User: newstrust Topic: Global Warming
Category: Global warming
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2017 was among the planet's hottest years on record, government scientists report 18.1.2018 Washington Post
The results make the past four years the hottest period in the government's 138-year archive.
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Motion-activated cameras capture animals being wild, weird 18.1.2018 AP National
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- How does a bighorn sheep say "cheese?"...
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Strategies to make 2018 your best wine year ever 18.1.2018 LA Times: Commentary

It’s another year, another occasion to make this year your best year in wine. While the calamitous state of the world — fire, flood, mud, political tumult — may compel one to emphasize quantity rather than quality, it’s probably better to attend to what goes into the glass rather than how much....

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Hidden cameras help scientists study elusive wildlife 18.1.2018 AP National
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- How does a bighorn sheep say "cheese?"...
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Hidden cameras offer unique glimpse of animals in the wild 18.1.2018 AP National
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- How does a bighorn sheep say "cheese?"...
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Climate scientists say they may be able to rule out the worst-case scenarios — and the best ones 18.1.2018 Washington Post
Climate scientists say they may be able to rule out the worst-case scenarios — and the best ones
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The Energy 202: Los Angeles contemplates its own climate suit, too 16.1.2018 Washington Post: Politics
Democrats think they have found a winning political strategy.
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Administration of Denial: Trump's Shock and Awe Attack on the Environment 16.1.2018 Truthout.com
President Donald Trump signs a Presidential Proclamation shrinking Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City, Utah, December 4, 2017. (Photo: Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images) The administration of Donald J. Trump, starting with the president himself, is populated by deniers of human-caused climate disruption in all the key positions. For those of us concerned about runaway climate disruption, this regime, with its denial of the greatest existential threat to humanity (alongside nuclear war), has become our worst enemy. Support your favorite writers by making sure we can keep publishing them! Make a donation to Truthout to ensure independent journalism survives. President Donald Trump signs a Presidential Proclamation shrinking Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City, Utah, December 4, 2017. (Photo: Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images) It's no secret that Donald Trump, someone who would ...
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Every time Donald Trump has fought with athletes 13.1.2018 Washington Post
Every time Donald Trump has fought with athletes
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Global warming will expose millions more to floods 11.1.2018 The Moderate Voice

Global warming is expected to unleash more rain, exposing millions more people to river flooding particularly in the United States and parts of Asia, Africa and central Europe, researchers said Wednesday. The study in the journal Science Advances calculates how much more flood protection will be needed to keep the risks of high-end floods constant [...]

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The Energy 202: New York steps up legal fight against ExxonMobil 11.1.2018 Washington Post: Politics
There's a gathering legal storm on climate change.
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US cold snap was a freak of nature, quick analysis finds 11.1.2018 AP National
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Consider this cold comfort: A quick study of the brutal American cold snap found that the Arctic blast really wasn't global warming but a freak of nature....
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New York City sues Shell, ExxonMobil and other oil companies for damages from climate change 11.1.2018 Washington Post
The legal strategy has been already embraced by several California cities and counties, but prior suits seeking to blame companies for their role in causing climate change have floundered.
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NYC sues, divests from oil firms over climate change 10.1.2018 AP Business
NEW YORK (AP) -- New York City sued five major oil companies, claiming they have contributed to global warming, on the same day officials announced they will sell off billions in fossil fuel investments from the city's pension funds....
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Court cases from coordinated 2016 pipeline protest delayed 10.1.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Eleven activists with the group Climate Direct Action were arrested on Oct. 11, 2016, when they tried to either shut down pipelines in North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana and Washington state or film the attempts.
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China, France promise cooperation on climate, security 9.1.2018 AP Business
BEIJING (AP) -- The presidents of China and France promised closer cooperation Tuesday on climate, counter-terrorism and other issues as their governments try to gain influence in a shifting global political landscape....
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Changing minds on climate change 9.1.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Politics
What prompts someone to change their mind about climate change?
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Saving the world with carbon dioxide removal 9.1.2018 Washington Post: Op-Eds
Saving the world with carbon dioxide removal
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Getting to 350: What It Will Take to Fix Global Warming 6.1.2018 Truthout - All Articles
In 2017, scientists for the first time spelled out what it will take to curb global warming this century -- and curbing fossil fuels will no longer suffice. To bring current levels of CO2 down to 350 parts per million, we also need to find ways to extract billions of tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it somewhere forever. An international day of action on climate change brought hundreds of thousands onto the streets of New York on September 21, 2014.  (Photo: Tony Savino / Corbis via Getty Images) Truthout is your go-to source for news about the most critical issues of our time. If you want to see more stories like this one, make a tax-deductible donation today! In 2017, scientists for the first time spelled out what it will take for civilization to survive global warming. Simply ending the use of fossil fuels isn't going to do it; we must also extract billions of tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere and store it somewhere forever. The world has been edging toward this ...
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Will global warming affect winter storms? It already has. 5.1.2018 Washington Post
Will global warming affect winter storms? It already has.
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