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Carbon Dioxide levels set a high of 400ppm in Antarctica

Carbon Dioxide levels set a high of 400ppm in Antarctica Continue reading

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Human activity continues to upsets the natural balance of our atmosphere – says the World Meteorological Organization

Human activity continues to upsets the natural balance of our atmosphere – says the World Meteorological Organization Continue reading

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Signs of “new normal” in Earth’s climate apparent in hot 2012

Signs of “new normal” in Earth’s climate apparent in hot 2012 Continue reading

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Greenhouse gases hit threshold unseen in 3,000,000 years

Greenhouse gases hit threshold unseen in 3,000,000 years. Congress takes another vacation. Continue reading

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Fracking without water! Shale gas production in arid regions

Fracking without water! Shale gas production in arid regions Continue reading

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Warming Arctic permafrost adds fuel to climate change worries

Warming Arctic permafrost adds fuel to climate change worries. Continue reading

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Ionic liquid catalyst helps turn industrial emissions into fuel

Ionic liquid catalyst helps turn industrial emissions into fuel Continue reading

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Where was all that CO₂ stored at the end of the Ice Age?

Where was all that CO₂ stored at the end of the Ice Age? Continue reading

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Feed yard greenhouse gas study begins

Greenhouse gases from cattle feed lots to be studied. Continue reading

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Two million people endangered by poison gas from African lake

Which is worse? Stable chemistry or a stable home life? Continue reading

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