Global Warming Updates october 14, 2014

Climate Changes Updates 14 October  2014

1.      Sea level rise over past century unmatched in 6,000 years, says study

2.      Global Warming: ‘Every Other Summer Will Be a Heat Wave in Eastern China’

3.      September Was Warmest on Record, NASA Data Shows

4.      REUTERS SUMMIT-Companies woefully unprepared for climate events – S&P

5.      When climate change comes after even the most common species

6.      Wild weather forces climate adaptation on Europe’s political agenda

7. Climate change: Models ‘underplay plant CO2 absorption’

8.      The Candidate Who Wants More Pollution in Iowa

9.      Guest column: Evangelical clergy say addressing climate change is pro-life

10. How big coal is lobbying G20 leaders and trying to capture the global poverty debate

11. Pentagon Report: U.S. Military Considers Climate Change a ‘Threat Multiplier’ That Could Exacerbate Terrorism

12. Paul Ryan: Science doesn’t get climate change

13. Pentagon: climate change a national security factor

  1. US Forest Service Keeping Score on Climate Change

15. Correction: Climate Change-Wolverine story

16. Cities are businesses’ best allies in the battle against climate change

17. The Modi-Obama Summit: What This Means for Climate Change

18. Climate change marchers pass through Pittsburgh

19. Climate Change and the Smithsonian

20. Pentagon: Climate Change Could ‘Foster’ Terrorism

21. Australia a laggard rather than leader on climate change, says Wayne Swan

22.     The Unseriousness of Republicans on Man-Made Climate Change


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