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  • Is global warming all over?

    The recent fall in global temperatures has led to increasing speculation that global warming is a thing of the past. Despite this fall, a look at global average temperatures reveals a different picture. It shows large variability in our climate year-on-year – warmer some years, cooler in others - but what is very clear is an underlying rise over the longer term, almost certainly caused by ...


    By The Met Office

  • The global warming potential of wheat

    Nitrous oxide concentrations in the earth’s atmosphere have increased since the industrial revolution. This is of concern as nitrous oxide contributes to global warming and the destruction of the ozone layer. It has 310 times the global warming potential of carbon dioxide and a lifespan of 120 years. Emissions from agricultural soils are considered to account for 70 to 80 percent of the increase. ...

  • Earth has warmed as usual, there is no slowdown of global warming

    Forget about the so-called “hiatus” in global warming. The planet’s average temperatures are notching up as swiftly now as they did 20 or 30 years ago. A team of US researchers has looked again not just at the data for the last 60 years but at how it has been collected, and done the sums again. They conclude, in the journal Science, that the “estimate for the ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Grundfos helps combat global warming

    For years, Grundfos has been committed to environmentally responsible production. We were the first to market an A-labelled pump, and our drive to discover even more effective solutions is continuously powering us forward. We are devoted to driving technological progress with innovative, superb quality products. Typically, existing pumps are D-labelled. Replacing them with new Grundfos A-labelled ...


    By Grundfos

  • Bangladesh expands despite global warming

    New data suggests that Bangladesh is getting bigger - in contrast to earlier predictions that much of the low-lying nation would sink because of rising sea levels due to climate change. According to specialists, more than 1 billion metric tonnes (MT) of sediment travels down the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers to the Bay of Bengal annually, much of which comes to rest along the southern ...


    By IRIN

  • Are sunspots prime suspects in global warming?

    (AXcess News) - It's a modern-day climate scuffle William Herschel would recognize. He should. He helped trigger it. In 1801, the eminent British astron­­omer reported that when sunspots dotted the sun's surface, grain prices fell. When sunspots waned, prices rose. He suggested that shifts in grain prices were a stand-in for shifts in climate. Large numbers of sunspots led to a ...


    By Axcess News

  • GDS International: Global Warming Scam?

    In the week that Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips announces, live on the BBC that Global Warming is a scam. GDS International speaks with Richard Tarboton for MeettheBoss.TV on his role as Head of Energy & Carbon for BT and what they are doing towards reducing carbon emissions.BT Operates in over 170 countries and is one of the world’s leading providers of communications solutions and ...


    By GDS International

  • An easier way to curb global warming

    A new study published in the journal Science says, slashing emissions of two short-term pollutants - methane and soot, also known as black carbon - would be beneficial to the climate, human health and agriculture. The climate debate has, up until now, been ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • The effect of global warming on eutrophication in lakes

    Shallow lakes are an important type of ecosystem that may be vulnerable to current warming trends. A recent study examines just how vulnerable they are. It indicates that climate change combined with nutrient pollution could exacerbate eutrophication and suggests nitrogen levels should be monitored. Shallow lakes are important in their support of biodiversity. However, their large ...

  • Global warming and sea level rise

    A new review analyzing three decades of research on the historic effects of melting polar ice sheets found that global sea levels have risen at least six meters, or about 20 feet, above present levels on multiple occasions over the past three million years. What is most concerning, scientists say, is that amount of melting was caused by an increase of only 1-2 degrees (Celsius) in ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Global warming to affect metabolism of mosquitoes

    The impact of global warming on the metabolism of mosquitoes could further complicate predictions of how climate change will affect malaria, according to scientists. Scientists have for the first time estimated how warmer climate will affect the metabolism of cold-blooded animals, such as mosquitoes, on a global scale. Such animals depend on outside temperature to regulate their body's ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Global warming’s ecosystem double whammy

    Plants and soils act like sponges for atmospheric carbon dioxide, but new research finds that one abnormally warm year can suppress the amount of carbon dioxide taken up by some grassland ecosystems for up to two years. The findings, which followed an unprecedented four-year study of sealed, 12-ton containerized grassland plots at DRI is the cover story in the September 18 issue of the ...

  • Mangroves counter impacts global warming

    Coastal belts of mangroves contribute to security by reducing the impacts of severe storms and cyclones, provide food and building materials, and are essential habitats for a large number of animal species, in particular several commercially important fish species. Listen to a ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Continuing Smog and Global Warming Opinions

    Last week the EPA published new regulations that look to lower the current ozone standard.  There has been a lot of comment, both for and against.  We found this post that takes an honest view of the past successes of the Clean ...

  • Eminent Scientists Warn of Disastrous, Permanent Global Warming

    SAN FRANCISCO, California (ENS) - The leaders of the world's largest general scientific society issued an imperative climate change warning Sunday. 'The atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, a critical greenhouse gas, is higher than it has been for at least 650,000 years. The average temperature of the Earth is heading for levels not experienced for millions of years.' ...

  • US senate abandons global warming bill

    The US Senate's much anticipated tangle with a landmark bill that would have required the nation to make deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions responsible for global warming came to an unceremonious end last Friday, as proponents failed to muster enough votes to formally consider the legislation. Four days of deliberations on the climate bill were marked more by partisan bickering than ...

  • U.N. revs up over global warming

    (AXcess News) New York -  The annual summertime retreat of the Arctic icecap, greater this year than perhaps at any time during the 20th century. The nightmare of intensifying storms in some areas and extended drought in others, already taking place in developing countries of South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. It is against this backdrop of almost daily news of what scientists describe as ...


    By Axcess News

  • EnvironmentStocks.com: “Insiders Place Bets on Global Warming Play”

    EnvironmentStocks.com: “Insiders Place Bets on Global Warming Play” EnvironmentStocks.com Reminder: Upcoming Conference 'Investing in the Environment: Global Warming, Global Warning – Investing Today for Tomorrow’s Future' POINT ROBERTS, Wash., DELTA, B.C. - www.EnvironmentStocks.com (ES), an investor and industry news portal for the environmental and cleantech sector within the ...


  • Global warming `has reduced maize and wheat yields`

    Global warming has already reduced the global yields of key crops, say scientists. Maize and wheat production have been 3.8 and 5.5 per cent lower, respectively, than they would have been without the temperature rises associated with ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Global warming’s influence on El Niño still unknown

    This is a central finding of an international science review by the World Climate Research Program’s Climate Variability and Predictability Pacific Panel, published today in Nature Geoscience. The Panel convened in Australia at the Greenhouse 2009 climate change conference to consider new research that could build an understanding of changes in the behaviour of ENSO. ENSO is a naturally ...

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