Global Warming Updates october 03,2012

Climate changes Updates 3 October 2012


A Thousand Words on Global Warming

On Our Radar: Obama, Romney and Climate Change

Arctic Sea Ice Shatters Previous Low Records; Antarctic Sea Ice Edges to Record High

Too Little Nitrogen May Restrain Plants’ Carbon Storage Capability

Scientists Team With U.S. Coast Guard to Explore Ice-Free Arctic Ocean

Great Barrier Reef Has Lost Half of Its Coral in the Last 27 Years

Irreversible Warming Will Cause Sea Levels to Rise for Thousands of Years to Come, New Research Shows

Clam Shells Yield Clues to Atlantic’s Climate History

Parents Ask Presidential Candidates: Please Talk About Climate Change!

Plastic Is Everywhere, Even in Antarctica

Extreme weather in Pakistan pulls many into downward spiral

Temperatures in Japan in Sept. highest on record

Climate change threatens Zambezi dam projects


Driving the transition to the low carbon economy

Asteroid dust can act as sunscreen for earth to combat global warming

Extreme heat, cold trigger fatal heart attacks

UN climate chief urges greater ambition in Doha

A Low-carbon Path will make Chinese Cities More Sustainable and Livable

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