Global warming

Global Warming Temperature Trends Comparison Data
Pace of Global Warming Over Twice As Fast As Predicted By Climate Tracking Data
Nov 17, 2013 14:16 PM E
Climate scientists have found gaps in data on a rapid warming trend in the Arctic that led to an underestimation of the pace of global warming.
Bar-tailed Godwit in breeding plummage
Migrating Birds Affected By Global Warming: Newer Generations Are Nesting and Hatching Earlier
Nov 13, 2013 10:27 AM E
Some migrating birds are still arriving at their breeding and nesting sites like clockwork. But, their youngsters are leaving earlier on their spring migration. And parents are equipping them to do this by nesting earlier.
Global Warming Is Melting The Polar Bear Habitat
Why Polar Bears Are Attacking Canadians: Melting Habitat May Be Bringing Bears Into Contact With Humans
Nov 04, 2013 17:16 PM E
Two people were injured in the latest polar bear attack as diminishing sea ice forces hungry bears to increasingly look for food on land.
Boeing 747
The End Of The Boeing 747? Company Cuts Production, Sales Down
Oct 25, 2013 12:42 PM E
Boeing says it will keep its gas-guzzler 747 "in production for a long time." But the company's recent slow-down in production and slumping demand suggests the plane's glory days are over.
Climate Change
Climate Change Is Killing People In Stockholm, Sweden: Rising Temperatures Blamed For Up To 300 Premature Deaths
Oct 23, 2013 13:55 PM E
A new study found that extreme heat waves caused by climate change killed 300 in Stockholm over 30 years.
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Jellyfish Invade Swedish Nuclear Power Plant, Force Operators To Close Reactor After Filtration System Becomes Clogged
Oct 02, 2013 14:39 PM E
Jellyfish invaded a nuclear power plant in Sweden, clogging one of the reactor’s cooling pipes and forcing the operators to close it down. Scientists warn that clogs like this are becoming more common.
forest fragmentation
Forest Fragmentation Causing Mammal Species To Die Off Faster Than Expected
Sep 26, 2013 17:20 PM E
According to new research, forest fragmentation is causing species to die off faster than scientists previously expected.
Alaska glacier thaws
Alaska Glacier Thaws: Astonishing Ancient Forest Revealed As Global Warming Debate Continues [REPORT]
Sep 23, 2013 16:59 PM E
Alaska Mendenhall Glacier thaws to unveil forest more than 1,000 years old.
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Kiribati President To Build Floating ‘Lily-Pad’ Cities To Save Pacific Islands’ Inhabitants From Rising Sea
Sep 16, 2013 15:10 PM E
Kiribati could become the world’s first floating country should its president’s plans come to fruition. Anote Tong wants to save his island nation’s 100,000 inhabitants from sinking into the Pacific Ocean by building “lily-pad” cities.
Global Cooling
Global Cooling: Arctic Ice Cap Grows 60 Percent In A Year [NASA PHOTO]
Sep 11, 2013 10:45 AM E
Is our planet entering a phase of global cooling? NASA images show Arctic ice cap has grown by 60 percent over last year.
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Leaked UN Global Warming Report Says Scientists Are 95 Percent Sure Climate Change Is Manmade
Aug 21, 2013 16:14 PM E
The UN global warming report has been leaked to the press, and it says that scientists are now 95 percent that climate change is human-induced. That marks a 5 percent increase from how certain they were six years ago.
fuji apples
Apples, Altered By Climate Change, Are Losing Their Taste And Texture
Aug 16, 2013 14:11 PM E
Global warming is having a detrimental effect on apples, the second most valuable fruit in the U.S. Read more at MedicalDaily.com.
Chicago-sized iceberg
Iceberg Antarctica Larger Than Chicago: Global Sea Level To Rise [PHOTO, REPORT]
Jul 10, 2013 18:29 PM E
Pine Island glacier breaks off an iceberg the size of Chicago.
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Rhone Glacier Covered In Blankets: Will Strange Rescue Technique Save Swiss Alps’ Oldest Glacier From Climate Change? [REPORT]
Jun 27, 2013 17:44 PM E
The Rhone Glacier, the Swiss Alps’ oldest glacier, is getting a makeover of blankets. Scientists hope draping the 11,500-year-old glacier in white sheets will help keep Rhone Glacier cool during the rising summer temperatures and ultimately keep it safe from climate change.
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