Global Warming Updates October 28, 2013

Climate Changes Updates 28 October 2013

1)   Opinion: The climate change era is already upon us

2)   Humble Clumps of Moss Yield Sobering Climate Surprises

3)   10 Failed Climate Change Denial Arguments

4)   INSIGHT-Water, wealth and whites – S.Africa’s potent anti-fracking mix

5)   New Method Could Provide Heat Wave Early Warnings

6)   Tony Abbott’s new direct action sceptics

7)   Climate change may make coastal flooding like Sandy’s more frequent

8)   Climate change pact signed by California, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia

  • UN climate talks: what do developed countries want in Warsaw? –

  • Australia should cut emissions “25% by 2020″

  • Green Climate Fund ‘can power poor’

  • World could ‘phase out’ carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 –

  • Climate change threatens £3 trillion of UK pension assets

  • EU environment ministers demand ‘ambitious’ 2030 climate targets

  • How long until world emits its trillionth tonne of CO2? –

16)                    Climate Change Has Silver Lining for Grizzy Bears

17)                    El Niño Is Becoming More Active

18)                    Human Impacts On Top Ocean Predators Along US West Coast Mapped

19)                    Disrupted Phenological Cues Undermine Ant/Plant Mutualism

20)                    Rich nations pledge only paltry emission cuts till 2020

21)                    Australia’s ‘carbon bank’ full by 2020: report

22)                    Women creative in communicating climate change and REDD+

23)                    Solar powered airplane to touch ground in India in 2015

24)                    Bigger carbon cuts needed, report says



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