Monthly Archives: September 2017

“Keeping warming to 1.5 degrees just went from impossible to very difficult” | Anthropocene

The remaining global budget for carbon emissions that can keep the planet from warming more than 1.5° C may be larger than previously thought, potentially putting that goal within the realm of feasibility. Source: “Keeping warming to 1.5 degrees just … Continue reading

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Climate Change Is Complex. We’ve Got Answers to Your Questions. – The New York Times

Source: Climate Change Is Complex. We’ve Got Answers to Your Questions. – The New York Times

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New tool to use Laudato Si’ to measure, rank nations’ development | National Catholic Reporter

Source: New tool to use Laudato Si’ to measure, rank nations’ development | National Catholic Reporter

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Teachers digging in to teach climate change » Yale Climate Connections

Source: Teachers digging in to teach climate change » Yale Climate Connections

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Phasing out coal power plants could save US consumers $10 billion a year | Carbon Tracker Initiative

Financial specialists making carbon investment risk visible today in the capital market Source: Phasing out coal power plants could save US consumers $10 billion a year | Carbon Tracker Initiative

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Scientists can calculate how much climate change individual oil companies are responsible for | Anthropocene

The top 90 carbon producing companies are responsible for nearly half of the increase in global average temperature and between one-quarter and one-third of sea level rise between 1880 and 2010. Source: Scientists can calculate how much climate change individual … Continue reading

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Harvey and Irma aren’t natural disasters. They’re climate change disasters. | Grist

Back-to-back hurricanes, devastating floods, raging wildfires, spiking temps. Welcome to Earth 2017. We were warned. Source: Harvey and Irma aren’t natural disasters. They’re climate change disasters. | Grist

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First Harvey, Then Irma and Jose. Why? It’s the Season. – The New York Times

Source: First Harvey, Then Irma and Jose. Why? It’s the Season. – The New York Times

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UN chief says natural disasters have quadrupled since 1970 | Miami Herald

The United Nations chief says natural disasters have nearly quadrupled in number since 1970 and the United States has experienced the most disasters since 1995, followed by China and India. Source: UN chief says natural disasters have quadrupled since 1970 … Continue reading

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How Exxon Used the New York Times to Make You Question Climate Science | DeSmogBlog

Source: How Exxon Used the New York Times to Make You Question Climate Science | DeSmogBlog

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