Notice: Climate Change

By Keith | Global Warming is real says the editor of Notice Magazine.

NASA Finds New, Frightening Way Glaciers Are Melting in Greenland

Scientists have had their eyes on Greenland as its iconic glaciers have begun disappearing due to a warming climate. But, what they didn't expect to …

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Animations Show the Melting Arctic Sea Ice, and What the Earth Would Look Like When All of the Ice Melts

It’s no secret that climate change has been taking a toll on the Arctic. But it’s one thing to read about it, another thing to see it in action. …

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Climate Change Is Turning Antarctica Green

Rising temperatures have prompted "unprecedented" ecological change across the Antarctic Peninsula.<p>Antarctica, the desolate southernmost continent boasting the coldest climate on Earth, usually brings to mind visions of ice, snow and penguins.<p>But global warming is transforming Antarctica’s icy …

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Oceans rising three times faster now than they were in 1990

A new scientific analysis finds that the Earth’s oceans are rising nearly three times as rapidly as they were throughout most of the 20th century, …

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Find out what is true and false about climate change

The subject of climate change may or may not come up at a family gathering or a cocktail party. If it does, you might hear people debating some of the finer points of science, perhaps with little or no climate science background.<p>Skeptical Science is a science education group run by a global team of …

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Arctic stronghold of world’s seeds flooded after permafrost melts

No seeds were lost but the ability of the rock vault to provide failsafe protection against all disasters is now threatened by climate change<p>It was designed as an impregnable deep-freeze to protect the world’s most precious seeds from any global disaster and ensure humanity’s food supply forever. …

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Antarctica Is Turning Green, as Climate Change Pushes It Back in Geologic Time

This isn't good.<p>Researchers in Antarctica have discovered rapidly growing banks of mosses on the ice continent's northern peninsula, providing …

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Surprising developments in China, India could blunt Trump's climate rollbacks

Stop me if you've heard this one: The U.S. shouldn't act to cut its planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions because it would harm the economy while China and India are building coal plants and emitting whatever they want.<p>That is an argument that opponents of climate action, mainly in the Republican …

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How a Melting Arctic Changes Everything

By Eric RostonEric Roston and Blacki MigliozziBlacki Migliozzi<p>A corrosion-proof, titanium Russian flag sways in the currents of the North Pole …

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The evidence is overwhelming: Earth is losing all its ice

“The evidence is overwhelming: Earth is losing its ice.”<p>Glaciers all over the world are disappearing in what should be the subject of “international …

Did Global Warming Really ‘Pause’ During the 2000s?

A new study explains why the controversial hiatus doesn’t amount to much.<p>It is the first year of the new Republican president’s term. He has taken over a healthy economy from his Democratic predecessor, and, with it, the freedom to branch out beyond the typical Reaganism. He has also inherited a …

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Montana's Melting Glaciers On Pace To All But Disappear 'Within 20 Years'

In a few decades, Glacier National Park may need a new name.<p>Grinnell Glacier towered roughly 30 feet over scientist Dan Fagre when he began studying the ice 26 years ago. Now, when he hikes through Montana’s Glacier National Park, the ancient ice wall’s dark, craggy edge barely reaches his …

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Oxygen levels ‘falling 2 to 3 times faster than predicted’ in our warming oceans

We’re suffocating ocean life and speeding up the next mass extinction.<p>Depletion of dissolved oxygen in our oceans, which can cause dead zones, is …

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There's a new branch in the huge Antarctic ice crack

A new branch was spotted this week in a massive crack on an Antarctic ice shelf, reopening the question of when a Delaware-sized piece of ice will break off and float away to sea.<p>The roughly 110-mile rift in the Antarctic Peninsula’s Larsen C ice shelf has been relatively quiet for the past few …

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Analysis Of Global Warming 'Hiatus' Confirms, Once Again, That Humans Are Driving Climate Change

Several times over the past decade, climate change deniers have pointed to a so-called "hiatus" in global warming between 1998 and 2012 and used it …

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Global warming scientists learn lessons from the pause that never was

New study finds there never was an unexpected lull in climate change but says the science community needs to communicate better<p>People don’t talk about how global warming has stopped, paused or slowed down all that much any more – three consecutive hottest years on record will tend to do that to a …

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Climate Change Is Causing More Sweltering Summer Days

A new study aims to answer: When do we know if bad weather can be blamed on global warming?<p>This past winter was an exceptionally strange one across North America. Rain deluged California, as unseasonable warmth fanned across the Midwest and Eastern seaboard. In New York, sales of salt and snow …

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Switzerland wants to save a glacier from global warming by literally throwing cold water on it

Global warming will affect everyone on Earth, likely causing environmental devastation and human displacement at massive economic costs. Those economic effects can sometimes be forestalled by spending now to fight the effects of climate change.<p>That’s what Switzerland is trying to do. The country’s …

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Major Report Prompts Warnings That the Arctic Is Unravelling

The Arctic is warming more than twice as fast as the rest of the planet, suggests a huge assessment of the region. The warming is hastening the …

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We just hit 410 ppm of CO2. Welcome to a whole new world

This is not normal: We’re on track to witness a climate unseen in 50 million years by mid-century.<p>In pre-industrial times, the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere stood at 280 parts per million. And that number has been rising ever since, warming the planet by 1.8 degrees F (1 degree …

What Up With All the Tornadoes So Far This Year?

As of mid April, at least 570 tornadoes have been reported in the United States this year. That’s nearly a hundred more than the typical tally for …

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As Rising Seas Erode Shorelines, Tasmania Shows What Can Be Lost

ISLE OF THE DEAD, Tasmania — Maybe the hardened convicts who carved the 19th-century gravestones dotting this tiny island were barely literate, or perhaps one of them just had a wicked sense of humor. The schoolmaster Benjamin Horne went to his repose in 1843 with this sentence chiseled above his …

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Global Climate Will Suffer If China Converts Coal Into Gas

(BEIJING)—China's conversion of coal into natural gas could prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths each year. But there's a catch: As the …

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Planet Breaches 410 ppm for First Time in Human History

By Lauren McCauleyThe amount of carbon in the Earth's atmosphere is now officially off the charts as the planet last week breached the 410 parts per …

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Four big reasons why deniers started believing in climate change

It began, like many things on Reddit, with a simple question: “Former climate change deniers, what changed your mind?” More than 600 posts later, AskReddit was able to not only offer insights into that question, but also shed some light on why people initially rejected the consensus view held by …

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30 terrifying before and after images of climate change

The first-ever March for Science happened Saturday in hundreds of cities across the country, rallying against what many see as an emerging disregard for the study of the natural world and the answers it provides.<p>The marches took place on Earth Day, no coincidence given the fact that President …

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15 Climate Change Facts That You'll Know Are True If You're Not An Idiot

Let's not all get swallowed by floods and eviscerated by drought, ya know?<p>Posted on April 22, 2017, 19:29 GMT<p>1. Let's clear this up: the overwhelming majority of climate scientists — aka the experts — believe that climate change is REAL, happening, and is caused largely by humans.<p>2. Earth is …

Here’s an Interesting New Video Series on the Psychology of Climate Change

Like any major problem humanity is trying to solve, climate change has a lot to do with psychology. Whether the question is how to get individuals to …

How To Talk To A Climate Change Denier

We are at war with science, and now, more than ever, we need to be armed with the facts (real facts, not alternative ones). One of today’s most contentious issues centers around our impact on the climate, specifically, how carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from fossil fuels is causing the climate to …