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‘Climate Change Research’ Articles

Climate Change Comments & Research

Global Weirding is a Thing

Global Weirding is a Thing

Global Weirding (Noun) A complementary term to global warming to reflect the belief that climate change causes or will cause various weather-related extremes, including both hot and cold weather, to become more intense. The increasingly more common drone of Déjà vu like record breaking weather reports gives increasing validity to the statement [Continue]

Climate Change Opinions of USA Candidates

Climate Change Opinions of USA Candidates

The current leaders of the race to be the next President of the USA differ when it comes to the topic of Climate Change and Global Warming. Bernie Sanders: June 28 2015, Sen. Sanders tweeted, “The scientific community has been extremely clear. We must take bold action to address climate change.” Hillary Clinton: January 20, [Continue]

Climate Change The Facts Book Review

Climate Change The Facts Book Review

Climate Change: The Facts Edited by Alan Moran Climate Change: The Facts was released in 2015, paid for and published by the Institute of Public Affairs, which does sound all good and wonderful as being an unbiased champion for the public good type of organization. However, even with just a little research it becomes obvious [Continue]

Sen. Jim Inhofe Gets PWND on Climate Change

Sen. Jim Inhofe Gets PWND on Climate Change

Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) after blocking a resolution that would have acknowledged the reality of climate change gets PWND by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) with a reality check. It is so distressing that there are still such a large number of government representatives in the US Senate and House of Representatives that wish to continue to [Continue]

Scientists Link CO2 and Fossil Fuel Emissions

Scientists Link CO2 and Fossil Fuel Emissions

Human caused Global Warming proof published. Scientists confirm by direct observation Carbon Dioxide’s Green House Effect with 11 years study conducted in both Alaska and Oklahoma. The scientists were able to link rising CO2 levels with human activity—primarily the burning of fossil fuels. The observed measurements confirm theoretical model [Continue]

NASA Releases OCO-2 Carbon Satellite Image

NASA Releases OCO-2 Carbon Satellite Image

NASA’s new Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) can for the first time help identify and visualize carbon sources (emitters) and sinks (absorbers), and takes 100 times more measurements (100,000 per day) than the previous best instrument in space the Japanese GEOS-5 satellite launched in 2009. The ocean and plants on land emit more than 20 [Continue]

Record Temperatures in Alaska 2014

Record Temperatures in Alaska 2014

Alaska gets silently baked in 2014 but the world does’t really hear about it. Global Warming and Climate Change have most certainly arrived in Alaska, but the world won’t be hearing any loud alarms sounding because of Alaska’s ties to the fossil fuel industry. About the only thing the public hears on TV (especially in [Continue]

Climate Gas Pump Warning Labels Arrive

Climate Gas Pump Warning Labels Arrive

The City Council of Berkeley California in the San Francisco Bay area passed a citywide ordinance (November, 18, 2014) to require Climate Change Warning labels at fuel dispensing facilities. The new Climate Change and Global Warming law is the first to go in effect in the USA. The warning labels for fossil fuel pumps are [Continue]

24 Climate Science Facts of Climate Change

24 Climate Science Facts of Climate Change

Joe Hanson, Ph.D. produced a video to try and explain in layman’s terms basic Climate Science and how it relates to Climate Change and Global Warming. Some of the science behind why scientists overwhelmingly agree that our climate is changing, Earth is getting warmer, sea levels are rising, and why it’s primarily because of humans [Continue]

Largest Swedish Pension Fund Divests from Fossil Fuel

Largest Swedish Pension Fund Divests from Fossil Fuel

AP2 has announced plans to divest $116 million USD (SEK 840 million) worth of fossil fuel holdings in an effort to ward off the “financial risk” of climate change. Fossil Fuel investments being removed from their investment portfolio include oil and coal companies. The Second AP Fund (AP2) is one of northern Europe’s largest pension [Continue]

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