Climate Change News News Archive

14 Results for July 2012

How to Save 150 Gallons of Water Per Day Without Leaving Your Home - July 31, 2012

Just how much water is your home wasting per day?

Former Climate Change Skeptic Now Says Global-Warming is Man-Made - July 31, 2012

He finally came around to what other climate scientists have been spouting for years.

Huffington Post Urges America Pay a Carbon Tax to Fight Climate Change - July 31, 2012

It has been argued that the United States should follow the lead set by Australia and introduce a carbon tax as part of tax reform and the climate change movement.

How The Fukushima Exclusion Zone Shows Us What Comes After The Anthropocene - July 30, 2012

It’s been almost a year and a half since the magnitude 9.0 Tohoku-Oki earthquake struck off the coast of Japan, spawning a tsunami that knocked out the Fukushima Daiichi power plant.

River Diversion Created New Land In Mississippi Delta - July 23, 2012

The destructive floods along the Mississippi river last year helped create new land in the delta.

Heatwave Transformed Australian Marine Life - July 23, 2012

Heatwaves can ravage land ecosystems, but until now little has been known about their effects in the seas.

Arctic Wilderness Faces Pollution Threats as Oil and Gas Giants Target Its Riches - July 22, 2012

Melting ice caps, the influx of trawlers and tourists, and Shell's £4bn investment to drill for fossil fuels in the Chukchi Sea all raise fears

Glacier Twice As Big As Manhattan Snaps Off Greenland Ice Sheet - July 19, 2012

An iceberg twice the size of Manhattan tore off one of Greenland's largest glaciers, illustrating another dramatic change to the warming island.

The Endless Drought Of 2012 Will Bake America Well Into August - July 17, 2012

Approximately 61 percent of the entire nation is experiencing drought conditions, and this is absolutely devastating farmers and ranchers all over the country.

Antarctica Surrounded by Threats - July 15, 2012

Antarctica and its surrounding waters are under pressure from a variety of forces that are already transforming the area, scientists warn.

Heat Wave Leaves Dozens Dead In The United States - July 10, 2012

At least 42 people have died from an unrelenting heat wave that continues to bake a dozen US states from the Midwest to the East Coast.

Extreme Heat Raises Climate Change Questions, Concerns - July 6, 2012

The recent heat wave baking much of the country has prompted many people to ask: Is this due to climate change?

Power Outages Leave Millions Sweltering in ‘Dangerous Heat’ With ‘Hot and Hotter’ on the Way - July 3, 2012

Continued heat and power outages follow a weekend of destructive storms and oppressive temperatures across the east coast and plains.

Media Blackout on Bizarre Superstorms? - July 1, 2012

Unprecedented weather events are hitting the Northern hemisphere and most mass media is simply ignoring it.

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