Notice: Climate Change

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

Climate models questioned: Global warming may be slower than previously thought

The computers were wrong. There’s still hope for Planet Earth.<p>That’s the conclusion of some of the world’s leading geoscientists, who conducted a study that found global warming is occurring more slowly than computer models forecast a decade ago.<p>The study, published in the journal Nature …

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Melting Arctic ice cap falls to well below average

• This summer’s minimum is the eighth lowest on record<p>Shrinking ice cap increasingly linked to extreme weather events around the world, say scientists<p>The Arctic ice cap melted to hundreds of thousands of square miles below average this summer, according to data released late on Tuesday.<p>Climate …

Global Warming

Climate change not as threatening to planet as previously thought, new research suggests

New research by British scientists reveals the world is being polluted and warming up less quickly than 10-year-old forecasts predicted, giving …

Climate Change

Australia's warmest winter 'driven by climate change'

<b>Climate change has driven Australia to its warmest winter on record, a leading climate group has said.</b><p>Data released this month showed average maximum temperatures in the winter months of June to August soared nearly 2C above average.<p>Climate change made the "exceptionally warm and dry" winter 60 …

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Asia's glaciers to shrink by a third by 2100, threatening water supply of millions

High mountains of Asia hold biggest store of frozen water outside the poles and feed many of the world’s great rivers, including the Ganges<p>Asia’s mountain glaciers will lose at least a third of their mass through global warming by the century’s end, with dire consequences for millions of people who …

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The great nutrient collapse

The atmosphere is literally changing the food we eat, for the worse. And almost nobody is paying attention.<p>Irakli Loladze is a mathematician by training, but he was in a biology lab when he encountered the puzzle that would change his life. It was in 1998, and Loladze was studying for his Ph.D. at …

Agriculture

Fires, heat waves, and hurricanes: why this summer's extreme weather is here to stay

‘At some point, our luck will run out.’<p>This summer, the US has had several record-smashing natural disasters: over 110 large fires are burning throughout the country, especially in the West; California recently had a deadly heat wave that set all-time heat records in several towns, including San …

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End Of The Earth: The Science Behind Antarctica Warming And Its Consequences

HuffPost UK travelled to Antarctica to see first-hand the effects of climate change.<p>2017 has already seen record lows for Antarctic sea ice which acts as the earth’s air conditioner regulating the global temperature and offsetting warming and rising oceans. It’s also seen the highest ever …

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Destroys Climate Change Deniers' Favorite Argument In 1 Tweet

BOOM!<p>A go-to argument from science deniers was absolutely crushed by one of the world’s most famous scientists.<p>Some believe one reason for the consensus that human activity has caused climate change is that scientists are in cahoots with each other. But Neil deGrasse Tyson, the astrophysicist, …

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North Sea warming twice as fast as world’s oceans

The average temperature of the North Sea has risen twice as fast as the oceans of the world. The changes are likely to alter the ecosystem and …

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What We Know about Climate Change--Hurricane Connection

With Texas just beginning to recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey and the Southeastern U.S. preparing for Hurricane Irma's …

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Melting permafrost in the Arctic is unlocking diseases and warping the landscape

The consequences of climate change can be weird and apocalyptic.<p>You can find evidence of a changing climate everywhere on Earth. But nowhere are the changes more dramatic than in the Arctic.<p>Our world’s northern polar region is warming twice as fast as the global average. And the consequences are …

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Those 3% of scientific papers that deny climate change? A review found them all flawed

It’s often said that of all the published scientific research on climate change, 97% of the papers conclude that global warming is real, problematic for the planet, and has been exacerbated by human activity.<p>But what about those 3% of papers that reach contrary conclusions? Some skeptics have …

Research

Ancient global warming event linked to volcanic CO2

We're currently breaking climate record after climate record, and it appears that we might be on track to topple a record that's held strong for …

