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SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 [California, IPCC] The Green Buzz: Monday, September 30
Here are five big takeaways from the IPCC’s big global warming report on Friday. In California, an innovative method is showing it’s possible. 'We’re ending the month of September with some good reads on issues like coexisting with keystone species and sinkholes. Yikes. National Geographic ). New York Times ). NPR ).
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NOVEMBER 5, 2013 [California, IPCC] Great Climate News from the Pacific Coast
Among the announcement of the 150th coal plant closing in the United States, the IPCC’s r eport about the human cause of climate disruption, and the EPA’s first-ever protections against carbon pollution from new power plants comes another environmental victory. ' Climate history has been made again. trillion. International
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SIGHTLINE DAILY [California, IPCC] Canadians Believe in Climate Change! and Government!?
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2011
Has this great source of news reported that the Republicans pulled all American funding from the IPCC
on Feb 20th? Skip to content. Skip to navigation Advanced Search Document Actions Sections Front Page Daily News Daily Score Blog The Daily Score Special Series Word on the Street 69 In a Series Canadians Believe in Climate Change! 68 Doh! MORE >>
SIGHTLINE DAILY [California, IPCC] Should I Say 'Climate Change' or 'Global Warming?'
| MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2011
Share | | Email Post Climate Opinion Research Permalink Comments Posted by mememine 03/08/2011 11:19 AM Obama didn’t even mention the climate change crisis in his State of the Union Address and IPCC
funding has been pulled by the Republican voted majority. Skip to content. Its way past time to move beyond the science debate. Quite rightly. MORE >>
THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [California, IPCC] Combating Climate Change with Landscape Architecture
| SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 2010
A recent report from the United Nations Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC
) states that “warming of the climate system is unequivocal.” The IPCC
reports that the average global temperature is increasing at an alarming rate. According to the IPCC
, the projected sea level rise could reach 19-23 inches by the year 2100. MORE >>
THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [California, IPCC] Climate Action: What Will it Take to Avert Disastrous Climate Change?
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2009
’s worst wildfire in 30 years scorched 20,000 acres last spring [ 1 ]. percent a year since 2000, faster than the worst-case scenario predicted by the Nobel Prize-winning IPCC
[ 4 ]. Photo by Peeter Viisimaa. But our leaders failed to head off disaster, and the public knew little until it was too late. View Sources. MORE >>
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