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Collapse of Ancient Civilization Due to Climate Change - April 29, 2015

Global cooling from the past would have made millet impossible to grow in higher regions but may be useful again as climate warms up.

Knowing the Rise of Isthmus Gives Clues About Ancient Climate - April 29, 2015

Knowing the date of its rise is very important to understand when species diverged and migrated and comprehend the climate change patterns of the distant past.

Whitening Does Not Prevent the Releasing of Methane - April 29, 2015

The geoengineering proposal may bring negative consequences affecting the climate outside Arctic and create a huge impact to marine ecosystems.

Call to Put Climate as Top Issue - April 29, 2015

Climate change must be viewed in a different approach not only in science and environment but also in development and human rights.

Global Call to End All Uranium and Nuclear Power - April 29, 2015

The symposium tackled about the dangers of uranium especially to the health of indigenous miners and called to change the erroneous view of nuclear power.

Climate Change Threatens Bird Populations - April 28, 2015

Large numbers of bird species are at risk of extinction as they experience change of climate due to global warming caused by increased CO2 emissions.

Energy Storage: Key to Future Stable Electricity Supplies - April 28, 2015

Inventors are trying to find ways to store surplus electricity for use at peak times.

Well Drilling Impoverished the Great Plains - April 28, 2015

The expansion of oil and gas business has damaged the vegetation which adds up more carbon that otherwise would have been removed from the atmosphere.

America Now Has the Power to Curtail Arctic Oil - April 27, 2015

Now that the U.S. has the chairmanship of the multi-nation Arctic Council, it could use its influence to stop oil drilling in the Arctic.

Global Warming Releases Vast Amounts of CO2 - April 26, 2015

Scientist will continue to find out about the impact and effects of thawed permafrost in the atmosphere which hopefully be accounted in future climate projections.

Global Warming Slowdown: No Relevance on Long-Term Projections - April 23, 2015

The current slowdown in warming will not change the consequences of global warming in the planet.

High Mountain Regions Warming Faster - April 23, 2015

More and better data are needed to confirm the evidence of warming in high mountain environments to evaluate the severity of the problem and possible consequences.

Arctic Beetles: Ideal Marker of Climate Change - April 22, 2015

Beetles are very sensitive to temperatures which would make them ideal subject how climate change affects biodiversity.

Global Warming Not Progressing Faster as Expected - April 21, 2015

Climate wiggles influence the acceleration and the decrease of warming which should not be underestimated to create an accurate account in climate models.

Widespread Deforestation of Amazon Trees Worsens Climate Change - April 21, 2015

The removal of trees losses the ability of the rainforest to absorb CO2 and affects the biodiversity of the rainforest in which many plant and animal species die.

Climate Variations and Weather Impacts May be Predicted in Advance - April 21, 2015

Series of hindcast computer modeling experiments help create predictable climate variations much further in advance.

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