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Global Extinction: Gradual Doom as Bad as Abrupt

Global Extinction: Gradual Doom as Bad as Abrupt In “The Great Dying” 250 million years ago, the end came slowly The geology of Griesbach Creek in the Arctic tells an ancient tale of slow extinction. Credit and Larger Version February 2012 The deadliest mass extinction of all took a long time to kill 90 percent […]
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    • Nuclear Fusion
      Nuclear fusion offers the most hope at rectifying human induced climate change. Nuclear fusion is how the sun works. In a press release, Lockheed Martin states a breakthrough: The Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] Skunk Works® team is working on a new compact fusion reactor (CFR) that can be developed and deployed in as little as […]
    • Colorado River Running Dry
      NASA reports: A new study by scientists from NASA and the University of California, Irvine, has found that over 75 percent of the water loss in the drought-stricken Colorado River Basin since late 2004 came from underground resources. The extent of groundwater loss may pose a greater threat to the water supply of the western […]
    • Climate-related Health Risks
      The World Health Organization calls for stronger action on climate-related health risks: “The evidence is overwhelming: climate change endangers human health,” says Dr Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General. “Solutions exist and we need to act decisively to change this trajectory.” Previously unrecognized health benefits could be realized from fast action to re […]
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    • Collaboration for Change: Scottish fisheries management in action
      By Erin Priddlephoto credit: coliedog mac via photopin cc This is a pivotal time for Scottish fisheries. With the challenges of implementing the European Union’s ambitious Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) coupled with the recent Scottish Government consultation with fishermen and other stakeholders on the future of Scottish quota management, collaboration is es […]
    • Latest Mississippi River Delta News: Oct. 20, 2014
      Lack of federal oversight cited in coastal restoration grants By Amy Wold, The Advocate. Oct. 19, 2014. “A recent report by the U.S. Department of the Interior Office of Inspector General slammed…” (read more) New Orleans Film Festival best bet, Day 5: BP oil-spill doc 'Great Invisible' puts focus on human toll By Mike Scott, The Times-Picayune. Oc […]
    • Germany's Energiewende Proves Electricity can be Clean and Reliable
      By Peter SopherSince 2004, the year of the first major revision of Germany’s Renewable Energy Act (EEG), the country has added at least 35 gigawatts (GW) of solar and 35 GW of wind to its electric grid – enough to offset upwards of 35 coal plants. What’s more impressive is during the first half of 2014, close to 29 percent of Germany’s electricity came from […]
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    • NASA study finds 1934 had worst drought of last thousand years
      A new study using a reconstruction of North American drought history over the last 1,000 years found that the drought of 1934 was the driest and most widespread of the last millennium. Using a tree-ring-based drought record from the years 1000 to 2005 and modern records, scientists from NASA and Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory found the 1934 drought was 30 […]
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    • Hurricane Gonzalo
      The fierce storm was just hours from passing over Bermuda when a NASA satellite captured this view.
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