Global Warming Updates December 3, 2013

Climate Changes Updates 3 December 2013

1)   Ready — Or Not. Abrupt Climate Changes Worry Scientists Most

2)   How fast is the Earth’s climate actually changing?

3)   PM Update: Not much sun, but mild midweek; tornadoes and climate change

4)   Scientists want global monitoring to warn of climate change impacts

5)   How climate change is helping al-Qaida

6)   Climate Change’s Biggest Threats Are Those We Aren’t Ready For: Report

7)   Abrupt Climate Change Still Looming

8)   Environmentalists Want to Name Deadly Storms After Climate-Change Skeptics

9)   US business leaders must break silence on climate change

10)                     Report urges policymakers to ignore long-term climate change threats and focus on ‘abrupt’ changes instead

11)                     Tipping Points: Where May Abrupt Impacts from Climate Change Occur?

12)                     Stifling heat, anarchy, refugees: welcome to a post climate change world

13)                     Gradual Climate Changes Could Cause Sudden Impacts

14)                     Climate change will ruin Christmas by threatening Christmas trees

15)                     When it comes to climate change, this artist lets the trees do the talking

16)                     Climate change-denying Texas Rep. to lead House meeting on extraterrestrials



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