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Short-term fixes for long-term climate problems? Yes, says a new report. Last Updated on 2015-02-09 11:10:16 Here’s a word guaranteed to start an argument among scientists and environmental activists: geoengineering. The word covers a variety of hypothetical technological fixes for the problem of climate change.   CLICK HERE TO READ MORE  More »
Troubled Waters on Planet Earth Last Updated on 2015-01-23 12:18:04 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE More »
New Research May Solve Puzzle in Sea Level’s Rise Last Updated on 2015-01-15 11:49:32 A team of researchers reported Wednesday that the ocean did not rise quite as much as previously believed in the 20th century. They proposed a seemingly tiny adjustment that could make a big difference in scientific understanding of the looming problem of sea-level rise   CLICK HERE TO READ MORE   More »
Oceana: Wind better than drilling in Atlantic Last Updated on 2015-01-15 11:34:51 Though U.S. has no offshore wind power, the sector is starting to develop.   More »
Study: Sea level rise accelerating more than once thought Last Updated on 2015-01-15 11:10:42 The world's oceans are now rising far faster than they did in the past, a new study says. The study found that for much of the 20th century — until about 1990 — sea level was about 30 percent less than earlier research had figured. But that's not good news, scientists say, because about 25 years ago the seas started rising faster and the acceleration in 1990 turns out to be more dramatic than previously calculated.     CLIKC Read more here: CLICK HERE TO READ MORE More »