Climate change and extreme weather driving migration – Phys.Org

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Oct 112017
 

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Climate change and extreme weather driving migration
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Dr Wesselbaum is particularly interested in the effects of temperature and weather-related disasters, and how migration responds over time to changes in its driving forces. Including temperatures and disasters is important, as research has shown that

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‘Warm summers and stronger storms’: Climatologist on climate change and extreme weather – KVAL

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Sep 202017
 

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'Warm summers and stronger storms': Climatologist on climate change and extreme weather
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With all of the strange weather patterns seen around the world this summer, many are wondering whether or not these are signs of climate change. Kathie Dello, a Climatologist at Oregon State University has been studying weather conditions over long …

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Energy Consultant, Former CEO of Vestas: EV & Renewable Energy Trends Not Enough To Achieve Paris Climate Change Goals

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Sep 112017
 

Electric vehicle and renewable energy technologies aren’t enough on their own to give countries a means of achieving the goals of the Paris climate change accord, according to the CEO of DNV GL’s energy consulting business, Ditlev Engel

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How Climate Change Fueled Hurricane Harvey

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Aug 292017
 

Hurricane Harvey Heads for Texas Fracking’s Favorite Port Harvey Shows Progress on Emergency … By the year 2100, global sea levels will rise an average of 1 to 8.2 feet. But the western Gulf Coast will see an additional rise of 1 to 1.6 feet, according …
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ExxonMobil Lied About Climate Change For 40 Years — New Study

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Aug 272017
 

ExxonMobil refinery at dusk (blogforarizona.net)New study claims ExxonMobil said very different things about carbon emissions and climate change internally than what it told the public and its investors

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Does Climate Change Cause Extreme Weather Events? – Smithsonian

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Aug 172017
 

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Does Climate Change Cause Extreme Weather Events?
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The difficulty of isolating a culprit behind extreme weather is a similar to the diagnostic challenge that medical doctors face, says Noah Diffenbaugh, an earth system scientist at Stanford University. Just because one patient recovers from cancer

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The Daily 202: Evidence of climate change abounds amid extreme … – Washington Post

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Aug 152017
 

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With Breanne Deppisch and Joanie Greve. THE BIG IDEA: SEATTLE — This city known for its rain just went a record-breaking 55 days without any.

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Not all glaciers in Antarctica have been affected by climate change – Phys.Org

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Aug 082017
 

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Not all glaciers in Antarctica have been affected by climate change
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A new study by scientists at Portland State University and the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado Boulder has found that the effects of climate change, which are apparent in other parts of the Antarctic continent

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What about Antarctica? Frozen tundra a prime example of climate change and what the future holds – TheChronicleHerald.ca

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Aug 072017
 

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What about Antarctica? Frozen tundra a prime example of climate change and what the future holds
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Antarctica is complicated, or so it's been explained to me. Unlike Greenland or the Arctic — whose response to global warming has been simple melting — the frozen continent covering our southern pole has proven difficult to predict. This is in part
New satellite images show Antarctica's 1 trillion ton iceberg in stunning detail (PHOTOS)RT
Delaware-Sized Iceberg Very Close To Splitting From Antarctic Shelf: What Danger Does This Pose?Gears Of Biz

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CDP Helps Cities, States, and Companies Report and Manage Climate Change Data

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Jul 252017
 

CDP (formally the Carbon Disclosure Project) is the world’s largest environmental disclosure platform for cities, states, regions, and companies that want to track and manage their carbon and climate change data. I sat down with Katie Walsh, the Senior Manager of the Cities North America, to discuss the disclosure movement, and how cities around the world are taking a stand against climate change.

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