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First study with empirical evidence linking climate change and human conflict.
For the first time, research has conclusively demonstrated the link between climate change and human conflict. Colin P. Kelley, now of the University of California, Santa Barbara, and formerly of Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, where the research was conducted, and three colleagues published their groundbreaking study in the online pre-print edition of yesterday’s Proceedings of the
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Good start on March INDC submissions. Switzerland also just in (#29).
The European Union reprised its trendsetting role in world climate negotiations on Thursday by committing the first Intended Nationally Determined Contributions to the planned Paris climate agreement at the end of this year. Also on Thursday, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change issued the official “Paris Accord” negotiating text from its Geneva meeting. The 2013 Warsaw
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Good start toward the March 31 deadline!
The European Union reprised its trendsetting role in world climate negotiations on Thursday by committing the first Intended Nationally Determined Contributions to the planned Paris climate agreement at the end of this year. Also on Thursday, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change issued the official “Paris Accord” negotiating text from its Geneva meeting. The 2013 Warsaw
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Major info source for Sen. Jim Inhofe got some over-the-top stipends.
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Enough money might tempt me but I doubt it. I love my children, and theirs, and theirs, and so on till the end of time.
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About the aerospace engineer Senator Jim Inhofe and other ultraconservatives have been quoting about climate change.
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Want to give up wasting food for Lent? Here are some tools to help... #lent   #foodwaste   #apps  
Thinking about giving up or addressing wasted food in your home for Lent? Here are some tools that can help you get to Easter successfully.
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Rain and snow have graced the West recently, causing many residents to breathe a sigh of relief about possible easing of the severe drought conditions that have worsened there over the past three-plus years. Complacency about drought and climate change is not warranted, say Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh and his research team from Stanford. In “Anthropogenic warming has
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Good start on the March INDCs.
The European Union reprised its trendsetting role in world climate negotiations on Thursday by committing the first Intended Nationally Determined Contributions to the planned Paris climate agreement at the end of this year. Also on Thursday, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change issued the official “Paris Accord” negotiating text from its Geneva meeting. The 2013 Warsaw
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Switzerland came in earlier today, too.
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One of Senator Jim Inhofe's "unquestionable" sources.
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About Senator Jim Inhofe's often quoted aerospace engineer who says the sun--not fossil fuel use--causes climate change.
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China is where they can't breathe their own air, and where they march in lockstep in denial of their own part in it. The borg.
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Thanks to protracted temblors in the US (and some other English-speaking nations) over the role of fossil fuels in generating climate change, many of us sometimes forget that agriculture, deforestation, and land use change (AFOLU, for short) also emit a large proportion of greenhouse gases. Those with a rough idea of how the emissions pie divides
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Not too much of a surprise.
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Big business comes online with climate, renewables.
Over the past year or so, corporate climate leaders have begun to take responsibility when international agreements can only provide useful answers, not actions. We saw this demonstrated visibly last September when many Fortune 500 CEOs joined presidents, prime ministers, and ordinary people in New York to discuss climate at UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon’s request.
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Who gives a shit about climate change, the government takes 50% of my labor so until that number heads south, the climate can fuck right off properly along with the douche that voted my taxes up to 50% of my labor.
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Science writer, mother, and longtime kook
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