IPCC: Global warming impact will be severe and irreversible

Green Blog

That is the conclusion of the newly released IPCC report , which scientists and officials say is the most comprehensive study to date on the impacts of climate change. Humans will be increasingly affected as the century goes on, the IPCC report claims.

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17 Things to Know About California’s Carbon Cap

Sightline Daily

While Cascadian climate hawks have been fighting rearguard actions against proposed pipelines and coal trains, California has been rolling out an ambitious carbon cap. California actually designed its carbon market so that other states can plug themselves into it. California’s does not.

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Experts: Economic models "grossly underestimate" costs of global warming

Green Blog

In California a tonne of carbon emissions - despite having one of the world’s highest carbon price - only costs around $12. This model by Nordhaus has served as a basis for other major climate studies – such as the recent IPCC report. It is extremely important to understand the severe limitations of standard economic models, such as those cited in the IPCC report, which have made assumptions that simply do not reflect current knowledge about climate change and its [.]

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The Green Buzz: Wednesday, January 15

Conservancy Talk

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The Green Buzz: Monday, September 30

Conservancy Talk

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 ). The Bayou Corne Sinkhole : growing bigger and dividing a town, in the process. ( New York Times ). Can Burmese pythons in the Everglades be lured into traps?

Of Crows and Cuckoos, Pigeons, Pachyderms, and Komodos

Nature Conservancy - Science

It’s BioBlitz weekend (#bioblitz2014) in Golden Gate National Recreation Area, but if you can’t make it to California, National Geographic shows you how to BioBlitz in your own neighborhood. The Fifth Assessment Report from the IPCC is due out next week.

Scientists’ Costumes, Missing Oil and Amphibian Quest

Nature Conservancy - Science

The IPCC’s global report : Does it mask regional climate change differences? How California is turning drainage canals back to rivers. A researcher dressed as a Whooping Crane. Photo © USFWS Headquarters through a Creative Commons license.

Climate Wars by Gwynne Dyer

Green Blog

Based mainly on the projections made by army analysts of the world from the prognoses in the IPCC 2007 report. Gulf Coast states are devastated by hurricanes and floods, California’s agriculture collapses from perpetual drought.

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Canadians Believe in Climate Change! and Government.

Sightline Daily

Has this great source of news reported that the Republicans pulled all American funding from the IPCC on Feb 20th? Skip to content.

Cities Call for Carbon Pricing in Washington

Sightline Daily

Foremost among their asks: Adopt a market-based approach to reducing GHG pollution: Market-based approaches—whether a cap-and-trade program as in California or a carbon tax as in British Columbia––should be at the heart of the state’s package of actions. Related Stories King County Stands Up To Coal The Entire IPCC Report in 19 Illustrated Haiku How Coal and Oil Trains Will Block Traffic: Skagit and Whatcom Counties.

Should I Say 'Climate Change' or 'Global Warming?' — Sightline.

Sightline Daily

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. Skip to navigation Advanced Search Document Actions Sections Front Page Daily News Daily Score Blog The Daily Score Special Series Word on the Street 71 In a Series Should I Say Climate Change or Global Warming?

Study: Potent Warming Gases Being Underestimated

Eco Friendly Daily

The data suggesting one percent was collected by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Researchers in the United States, including Ray Weiss from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in California, have determined that this figure is substantially low.

The Top 14 of 2014

Sightline Daily

17 Things to Know About California’s Carbon Cap : The Northwest wants to make polluters pay, but Oregon and Washington don’t have to reinvent the wheel. California has already shown us some dos and don’ts in designing our own system.

Combating Climate Change with Landscape Architecture

The Green Changemakers

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.

Climate Action: What Will it Take to Avert Disastrous Climate Change?

The Green Changemakers

Southern California’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 ].

Canadians Believe in Climate Change! and Government!?

Sightline Daily

Has this great source of news reported that the Republicans pulled all American funding from the IPCC on Feb 20th? Skip to content.

Should I Say 'Climate Change' or 'Global Warming?'

Sightline Daily

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. Skip to navigation Advanced Search Document Actions Sections Front Page Daily News Daily Score Blog The Daily Score Special Series Word on the Street 71 In a Series Should I Say Climate Change or Global Warming?

HafenCity: A Case Study on Future-Adaptive Urban Development

The Green Changemakers

metro locations include Portland, Oregon, Seattle, San Francisco, New York and Denver, and suburbs such as Davis, California and Alexandria, Virginia.