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January 28, 2015
'No chance' of beating climate change without India: Obama
New Delhi (AFP) Jan 27, 2015
US President Barack Obama warned Tuesday that the world does not "stand a chance against climate change" unless developing countries such as India reduce their dependence on fossil fuels. "I know the argument made by some, that it's unfair for countries like the United States to ask developing nations and emerging economies like India to reduce your dependence on the same fossil fuels that helped power our growth for more than a century," Obama said in New Delhi. "But here's the truth: even if c ... read more

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Greenland Ice: The warmer it gets the faster it melts
Melting of glacial ice will probably raise sea level around the globe, but how fast this melting will happen is uncertain. In the case of the Greenland Ice Sheet, the more temperatures increase, the ... more
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US Senate: Yes, climate change is real
In a surprise move, US Senate Republicans joined Democrats and went on record Wednesday acknowledging that climate change is real. ... more
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Atmospheric warming heats the bottom of ice sheets, as well as the top
A team of scientists led by Cornell University Earth and Atmospheric Sciences researcher Michael Willis, has published a new paper showing for the first time that meltwater from the surface of an ic ... more
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Social cost of climate change too low
The economic damage caused by a ton of CO2 emissions-often referred to as the "social cost of carbon-could actually be six times higher than the value that the United States uses to guide current en ... more
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Ancient fossils reveal rise in parasitic infections due to climate change
When seeking clues about the future effects of possible climate change, sometimes scientists look to the past. Now, a paleobiologist from the University of Missouri has found indications of a greate ... more
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New non-destructive device measures root growth in smaller plants
Researchers from North Carolina State University's Department of Horticultural Science recently introduced a new apparatus called the "mini-Horhizotron", a device used to non-destructively measure t ... more
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Record-breaking 2014 was hottest in modern history: US
Record-breaking temperatures scorched the planet last year, making 2014 the hottest in more than a century and raising new concerns about global warming, US government scientists said Friday. ... more
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Climate and friends influence young corals choice of real estate
Researchers in Australia have found that where baby corals choose to settle is influenced by ocean temperature and the presence of their symbiotic algae in the water. Warmer than normal maximu ... more
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Leave coal, oil in ground for climate's sake: study
The Middle East must leave 40 percent of its oil reserves in the ground, and China, the US and Russia most of their coal if global warming is to be curbed, researchers said Wednesday. ... more
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Cheap fuel or climate safeguard - a simple choice
A third of oil reserves, half of gas reserves and over 80% of current coal reserves globally should remain in the ground and not be used before 2050 if global warming is to stay below the 2 C target ... more
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Drought led to massive 'dead zone' in Lake Erie
Lake Erie just can't catch a break. The lake has experienced harmful algal blooms and severe oxygen-depleted "dead zones" for years, but now a team of researchers led by Carnegie's Anna Michalak and ... more
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What is the MJO, and why do we care?
The articles posted on this blog have described ENSO, its regional and global impacts, and the challenge of forecasting it, among several other topics. Here we introduce another important player on ... more
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Soil's large carbon stores could be freed by increased plant growth
An increase in human-made carbon dioxide in the atmosphere could initiate a chain reaction between plants and microorganisms that would unsettle one of the largest carbon reservoirs on the planet - ... more
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Climate change: In 2015, the long march to Paris
Agreements on climate change - to paraphrase what the 19th-century German statesman Otto von Bismarck said about law-making - are like sausages. ... more
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Belize blue hole helps explain collapse of ancient Mayan civilization
Recent mineral testing in the Great Blue Hole, a massive underwater cave in Belize, suggests a lengthy drought lead to the collapse of the Mayans. ... more
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Massive study provides first detailed look at how Greenland's ice is vanishing
The Greenland Ice Sheet is the second-largest body of ice on Earth. It covers an area about five times the size of New York State and Kansas combined, and if it melts completely, oceans could rise b ... more
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NASA Data Underscore Severity of California Drought
It will take about 11 trillion gallons of water (42 cubic kilometers) - around 1.5 times the maximum volume of the largest U.S. reservoir - to recover from California's continuing drought, accordi ... more
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Past global warming similar to today's
The rate at which carbon emissions warmed Earth's climate almost 56 million years ago resembles modern, human-caused global warming much more than previously believed, but involved two pulses of car ... more
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Climate Change and ENSO: Take 2
by Mat Collins Tom previously touched on how climate change might affect ENSO, emphasizing the 2013 AR5 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) statement (footnote 1), which basically said ... more
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Help U.S. Cope with Climate Change: Enter NASA-USGS Data App Challenge
NASA in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is offering more than $35,000 in prizes to citizen scientists for ideas that make use of climate data to address vulnerabilities faced by t ... more
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'Creeping humanitarian crisis' in drought-hit Central America: UN
A drawn-out drought in Central America has pushed some 2.5 million people in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador into food insecurity, the UN warned Friday. ... more
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Climate change: What now for the Paris accord?
Four years ago, the world's nations vowed to forge a pact by the end of 2015 that would tame climate change and bequeath a safer planet to future generations. ... more
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UN pushes ahead on 2015 climate deal after marathon
UN members pressed ahead Sunday with a vision for a historic pact to defeat climate change by adopting a format for national pledges to cut Earth-warming greenhouse gases. ... more
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Don't wreck deal, US warns, as climate talks jam
The United States urged developing countries Thursday to ease objections to a world deal on climate change as deadlines loomed at a 12-day UN meeting in Lima. ... more
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