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Extracting fossil fuels in the politically controversial South China Sea would increase the rate of dangerous global warming.

Extracting fossil fuels in the politically controversial South China Sea would increase the rate of dangerous global warming.

While the warming rate has slowed in the past several years, the long-term trend clearly shows that we’re living on a warming planet.

While the warming rate has slowed in the past several years, the long-term trend clearly shows that we’re living on a warming planet.

Rock on!!  "To find the vanguard of climate education in the United States, keep an eye on four teachers in Maryland's Wicomico County public school district.   Using field trips, editorial cartoons, even parent objections, they're taking climate change far from the science classroom."

Rock on!! "To find the vanguard of climate education in the United States, keep an eye on four teachers in Maryland's Wicomico County public school district. Using field trips, editorial cartoons, even parent objections, they're taking climate change far from the science classroom."

Warming Winters: U.S. Temperature Trends - While the U.S. as a whole has seen a warming trend that has raised annual average temperatures by 1.3°F over the past 100 years, warming varies seasonally, and it’s winter that has seen the fastest warming.

Warming Winters: U.S. Temperature Trends - While the U.S. as a whole has seen a warming trend that has raised annual average temperatures by 1.3°F over the past 100 years, warming varies seasonally, and it’s winter that has seen the fastest warming.

The recent rash of deadly wildfires and record breaking high temperatures across the western United States indicates the country may be in the grips of an ‘angry summer’ made worse by climate change.

The recent rash of deadly wildfires and record breaking high temperatures across the western United States indicates the country may be in the grips of an ‘angry summer’ made worse by climate change.

A first of its kind NASA-backed study has demonstrated that the Amazon rainforest may actually be helping us in the fight against global warming by virtue of the amount of carbon dioxide it is able to hold onto.  The highly technical study, which was carried out over seven years and involved a number of universities from across the globe,

A first of its kind NASA-backed study has demonstrated that the Amazon rainforest may actually be helping us in the fight against global warming by virtue of the amount of carbon dioxide it is able to hold onto. The highly technical study, which was carried out over seven years and involved a number of universities from across the globe,

"Researchers think they've found a "gateway belief" that leads to greater science acceptance" (article/studies) (via Washington Post) (26 February 2015) In a new study ... "After being presented with the consensus message, people on average increased their estimate of the percentage of scientists who agree about climate change by 12.8 percent. And the paper further found that when people up their estimate of the percentage of scientists who accept that global warming is caused by humans…

"Researchers think they've found a "gateway belief" that leads to greater science acceptance" (article/studies) (via Washington Post) (26 February 2015) In a new study ... "After being presented with the consensus message, people on average increased their estimate of the percentage of scientists who agree about climate change by 12.8 percent. And the paper further found that when people up their estimate of the percentage of scientists who accept that global warming is caused by humans…

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