Climate Change

The 2 degrees that matter most

How we can limit climate change — even if we miss the 2 degrees Celsius mark<p>This article was originally published on The Conversation.<p>If you read or listen to almost any article about climate change, it’s likely the story refers in some way to the “2 degrees Celsius limit.” The story often mentions …

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Did ExxonMobil Engage in a Climate Change Cover Up? Harvard Researchers Uncover A Shocking Discovery

The world’s largest oil and gas company may be its own worst enemy. <br>Read More

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Warmer waters from climate change causing fish to shrink in size, finds study

Fish could shrink in size dramatically as ocean temperatures rise because of climate change, according to a new study.<p>When the water gets warmer, …

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Another US agency deletes references to climate change on government website

The term ‘climate change’ was changed to simply ‘climate’ on website of the National Institutes of Health, the world’s leading public health research body<p>The National Institutes of Health deleted multiple references to climate change on its website over the summer, continuing a trend that began …

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Climate change sets the world on fire

Southern Europe and British Columbia have been devastated by wildfires this summer. And they're not the only ones - it seems like much of the world …

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Kuwait's inferno: how will the world's hottest city survive climate change?

Malls and office complexes continue to spring up in Kuwait City, built by migrants often working illegally in soaring temperatures. But as oil and water reserves dwindle, the energy-guzzling citystate heads for an existential crisis<p>It is 9am and the temperature in Kuwait City is 45C and rising, but …

Cities

Global ocean circulation may be slowing down due to Arctic ice loss

Humanity is entering a phase of grave uncertainty as rising temperatures wreck havoc on our planet. Researchers from Yale University and the …

Climate Change

These South Korean Entrepreneurs Are Leading The Charge Against Climate Change

The conversation about climate change in South Korea is growing at a rapid pace. People are no longer grumbling only about the fine dust that plagues the city every spring. On top of the controversy over the U.S. leaving the Paris climate agreement, the new president, Moon Jae-in, has set an …

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In Egypt, A Rising Sea — And Growing Worries About Climate Change's Effects

On Egypt's Mediterranean coast, August should be prime tourist season. But the seaside restaurants in Alexandria are almost empty. Worries over security are keeping a lot of foreign tourists away. But there's a much bigger worry looming: that hotter weather and a disappearing shoreline could make …

Climate Change

6 Trump Administration Climate Claims Exposed As Total Nonsense By Federal Report

There’s actually no “tremendous disagreement” among federal climate scientists that humans are to blame for accelerated global warming.<p>There’s little doubt: The climate is changing, human activity is accelerating the process, and the U.S. is already feeling its effects, according to an expansive …

Climate Change

2016 Was Hot, Weird, and Unprecedented, Says NOAA

Five lessons from the agency’s report on the year’s record-breaking weather<p>2016 was a stormy, sweltering, and altogether exceptional year for Earth’s climate system, breaking dozens of records across every type of environment before ultimately ranking as the hottest year ever measured, according to …

Climate Change

Sea Level Rise Is Speeding Up in Parts of the Southeastern U.S.

Sea-level rise isn’t just happening; it’s accelerating. And some areas of the United States—like Florida—are seeing “hot spots” where the ocean can …

Climate Change

2016 Weather Was ‘Very Extreme’ and ‘Cause for Concern,’ Report Says

WASHINGTON — Last year's global weather was far more extreme or record breaking than anything approaching normal, according to a new report.<p>The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Thursday released its annual checkup of the Earth, highlighting numerous records including hottest …

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These Climate Scientists Think House Science Chair Lamar Smith Has No Idea What He's Talking About

Texas Rep. Lamar Smith, the Republican chair of the House Science Committee who also happens to believe global warming might actually be a really …

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A 'Massive' Wildfire Is Now Blazing In Greenland

In a region better known for its ice and snow, it's a fire that now has scientists struggling to learn more. Since at least the end of last month, a stretch of land in western Greenland has been alight with a "sizable wildfire," NASA says.<p>The agency's European counterpart, the ESA, was a little …

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