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Four big reasons why deniers started believing in climate change - Quartz

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Four big reasons why deniers started believing in climate change
Quartz
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 ...
how climate change influences severe weatherUCLA Newsroom
Stanford's School of Earth, Energy & Environmental SciencesEurekAlert (press release)
Daniel Gardner: Run for your lives! Climate change!Jackson Clarion Ledger
The Stanford Daily -Asbury Park Press -CleanTechnica
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Can We Fight Climate Change with Trees and Grass? - MIT Technology Review

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Can We Fight Climate Change with Trees and Grass?
MIT Technology Review
Can we use trees and other plants as a weapon in the fight against climate change? Earth's greenery comes with natural carbon-capturing abilities, but now several studies are investigating how to tweak those tendencies to have a maximum impact on ...
Letter: Fighting climate change by taxing carbonArizona Daily Star

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Bay Area political events: comedy, climate change - SFGate

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Bay Area political events: comedy, climate change
SFGate
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. at BATS Improv Theatre in Building B at Fort Mason, San Francisco. For tickets: www.iibayarea.org/comedy-night-event. Saturday. Climate change marches: Marches throughout the country to demand action on climate change.


Climate change poses 'nightmare scenario' for Florida coast ... - ThinkProgress

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Climate change poses 'nightmare scenario' for Florida coast ...
ThinkProgress
Pessimists selling to optimists.” That's how one former Florida coastal property owner describes the current state of the market in a must-read Bloomberg story.

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Watch: Bill Nye rips CNN for treating climate change like theater ... - Vox

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Climate change: the case for hope - eco-business.com

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Climate change: the case for hope
eco-business.com
The last report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) released in 2014, made it clear that, unless steps were taken, manmade climate change carried “the likelihood of severe, pervasive and ...

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Harvard video project channels wide range of climate change knowledge - Harvard Gazette

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Harvard video project channels wide range of climate change knowledge
Harvard Gazette
Discussion of the effects of climate change that would be classified as difficult — but manageable — are cited so routinely that the upper end is too often forgotten, even though the warming at that level would be catastrophic, notes economist Martin ...


Why cuts in funding for UN, climate change research imperil fight against malaria - San Francisco Chronicle

Why cuts in funding for UN, climate change research imperil fight against malaria
San Francisco Chronicle
A second move could further harm health in coastal communities, both in the U.S. and globally. A recent executive order proposes to roll back domestic efforts to combat climate change, even as its environmental and health impacts grow. The people of ...

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Is Justin Trudeau a hypocrite on climate change? - The Globe and Mail

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Is Justin Trudeau a hypocrite on climate change?
The Globe and Mail
Over the past couple of weeks, celebrity environmentalists in Canada and south of the border have called out Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on climate change. David Suzuki, speaking to the National Observer, claimed that “the state of Canada's climate ...

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Climate change could encourage more exercise, study says - SFGate

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Climate change could encourage more exercise, study says
SFGate
“It's a small little tiny silver lining amid a series of very bad, very unfortunate events that are likely to occur,” said lead author Nick Obradovich, who studies the social impacts of climate change at both Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and ...

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