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Nutrients control carbon sequestration in forests

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Peat the size of England?!

The discovery of a peat bog the size of England in the Congo is a major discovery! By studying this pristine peat bog we can learn a lot...

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Forest degradation: a hidden process

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Story time?

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Fleeting effect of 'climategate'

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Forests impact cloud formation

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Energy Security and Climate Change Move Up the Ranks

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Climate Change v Media Balance

97.1% scientists say climate change is real, the media use 50:50 for and against discussions to discuss this reality

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Are climate change hotspots helpful?

Many researchers have sought to map vulnerability to climate change or identify climate change hotspots, all with the same basic...

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Humanity has heard all the evidence it needs on climate change and the verdict is: ‘Shrug’

Climate apocolypticism makes action on climate change less likely. The trend has been to normalize and downplay the threat of climate...

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Fancy being a mobile weather station?

Scientists researching weather and climate are always banging on about the need for more rain gauges. And with good reason. With more...

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Visualizing climate change

Really neat visual of changing climate records and extremes. It's often quite hard to visualize climate change, so this graphic is one of...

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Can we solve climate change and conserve biodiversity?

Allowing forests to regenerate would help to mitigate climate change by removing carbon from the atmosphere. Leave forests in...

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Why do we not trust scientists?

Climate change sceptics are everywhere and as part of Obama's new incentive to cut the emissions from power plants he is trying to...

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Ultimate Security : Energy Independence

The Lithuanians are building a floating gas terminal so that they can import gas from anywhere in the world... big things are afoot in...

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Air pollution is largest environmental risk

It's confirmed; air pollution kills more people than other environmental risks. In 2012, 7 million people died from exposure to air...

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Drying and Browning in the Congo forests... but biomass still increasing

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Are monocultures making us more vulnerable to climate change?

This article is suggesting that we look to other crops as climate change reduces yields of favourite staples like wheat and corn - but...

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Mite-y Speedy

Most kindergarten students would tell you with a smile that the cheetah is the worlds fastest land animal. Although this is true when...

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The quest for knowledge can be painful

The quest for knowledge is noble. You must be tactful, passionate, and dedicated. Few would doubt that Michael Smith (a PhD student at...

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Unburnable Carbon Threatens Pension Funds!

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Sexy Green Tech : Lessons from Tesla

Could the way Tesla cars have made greener transport sexier show the way for other cleaner technologies?

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Energy Myths Debunked

This is a great primer for those interested in energy and it dispels a few important assumptions that people hold. My favourites:

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Biting the 'GREEN' Apple ?

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Hollywood stars, striking cinematography, dramatic soundtrack...and climate change?

Walking into my US hotel room this week, I was surprised to find an advert for Years of Living Dangerously @YEARSofLIVING lying on the...

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