Could Your Morning Cup of Coffee Become Extinct by 2080?

2015-09-09 | 08:39h
2015-09-09 | 08:39h
Could Your Morning Cup of Coffee Become Extinct by 2080?
Climate changes updates 07 November to 11 November


1.Sandy & Other Disasters Could Hurt Climate Change Cause

2.Will the predicted ‘death’ of the CDM prove fatal for the voluntary carbon market?

3.Behind the New Green Product Line at Walgreens

4.Could Your Morning Cup of Coffee Become Extinct by 2080?

5.What Will Obama 2.0 Bring For Climate Policy?

6.The Arab Youth Climate Movement should give us hope

7.Australia ready to join ‘Kyoto 2’ climate agreement

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8.Firestorm risks to cities ‘are growing’

9.Sandy’s havoc makes planning a priority

10.After Fukushima, neither side sees a nuclear future

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11.Former UN official says climate report will shock nations into action

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12.This Winter’s Weather: What’s to Come

13.Obama Hints at New Drive on Climate Change

14.Super-Earth Discovered in Star’s Habitable Zone

15.Will Hurricane Sandy’s Name Be Retired?

16.Humans Caused Historic Great Barrier Reef Collapse

17.Can Dumping Iron Into The Sea Fight Climate Change?

18.United Nations Climate Change secretariat selects latest round of “Lighthouse Activities” which combat climate change and help the urban poor

19.Climate change threat to Arabica coffee crops

20.Biodiversity can be a potent climate adaptation tool: SA Official

21.Climate action in the US: 5 Reasons to be cheerful

22.Virgin Atlantic saves 100,000 tonnes of CO2 with new fuel efficiency system

23.Why Antarctic Sea Ice Cover Has Increased Under the Effects of Climate Change

24.Cultural Dimensions of Climate Change Are Underestimated, Overlooked and Misunderstood

25.Scientists Discover Possible Building Blocks of Ancient Genetic Systems in Earth’s Most Primitive Organisms

26.Tracking Post-Sandy Sewage

27.First ‘Snapshots’ of Electronic Structure of a Manganese Complex Related to Water-Splitting in Photosynthesis

28.Enhanced Melting of Northern Greenland in a Warm Climate

29.The Year 2040: Double the Pollen, Double the Allergy Suffering?

30.Hurricane Sandy Changes Coastline in New Jersey

31.Intensive Farming With a Climate-Friendly Touch: Farming/Woodland Mix Increases Yields

32.Future Warming Likely to Be On High Side of Climate Projections, Analysis Finds

33.Greenland Rocks Provide Evidence of Earth Formation Process

34.Carbon Dioxide: Our Salvation from a Future Ice Age?

35.Climate Science: Trends in Use of Words in Scientific Studies May Impact Public Perceptions

36.Arabica Coffee Could Be Extinct in the Wild Within 70 Years

37.New Method Could Help Communities Plan for Climate Risk

38.Increasing CO2 helps delay arrival of new ice age;_ylt=Al5AloBPLvi6NdxxdbRlVhi1qHQA;_ylu=X3oDMTQwazd1MzZ0BG1pdANUb3BpY3MgQ29sbGVjdGlvbiBMaXN0BHBrZwMzOGRmNTkwZS1kN2EyLTNjMTAtOTg5Ny04MWZkODk1ODAxMWQEcG9zAzgEc2VjA3RvcF9zdG9yeQR2ZXIDZmQyYTRkYzAtMmFlZC0xMWUyLWJlMzUtZDI1M2QxZjhmNTk3;_ylg=X3oDMTFlamZvM2ZlBGludGwDdXMEbGFuZwNlbi11cwRwc3RhaWQDBHBzdGNhdAMEcHQDc2VjdGlvbnM-;_ylv=3

39.Weather extremes: Climate models predict dire future

40.Future temperature rises underestimated by current climate projections;_ylt=Al0ZqHXV3wuDQrnWbHaWURm1qHQA;_ylu=X3oDMTQxbTcwNnNmBG1pdANUb3BpY3MgQ29sbGVjdGlvbiBMaXN0BHBrZwNkNWJkY2Q2My1lOTU5LTNiNzAtYWFhYi1kNjZmNGFkYmVkZTEEcG9zAzE1BHNlYwN0b3Bfc3RvcnkEdmVyAzBlNjRkM2EwLTJjNTQtMTFlMi04ZWZkLTNlNmVjN2YxY2E4ZQ–;_ylg=X3oDMTFlamZvM2ZlBGludGwDdXMEbGFuZwNlbi11cwRwc3RhaWQDBHBzdGNhdAMEcHQDc2VjdGlvbnM-;_ylv=3

41.Dire climate predictions more accurate – study—study/tabid/1160/articleID/276077/Default.aspx

42.Coffee under threat from climate change

43.For Ancient Maya, Climate Change Giveth and Taketh Away

44.A New Tweak for Global Warming Predictions

45.It’s Global Warming, Stupid!

46.California’s landmark global warming law becomes real this week with first cap-and-trade auctions

47.Climate Change: Lessons From Ronald Reagan

48.Bipartisanship needed: Keeping climate science and climate politics apart

49.Sandy spotlights climate change

50.How Obama can seal his climate change legacy

51.Earth’s magnetic shield behaves like a sieve

52.Rainfall clues link climate change to Maya collapse

53.Africa: Tackling the Information Void

54.Climate change a natural phenomenon, say S Africans

55.Less impact of CO2 may explain slowing warming

56.Obama re-commits to climate change pledge

57.Geoelectric changes may help predict earthquakes

58.Global warming may double pollen counts by 2040

59.Arctic Spring Snowmelt Increasing Profoundly in Recent Years

60.Climate change ‘likely to be more severe than some models predict’

61.Book review: Rising Sea Levels: An Introduction to Cause and Impact by Hunt Janin and Scott Mandia

62.Hedegaard: Hurricane Sandy ‘in line with’ climate predictions

63.Green energy: Diesel to be made from sugar

64.No Place In the World Is Safe From Global Warming

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Global warming is caeusd by greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. The gasses fill up the atmosphere trapping the sunlight in and heats up the earth. Ways to prevent it is planting more trees and other plants to take in the carbon dioxide that fills up the atmosphere and traps the sunlight, and at the same time plants/trees release oxygen, which helps us. Another way is to stop using objects that emit gasses. Such as cars, a way of preventing the gasses being released from cars is switching to ethenol.

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