"Climate Change Slowdown Is Due to Warming of Deep Oceans, Say Scientists" (ENN.com) Temperatures around the world have been broadly static over the past five years, though they were still significantly above historic norms, and the years from 2000 to 2012 comprise most of the 14 hottest years ever recorded. The scientists said the evidence still clearly pointed to a continuation of global warming in the coming decades as greenhouse gases in the atmosphere contribute to climate change.
'Our data showed that children in the UK are in fact themselves acutely aware of the effect that climate change will have on their futures and are overwhelmingly concerned by the prospect. 74% of children aged 11-16 stated that they are worried about how climate change will affect their future and an identical percentage believe the world will have changed as a result of climate change by the time they are adults.' (RTCC)
"Kelp: The Sea Weed That Could Save Mankind" (NationSwell) "A 20-acre oyster farm could compensate for the aquatic nitrogen pollution caused by 350 shoreline residents, and a 20-acre farm of kelp or Gracilaria could remove 134 tons of the carbon that causes ocean acidification. Those same 20 acres could also grow 24 tons of kelp in five months."