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The effects of climate change could alter sea snails' ability to make quick decisions, leaving them vulnerable to prey, research shows. Includes global warming info video, well worth watching. Keith.

The effects of climate change could alter sea snails' ability to make quick decisions, leaving them vulnerable to prey, research shows. Includes global warming info video, well worth watching. Keith.

A new report finds how climate impacts your mental health, water quality, and breathing.

The unexpected ways climate change harms your health

A new report finds how climate impacts your mental health, water quality, and breathing.

Sunspot science throws wrench in favorite climate denialism claim | Grist

Sunspot science throws wrench in favorite climate denialism claim

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What would actually happen if we stopped eating so much meat?

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Writers, Scientists, and Climate Experts Discuss How to Save the World from Climate Change

Writers, Scientists, and Climate Experts Discuss How to Save the World from Climate Change

A poll done in February 2015 is focused on the moral voices (religious) speaking out on climate change.  The pope is committed to speaking up.

Most Americans see combating climate change as a moral duty

A poll done in February 2015 is focused on the moral voices (religious) speaking out on climate change. The pope is committed to speaking up.

Rock Snot: is an algae bloom that looks like barf mixed with mucus. The most severe didymo bloom ever recorded in eastern Canada, photographed in the Duval River in 2013.

“Rock snot” is the grossest climate change effect we’ve ever seen

Rock Snot: is an algae bloom that looks like barf mixed with mucus. The most severe didymo bloom ever recorded in eastern Canada, photographed in the Duval River in 2013.

Scientists say mangroves, like this one in Hell’s Bay in Everglades National Park, can help combat climate change by storing carbon. They put the value of that storage in the park alone at between $2 billion to $3.4 billion.

Everglades mangroves might hold billion-dollar fix for climate change

Scientists say mangroves, like this one in Hell’s Bay in Everglades National Park, can help combat climate change by storing carbon. They put the value of that storage in the park alone at between $2 billion to $3.4 billion.

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