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concern on climate change doesn't necessarily mean people will change all aspects of their lives. A substantial proportion of respondents said they were unlikely to cut down on how much they fly (31 per cent) or reduce how much meat (41 per cent) and dairy (53 per cent) they eat. | Percentage of environmental actions that respondents say they are prepared/not prepared to take, shown separately for respondents who agree/disagree that humans contribute to climate change. Source: Chatham House.

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Prince Charles, who has campaigned for years to reduce global warming,  labels   climate change deniers the 'headless chicken brigade'

Prince Charles: climate change deniers are 'headless chickens'

Prince Charles: climate change deniers are 'headless chickens' Prince Charles, who has campaigned for years to reduce global warming, labels climate change deniers the 'headless chicken brigade'

"How Many Gigatons of Carbon Dioxide ...?" lays out the perils and potential effects of our global CO2 habit - and the urgency to balance our "carbon budget". By Information is Beautiful as published via The Guardian.

How Many Gigatons of Carbon Dioxide? The Information is Beautiful guide to Doha

A Hotter Planet is in the Pipeline - If you want to construct a simple, suitable-for-casual-conversation argument in favor of the Keystone XL Pipeline, you probably already know everything you need. The ideas are easy to grasp, and th…

I just joined the People’s Climate Movement in a national day of local action around the U.S. on Oct. 14. Please sign up at It’s time to demand bold action on climate from our leaders. #peoplesclim...

TO CHANGE EVERYTHING, WE NEED EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE.

Will you help create the biggest climate march the world has ever seen? Join us at the People's Climate Marches, November

You've Heard About This Problem With Our Trees, But Do You Really Know How Big It Is?

You've Heard About This Problem With Our Trees, But Do You Really Know How Big It Is?

Earth: ~ Deforestation: Our Disappearing Woodlands. You've Heard About This Problem With Our Trees, But Do You Really Know How Big It Is?

Which climate change papers made the biggest splash in the news and online? | Carbon Brief

Which climate change papers made the biggest splash in the news and online?

The Countries Most Likely To Survive Climate Change In One Infographic  Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/climate-change-infographic-2015-1#ixzz3Q5gx06Ak

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.

Which are the most "cited" climate change papers? Carbon Brief analyses which papers have had the biggest impact in the academic world, and who wrote them.

More Than 100 Ski Areas Sign Climate Declaration, Calling for U.S. Policy Action on Climate Change

More Than 100 Ski Areas Sign Climate Declaration, Calling for U. Policy Action on Climate Change

Climate Conference in Melbourne, Australia, on 21-22 June: Breakthrough |  National Climate Restoration Forum 2014 -> Emergency response level. One of the keynote speakers will be Jamila Raqib on How to start a climate revolution » Find out more: www.breakthrough2014.org

Climate Conference in Melbourne, Australia, on 21-22 June: Breakthrough | National Climate Restoration Forum 2014 -> Emergency response level. One of the keynote speakers will be Jamila Raqib on How to start a climate revolution » Find out more: www.breakthrough2014.org

Can you make a simple, eye-catching graphic about climate change without compromising on the science?...

Can you make a simple, eye-catching graphic about climate change without compromising on the science?

The world’s oceans, coastal seas, estuaries, and many rivers and lakes are experiencing declines in dissolved oxygen. Long known as an issue associated with sewage discharges and fertilizer runoff, the problem now is exacerbated by climate change, often independent of nutrient loads, and is global in scale.

The ocean is losing its breath - and climate change is making it worse

Warming ocean waters due to climate change are losing oxygen, threatening the health of fish and of ecosystems.

Infographic: Extinction risk from climate change. By Rosamund Pearce for Carbon Brief.

Climate change threatens one in six species with extinction, study finds

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Nuclear stations at risk: Impacts of climate and water resources change on annual average usable capacity of existing traditional and hydro- power stations

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