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Giant Waves Destroy Arctic Ice Weakened by Climate Change

This is one of the best references I have found. Well written, not to 'techie' but also with full references if you want to dig more.

from Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

Climate change evidence: How do we know?

This graph, based on the comparison of atmospheric samples contained in ice cores and more recent direct measurements, provides evidence that atmospheric CO2 has increased since the Industrial Revolution. (Source: [[LINK||||NOAA]])

from The Huffington Post

Climate Change Is Driving Heat Waves Around The World: Report

There are too many people on this planet, and way too many are irresponsible, selfish, greedy, destructive, careless or sadistic.

Univ. of Arizona professor Guy MacPherson on climate change: It's too late. We're the last generation of humans. Arctic ice cap to disappear in summer by 2015, Gulf Stream shifting, unstoppable methane release from the warming tundra, and more.

Climate change has become one of those divisive, polarizing issues that confound our political system. It's often hard to even have a civil conversation with folks who disagree, even with close relatives or friends. But it is clear that the climate crisis has arrived. And the key to solving it is educating those around us.

from Twitter

Richard McLellan on

Earth's 2015 New Year's Resolution: "Shine, baby, shine" Great cartoon by @Patbagley #climatechange #renewables


Gallery: Gorgeous networks that help us understand the world

Map of Science How networks help us understand the world

ExxonMobil, the world’s largest and most powerful oil company, knew everything there was to know about climate change by the mid-1980s, and then spent the next few decades systematically funding climate denial and lying about the state of the science.

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