Artist Robert Lach Transforms Old Suitcases into Delicate Bird Nest Sculptures

May 16, 2013 by  
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Mt. Everest Glaciers are Rapidly Melting, and Humans are Probably to Blame

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Image via Shutterstock The glaciers atop Mt. Everest are melting at an unprecedented rate and anthropogenic global warming is likely to blame. The news comes on the heels of reports that CO2 levels have reached their highest in human history , surpassing the 400 parts per million mark, and climate change is shifting the location of the North and South Poles . Researchers from the University of Milan say that ice coverage on top of Earth’s highest mountain has shrunk by 13 percent in the last five decades. Read the rest of Mt. Everest Glaciers are Rapidly Melting, and Humans are Probably to Blame Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: anthropogenically-induced climate change , Climate Change , Environment , global warming , melting glaciers , News , University of Milan , world’s highest mountain        

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