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Duterte: Addressing global warming is top priority

Rappler - ‎10 hours ago‎
"Addressing global warming shall be our top priority, but upon a fair and equitable equation. It must not stymie our industrialization," Duterte said during his first State of the Nation Address on Monday, July 25.
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Countries move closer to deal on cutting super-strength global warming gases

chinadialogue - ‎3 hours ago‎
The landmark Paris Climate Agreement is on track to pass its first real test as governments in Vienna inch closer to an agreement to cut hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), highly potent greenhouse gases that, if unchecked, would wipe out much of the carbon ...

Envi group lauds Duterte's fight vs global warming

Inquirer.net - ‎5 hours ago‎
In Southern Tagalog, an environmental group lauded President Duterte for making the fight against global warming a top priority of his administration.

Global warming a threat to Canadian icon -- the muskox

durhamregion.com - ‎4 hours ago‎
Global warming is known to be playing a major role in their recent steep decline, a drop of some 70 per cent on Banks and Victoria islands, prime muskox habitat.
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NASA study claims a fifth of global warming in past 150 years missed by historical records

Daily Mail - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
Patterns of melting sea ice in Arctic Ocean at Nunavut.A fifth of the global warming that has occurred in the past 150 years has been missed by historical records due to quirks in how global temperatures were recorded, a new Nasa study has claimed.

Richard Loe - global warming in Canterbury?

New Zealand Herald - ‎17 hours ago‎
This weird winter weather - is it global warming or just an anomaly? Loe's off to the World Merino Conference in Adelaide which Jamie timidly suggests is a junket.

Global warming good for endangered Fowler's toad at Long Point on Lake Erie

London Free Press - ‎21 hours ago‎
Global warming is not all bad - at least if you are a Fowler's toad at Long Point on Lake Erie. Listed as endangered in Canada, the warty amphibians have been studied by McGill University professor David Green and his students for more than 25 ...
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What science can tell us about the links between global warming and massive heat waves

Washington Post - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
So it's important to separate the scientific wheat from the chaff and figure out what science can, and can't, reliably say about the link between an event like this and a warming planet - especially in a year that, on a global scale, has shattered ...
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WMO: Global Warming Happening Faster Than Predicted

Voice of America - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
David Carlson, director of the WMO's World Climate Research Program, told VOA global warming is happening faster than predicted.

Science News: Exactly What's Wrong With Cliff Mass' Approach to Global Warming, Rare Fin Whale Sighting in Puget ...

TheStranger.com - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
One Small Part of Antarctica Stayed Cool While the Rest Warmed: Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of climate change denialism is the willful idiocy of using local exceptions to a widely supported trend as evidence that trend is false.
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'Corn sweat' heat domes are becoming more common due to global warming

Mashable - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
The heat wave currently baking the midsection of the country has turned portions of at least 21 states into a sauna, with unusually high humidity with air temperatures running up to 20 degrees Fahrenheit above average.
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Global Warming Expedition Stuck in Arctic Sea Because of Too Much Ice

Breitbart News - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
An expedition to the North Pole intended to measure the effects of global warming ground to a halt this month when the scientist's ship got blocked by the ice packs near Murmansk, Russia, reports reveal.
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Global warming set to cost the world economy £1.5 trillion by 2030 as it becomes too hot to work

The Independent - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
Global warming will cost the world economy more than £1.5 trillion a year in lost productivity by 2030 as it becomes too hot to work in many jobs, according to a major new report.
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Antarctic bounces back after ozone damage but scientists insist global warming is happening

Daily Mail - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
The authors also note that the 'pause' in warming coincides with the controversial 'global warming hiatus' or slowdown, which claims that global temperatures started to slowdown from 1996 from rising 0.14°C per decade up to 1996 and rising to 0.07°C ...

Researchers can now monitor global warming due to human activity in real time

University of California - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
In doing so, the researchers also created a new method by which researchers can measure and monitor the pace of anthropogenic global warming, finding that the contribution of human activities to warming in the surface waters of the Pacific Ocean can be ...

Global Warming Debate Reveals Common Ground Energy Policy

Forbes - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
A mock trial last week involving some of the most prominent scientists in the global warming debate highlighted agreement on energy policy, regardless of one's position on the science of global warming. Scientists on both sides of the debate ...

Former NASA Scientist Dispels Notion Global Warming Is 'Settled' Science

Daily Caller - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
A former NASA climate scientist has put out a new report criticizing the argument that global warming is settled science. “It should be clear that the science of global warming is far from settled,” said Dr. Roy Spencer, a former NASA scientist who now ...

Global Warming Expedition Stopped In Its Tracks By Arctic Sea Ice

Daily Caller - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
The MV Akademik Shokalskiy is pictured stranded in ice in Antarctica, December 29, 2013. An Antarctic blizzard has halted an Australian icebreaker's bid to reach a Russian ship trapped for a week with 74 people onboard, rescuers said on Monday.

Global warming exhausting workers

Winnipeg Free Press - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
They also estimate that at the current rate of global warming, this trend will continue. For example, countries such as India, Vietnam and Indonesia could see the number of lost work hours more than double by 2055 and more than triple by 2085.

Global warming hits close to home: Human-induced climate change is getting personal, even in America

Salon - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
Global warming hits close to home: Human-induced climate change is getting personal, FILE - This July 10, 2008 file photo made with a fisheye lens shows ice floes in Baffin Bay above the Arctic Circle, seen from the Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker ...
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