Heat Waves Link To Climate Change After Scientists Analyze Past 60 Years Of Global Temperatures

A study released by Dr. James Hansen, the dean of climate scientists and director of the Nasa Goddard Institute for Space Studies, concludes that the recent heat waves and extreme summers likely were caused by climate change.

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High Temperatures, Damaging Impact Of Climate Change Help Spread Wildfire In Western States

Earlier study has found broad trends linking earlier spring weather, rising temperatures and increased forest fires, suggesting that climate change may play a role in fires like the Waldo Canyon blaze outside of Colorado Springs, which has burned more than 18,000 acres and consumed about 300 homes.

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Pacific Tiny Island Nations Affected By Rising Seas Vowed To Replace Dirty Energy With Clean Sources

Using coconut biofuel and solar panels, Tokelaua territory of New Zealand in the South Pacific Ocean which consists of three islands of Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofu, half way between New Zealand and Hawaii, plans to become self-sufficient in energy this year.

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Scientists Are Baffled At Karakoram’s Glaciers Growth When Glaciers Parts Of The Region & the World Are Shrinking

In most parts of the world, mountain glaciers are waning in response to global warming but the situation in Karakoram mountain range, home to the world’s second highest peak, K2, and straddling parts of China, Pakistan and India, defy the global trend and its glaciers getting thicker instead, say researchers.

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Relatively Small Rise In Temperature But In Very Long Term, Melts Greenland Ice Sheet Completely

The Greenland ice sheet is more sensitive to global warming than thought, for just a relatively small, but very long term, temperature rise would melt it completely, according to a study.

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The Decline Of 200,000 years Old Mediterranean Seagrass, Exacerbated By Climate Change

A patch of ancient seagrass in the Mediterranean sea is up to 200,000 years and could be the oldest known living thing on Earth, after scientists dated them.

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