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Thinning Arctic sea ice lets in light, prompts algae bloom-study 29.3.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Climate change is stirring life in the Arctic Ocean as thinning sea ice lets in more sunlight, allowing microscopic algae to bloom in the inhospitable region around the North Pole, scientists said on Wednesday.
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Thinning Arctic sea ice lets in light, prompts algae bloom - study 29.3.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Climate change is stirring life in the Arctic Ocean as thinning sea ice lets in more sunlight, allowing microscopic algae to bloom in the inhospitable region around the North Pole, scientists said on Wednesday.
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A CEO conference underneath sea off Kovalam 29.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Event on April 10 to draw global attention on marine pollution and global warming
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US President Donald Trump signs executive order to roll back Obama-era climate change measures 29.3.2017 dnaindia3964
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Trump signs order to roll back Obama climate change measures 29.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Breaking News Rss Feeds
US President Donald Trump today signed an executive order to nullify his predecessor Barack Obama's climate change efforts, raising questions over America's leadership in the international campaign against global warming.Trump signed the order at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), keeping his campaign promise to support the coal industry. Trump said the order will "eliminate federal overreach" and "start a new era of production and job creation"."With today's executive action, I am taking historic steps to lift the restrictions on American energy, to reverse government intrusion and to
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Trump tosses Obama’s ‘clean’ energy plan, embraces coal 29.3.2017 World – The Indian Express
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US President Donald Trump signs executive order to roll back Obama-era climate change measures 29.3.2017 DNA: Popular News
Keeping up his campaign promise, US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to roll back his predecessor Barack Obama's climate change measures, a move slammed as "irresponsible" and "spiteful assault" by the Opposition and environmental groups. "With today's executive action, I am taking historic steps to lift the restrictions on American energy, to reverse government intrusion and to cancel job-killing regulations," Trump said after signing the order at the headquarters of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) yesterday. "My action today is the latest in the series of steps to create American jobs and to grow American wealth. We're ending the theft of American prosperity and rebuilding our beloved country," Trump said. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump strongly believed that protecting environment and "promoting our economy are not mutually exclusive goals." "This executive order will help to ensure that we have clean air and clean water without sacrificing economic ...
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Donald Trump signs order to rolls back Obama's climate change policies 29.3.2017 All International Stories
It also rescinds previous administration's actions that do not reflect his priorities
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US President Donald Trump tosses Barack Obama's 'clean' energy plan, embraces coal 29.3.2017 India Today| Must Read
Donald Trump has signed an executive order that he says will revive the coal industry and create jobs.
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Donald Trump to sign climate-change order 28.3.2017 thehansindia3902
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Staying cool ? Eliminating HCFCs 28.3.2017 thehansindia3918
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Donald Trump to sign climate-change order 28.3.2017 Free Press Journal: World
Washington: US President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Tuesday aimed at unravelling climate-change
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Iconic Jamaican beach vanishing as pollution, climate change take a toll 27.3.2017 The Tribune
KINGSTON: Hellshire Beach, one of Jamaica’s cultural icons, has appeared in countless documentaries, movies and travelogues about the island nation.
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Blaming everything on global warming 27.3.2017 thehansindia3920
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Namma Chennai diary: First signs of scorching summer are here already 27.3.2017
People may be starting to rehearse their summer lines already. It’s not the heat dear, “It’s the humidity”, or the converse “Much prefer Chennai’s wet heat and sweat to Bengaluru’s dry heat”, and so on. Truth to tell, a scorching summer is on the cards in the wake of the failed monsoons. The woes of the common Chennaiite only expanded with Vardah blowing through the heart of the city and downing thousands of the selfless shade giving trees. The stripping of the green cover might just lead to increased radiation and a more cruel summer ahead. The signs are ominous. The southern summer was one of the hottest on record with Australia literally hot enough for eggs to be fired on the bonnets of cars. Sydney, Adelaide and Perth wilted under 47 degree Celsius temperatures, fans got sold out, air conditioners strained the electricity grid and mayors were advising people to go to the movies to beat the heat or, better, take a swim in the ocean. Leave an air conditioned mall and the heat outside was hitting them ...
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Asia?s Water Politics Near the Boiling Point 26.3.2017 rssa.at
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Time to push credit for smart farming 24.3.2017 HBL: Home
Some reoriented practices will increase yields through enhanced productivity, improved resilience and reduced side effects
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Temperature drop led to mass extinction  24.3.2017 Environment News, Earth News, Global Warming, Wild Life, Carbon Trading, Climate Business, Climate Change & Pollution News
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Temperature drop led to mass extinction 35 million years ago 24.3.2017 DNA: Evolutions
Researchers from Australian National University (ANU) detected the mass extinction of pygopodoid geckos by using molecular evolutionary methods to examine fossil records.
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Coral reefs in hot water: study 24.3.2017
A spike in water temperature lasting only days bleached all the coral in a South China Sea atoll, and killed 40 per cent of the tiny organisms within weeks, researchers reported Thursday. The six degree Celsius (10.8 degrees Fahrenheit) surge at Dongsha Atoll in June 2015 was produced by a perfect storm of factors: the time of year, a record El Nino, and a rare lull in local winds and waves. Open ocean water temperature in the region was 2 C (3.6 F) above normal. The dramatic die-off shows what can happen to shallow-water reefs when global warming is amplified by short-term weather, the scientists warned. "The concern is that with a 2 C warming of the oceans, these weather anomalies will happen more often," said Anne Cohen, a researcher at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, and co-author of a study published in the journal Scientific Reports. "It could be every couple of years, even every year -- and completely knock out the reefs," Cohen told AFP. Bleached coral is susceptible to ...
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