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Scientists are warning that death rates linked to climate change will increase in several European countries over the next 60 years.
Europeans face greater risk of illness, property damage and job losses because of the impacts of climate change on the seas around them.
In an article in the current issue of the journal Climatic Change Letters, Boston University researchers have estimated the impact near-term increases in global-mean temperatures will have on summertime temperatures in the U.S. and around the globe.
While concern over climate change has risen since 2009, the world has become increasingly worried over more immediate problems, including job security, clean water, and other economic and environmental issues.
Carbon dioxide remains the undisputed king of recent climate change, but other greenhouse gases measurably contribute to the problem.
The United Nations persistently continues to struggle to forge an international accord on climate change issues as the problem continues to pose major threats to the future of peace and security, a senior UN official warned on Wednesday.
William F. Stewart, a partner at Nelson Levine de Luca & Horst, will be a featured speaker on climate change related issues at the American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition in August. Blue Bell, PA (PRWEB) July 06, 2011 William F.
A United Nations report released Tuesday calls for fast action on reducing emissions of black carbon, ground level ozone and methane to help limit near term global temperature rise preventing the Earth from overheating.
How do intense droughts and extreme flooding coexist together? Welcome to the â€œNew Normalâ€ of regional weather fueled by changes in global climate.
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