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By Robert Scribbler “The IPCC indicated in its fourth assessment report that achieving a 2 C target would mean stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at around 445 to 490 ppm CO2 equivalent or lower. Higher levels would substantially increase the risks of harmful and...

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Climate change is badly degrading coral reefs far from human settlements. Cover photo-ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies / Terry Hughes The outlook for the world's coral reefs "keeps getting gloomier," according to the authors of a new study which shows that reefs far from...

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By Rachael Bale PUBLISHED July 12, 2016 A new analysis of satellite imagery shows extensive coral reef damage in the South China Sea for the first time. Cover Photograph by John McManus -Giant clam poachers left this reef left broken and barren. More than 40 square miles (104...

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By Laura Parker PUBLISHED July 14, 2016 Underground water is being pumped so aggressively around the globe that land is sinking, civil wars are being waged, and agriculture is being transformed. Cover Photograph by Manish Swarup, AP--A shepherd drinks water on the dry bed of Manjara Dam,...

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By Brian Clark Howard PUBLISHED July 18, 2016 More than 800,000 volunteers pitched in to help the country fight climate change. Volunteers plant trees in Allahabad, India, on July 11, as part of an effort to restore 50 million trees in a day. Cover Photograph by...

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By WILLIAM J. BROADJUNE 20, 2016 SCIENCE By NATALIA V. OSIPOVA 1:00Mysterious Rite of Reproduction Mysterious Rite of Reproduction Watch corals in their procreative dance, a spectacular event that happens once a year after a full moon. By NATALIA V. OSIPOVA on Publish Date June 20, 2016. Cover Photo by Courtesy of Emma...

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By Dr. Mercola The Chinese Loess Plateau regeneration project proves that in a mere decade, a community can transform a desert landscape into a lush, thriving landscape capable of producing abundant amounts of food Floods, mudslides, droughts and famines are not inevitable. They’re the result...

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By William Sosinsky June 20th 2016 Steven Lee is on a mission. Unlike other 23 year olds who spend their time going out with friends or starting a new job, Steven is setting out to change the minds and attitudes of his countrymen about climate change....

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By Graham Readfearn Wednesday 8 June 2016  Cover Photograph: Essential Media Policies and rhetoric around the Great Barrier Reef have rarely matched reality as the natural wonder suffers under the stress of pollution Coral bleaching at Loomis Reef, off Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. In late November...

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By John Hood June 20, 2016 In Paris this past year, 190 met and discussed Climate Change and what their countries were prepared to do to combat it. How does this meeting affect you, the average citizen or me? So there is more CO2 in the air,...

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