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Richard Janda Contributed to The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Dec...AM EST In 2007, The Globe and Mail's Brian Gable drew a sadly prescient cartoon depicting two polar bears clinging to a lone piece of ice in the Arctic Ocean as prospectors went
For most of Oregon's history, the forests like the ones near Paul Nys' house were places where a landowner could get wealthy. Cultivated from seed, rows of trees were grown to a healthy middle age and then chopped down, buzzed into lumber at sawmills
Researchers have found proof for catastrophic oceanographic events linked with climate change and a mass extinction 375 million years ago that devastated tropical marine ecosystems. Professor Johnny Waters, who is a co-leader of the five-year, U.N.
Glaciologists found it in a set of ice cores drilled through a glacier on top of Mount Ortles, in the Italian Alps. It lay about 80 metres below the glacial surface, encased in solid ice, and carbon dating confirmed that it had blown from the
Farmers facing long periods of dry weather and floods have expressed hope that a new climate change adaptation initiative being rolled out in Tanzania and Malawi will spell an end to dismal crop yields. The Climate Services Adaptation Programme
More storage may be California's most important water issue Published: Monday, Dec. The release last week of detailed plans for building water tunnels beneath the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta touches off a legal and political battle that could take
Climate change impacts on small insect predator-prey interactions December 16, 2013 A University of Canterbury (UC) postgraduate scholarship-winning student is studying climate change impacts on small insects and their predator-prey interactions.
Auckland [ change ] Thunder Max 26° Min 15° Govt report projects massive increase in NZ emissions WWF New Zealand, Fuseworks December 16, 2013, 3:01 pm A New Zealand Government report to the UN on climate change shows that emissions are set to climb
As John Kerry's boat winds its way along the turbid waters of the Cai Nuoc river in Vietnam's Mekong Delta, the US Secretary of State is taken back to the time he spent here as a commander of an American patrol boat during the Vietnam War. But it is
Oxford in the UK which specialises in climate change communication. Whenever he can, Marshall tries to engage people in conversation about global warming: he finds it a tough task. I'm always casual about it after all, no one wants to find themselves