February’s record high temperatures are bringing us too close to 2°C limit

March 18, 2016 by  
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The past few months scientists have watched global temperatures shatter records, but February marked a staggering new high. Data from NASA and NOAA revealed that compared to past Februaries, last month was 1.35°C warmer than average . Most researchers believe this is evidence we’re hurtling towards the 2°C limit set in Paris faster than anticipated. Read the rest of February’s record high temperatures are bringing us too close to 2°C limit

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NASA Maps Out the Shape of Wildfires to Come

August 12, 2013 by  
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Every year, it seems that wildfires get a little more frequent and a lot more devastating . And it makes you wonder, as the planet continues to get warmer and the land becomes drier, just how bad will things get? NASA is using two of their satellites, Terra and Aqua, to find an answer to that question, and it isn’t pretty. According to their data, not only will wildfires get worse and more frequent, but they will start popping up in places where they were never problems before. Read the rest of NASA Maps Out the Shape of Wildfires to Come Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 2012 fires , 2013 fires , Aqua Terra NASA , Aqua Terra satellites , Climate Change , climate change drying , climate change fires , evaporation fires , global warming , global warming drying , global warming fires , Great Plains fires , Midwest fires , nasa climate change , NASA evaporation prediction , NASA fire , nasa global warming , NASA satellites , NASA wild fire , NASA wildfire predictions , Rocky Mountain fires , wildfire maps , wildfire predictions        

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Sustainable Makokos Floating School in Nigeria is Finally Completed

August 12, 2013 by  
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Police Officer Saves Nearly 100 Baby Sea Turtles in Florida

August 12, 2013 by  
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Police officers are sworn to serve and protect the members of their community. For some cops, this extends even to the non-human residents under their watch. As he was patrolling the Lido Beach Resort in South Florida on Saturday August, 3 around 1 am, Officer Derek Conley spotted a group of baby sea turtles clustered around the hotel’s front door. A passerby told him that there were more of the obviously confused hatchlings in the parking lot. After calling the area’s two marine rescue groups, Conley—along with several guests—collected almost 900 babies into a box, and led them to the ocean. He even stopped traffic on several occasions to chauffeur his shelled charges into their rightful home in the nearby Gulf of Mexico . Read the rest of Police Officer Saves Nearly 100 Baby Sea Turtles in Florida Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: baby sea turtle , conservation , endangered species , florida , gulf of mexico , hatchling , lido beach resort hotel , officer derek conley , parking lot , police officer , sarasota , sea turtle conservancy        

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