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Upcoming Weather Could Cause ‘Dramatic Rise’ In Temperatures

A global view of an El Nino: the red area in the eastern Pacific is the heated mass of water that develops into an El Nino. El Nino Could Cause ‘Dramatic Rise’ In Temperatures says the UN’s World Meteorological Organization, reports Ed King … Continue reading

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Climate Change Can Trigger Conflicts – Study

Historically, climate shifts are occasionally identified as triggers for conflicts, such as the 1789 French Revolution, for example, by wrecking harvests and driving hungry peasants to the city. But now a recent study published in the journal Nature concludes that … Continue reading

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Even More Extreme Weather Predicted This Winter and 2012

One characteristic of our changing climate is that while the Earth is heating up slowly, both the frequency and wildness of our extreme weather is increasing, noted Fred Heutte of the Sierra Club recently. For example, look at ENSO, the … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Climate Change Reports Blog

Welcome to my blog.  Here you’ll find the Climate Change Reports — newscasts  being uploaded every weekday for those of you who want to keep updated with developments, both good and bad, related to climate change and global warming.  The … Continue reading

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