[quote]Regions of Arctic tundra around the world are heating up very rapidly, releasing more greenhouse gases than predicted and boosting the process of global warming, a leading expert said on Wednesday.
From Scientific American:
Worrisome signs re ice melting at both poles.
From Nat Geo:
From Leeds University:
[quote]New figures released today show that moving to a “green” global economy could not only protect the planet from the worst effects of climate change but is surprisingly affordable.
[quote]A new scientific study led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reaches a powerful conclusion about the climate change caused by future increases of carbon dioxide: to a large extent, there’s no going back.
From The Independent:
[quote]The frequency of extremely high clouds in Earth's tropics -- the type associated with severe storms and rainfall -- is increasing as a result of global warming, according to a study by scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.
Scientific American has an article that starts:
News from WWF UK:[quote]Global warming is accelerating at a faster rate than climate change experts previously predicted, according to a new summary of scientific research released today by WWF.
From the Global Carbon Project:
From BBC website:
From a guest editorial in Worldwatch magazine/webiste, by Dr James Hansen:
From good article in Time:
It seems the more that science supports notions the world is warming because man is pumping CO2 and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the more strident become some of the chief
Now, a thread on
Threats to biodiversity from global warming
In news today, an amphibian-killing disease evidently thrives with higher temperatures.
Time for a thread on
Forecasts re impacts of global warming
New forecast just released re Asia Pacific, including:
Even as sceptics do way too good a job of befuddling people re global warming, evidence is that