Alarming study shows disastrous climate change will strike much sooner than expected

March 10, 2016 by  
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A team of Australian scientists and economists just published a new study that shows disastrous global warming will strike far sooner than expected. The model incorporated data for economic and population growth to create a “global energy tracker” that resulted in dire predictions: by 2020, temperatures will rise 1.5°C over pre-industrial levels, and by 2030 we’ll reach the 2°C target set in Paris. Their suggestions for how to fight climate change would shock most politicians. Read the rest of Alarming study shows disastrous climate change will strike much sooner than expected

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Solar energy rolls out like a carpet with groundbreaking Roll-Array photovoltaics

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Extraordinary thatched Enterprise Centre may be the UK’s greenest building ever

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Penguin swims 5,000 miles each year to visit the Brazilian man who saved his life

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Rio de Janeiro resident Joao Pereira de Souza did not expect to make a lifelong friend when he rescued a struggling, oil-slicked penguin from the beach years ago – but that’s exactly what happened. Now Dindim swims thousands of miles to spend eight months out of the year with his buddy, renewing everyone’s faith in the deep connection we share with animals. Read the rest of Penguin swims 5,000 miles each year to visit the Brazilian man who saved his life

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