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Study: #Climate change cuts crop harvests by 10%

Study: #Climate change cuts crop harvests by 10% | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Extreme heat events and droughts may already be taking their toll on global agriculture, cutting cereal yields by up to 10% on average, according to new research.

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#Philippines Supreme Court bans all #GMO products from the country in major victory for native #farmers

#Philippines Supreme Court bans all #GMO products from the country in major victory for native #farmers | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Philippines Supreme Court bans all GMO products from the country in major victory for native farmers
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Leonardo #DiCaprio speaks at UN #climate change s...

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Actor and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio addresses the UN summit meeting on climate change on Tuesday | Poverty and Climate Change

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#FF Wonder of the aquatic world under threat from plans for #Mekong dams

#FF Wonder of the aquatic world under threat from plans for #Mekong dams | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Scientists warn that plans to build dams across Tonlé Sap, south-east Asia’s greatest lake, could be an ecological timebomb threatening the food security of millions
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#lies by #China #Beijing air quality improved in 2015 despite #pollution alerts, authorities say

#lies by #China #Beijing air quality improved in 2015 despite #pollution alerts, authorities say | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Environmental authorities say the Chinese capital’s air quality in 2015 was better than the year before despite the city’s first two red alerts for pollution late in the year

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The planet is experiencing a global warming spurt #climate

The planet is experiencing a global warming spurt #climate | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Cyclical changes in the Pacific Ocean have thrown Earth’s surface into what may be an unprecedented warming trend, following a 15-year global warming slowdown.

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#Teflon’s Toxic Legacy – Center for #Health, Environment & Justice

#Teflon’s Toxic Legacy – Center for #Health, Environment & Justice | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

“Almost two decades ago, Carla Bartlett, a then 41-year -old West Virginia secretary and mother of two, was first diagnosed with cancer – what her surgeon later labeled a “garden variety” type of kidney cancer.

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All #GMO approvals in #Brazil are illegal, says whistleblowing regulator ⋆ Dieogo's Blog

All #GMO approvals in #Brazil are illegal, says whistleblowing regulator ⋆ Dieogo's Blog | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

All GMO approvals in Brazil are illegal, says whistleblowing regulator by Ethan A.

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#Scotland battered by heavy rain and gales

#Scotland battered by heavy rain and gales | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Bad weather cuts off some villages, while train service between Carlisle and Glasgow will be closed for at least a month

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Some Australians are experiencing a scary start to 2016 #bushfires #climate #drought

Some Australians are experiencing a scary start to 2016 #bushfires #climate #drought | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
THE new year is getting off to a scary start for some of us, with bushfires still raging in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.
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Victory over corrupt #science and the #Monsanto #GMO #cartel -- Sott.net

Victory over corrupt #science and the #Monsanto #GMO #cartel -- Sott.net | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

There is a very positive news coming out of Paris, a city with more than her share of bad news lately. It's a major legal victory for the voices of science and reason against the GMO Monsanto-led cabal.

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This 103-Year-Old Woman Planted And Cared For 384 Trees, While Living In Abject #Poverty Herself

This 103-Year-Old Woman Planted And Cared For 384 Trees, While Living In Abject #Poverty Herself | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

This Uneducated Centenarian In Karnataka Planted 384 Banyan Trees But She Still Lives In Abject Poverty | indiatimes.com

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Freak storm pushes North Pole 50 degrees above normal to melting point #climate

Freak storm pushes North Pole 50 degrees above normal to melting point #climate | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
It's summer in December at the Arctic Circle this week.

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The Lawyer Who Became #DuPont’s Worst Nightmare

The Lawyer Who Became #DuPont’s Worst Nightmare | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Rob Bilott was a corporate defense attorney for eight years. Then he took on an environmental suit that would upend his entire career — and expose a brazen, decades-long history of chemical pollution.

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The planet will lose every time that business calls the shots | The big issue #truth

The planet will lose every time that business calls the shots | The big issue #truth | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Environmental concerns will come a distant second to profit when governments can be sued for passing laws

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Humanity's impact on Earth opens Anthropocene epoch, #scientists say #climate 100x faster

Humanity's impact on Earth opens Anthropocene epoch, #scientists say #climate 100x faster | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Humans have produced enough concrete to thinly pave the entire surface of the Earth, while carbon dioxide emissions are rising 100 times quicker than at any ...

