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Global Warming May Dwindle the Supply of a Key Brain Nutrient – Scientific American

Glaciers continue to melt. Sea levels are on the rise. And now scientists believe the changing climate may put our brains at risk. A new analysis predicts that by 2100, increasing water temperatures brought on by a warming planet could…

These 5 Big Changes Are Key for Humanity to Survive a Warming Climate – TIME

Hundreds of millions of people are living with the effects of global warming – some now irreversible. For those on the frontlines of climate change, developing coping mechanisms is a matter of survival. And yet the world is not paying…

Reaching climate solutions through negotiation – MIT News

Evaluating the many possible strategies for curbing greenhouse gas emissions and limiting the destructive effects of a warming planet is a daunting and contentious task. This week, about 50 MIT students got a chance to try out new software that…

Democrats kick up a storm over climate change and Dorian – Politico

Hurricane Dorian pulvarized parts of the Bahamas. | Ramon Espinosa/AP Photo Hurricane Dorian’s punishing sweep up the U.S. coast is giving Democrats an opening to hammer their message on the urgency of climate change — an issue where they hope…

Methane-producing microorganism makes a meal of iron

(Penn State) A new understanding of how a microorganism produces methane and carbon dioxide could eventually allow researchers to manipulate how much of these important greenhouse gases escape into the atmosphere.

How Russia and China are preparing to exploit a warming planet – POLITICO

Russia is vying for control of Arctic seaways and has built some 40 icebreakers. China, which is not a polar country, has launched aggressive Arctic diplomacy. | Vladimir Isachenkov/AP Photo Global Translations POLITICO’s latest Global Translations podcast explores how climate…

More Fake Five-Alarm Hysteria From The IPCC

Efforts to stampede the USA and world into forsaking fossil fuels and modern farming continue apace. UN and other scientists recently sent out news releases claiming July 2019 was the “hottest month ever recorded on Earth” – nearly about 1.2 degrees…