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Carbon Footprints

Carbon Footprints

The carbon footprint is a certificate that measure emissions are carbon dioxide (CO2) that are made in the production of goods, from raw material procurement to the treatment of waste,… Read more »

Rising rivers set to wreck Bangladesh

Rising rivers set to wreck Bangladesh

Arguments over the causes of global warming will bring little succour to the people of Bangladesh. Flooding in the country is set to increase by up to 40 per cent… Read more »

Scientists Warn Of Western Drought

Scientists Warn Of Western Drought

ECHO SUMMIT, Calif. — Frank Gehrke skied out on an unseasonably warm March day to take the final Sierra Nevada snowpack measurements of the season near this mountain pass south… Read more »

A new Ice Age? None soon, says study

A new Ice Age? None soon, says study

Evidence from the oldest layers of Antarctic ice ever collected suggests that the earth is not even halfway through the current warm era NEW YORK – Despite the recent trend… Read more »

Asian farmers sucking the continent dry

Asian farmers sucking the continent dry

The world is on the verge of a water crisis as people fight over ever dwindling supplies, experts told the Stockholm Water Symposium. A generation ago, Indian farmers in the… Read more »

Climate change heralds thirsty times ahead

Climate change heralds thirsty times ahead

Fresh water will be in ever shorter supply as climate change gathers pace. A that increasing temperatures will dramatically affect the world’s great rivers. While flows will increase overall, with… Read more »

Arctic Getting Warmer Faster

Arctic Getting Warmer Faster

Global warming is hitting the Arctic more than twice as fast as the rest of the planet, scientists reported this week. The Arctic is particularly sensitive because the ice normally… Read more »

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