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One year on, the world's largest beach clean-up still fighting the plastic tide

One year on, the world's largest beach clean-up still fighting the plastic tide

Rocks record Totten Glacier's rapid retreat history. Unchecked climate change could put Antarctica's huge Totten Glacier into an unstable configuration over the coming centuries, a study has warned. If that happens, the ice loss could push up global oceans by 2m, or more. The claim is based on an assessment of the rocks underlying the ice stream. Scientists tell the journal Nature that should the front of the glacier retreat about 150km from its current position, it will then enter a runaway…

Totten Glacier may face 'rapid retreat'

Antarctica: Melting of Totten Glacier Could Cause Sea Levels to Rise by At Least 6 Feet, Study Says. Scientists say the Totten Glacier could cross a point of no return within the next century, releasing vast amounts of water.

6 amazing plastic bans from around the world!

6 amazing plastic bans from around the world

The Best Responses To Trump's Paris Climate Deal Pullout, And What You Can Do - http://modernfarmer.com/2017/06/best-responses-trumps-paris-climate-deal-pullout-can/?utm_source=PN&utm_medium=Pinterest&utm_campaign=SNAP%2Bfrom%2BModern+Farmer

U.S. Leaders Respond to Trump's Paris Climate Deal Pullout, and What You Can Do

Leaders Respond to Trump's Paris Climate Deal Pullout, and What You Can Do - Modern Farmer

Climate Change, Environment

In the waterlogged Netherlands, climate change is considered neither a hypothetical nor a drag on the economy. Instead, it’s an opportunity.

The Dutch Have Solutions to Rising Seas. The World Is Watching.

In the waterlogged Netherlands, climate change is considered neither a hypothetical nor a drag on the economy. Instead, it’s an opportunity.

@cleantechnica  Possible Trump Science Adviser Calls Climate Scientists “Glassy Eyed Cult”  So U R saying gray cells MIA?

IUCN report warns that ‘truly staggering’ rate of warming is changing the behaviour of marine species, reducing fishing zones and spreading disease - The Guardian.

Changing Our Climate of Indifference: Why should things that happen half a world away matter to us? Our link to their misery is simple: The United States has arguably benefited more from industrialization and greenhouse gas emissions than any other nation on earth. People in these far-flung places are suffering for it. That won't matter to some people, so I'll add this: Violence, instability, and disease don't have borders.

Changing Our Climate of Indifference: A new scientific report predicts more dire and irreversible consequences of the climate crisis than ever before, and it's time for journalists to be truthful about how serious it is.

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“We’re the last generation that can save the planet for the future generations. RT if you agree with

If we can't make dramatic changes with regards to ‪#‎climate‬ policies, we have to invest more in adaptation measures for those living in extreme ‪#‎poverty‬. ‪#‎Happonomy‬

World Bank: Climate change could put 100 million more people in poverty by 2030

World Bank warns climate change could add 100 million poor by 2030

2016-03-25:  Donald Trump expressed views about climate change totally out of step with the science.

Donald Trump’s unsettling nonsense on weather and climate

CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers' views on climate change have evolved over the years, and he no longer considers himself a "skeptic.

Overview of climate change influence on political instability in some countries - The Arab Spring and Climate Change - Think Progress

The Center for Climate & Security « Exploring The Security Risks of Climate Change

World Water Day research finds 44% of coal plants, and 45% of planned coal power plants, in areas of water stress

Coal plants use as much water as 1 billion people and consumption set to double: report

World Water Day research finds of coal plants, and of planned coal power plants, in areas of water stress

A girl stands on an ice floe, Alaska, United States of America

Climate change is altering global air currents – increasing droughts, heatwaves and floods Massive loops in the Arctic jetstream that have a major impact on our weather show a 'clear fingerprint of human activity'

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NYC, Paris eclipse poorer mega-cities' spend on climate defences

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