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Global Warming News Flashes

GW, and I don’t mean Bush, is in the news every single day. Articles come in from around the world. Here are a few really interesting stories from today, 17 February: Business chiefs vow to lead fight against global warming Industry must act against global warming: Pachauri California Lawmaker Wants to Make Global Warming Part of School …

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Action is Need – NOW

The salient facts are as follows: Virtually every civilization that came before ours is now gone because they did use their resources wisely, e.g. the Samarians in 600 BC, the Aztecs, the Mayans, the Norsemen from Greenland and the Easter Islanders, just to name a few. Modern civilization is in the process of doing the exact same thing today. Global warming is a global problem and it must have a global response. Both National Governments and multinational corporations have a vested interest in maintain the status quo and neither one seems willing to make the really difficult decision needed to put our...

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What Happened Today?

How will global warming affect marine food chains?Mongabay.com – USARising temperatures and acidity of the world’s oceans due to human emissions of carbon dioxide is putting marine food webs at risk warned a researcher … NewsChannel 5 learns more about global warmingWPTV – West Palm Beach,FL,USAGlobal warming is being blamed for melting icebergs, rising sea levels and adversely affecting the wildlife in the Polar Regions. …See all stories on this topic

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Global warming is not the problem, at least not the only problem. If warming was all we had to worry about then we might be able to accommodate the change. It’s what the rapid warming of our planet will do to everything else that’s the problem. Here are some examples of why you should, as Time Magazine’s cover story announced, “Be worried. Be very worried.” A warmer planet means . . .  The hydrological cycles are changing resulting in more droughts (less food) more heat waves (more forest fires) Both the northern and southern ice caps are melting. More melting, more...

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