Climate Change Deniers Win in the Battle to (Not) Address Global Warming

March 25, 2014 by  
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Scientists don’t usually play into dramatics, but earlier this month  The American Association for the Advancement of Science  practically shouted from the rooftops about the dangers of climate change. If they had been shouting about something sensational, perhaps the news cycles would have covered the story non-stop. But instead, scientists find themselves in the unenviable position of trying to force people to care about what may be the biggest issue facing humanity. With climate change threatening everything from food to water ways , why is it so difficult to get people to care? Read the rest of Climate Change Deniers Win in the Battle to (Not) Address Global Warming Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Climate Change , climate change deniers , climate change deniers win , climate change irreversible , climate change news , climate change policy , climate change politics , Climate change report , climate change science , global warming , global warming deniers , global warming deniers win , global warming policy , global warming politics , global warming science , scientists , scientists talk about climate change , scientists talk about global warming , The Guardian , the Guardian climate change , UK climate change , us climate change , winning the climate change battle , winning the global warming battle        

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Project Blue Skyscraper Turns China’s Dreadful Air Pollution into Green Energy

March 25, 2014 by  
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While China’s booming economy has been a spectacle to watch, its corresponding pollution levels have been staggering as well. A side effect of being “the factory of the world” is that the cities in China have been clouded over with toxic particulate matter that is suspended in the atmosphere. Students Yang Siqi, Zhan Beidi, Zhao Renbo and Zhang Tianshuo have come up with an idea to address this problem – a skyscraper that would actually transform air pollution into green energy. This sci-fi building proposal called Project Blue just won an honorable mention in eVolo’s 2014 Skyskcraper Competition . Read the rest of Project Blue Skyscraper Turns China’s Dreadful Air Pollution into Green Energy Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: air pollution , air pollution into green energy , china , china air pollution solution , eVolo 2014 Skyscraper Competition , liquid methane , upside down cooling tower , yang siqi , zhan beidi , zhang tianshuo , zhao renbo        

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US National Climate Report Predicts Global Warming Will Continue to Bring Hazardous Flooding and Heatwaves

February 1, 2013 by  
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More extreme weather is predicted for the United States, according to a draft of the National Climate Report released by the Federal Advisory Committee. Heat waves, along with coastal and river flooding will continue to threaten the country’s environmental and economic systems, causing climate-related hazards. Read the rest of US National Climate Report Predicts Global Warming Will Continue to Bring Hazardous Flooding and Heatwaves Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon emissions , climate change and storms , climate change sea levels , climate-related hazards , environmental destruction , environmental destruction farming , global warming , us climate change , US extreme weather , US Federal Advisory Committee , US national climate report , US sea temperature

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American Meteorological Society Finally Takes a Stance On Climate Change

August 30, 2012 by  
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When it comes to climate change , certain groups in the United States are still resistant to the idea despite evidence from the US Military , US Forestry Commission , NASA and assorted independent studies. Now after years of sitting on the fence over the issue, the American Meteorological Society has released its official position on climate change, and they say that the Earth is indeed warming as an effect of human activity. Read the rest of American Meteorological Society Finally Takes a Stance On Climate Change Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: american meteorological society , Climate Change , cold , Drought , extreme weather , global warming , heat , Hurricane , independent study , rising sea levels , united states , us climate change , weather

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