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Performance index released at Lima climate talks puts Denmark in the best-performing slot, followed by Sweden and Britain. While “No one sucks on climate change like Australia, mate” | Grist / The Guardian

No one sucks on climate change like Australia, mate

Global Temperature Hits 11th Straight Month of Record Highs -- KingstoneInvestmentsGroup.com

Global Temperature Hits Straight Month of Record Highs

A Climate Alarm, Too Muted for Some. The New York Times has a must-read article on how and why the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change “seems to be bending over backward to be scientifically conservative” in its forthcoming assessment... http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/10/science/a-climate-alarm-too-muted-for-some.html

A Climate Alarm, Too Muted for Some

A Climate Alarm, Too Muted for Some. Who could blame the panel if it wound up erring on the side of scientific conservatism? Yet most citizens surely want something else from the group: an unvarnished analysis of the risks they face.

Experts are concerned about mental health issues linked to climate change, with studies showing a rise in factors such as depression, anxiety and aggression when people experience severe weather events.

Climate change will threaten mental health, experts say

A few investigations find that it can reduce symptoms of anxiety as adequately as doctor prescribed medications.

Evidence Shows Global Heat May Be Hiding in Oceans - Far below the surface, the waters of south-east Asia are heating up. A region of the Pacific is now warming at least 15 times faster than at any time in the last 10,000 years. If this finding – so far limited to the depths where the Pacific and Indian Oceans wash into each other – is true for the blue planet as a whole, then the questions of climate change take on a new urgency.

Evidence Shows Global Heat May Be Hiding in Oceans

A new survey found 77 percent of doctors believe climate change is negatively affecting the health of their patients.

7 Out of 10 Doctors Call Air Pollution Top Climatic Health Threat

A new survey found 77 percent of doctors believe climate change is negatively affecting the health of their patients.

An Undeniable Link: Glacial Melt and Man-Made Climate Change

While a number of our politicians continue to deny man-made climate change is a reality, new figures reveal that human-caused climate warming is the single

Report urges health care industry to prepare for climate change | The Rundown | PBS NewsHour

Report urges health care industry to prepare for climate change

Report urges health care industry to prepare for climate change | The Rundown | PBS NewsHour

On Tuesday, September 27, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will hear oral argument on the Clean Power Plan, which provides for the first-ever federal carbon pollution limits on our nation's electric power plants.

On Tuesday, September the U. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will hear oral argument on the Clean Power Plan, which provides for the first-ever federal carbon pollution limits on our nation's electric power plants.

Measuring The Economic Cost Of Climate Change.

The Cost of Doing Nothing: The Economist Looks At How Climate Change Threatens Our Economy...

Want Cheaper Alternatives to Fossil Fuels? Tax the Product That's Actually Causing the Harm | Rob Shirkey

Want Cheaper Alternatives to Fossil Fuels? Tax the Product That's Actually Causing the Harm

The North Pole, the northernmost point on Earth, has inspired human imagination, scientific exploration and political conflict for decades.

The North Pole: Location, Weather, Exploration … and Santa

North Pole under water! A picture of a buoy anchored near a remote webcam at the North Pole shows a melt water lake surrounding the camera on July

Global heat accumulation from Nuccitelli et al. (2012)

The 5 stages of climate denial are on display ahead of the IPCC report

The five stages of climate change denial are on display ahead of the IPCC report. Global heat accumulation from Nuccitelli et al.

Helicopters drop water on the Blue Creek wildfire as it burns near Walla Walla, Wash., July 22, 2015. Officials warn about the potential for even more catastrophe in the months ahead, as drought, heat and climate change leave the landscape ever thirstier. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times)

The New Climate "Normal": Abrupt Sea Level Rise and Predictions of Civilization Collapse

From 2020 onwards, the predicted increase in drought frequency is estimated to cost Australia $7.3 billion annually, reducing the nation’s GDP by 1% per year. | ‘Climate Change 2015: Growing Risks, Critical Choices’ - published by Climate Council

From 2020 onwards, the predicted increase in drought frequency is estimated to cost Australia $7.3 billion annually, reducing the nation’s GDP by 1% per year. | ‘Climate Change 2015: Growing Risks, Critical Choices’ - published by Climate Council

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