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Ice melt in Arctic quicker than normal

Saturday, July 7, 2012

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Ice melt in Arctic quicker than normal

…but it hasnt retreated as far as 2007. So what can we make of this news, given that the BBC story states: Researchers say projections of summer ice disappearing entirely within the next few years increasingly look wrong Walt Meier, a researcher at…

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The Copenhagen climate summit

Saturday, September 19, 2009

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The Copenhagen climate summit

The climate change summit in Copenhagen must secure a deal between the countries of the world to save our rainforests. It is thought that half of the world’s wildlife live in the tropical rainforests and as deforestation continues, species are being eradicated before they have even been discovered.

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Book Review – “The Vanishing Face of Gaia; A Final Warning” by James Lovelock

Monday, August 3, 2009

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Book Review – “The Vanishing Face of Gaia; A Final Warning” by James Lovelock

Lovelock’s Vanishing Face of Gaia is as much an admonition of severe climatic change as it is an assertion of the scientific strength of Gaia theory. “All I do ask is that they take Gaia science seriously”, he appeals to the scientific community.

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Q&A: Climate Change

Friday, July 3, 2009

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Q&A: Climate Change

Q&A: Climate change. What is climate change and why should we be concerned about it? David Adam explains in his Guardian news article. We don't see any mention of the benefit of saving the worlds forests and therefore the worlds largest carbon sinks in the article though.

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