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6 Part Series "Did Climate Change Just Hit Home? Ann Curry Reports. {Video}" via myEARTH360 blog

A new International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) report, Explaining ocean warming: causes, scale, effects and consequences, sets out the most recent and comprehensive review to date on this topic and shows a complex story of change in the ocean. This change is underway, often already locked in for many decades to come and has already begun to impact people's lives.

Catholic officials announced on Tuesday plans for a landmark climate change-themed conference to be hosted at the Vatican later this month, the latest in Pope Francis’ faith-rooted campaign to raise awareness about global warming.

Fossil fuel global warming threatens our forests! See http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/34853-the-beetles-eighty-nine-million-acres-of-abrupt-climate-chang

Extreme weather events of 2015: Is climate change to blame? - See more at: http://www.rtcc.org/2015/08/21/extreme-weather-events-of-2015-is-climate-change-to-blame/#sthash.XIJWadNM.dpuf

Miami Underwater

The New Yorker: According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, sea levels could rise by more than three feet by the end of this century. The United States Army Corps of Engineers projects that they could rise by as much as five feet; the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts up to six and a half feet. According to Hal Wanless, the chairman of the University of Miami’s geological-sciences department, these projections are probably low.

Half of Weather Disasters Linked to Climate Change

Half of Weather Disasters Linked to Climate Change Human-caused changes in climate played a role in 14 of 28 storms, droughts, and other 2014 extreme weather events investigated by global scientists. Picture of snowstorm Nepal

Artist Isaac Cordal's Incredible Tiny Sculptures Offer a Chilling View of Climate Change

Artist Issac Cordal offers us a new perspective on these issues through his provocative series of tiny cement sculptures that challenge our views of society. Thoughtfully arranged without the need for exposition, these miniaturized scenes are often arranged as site-specific street art interventions.