Global Warming Updates December 13-15, 2013

Climate Changes Updates 13-15 December 2013

1)   Caribou genetics reveal shadow of climate change

2)   Kerry Returns To Vietnam To Address New Common Threat — Climate Change

3)   First Person: A conversation with Elton Sherwin, venture capitalist turned climate change entrepreneur

  • Companies Need To Talk About Climate Change Efforts

5)   How climate change is affecting farming in Michigan

6)   ‘Climate change as a line item’

7)   Vietnam vet John Kerry returns to Mekong Delta to talk climate change

8)   Climate change is moving the North pole and affecting Earth’s rotation

9)   Deadly Fungus, Not Climate Change, Killing Frogs in Andes

10)                     Landscapes approach could alleviate West Africa climate change woes


  • Indo-Pak dialogue on climate change held

12)                     Three things that give me hope in campaigning on climate change

13)                     Podesta: Climate game changer

14)                     Ignore global warming at our own peril

15)                     Could cutting down some trees help cool the planet?

16)                     Najib: Climate change is worrying


  • Greener Arctic ‘warming rapidly’ says US agency



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