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Methane Levels Increasing Dramatically Methane levels in the atmosphere are increasing again after 9 years of

By Methane

Methane levels in the atmosphere are increasing again after 9 years of no increase. Decreasing agricultural methane releases over the last decade have resulted in flat methane concentrations in the atmosphere.  But it is suspected that increasing industrialization in Asia and recent melting of permafrost releasing frozen methane has caused these emissions to begin rising…

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New Mega Report: Climate Change: Faster, Stronger, Sooner

By summary

The opening sentence of the report: "Scientific research on climate change and its impacts published since the deadline for the latest assessment report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is revealing that global warming is accelerating, at times far beyond IPCC 2007 forecasts." The mega report is a compilation of 37 publications and…

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UK Protesters Cleared of Charges

By Misc

The environmental protesters that painted Gordon (i.e. Prime minister) on the coal fired power plant smokestack in England were cleared of charges of damage to the power plant. The ruling declares that the protesters were "legally justified because they were trying to prevent climate change causing greater damage to property around the world." This is…

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Natural Warming VP Candidate

By Deniers and Delayers

John McCain’s choice for Vice President, 2-year governor of Alaska Sarah Palin, previous experience was as Mayor of Wasilla, AK, population 8,000.  Palin is for offshore drilling, for drilling in ANWR and believes that Arctic warming is natural.  She has sued the Secretary of the Interior to reverse the listing of the polar bear as…

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More Heat in the Arctic

By Uncategorized

Five of the last ice shelves along the Arctic coast of Ellesmere island in northern Canada have shrunk by 23% this summer.  Scientists say that the impact of warm temperatures this year is staggering. Ten times more ice was lost this year than was forecasted. The high temperature reached 67.5 degrees, 21.5 degrees warmer than…

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