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ScienceCasts: The Cloudy Future of Arctic Sea Ice

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As climate change continues to hammer Arctic sea ice, pushing back its summertime boundaries to record-high latitudes, NASA is flying an innovative airborne mission to find out how these developments will affect world...

The EV Revolution

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People used to buy electric cars to help save the planet. Now they buy electric cars, because they are the best, most fun, and coolest rides around.

Dr. Richard Alley on Undersea Methane

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Interviewed in San Francisco, December, 2013. Dr. Alley worked with the National Academy of Science to produce a study of abrupt climate change impacts, including the so-called "methane bomb" - an uncontrolled release...

Bill McGuire: Modelling suggests with ice cap melt, an increase in volcanic activity

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ClimateState interviewed Bill McGuire, Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at the University College London, one of Britain’s leading volcanologists and contributing author to the 2011 IPCC report. He called for an e...

CBC on Dark Snow Project

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The Dark Snow Project continues to make headlines around the world. Dr. Jason Box was interviewed from a climate conference in Bristol, England for this report from Canadian Broadcasting.

EPA: What do YOU think about climate change?

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For more information about climate change, go to http://www.epa.gov/climatechange For more about EPA: http://www.epa.gov/ We accept comments according to our comment policy: http://blog.epa.gov/blog/comment-policy/

Arctic Sea Ice, Summer 2014 (NASA animation)

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An animation of daily Arctic sea ice extent in summer 2014, from March 21, 2014 to Sept. 17, 2014 – when the ice appeared to reach it’s minimum extent for the year. It’s the sixth lowest minimum sea ice extent in the ...

Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Climate Change

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Transcript of Archbishop Tutu's remarks on climate change: "The destruction of the earth’s environment is the human rights challenge of our time. Over the 25 years that climate change has been on the world’s ag...

Jon Stewart Spanks House Science Committee for Stupidity on Climate Change (9/22/2014)

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Stewart Blows Up on GOP Over Climate Change: ‘Pushing a Million Pounds of Idiot Up a Mountain’ Jon Stewart on Monday slammed a U.S House hearing regarding climate change, comparing the Republican-led session to “pu...

Pakistan and Afghanistan monsoon floods kill dozens August 4, 2013

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Eastern Afghanistan and neighbouring Pakistan have been hit by torrential rain, causing floods which have killed at least 80 people. The region has suffered devastating floods during the monsoon period for the past th...

The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change

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The scientific consensus on climate change is most notable summarized in the IPCC report and supported by all relevant entities. Of all relevant studies from 2013 only two reject anthropogenic climate change. IPCC 20...

Hydroxyl Radicals In Our Atmosphere – An Animated Explanation

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Published on Oct 30, 2013 A simple yet effective clip explaining hydroxyl creation in the Earth's atmosphere, what they do as "nature's broom" and the benefit of their existence. Related Wikipedia: Hydroxyl Radic...

NASA: Four Decades of Sea Ice From Space

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NASA: One of the most visible signs of climate change in recent years was not even visible at all until a few decades ago. The sea ice cap that covers the Arctic Ocean has been changing dramatically, especially in the...

The Runaway Glaciers in West Antarctica

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NASA/JPL press release, May 12, 2014: A new study by researchers at NASA and the University of California, Irvine, finds a rapidly melting section of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet appears to be in an irreversible state...

Planet likely to warm by 4C by 2100, scientists warn

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Peter Sinclair: Sherwood’s paper shoots more holes into lingering hopes that climate sensitivity, the amount of warming we expect for a given rise in CO2, might be lower than we thought – that maybe temp rises could b...

What has the West Virginia chemical spill to do with climate change?

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Both involve the Koch Brothers In 2008, Freedom Industries was specially selected by Georgia-Pacific Chemicals as a distributor of G-P's Talon brand mining reagents for West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Ma...

2013 Is the Fourth Hottest Year on Record

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By Phil Plait (Slate):  It’s official: 2013 is the fourth hottest year since records started being kept in 1880. It ties with 2003 for that dubious honor. This result was just announced by the National Oceanic an...

Climate Effects on Human Evolution

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This article explores the hypothesis that key human adaptations evolved in response to environmental instability.  This idea was developed during research conducted by the Smithsonian’s Human Origins Program. Natural...

Tim Jackson: An economic reality check

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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2010: ted.com As the world faces recession, climate change, inequity and more, Tim Jackson delivers a piercing challenge to established economic principles, explaining how we might stop feeding the ...

The permafrost carbon feedback loop

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THE world is on the cusp of a "tipping point" into dangerous climate change, according to new data gathered by scientists measuring methane leaking from the Arctic permafrost and a report presented to the United Natio...

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