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Geoinformación: Mapa de Inundaciones causadas por el Calentamiento Global

Geoinformación: Mapa de Inundaciones causadas por el Calentamiento Global

The unprecedented drop in global sea ice, in one terrifying gif This could be what a global warming tipping point looks like

The unprecedented drop in global sea ice, in one terrifying gif This could be what a global warming tipping point looks like

The world’s oceans, coastal seas, estuaries, and many rivers and lakes are experiencing declines in dissolved oxygen. Long known as an issue associated with sewage discharges and fertilizer runoff, the problem now is exacerbated by climate change, often independent of nutrient loads, and is global in scale.

The ocean is losing its breath - and climate change is making it worse

Warming ocean waters due to climate change are losing oxygen, threatening the health of fish and of ecosystems.

The computer program, which accurately modeled past sea levels for the first time, predicts up to three feet of sea level rise from Antarctica by 2100.

Climate Model Predicts West Antarctic Ice Sheet Could Melt Rapidly

The computer program, which accurately modeled past sea levels for the first time, predicts up to three feet of sea level rise from Antarctica by

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A graphic refutation of "The climate has always been changing"

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is taking unprecedented steps to block climate action. But while his efforts can’t save the coal industry, which is “dead man walking,” he can make it much harder for Americans to save ourselves from Dust-Bowlification and the loss of our coastal cities.

In Radical Shift, GOP Leaders Actively Embrace Catastrophic Climate Change

Inside Climate published some new revelations about one of the world’s biggest oil companies: that scientists working for Exxon knew about climate change as early

Exxon Advertised Against Climate Change for Decades After Top Executives Knew Burning Fossil Fuels Would Warm the Planet

GISTEMP-July 2015

NASA reports this was the hottest July on record. So we are now in “bet the mortgage” territory that 2015 will be the hottest year in NASA’s temperature record.

Nations should be considering the potential impact of temperature rises of much as 4°C (7.2 Fahrenheit), said Robert Watson, former head of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. T: 2°C, IPCC

Nations should be considering the potential impact of temperature rises of much as Fahrenheit), said Robert Watson, former head of the U. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. T: IPCC

Picture of the Vattenfall AG lignite coal power plant in Jaenschwalde, Germany.

Climate Mission Impossible say Scientists. Need to forgo a third of its oil reserves and half of its gas emissions by

Scientists say that once they correct for the cooling effect of 1991's Mount Pinatubo eruption, sea level rise is accelerating.

Seas aren’t just rising, scientists say — it’s worse than that. They’re speeding up.

miami coastline: scientists predict that, even if all carbon emissions magically ceased tomorrow, miami beach will be underwater in the near future. [please feel free to fix the label under "location" to read "miami, florida" if you know how!

Like a broken record, we are breaking records for temperature over and over and over again. NOAA’s latest monthly State of the Climate Report reports that the Earth just experienced the hottest August on record, the hottest summer (June to August) on record, and the hottest year to date.

Like a broken record, we are breaking records for temperature over and over and over again. NOAA’s latest monthly State of the Climate Report reports that the Earth just experienced the hottest…

Gauis Publius: North Pole 50 Degrees Warmer Than Normal in December | naked capitalism

Gauis Publius: North Pole 50 Degrees Warmer Than Normal in December

Are grazing animals destroying the planet? They're confused alright! - Wilderculture

Are grazing animals destroying the planet? They're confused alright!

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