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Ocean Heat and Climate Change Issues | The Existential Imperative: Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion II

Ocean Heat and Climate Change Issues | The Existential Imperative: Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion II | Climate Change, Wildlife & the Environment | Scoop.it
The fourth IPCC assessment projects that 40 to 70 percent of species could go extinct if Earth warms by 3.5 °C.

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EU Drafts Pollution Law Aimed at Reducing Emission-Induced Deaths in Europe

EU Drafts Pollution Law Aimed at Reducing Emission-Induced Deaths in Europe | Climate Change, Wildlife & the Environment | Scoop.it
The European Commission has unveiled plans for new air quality laws that would prevent 58,000 premature deaths and save 40 billion euros a year.
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With the impacts of climate change becoming more prevalent in our daily lives, what does it mean for the potential escalation of conflict in the coming years?
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Scotland’s Marine Habitats and Species Affected by Climate Change

Scotland’s Marine Habitats and Species Affected by Climate Change | Climate Change, Wildlife & the Environment | Scoop.it
Scientists have warned that global warming could reduce commercial fish catches around Scotland by 20%.
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A Quarter of a Million Lives Lost to China’s Coal Emissions, Says Study

A Quarter of a Million Lives Lost to China’s Coal Emissions, Says Study | Climate Change, Wildlife & the Environment | Scoop.it
China’s coal plant emissions in 2011 caused a quarter of a million premature deaths while damaging the health of hundreds of thousands of Chinese Children, says a new study.
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Dead and Diseased Dolphins Linked to BP Oil Spill

Dead and Diseased Dolphins Linked to BP Oil Spill | Climate Change, Wildlife & the Environment | Scoop.it
Bottlenose dolphins living in an area deeply affected by 2010’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill are suffering from lung disease and adrenal hormone abnormalities.
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