Climate Change News News Archive

13 Results for November 2015

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.

CO2 Sequestration by U.S. Forest May Slow in the Future - November 17, 2015

Policymakers must be aware of the future sequestration rates in forests and create solutions to retain and expand forest lands to enhance the carbon accumulation.

Researchers Reveal How Abrupt Climate Change Changed Earth - November 10, 2015

The study underlines that forcing the climate system into a different state can trigger climate instability globally.

Northern Lakes Release Much More CO2 Due to Climate Change - November 10, 2015

The amount of CO2 produced in the lakes will increase in warmer zones which implies changes in land use.

Textbooks Position Climate Change as Debate Over Differing Opinions - November 10, 2015

Textbooks should be clear about the sources of information, clarify human cause and guide students in taking specific actions to produce change.

Understanding Climate in Chesapeake Bay Gives Clues for Future Climate Impacts - November 3, 2015

The study will helped the policy makers to make better decisions for coastal communities.

Global Climate Trends Shows Increase Evaporation with Potential Drought Risk - November 3, 2015

The study predicts possible drought risk due to vegetation greening and rising atmosphere moisture deficits.

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