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CNN reporter tells Bill Nye that he doesn't understand climate change

Watch in awe as CNN's Carol Costello tells Bill Nye, a respected scientist, engineer, and science educator, that he's a "kooky guy who doesn't know what he's talking about" when he asserts the scientific consensus on anthropogenic climate change.
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Drought is a global problem - we need a global solution | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

Drought is a global problem - we need a global solution | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
An international system could save lives but a recent UN climate event in New York passed without anyone putting up funding or accepting responsibility
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Earth Kicks Off 2016 With the Most Abnormally Warm Month Ever Measured

Earth Kicks Off 2016 With the Most Abnormally Warm Month Ever Measured | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it

It would be hard to top 2015—a year unlike any other in human history—but 2016 seems to be giving it a shot. According to the latest data from NASA, is ...

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Scotland’s weather: Country ‘colder than Antarctica’

Scotland’s weather: Country ‘colder than Antarctica’ | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it

A Highland village has recorded a temperature colder than the South Pole and forecasters have warned of heavy snow, freezing fog and 50mph gales this week.

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Ivy club leaving do for the insect sodality

Ivy club leaving do for the insect sodality | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Country Diary: Wenlock Edge, Shropshire Hoverflies, greenbottles and wasps are drawn to the ivy flowers for a last-ditch nectar binge
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Success! Biologists may have found a way to eliminate amphibian-killing fungus in the wild

Success! Biologists may have found a way to eliminate amphibian-killing fungus in the wild | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
The cure includes a combination of treating tadpoles with an antifungal drug, and spraying wild amphibian habitats with disinfectants.
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Weather disasters occurred almost daily over last decade, UN says

Weather disasters occurred almost daily over last decade, UN says | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Floods and heatwaves frequency almost double in two decades, but scientists say ‘jury is out’ on how much is due to climate change
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Coal from Carmichael mine 'will create more annual emissions than New York'

Coal from Carmichael mine 'will create more annual emissions than New York' | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Australia Institute calculations show average annual emissions from burning coal from Adani’s proposed mine would be more than many countries and big cities
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Faced with climate change, Ethiopia rediscovers an ancient staple crop | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 03.11.2015

Faced with climate change, Ethiopia rediscovers an ancient staple crop | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 03.11.2015 | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Often dubbed the false banana, the giant enset is a staple crop in certain parts of Ethiopia. As climate change brings increasingly frequent droughts, the plant's versatility and resilience could help fight hunger.
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Deforestation and Drought - The New York Times

Deforestation and Drought - The New York Times | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Many experts believe that deforestation is taking place on such a large scale that it has already significantly altered the world’s climate.
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Exxon's climate lie: 'No corporation has ever done anything this big or bad' | Bill McKibben | Environment | The Guardian

Exxon's climate lie: 'No corporation has ever done anything this big or bad' | Bill McKibben | Environment | The Guardian | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Bill McKibben: The truth of Exxon’s complicity in global warming must to be told - how they knew about climate change decades ago but chose to help kill our planet
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Act on climate change now, top British institutions tell governments

Act on climate change now, top British institutions tell governments | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Joint letter by 24 scientific, medical and engineering bodies say mitigation will also bring economic and health benefits
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Don't care about climate change? What about the health of children? | Fiona Stanley and Sallie Forrest

Don't care about climate change? What about the health of children? | Fiona Stanley and Sallie Forrest | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
There are four specific reasons children are more vulnerable to global warming than adults, a new report by Doctors for the Environment Australia has found
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Scientists Warn Against Economic Disruption from Climate ChangeImpacts Will Be With Us for Many Decades, Says WMO Head

Scientists Warn Against Economic Disruption from Climate ChangeImpacts Will Be With Us for Many Decades, Says WMO Head | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it

Drawing on consolidated analysis of the world’s major weather agencies, the World Meteorological Organization has today confirmed that the global average surface temperature in 2015 broke all previous records by a strikingly wide margin.

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NASA’s climate-change red flag: 2015 was, by far, the hottest year on record

NASA’s climate-change red flag: 2015 was, by far, the hottest year on record | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it

It’s official: We’ve never endured a hotter year than in 2015. Well, almost official. NASA said on Wednesday that, due to various factors, there’s only a 94% certainty to the claim.

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Australian coastline to be mapped under plan released at Paris climate conference

Australian coastline to be mapped under plan released at Paris climate conference | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Australia will carry out an assessment of its entire coastline to project levels of future flooding from rising sea-levels in a project that could help form national standards for how close homes should be allowed to be built to shorelines.
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690m children at risk from climate change

690m children at risk from climate change | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Nearly 690 million of the world’s 2.3 billion children live in areas most exposed to climate change, facing higher rates of death, poverty and disease from global warming, the UN children’s agency said...
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Six steps to realising the sustainable development goals

Six steps to realising the sustainable development goals | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
After the launch of the SDGs to set the development agenda until 2030, our expert panel discuss how the goals can be achieved
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Massive El Niño gains strength, likely to drench key California drought zone

Massive El Niño gains strength, likely to drench key California drought zone | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
One of the most powerful El Niños on record continues gathering strength and is looking increasingly likely to bring heavy rains to key Northern California areas that provide water for the rest of the state, according to a new forecast.

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Record Levels of CO2 Herald the Future of Climate Change

Record Levels of CO2 Herald the Future of Climate Change | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Global warming has become a 1-degree Celsius reality, making progress at climate talks in Paris even more imperative
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What 1,500 Bug Species Tell Us About Climate Change

What 1,500 Bug Species Tell Us About Climate Change | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
New research looks at how climate change affected more than 250,000 insects collected from a single rooftop in Denmark over 18 years
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The Frozen Regions of Earth and Climate Change Documentary

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1,500 Malaysian Firemen On Standby To Battle Indonesian Blaze

1500 Malaysian Firemen On Standby To Battle Indonesian Blaze The Fire and Rescue Department is still waiting for the go-ahead from Indonesia to dispatch its ...
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10 Revolutionary Responses to Climate Change: You'll Be Blown Away

10 Revolutionary Responses to Climate Change: You'll Be Blown Away | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
Climate change is big. It's a phenomenon that does, and will continue to, affect the entire globe and the entirety of human (and animal) life.
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Heatwave kills more than 400 people in Pakistani port city

Heatwave kills more than 400 people in Pakistani port city | Climate Chaos News | Scoop.it
More than 400 people have died in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi due to a devastating heatwave that has continued over three days.

Temperatures reached a high of 44 degrees Celsius, about seven degrees higher than typical summer temperatures in the port city, home to 20 million people.
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