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Chinese Scientists Find New Way To Clean Up Oil Spills

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IEA: CO2 Levels Hit Another Record High

IEA: CO2 Levels Hit Another Record High

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The Environment / Global Warming

How Climate Change Led to the Rise and Fall of Maya Civilization

How Climate Change Led to the Rise and Fall of Maya Civilization

Nov 13, 2012 at 17:26 | Futurity

A high-resolution climate record spanning 2,000 years shows how Maya political systems developed and fell apart in response to climate change, researchers report.The role of climate change in…

PwC Report States that Global Temperatures will Increase by 6°C by 2100

PwC Report States that Global Temperatures will Increase by 6°C by 2100

Nov 05, 2012 at 17:30 | Environmental Finance

Global warming of at least 6°C could be possible by the end of the century as decarbonisation is stagnating, according to PwC, confirming its fears that the 2°C degree target…

Battling Climate Change is Far Cheaper than Inaction

Battling Climate Change is Far Cheaper than Inaction

Oct 30, 2012 at 18:25 | SciDev SciDev

Tackling the global climate crisis could reap significant economic benefits for both developed and developing countries, according to a new report.The impacts of climate change and a…

Reassessing the Risks of Climate Change and Oil Depletion

Reassessing the Risks of Climate Change and Oil Depletion

Oct 08, 2012 at 17:25 | Kurt Cobb

Many people dismiss the risks associated with oil depletion and climate change--even many who accept the two issues as problems. They judge those risks to be small or at least…

Computer Model Identifies the Best Candidates for Greenhouse Gas Removal

Computer Model Identifies the Best Candidates for Greenhouse Gas Removal

Sep 06, 2012 at 17:26 | Futurity

A new computer model can identify the best molecular candidates for removing carbon dioxide, molecular nitrogen, and other greenhouse gases from power plant flues.The model is the first…

History Books can Explain the Recent Record Low of Arctic Sea Ice

History Books can Explain the Recent Record Low of Arctic Sea Ice

Sep 03, 2012 at 17:37 | Charles Kennedy

Recent headlines have referred to the fact that the arctic ice has melted to a record low and many are using this as evidence to support the theory of global…

Tanzania could Benefit from Climate Change and Sell its Corn to the US

Tanzania could Benefit from Climate Change and Sell its Corn to the US

Aug 14, 2012 at 17:15 | Futurity

The economy of one of the world’s least-developed countries could actually benefit from climate change by increasing exports of corn to the US and other nations.

Why are we Still Doing so Little About Climate Change?

Why are we Still Doing so Little About Climate Change?

Aug 13, 2012 at 16:50 | Dave Cohen

Freelance journalist Beth Gardiner had an editorial called We're All Climate Change Idiots in the New York TimesSunday Review on July 21, 2012. There are valuable insights in it,…

A Renowned Climate Sceptic is Converted by his own Research

A Renowned Climate Sceptic is Converted by his own Research

Aug 01, 2012 at 17:02 | Juan Cole

It is not proper to speak of “climate skeptics,” since all scientists (including we social scientists) are skeptical of all data and theories every day, all the time, and are…

Using Geoengineering to Control the Climate

Using Geoengineering to Control the Climate

Jul 31, 2012 at 17:17 | Dave Cohen

Let me say at the outset that geoengineering to control Earth's climate is not the wisest path which Homo sapiens ("Wise Man") could travel down. Because of the large scales…

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