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Mo Brooks rejects notion that global warming is causing sea levels to increase, and says: "What about the White Cliffs of Dover?"
There is no excuse for ignoring climate change in the electoral process.
Sea levels are rising faster than they did 50 years ago, and it's only going to get worse
Move over, stiff neck; there's a new spinal problem to reckon with. Doctors are seeing some patients with "text neck"--pain caused by inclining one's head for long periods of time while staring at a smartphone, thus putting extra stress on the spine.
160,000 NEW YORK CITY New research indicates that climate change has already triggered an unstoppable decay of the West Antarctic
Risk is risk. Those who refuse to gamble with the environment will continue to be pitted against those who refuse to recognize the imminent dangers facing our planet.
An international team of scientists has found with near certainty that human activity is the cause of most of the temperature
To develop such figures, I combined my sea level debt findings with analysis from Climate Central’s Surging Seas project
For more information on the methods behind this interactive, click here. This new study used computer models to estimate
The 25-foot sea level rise is based on a 2012 study in the journal Science, which augmented findings from a 2009 Nature study
"It was incredibly tame — it swam out to meet sailors, wagging its tail," Cooper told LiveScience. "That led to suggestions
Bamber and Aspinall prepared this paper by polling 26 glaciologists around the world in 2010 and 2012. Bamber told NBC News
That doesn’t entirely account for the lower prediction, according to the study's lead author, Sefan Rahmstorf, of the Potsdam
This summer's record low sea ice extent has prompted speculation about how polar bears will be affected. Because polar bears depend on sea ice to catch seals, less sea ice can only be bad for polar bears. But it's not just this year's record low that is cause for concern.
And this rise is accelerating, said Tal Ezer, a researcher at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va. The accelerating rise
Ecosystems and weather will completely reshuffle. Cities, towns and agricultural areas could be destroyed. But the most important consequence of this radical warming might be glacial melting and subsequent sea-level rise.
To figure out where all that water came from, the researchers compared sea-level rise in Tahiti with previous measurements
If you're not satisfied with how the leaders of the world's major powers including the U.S., China, India and Brazil are addressing climate change or protecting the ocean maybe you could direct their attention to Kiribati.
But if American negotiators have always been reluctant to make those promises, even if they did this year, their promises