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How to #Design with #Light using #Science?

Interviews with renowned lighting designers: Raoul Hesse, Florence Lam, Juliette Nielsen, Marinella Patteta and Martin Valentine. Questions • What about scie...

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December 2015 was the wettest month ever recorded in #UK #flooding

December 2015 was the wettest month ever recorded in #UK #flooding | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Latest figures from the Met Office show double the average amount of rain fell last month, with temperatures 4.1C higher than average

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A little-known, untreatable #virus is quickly spreading across the Americas #Zika

A little-known, untreatable #virus is quickly spreading across the Americas #Zika | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

A little-known virus is gaining a major foothold in South and Central America.

 

The Zika virus, which has only recently moved beyond Africa and Southeast Asia, has already had debilitating effects in the Americas. It’s especially problematic in Brazil, where it’s appears to be connected to a serious birth defect.

 

The Zika virus was originally identified in 1947 in Uganda. It’s primarily transmitted by tropical mosquitoes — the same kind known for spreading dengue — that pick up the virus from infected people, according to the CDC. It was relatively unknown until 2007, when there was an outbreak of the virus in Micronesia.


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How warm was 2015, how warm will 2016 be? #climate #extinction

How warm was 2015, how warm will 2016 be? #climate #extinction | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

The year that just finished, 2015, was the warmest year recorded in the instrumental record.

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How #greed #moron Scott #Slater plans to make billions selling #Mojave desert water

How #greed #moron Scott #Slater plans to make billions selling #Mojave desert water | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Scott Slater wants to pump billions of gallons to LA and other drought-hit cities - and make $2.4bn in the process

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Not so happy new year: Green energy consumers to pay 41 per cent more to support #renewables

Not so happy new year: Green energy consumers to pay 41 per cent more to support #renewables | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

In the days leading up to Christmas, Origin Energy customers were notified that "a rise in the market price of renewable energy" meant GreenPower ...

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#Climate change, past and present - comparing the Ice Age with current change

#Climate change, past and present - comparing the Ice Age with current change | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Some people wonder if the current climate change has "natural causes". They sometimes refer to the changes during the 'Ice Age' and think the current events must be natural as well. However, that is not the case. The current situation is different. The graph shows that carbon dioxide in the air has increased and decreased over hundreds of  thousands of years. The recent increase in carbon dioxide is much bigger and faster than the natural changes.

 

The low readings match with times called 'glacial stages'. During glacial stages, ice covered large areas of the Earth. The most recent glacial stage occurred between 115,000 and 11,500 years ago. The peaks in the graph show times when carbon dioxide was high. Those times are called 'interglacial stages'. Glacial and interglacial stages are linked to regular patterns in the movements of the Earth. The Earth's movements cause warming or cooling. This changes the amount of carbon dioxide that can dissolve in the oceans. So in that early phase, the temperature rises first, before the CO2 level rises. As the Earth warms, more carbon dioxide leaves the oceans. The extra gas in the air boosts the warming effect.

 

The Milankovitch Cycles are tending to cool the Earth. So the current warming is not part of natural processes. Global temperatures are only just beginning to respond to the recent big increase in carbon dioxide.

 

The extra carbon dioxide has come mainly from burning fossil fuels. The rise in carbon dioxide now means the cycle of glacial and interglacial stages may have been broken. A research paper has looked at that issue: "...the end of the current interglacial would occur within the next 1500 years, if atmospheric CO2 concentrations did not exceed 240±5 ppmv." So carbon dioxide would need to drop way below the current level for this interglacial to end.


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Staggering amount of ice lost in Greenland! climate #melting

Staggering amount of ice lost in Greenland! climate #melting | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

A study has found that there has been a doubling of annual loss of ice mass in Greenland over the period of 2003 to 2010 compared with what it was throughout the 20th century. Published in the journal, Nature, a team of researchers led by Kristian K.

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Erin #Brockovich: #California #Methane Gas Leak is Worst U.S. Environmental Disaster Since BP Oil Spill

Erin #Brockovich: #California #Methane Gas Leak is Worst U.S. Environmental Disaster Since BP Oil Spill | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

In the nation’s biggest environmental disaster since the BP oil spill, a runaway natural gas leak above Los Angeles has emitted more than 150 million pounds of methane.

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