Category: Global Warming

Join The Worlds Biggest Party The Global Work Party on 10/10/10 Getting To Work In Your Community

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The world is throwing the biggest party this Sunday, October 10, 2010 and we wanted to make sure you get the message and invitation. News headlines from this past summer were flooded with a series of unprecedented natural disasters, from landslides and droughts, to record heat, fires, and floods demonstrated the fact that global warming …

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Climate Roadmap Proposal for UN Deal by 2015 Proposed by EU Climate Diplomat

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A climate roadmap has been proposed by the European Union’s top climate diplomat on Nov 5, 2011 for the European Union which could lead to a comprehensive deal by the year 2015 has been well received. Currently, negotiations being conducted under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) have had little success ever since …

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Environmental Policy What is an Environmental Policy and What We Need To Focus On

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Environmental policy is any type of action consciously taken, or disregarded to manage human activities with a view to prevent, reduce, or mitigate harmful effects on nature and natural resources, and ensuring that man-made changes to the environment do not have harmful effects on humans or wildlife and nature itself. It is useful for us …

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Greenhouse Gases Cause of Global Warming, Not Sun Activity New NASA Report Confirms

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Greenhouse gases are confirmed as the cause of global warming, not sun activity according to a recent NASA report. The recent, prolonged minimal in sun activity did not prevent the Earth from absorbing more solar energy than it let escape back into space, a recent NASA analysis of the Earth’s energy budget indicates. The study, …

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Climate Change Denial Curriculum Moving into Public School Science Classrooms

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Climate change denial curriculum is moving into public school science classrooms according to the LA Times, and a new flash point has emerged in American science education that surmounts the battle over evolution, as scientists and educators are reporting growing resistance to the study of man-made climate change in middle and high school classrooms. Scientific …

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Renewable Energy Policy Important to Future of Planet

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Renewable energy policy (RE) – (REP) is important to the future of the planet, and for all the inhabitants, including mankind. With the current Middle East tensions creating another surge in oil price speculation, the prices of gas and other oil related products also rise, including food. In fact, according to CNN, Wall Street greed …

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Mass Extinction Events Sixth Mass Extinction Event in Oceans from Human Carbon Emissions Likely

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As mass extinction events go, humans may be creating the sixth mass extinction event in oceans from carbon emissions created by man. Many will of course proclaim differently, stating that mankind isn’t responsible, and the deniers will call us all loony left wing liberals or tree huggers, or eco Nazis, well so be it, but …

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Obama Energy and the Environment Copenhagen Promises Hard to Fulfill

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With the recent election results, the Obama energy and environment agenda will meet hard opposition from the newly elected Republicans, making the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit promises much harder to fulfill, much less make any progress at this years Cancun Climate Change Summit. During the last two years the US coal industry, which is big …

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Record Shattering March Heat Wave Surprises Scientists

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The record shattering March heat wave has come as a surprise even to a majority of scientists. In fact, it’s been so warm in the United States alone this year, especially in March, that national records weren’t just shattered, they were literally baked! Temperatures in the U.S. for the lower 48 states averaged 8.6 degrees …

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Texas Heat Wave & Drought Linked to Rapid Global Warming by NASA’s James Hansen

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The Texas heat wave and drought linked to rapid global climate change according to NASA’s James Hansen. The Texas heat wave and Texas drought that occurred over three months last summer where the temperatures in Texas rose higher than at any time in recorded history, and the state is still in the midst of the …

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