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Global warming causing ‘irreversible’ mass melting in Antarctica – The Jerusalem Post

Global warming was leading to an “irreversible” mass melting of the Antarctic ice and purging carbon from the atmosphere was the only solution to slow the process, an Australian climate scientist told Reuters on Wednesday. Recent human activity has intensified…


Global warming slowing down? ‘Ironic’ study finds more CO2 has slightly cooled the planet –

Climate experts have found global warming has been reduced by 0.2C to 0.25C degrees (0.36F to 0.45F) since the 1980s. The unexpected trend has been linked to carbon dioxide emissions feeding a surge in plant life growth. {%=o.title%} ]]> The…

Global warming challenges grapegrowers to find answers – Napa Valley Register

Global temperature increases are affecting grapevines, and vineyardists are looking for answers. As temperatures rise, the results are increased variability and extreme weather conditions. Exactly how the Napa Valley and other wine-growing regions respond and work to help alleviate the…

The Green Bridge To Nowhere

Mankind’s attempt to control the climate is going to be very, very costly – to you. Even worse, there is no guarantee of any benefit, environmental, planetary, or otherwise. Every version of the Green New Deal proposed by various politicians…

Why Is Boris Johnson Letting Eco-Fascists Run Wild In Britain?

Extinction Rebellion vandals are digging up the lawns outside Cambridge’s grandest college Trinity and have blocked one of the roundabouts near the city center. Why aren’t the police arresting them? Why should taxpayers have to pay for the damage done?…

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos: I’m pledging $10bn to fight global warming – ZDNet

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the richest person on Earth, has announced a new $10bn fund to help save the world from global warming.  The $10bn will be distributed from this summer via the new Bezos Earth Fund, which Bezos announced…


WHITE HOUSE: Work begins on key climate report under Trump

The next National Climate Assessment is beginning to take shape at a time when President Trump warned world leaders to reject “alarmists” and as his conservative allies make plans to intervene in the report’s preparation to question the findings of mainstream scientists.


RESEARCH: USDA once hid climate reports. Now adaptation is a priority

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue will allow agency scientists to study how farmers are responding to climate change. Adaptation is a top theme over the next five years for a department that has been accused of suppressing scientific reports.