuel Addiction by 2050? #infographic

Sea levels are set to rise by at least six meters - inundating all our coastal cities | International Business Times, UK Edition

Sea levels are set to rise by at least six meters - inundating all our coastal cities | International Business Times, UK Edition

125,000 years of ocean warming in 50 years: What does it mean for sea levels? |  “The last time the Earth's oceans were this warm, the water level was two to three stories higher than it is today, according to a new research paper”

125,000 years of ocean warming in 50 years: What does it mean for sea levels?

125,000 years of ocean warming in 50 years: What does it mean for sea levels? | “The last time the Earth's oceans were this warm, the water level was two to three stories higher than it is today, according to a new research paper”

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