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  DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES DAVID Y. IGE GOVERNOR SUZANNE D. CASE CHAIRPERSON   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 6, 2016   FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON SEA LEVEL RISE ADAPTATION SCHEDULED People Encouraged to Attend O‘ahu Session to Provide Comment & Input HONOLULU-The Department of Land and Natural Resources will hold its first public ...
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CO2.Earth makes it easy for you and other people around the world to track key planetary changes as they happen.  Visit CO2.Earth at your convenience to get the latest readings for atmospheric CO2, global temperature, global emissions, and pH in seawater. This citizen-launched website saves you and other interested citizens from needing to figure out where ...
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It’s a treaty like no other, that will transform the world economy – if 195 nations can agree at COP21, that is By Ed King, Climate Change News. 13 November 2015 Representatives of nearly 200 governments will descend on Paris for the first two weeks of December, aiming to thrash out a deal to tackle climate change. ...
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In the lead-up to 21st meeting of the Conference of Parties (COP 21), 10 countries have come from behind to make marked progress in their ability to withstand the shocks and stresses of climate change, while five are distinctly less resilient, according to data released Tuesday (Nov. 17) by the University of Notre Dame Global ...
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WASHINGTON — The Senate voted on Tuesday to block President Obama’s tough new climate change regulations, hoping to undermine his negotiating authority before a major international climate summit meeting in Paris this month. The Senate resolution, which passed 52 to 46, would scuttle a rule that would significantly cut heat-trapping carbon emissions from existing coal-fired ...
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by Justin Gillis and Clifford Krauss New York Times Nov 5. 2015 The New York attorney general has begun an investigation of Exxon Mobil to determine whether the company lied to the public about the risks of climate change or to investors about how such risks might hurt the oil business. According to people with ...
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Ending poverty and addressing climate change are the two defining issues of our time. Both are essential to achieving sustainable global development. But they cannot be considered in isolation. This report brings together these two overarching objectives and explores how they can be more easily achieved if considered together. It demonstrates the urgency of efforts ...
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Associated Press. November 8, 2015. Scientists at a research center on Coconut Island have embarked on an experiment to grow “super coral” that they hope can withstand the hotter and more acidic oceans that are expected with global warming. The quest to grow the hearty coral comes at a time when researchers are warning about the ...
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Kiribati Climate Change Relocation Refugee Crisis? Sinking Low-Lying Island Nations In Pacific, Indian Oceans Seeking Solutions Before It’s Too Late By Lydia Tomkiw October 11 2015 8:10 AM EDT Even though battling climate change was added as one of the new sustainable-development goals during the recent session of the United Nations General Assembly, the organization’s definition of a ...
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New report finds human-caused climate change increased the severity of many extreme events in 2014 November 5, 2015 Human activities, such as greenhouse gas emissions and land use, influenced specific extreme weather and climate events in 2014, including tropical cyclones in the central Pacific, heavy rainfall in Europe, drought in East Africa, and stifling heat ...
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