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Censoring Climate Change
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The Trump administration is making it harder to find government information about climate change on the web. If you searched Google for the words “climate change” a little over six months ago, one of the first hits would have been the Environmental ...
The Energy 202: Internal watchdog says Interior should focus on climate change. It isn't.
John Ward: Climate change inaction betrays Constitution's goals
Business risk from climate change now top of mind for Canada's corporate boards
Go Ahead and Start a Climate Change Debate at the Thanksgiving Table
When you pass the turkey gravy on Thursday consider stuffing a hunk of climate change discourse down your uncle Jeb's gullet. Let him stew until he's good and fermented, then agitate as needed to see the fruits of your labor. If you're passionate about ...
How To Talk To Your Family (Even The Deniers) About Climate Change
Bearded Dragons Are Dumber Because of Climate Change
“Reptiles were long considered to be sluggish and unintelligent creatures,” said Anna Wilkinson, an animal cognition scientist at the University of Lincoln in the U.K. But that has been changing, as research has showed that many lizards possess complex ...
Climate change should be tackled by all
As South Africa is battered by droughts on the one side and floods on the other, we are constantly reminded of the urgency of dealing with climate change, said Jaco du Toit of WWF South Africa at the recent COP23 negotiations in Bonn. South Africa and ...
Climate change triggered immigration to the US by German families like Donald Trump's, study finds
Cornell Student Delegates Attend UN Convention on Climate Change in Germany
How climate change triggered three major waves of immigration to America in the 19th century by German families like ...
€70 Million to help ACP countries tackle climate change impacts
Bonn, 17 November 2017/ ACP: Seventy-nine African, Caribbean and Pacific countries stand to benefit from a €70 million ACP-EU initiative launched in the margins of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 23) in Bonn, to help with implementing the Paris ...
Species may appear deceptively resilient to climate change
The study adds to the understanding of how different species respond to climate change. Scientists have observed some plants and animals under climate change are leaving lower latitudes for cooler ones. But this study shows that, for some species ...
WATCH: Nasa's new tool to help predict climate change
According to a climate change report, the US government revealed that sea levels have risen by between seven and eight inches since 1900. The tool known as the Gradient Fingerprint Mapping Simulation allows users to spin a virtual globe and select one ...
Combining Tradition and Modern Science to Survive Climate Change in the Pacific Islands
While the LMMA network began as a process to ensure food security, the process can also help build community resilience in the face of natural disasters and climate change—one of the greatest threats facing the Pacific and many parts of the world today.
Stop denying climate change, says Notley, it's not helping our oil industry
She demanded the Conservatives in Ottawa and Alberta stop pretending climate change isn't real because it's getting in the way of getting pipelines approved. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley speaks at business luncheon put on by the Empire Club of Canada ...
Update on climate change: from bad to worse
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says there are demonstrable links between climate change caused by human activity and some extreme weather events, especially heatwaves. The number of climate-related extreme events –such as droughts, ...