Tag Archives: consequences of global warming

A Green Christmas Carol

A green Christmas Carol: We know the past and must accept our present to ward off a haunting environmental future

This concise review covers the shameful environmental disregard of the past, the woeful inaction of the present and the hopelessness of a future in which we fail to act. This is a story of environmental neglect inspired by A Christmas Carol, the famous tale written by Charles Dickens and published in 1843 at the height of the industrial revolution. However, unlike the Dickens tale, …

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The Unexpected Consequences of Climate Change

Scientists and organization from around the world warn that the door is quickly closely for the chance to avert a climate catastrophe

Climate Change Consequences – Often Unexpected (via Skeptical Science) Posted on 11 May 2012 by dana1981 An increasingly common fallback position once climate change “skeptics” accept that the planet is warming and humans are the dominant cause is the myth that climate change won’t be bad.  In fact, this particular myth comes in at #3 on our list of most used climate…

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Podcast: Global Warming? What Global Warming?

[podcast]http://www.globalwarmingisreal.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/climate_news-10-22.mp3[/podcast] More American believe climate change has nothing to do with them Greenwire reporter Ben Geman reports on a recent Pew Research Center survey that shows fewer Americans believe there is “solid evidence” of global warming (despite the increasing solid evidence) and that if global warming does exist, human activity plays little or no part in it. While the issue is largely divided along …

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Earthtalk: Consequnces of Climate Change for the United States

Earthtalk is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: Which parts of the United States are or will be hardest hit by global warming? -Aliza Perry, Burlington, VT It’s difficult to predict which areas of the U.S. will suffer the most from global warming, but it’s safe to say that no regions will …

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