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The climate is changing. Here's how politics wants change.

A penguin stands on an iceberg at Yankee Harbor, Antarctica, in February. (Reuters) The Oct. 8 release of a U.N. Celsius confirms what a long, hot summer of fire and storms has already told us. Climate politics are so changing, from a contest of who wins and loses to one of survival for communities and ways of life. More climate …

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Renewable energies must contribute more quickly to achieving the climate goals, warns the IEA

With current development, renewable energies will account for only 18 percent of the world's energy consumed by 2040. That's far less than the IEA's 28 percent threshold needed to mitigate the effects of climate change and produce cleaner air and access to modern energy around the world. According to IEA, renewables could grow 25 percent faster as governments adopt policies …

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The climate is changing faster than feared, but why are we surprised?

Nearly every day, peer-reviewed global warming studies warn that the deadly effects will be earlier and harder than previously thought. Virtually no evidence that previous predictions of future heat waves, droughts, storms, floods or the rising seas were overcrowded. And just as the nations of the world are pushing into South Korea to validate the first major UN climate science …

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Study shows climate effects of wind power that cause local warming

If the world wants to avoid catastrophic climate change, we must stop consuming fossil fuels and start sourcing electricity from renewable sources of energy as soon as possible – including geothermal, biofuels, hydropower, solar farms and wind. Wind is particularly attractive as it is one of the cheapest and most efficient ways to generate electricity. But that does not mean …

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Cold climate played a role in driving Neanderthals to extinction

Representation of early humans in caves. Scientists believe they found the answer to the mystery of the sudden extinction of Neanderthals 40,000 years ago. The Stalagmite strata revealed that Europe had a cold and dry climate that could have wiped out the Neanderthal populations. ( Alex Saltarin ) The effects of climate change have contributed to the extinction of Neanderthals, …

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Climate change could completely change the Earth's ecosystems

52 million years ago, crocodiles swam in the Arctic. Twenty thousand years ago, an ice sheet covered Manhattan. Earth's ecosystems have changed dramatically as the climate has changed, and scientists are now trying to figure out how to respond to the current era of man-made climate change. Forty-two scientists contributed to a study published in Science Friday and looked at …

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How will people adapt to climate change? Ask a viking

William & Mary geologist Nick Balascio is part of a team of climate scientists, archaeologists and students working to understand the impact of environmental change on the Viking society. Leah Marshall & # 39; 19 (left), Balascio (center) and Stephen Wickler from Tromsø University examine a fjord bay on Vestvågøya Island. Credit: Nick Balascio Popular culture portrays Vikings as violent …

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Extreme weather and climate change | News, Sports, Jobs

<! – SHOW ARTICLES -> We have experienced a relatively temperate summer in the middle Ohio Valley – no prolonged heat waves or heavy storms. This is not the case in other parts of our country and in other parts of the world. Even before our summer officially began, a heavy heat wave seized the country in May; This month …

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