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Climate Change Indicators - Rate of Temperature Change in the United States, 1901-2012

EPA: "Color-coded map showing how average air temperatures changed across the United States from 1901 to

Climatologist: When Souped-Up Ocean Warming Ends, Global Temperatures Look Set To Rise Rapidly - The Energy Collective

"It is a greater change than we could even imagine 20 years ago, even 10 years ago. And it has taken us by surprise and we must adjust our understanding of the system and we must adjust our science and we must adjust our feeling for the nature around us." -Dr. Kim Holmen #climatesilence

Kim Holmen, international director of the Norwegian Polar Institute

Today, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released it's Assessment Report. Researchers are more certain than ever before that.

Stealing From the Rich:     5 Ideas from the Most Successful People You Can Take Today

Stealing From the Rich: 5 Ideas from the Most Successful People You Can Take Today

Scientists say that 350 parts per million CO2 in the atmosphere is the safe limit for humanity.

CRAWL SNAP PIN: This visual shows how much carbon emissions we need to reduce to be in a stable and safe environment. Clearly this will be challenging to obtain.

Go moms! Biologist and cancer survivor Sandra Steingraber discussed climate change and toxic chemicals with Bill Moyers during her appearance on Moyers & Company. http://www.alternet.org/activism/bill-moyers-mothers-war-against-toxic-trespassers?paging=off #climatechange

Biologist and cancer survivor Sandra Steingraber discussed climate change and toxic chemicals with Bill Moyers during her appearance on Moyers & Company.

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