New MIT Study Shows Risks of Climate Change Doubled from Previous Assessment If No Action Taken Now

MIT has released a new study showing that risks of non-action in mitigating climate change could make expected temperature rise twice as bad as expected by the end of the century.

Bonn Climate Talks To Be Continued June 1

By setting procedural boundaries for the upcoming climate summit in Copenhagen this December, it is hoped that the ongoing “pre-talks” in Bonn, Germany will bear fruit for meaningful change.

Temperatures And The Way They’re Measured

Global warming is the top issue of the world agenda now and that’s not surprising – every area of our lives is affected by our environment’s condition. But what are the differences between Fahrenheit and Celsius or Kelvin and do they matter? The way we measure temperatures is derived from the exact difference between boiling water and frozen ice, whether…

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