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climate change crime
Climate Change's Unexpected Consequence: Crime
Feb 23, 2014 20:10 PM E
Climate change is warming the globe, melting glaciers, and affecting our weather patterns and wildlife. But with the larger consequences come smaller ones too, including higher crime rates.
wind turbine
Using 100% Renewable Sources To Power America's Energy Demands: Interactive Map Shows How To Get There By 2050
Feb 16, 2014 13:44 PM E
Global warming and pollution have left many calling for the use of clean, renewable energy. Now, a group of Stanford scientists have developed a plan for the U.S. to get all of its energy through clean sources by 2050.
trade winds
Pacific Trade Winds Delay Global Warming As They Pull Heat Into Ocean
Feb 09, 2014 13:27 PM E
Strong trade winds are forcing heat from the Earth's surface deeper into the Pacific ocean, offering a respite from rising temperatures, however, researchers don't think it will last very long.
White roofs
White Roofs Best For Slowing Global Warming: Scientists Say Get Rid Of Black Roofs
Feb 02, 2014 23:24 PM E
White roofs are not a new concept when it comes to keeping buildlings cool in hot weather and slowing the impact of global warming. A new study found that white roofs are the most the cost-effective when compared to black or "green" garden roofs, as well as three times more effective in offsetting the effects of climate change.
Wave Energy Converter at European Marine Energy Center
Ocean Floor Carpets Can Harness Wave Energy, But Could They Slow Global Warming? [VIDEO]
Feb 02, 2014 14:20 PM E
Wave-energy technology being developed by leading-edge laboratories at the University of California Berkeley, and by renewable energy companies in Europe and Australia have created a promising segment in renewables as nations around the globe deal with the intensifying pressures of climate change.
Global Warming
'Global Warming Isn't Happening': Americans' Beliefs In Climate Change Are Becoming Increasingly Skeptical
Jan 19, 2014 22:19 PM E
About one in four Americans don't believe global warming is occurring, with the number of disbelievers increasing since Spring 2013, according to a new study.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Extracting Greenhouse Gases From The Air MIght Be Necessary To Slow Global Warming
Jan 18, 2014 19:31 PM E
Governments around the world may have to take steps to extract greenhouses gases from the air in order to avoid increasing global temperatures by two degrees Celsius. Taking these steps would slow the impacts of climate change such as global warming, flooding, and drought, according to the United Nations.
2013 Statewide Temperatures
Climate Change 2013: Last Year Was 4th Warmest Year In Recorded History And 37th Consecutive Year Of Above-Average Global Temperatures
Jan 16, 2014 09:01 AM E
In 2013, climate change took a severe toll on the U.S., according to the National Climatic Data Center's annual report: it was the 4th warmest year on record, and saw over $1 billion in climate disaster-related damages.
Dry riverbed
Droughts Could Economically Wreck Southern Europe By 2100: Study Predicts High Costs Of Global Warming
Jan 09, 2014 09:56 AM E
A new study predicts that by 2100, river beds all over Europe will dry up, leading to serious economic damages, with Southern Europe hit hardest.
El Nino Has Dramatically Slowed The Melting Of A Major Antarctic Glacier
El NiƱo Helped Slow Global Warming: Pine Island Glacier In The Antarctic Melted Half As Slowly In 2012 As It Did In 2010
Jan 02, 2014 16:42 PM E
La Nina, the Yin to El Nino's Yang, helped cut the melting rate of one Antarctic glaciers (the Pine Island Glacier) by half.
Global Warming
Climate Change Will Be 'Catastrophic' by 2100, Raising Sea Levels By 'Many Meters,' According To New Study
Dec 31, 2013 15:38 PM E
Scientists in England say they've created a better model for predicting global warming. The results? We're looking at 'catastrophic' climate change as early as 2100.
Global Warming Affects The Ocean
Staggering Decline In Deep-Sea Marine Life Expected By 2100 Due To Climate Change, With North Atlantic Hit Hardest
Dec 31, 2013 09:45 AM E
In less than 100 years, the North Atlantic ocean is expected to lose 38 percent of its total biomass due to climate change, and other ocean areas will be almost nearly as negatively affected, a new study reports.
Aerial view of mangroves on the Atlantic coast
Mangroves Pushed Further North By Climate Change: Without Frozen Winter Nights, Formerly Threatened Forests Flourish
Dec 31, 2013 08:53 AM E
A new study shows that in the past three decades, mangroves along the Atlantic coast of Florida are being pushed north by climate change.
Extreme Weather Slows Down
2013 Breaks Record For Least Extreme Weather In US History: Dire Predictions Evaporate With Few Tornadoes And Hurricanes
Dec 28, 2013 18:06 PM E
Extreme weather events including tornadoes, hurricanes, and high heat declined in 2013 compared to years past, according to a new study that comes amid continuing scientific reports of the increasing impacts of climate change.
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