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Warm Nights Could Lead to More Carbon Flooding in the Atmosphere - December 15, 2015

Plant respiration goes up during warm weather and it loses more carbon during hotter nights than during cooler nights.

Inexpensive Device for Cookstoves May Decrease Global Warming - December 15, 2015

The metal insert decreased wood consumption and decreased emissions by 90 percent.

Clouds Amplify Warming - December 15, 2015

The findings call for a better monitoring of clouds in the computer so as to understand the rapidly evolving Arctic region.

Historic Arctic Whaling Ships Uncover Arctic Climate Data - December 8, 2015

The uncovering of the arctic climate data could help understand the changes in climate and will improve climate projections for the future.

Climate Change: Stressor on Food Security - December 8, 2015

Warmer temperatures and change in precipitation patterns cause cause disruption on food production which can create negative impacts on food security.

Natural Gas May Have Similar Impact as Coal on Climate Change - December 8, 2015

Any leak from natural gas will increase carbon footprint at a fast rate and must be controlled if it offers an important advantage than coal.

Renewable Energy Sources Better Than Coal - December 1, 2015

Fossil fuels and coal create more air pollution and greenhouse gases and moving away from it will benefit the planet.

Global Warming May Impair the Mosquito-Fighting Insecticide Effectivity - December 1, 2015

People should take temperature into consideration in choosing pest-control products especially those in mosquito-control endeavors.

Minimum Solar Activities Happening in the Future - December 1, 2015

The magnetic waves of the sun have been declining over the years and may affec the weather on Earth, according to scientists.

UK Formed Alliance of Health Professionals Tackle Climate Change - November 24, 2015

The group is hoping that more health groups will join and create similar alliances in other countries that would propell powerful advocacy around the world.

Study: First Data-Driven Estimate of Earth’s Groundwater - November 24, 2015

Less than six percent of groundwater are renewable within a human lifetime which gives a clearer estimate how long will it be available for the people.

Earth’s Ancient Climate More Sensitive to Carbon Dioxide - November 24, 2015

Past predictions underestimate the effect of global warming and climate may be more sensitive to CO2 that it was thought previously from past years.

Politics Can Affect Climate Change Adaptation - November 17, 2015

Citizens must pressure their policy makers to take action so as to prepare cities for extreme weather due to climate change.

Loss of Species Linked to Melting Glaciers - November 17, 2015

Large quantities of sediment in the water due to melting creates havoc to some species that are very sensitive to higher sedimentation rates.

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