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Human-Induced Climate Change Affecting Australia - September 30, 2014

Due to human-caused climate change, 2013 was the hottest year for Australia and extremes will be experienced in the future if carbon emission is not regulated.

Greenland Ice Sheet Very Sensitive to Climate Change - September 30, 2014

The Greenland ice sheet not only sensitive to climate change but to rainfall and heat waves and the melting will continue to accelerate as water enters beneath the ice sheet.

Warmer Temperatures Lead Earlier Breeding to Frogs - September 30, 2014

Warming winters made frogs breed earlier but produced fewer eggs and delayed tadpole development which will threaten their survival during winter.

Climate Change Causes Impact on Fish Catch - September 30, 2014

Changes in the climate cause disturbance on the fish population and will affect the economy of societies who are dependent in fish protein.

Nanotechnology Creates Better and Cheaper LEDs - September 30, 2014

The invention of nanotechnonology improves the quality of LEDs and made it cheaper than the conventional LED’s.

Less Saline Nordic Seas and Gulf Stream - September 29, 2014

The less salinity of Nordic Seas is due to Gulf Stream which provides a new understanding for the scientists about marine climate.

Higher CO2 Concentrations in the Water Endangers Young Sea Stars - September 29, 2014

Some young sea stars, which kept mussels under control, were not able to adapt in the acidic waters which may affect the entire ecosystem in the long run.

Improved Representation of Carbon Cycling for Clearer Picture About Global Warming - September 29, 2014

Researchers are hopeful that using the CARVE measurements will give clarity to carbon cycling leading to an understanding about our planet’s future.

Forest Worldwide Affected by Global Warming - September 28, 2014

The forests had been one of those greatly affected by climate change and its changes brought great impact on climate, in the species and the population.

Mature Discussion and Immediate Action Needed on Climate Change - September 28, 2014

Experts are urging climate scientists to make a step in influencing political agenda and encourage the government to make an action about climate change

Stronger and “Greener” Cement Could Cut Carbon Emissions - September 28, 2014

Reduction of calcium content in the cement mix decreases carbon emissions and can create a more resistant material which is a good news both to industries and environment.

Global Warming and Globalization: Key Factors of Malaria and Dengue Fever Outbreaks - September 28, 2014

The outbreaks of malaria and dengue fever in Nepal because of globalization and global warming raises awareness not only to the country but also to other countries, as well.

Rising of Sea Level Continues Due to Man-made Warming - September 28, 2014

The rising of sea level started as the ice begun to melt during the last ice age and it rose relentlessly over the centuries due to man-made warming.

Natural Gas: Little Effect on Reducing CO2 Emissions - September 24, 2014

Proper regulations and carbon tax are better ways to lower carbon emissions rather than proposing using natural gas for climate benefits.

Insects’ Fear Stunts Growth From Climate Change - September 24, 2014

Insects eat more on warming climate yet growth is stunted when it is in the presence of predator which shows one of the limiting factors of insects in climate change.

El Niño May Show Up Late this Year - September 24, 2014

A series of Kelvin waves were looming across the Pacific which raised hopes that El Niño may arrive at the end of the year in which NASA scientists are carefully monitoring.

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