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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

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

perspective...its just a thin line between us and the infinite

A Tale of 2 Worlds: Nations Collide on Climate Change (Op-Ed) ~ climate change, global warming, poverty, wealth

Excellent 7 minute video from Yale Climate Connections, Peter Sinclair and scientist Jason Box explaining the accelerating ice loss in Greenland.

Excellent 7 minute video from Yale Climate Connections, Peter Sinclair and scientist Jason Box explaining the accelerating ice loss in Greenland.

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.

Measuring The Economic Cost Of Climate Change.

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

David Attenborough

If i could invite three people, living or dead to a dinner party. David would be there. And Wiggo. The third place is up for competition.

Leaked climate report: Ten nuggets worth noting: The latest review of climate science from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), though not finalized, is making the rounds.  The prevailing headline is that the panel is more certain than ever that most of the warming observed in recent decades is human-caused.  It’s level of certainty has increased from at least 90 percent in 2007 to at least 95 percent in the new report.

Leaked climate report: Ten nuggets worth noting

Some preliminary findings from the draft of the latest IPCC climate change assessment are very interesting.

~ IPCC: Climate Change Felt 'On All Continents And Across The Oceans'

IPCC: Climate Change Felt 'On All Continents And Across The Oceans'

It’s come to light that China has been burning up to 17 percent more coal than its Government has previously claimed — pumping up to 1 billion more tons of carbon than expected into the atmosphere every year.

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

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.

U.N. report: Climate Change: Caused by humans

report: Climate Change: Caused by humans

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

The countries most likely to survive climate change in one infographic

The countries most likely to survive climate change in one infographic

Countries most likely to survive climate change Business Insider. Map showing the level of risk for different countries. Poor and undeveloped countries, unfortunately, will suffer most.

Hundreds of Belizeans gathered on Sergeant's Caye, November 2010, to form a human banner to send a message to the COP UN Climate Change meeting in Cancun - "We formed the words 'The End?' with a question mark. So if we don't change some fundamental aspect of the way that we run the planet, the business as usual scenarios in the climate change IPPC reports, business as usual will see the end of coral reefs by the end of this century."

Hundreds of Belizians and international supporters gather on an island to form a message on the Barr. - REUTERS/Lou Dematteis/Spectral Q/Handout

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