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Record-breaking heatwave expected in Gauteng

Increase in ocean acidification could lead to lost fish larvae in quiet reefs. Fish larvae navigate by sound, but an acidifying sea threatens their ability to do this (and therefore threatens their survival). And therefore threatens our own survival, as humans. Fish are important for fighting climate change and the phosphorus crisis. We must stop fish extinction. You can help by going vegan (or at least as close as you get get).

Fish species in subtropical European waters are migrating north to escape warming seas − leaving fishermen who rely on them for a living with empty nets.

Japan prepares for release of tritium from Fukushima plant

TOKYO (AP) — To dump or not to dump a little-discussed substance is the question brewing in Japan as it grapples with the aftermath of the nuclear catastrophe in Fukushima five years ago. The substance is tritium.

Researchers show empirically: when population pressure increases, food is imported. The big issue, say authors of a new report, is that people may not even be aware that they have chosen dependency on imports over further investment in local production or curbing demand.

Nearly two billion people depend on imported food

Study: Nearly 2 billion people rely on food grown elsewhere: Almost 2 billion people now rely on imported food, new research shows.

Climate Change to Worsen Drought, Diminish Corn Yields in Africa

Nearly 25 percent of the world's malnourished population lives in sub-Saharan Africa, where more than 300 million people depend on corn, or maize, as their main food source. Maize is the most widely harvested agricultural .

Watermelon Snow: Not Edible but Important for Climate Change

Watermelon Snow: Not Edible but Important for Climate Change

Cosmopolitan snow algae accelerate the melting of Arctic glaciers - ALGAE WORLD NEWS

2017-2-10 - Warm ocean water triggered vast seabird die-off, experts say

Dead common murres lie washed up on a rocky beach in Whittier, Alaska, on Jan. Federal scientists in Alaska are looking for the cause of a massive die-off of common murres, one of the Arctic's most abundant seabirds.

Beauty amidst the carnage - Sky over Mt Wellington while bush fires rage in Tasmania. January 2013

In private conversations, many climate scientists express far greater concern at the progression of global warming and its consequences than they do in public, writes Dr Andrew Glikson.

Computer model shows breakup of iceberg logjams

Projections of how much the melting of ice sheets will contribute to sea-level rise can vary by several meters based on the rate of iceberg calving at the edges of those ice sheets. To provide climate scientists with models .

Deforestation endangering the majority of the world’s species, says new global research

Hundreds of thousands of species could soon go extinct due to the effects of deforestation, new research examining global data has found.

The great Greenland meltdown | Science | AAAS

As algae, detritus, and meltwater darken Greenland& ice, it is shrinking ever faster

By 2030 half the worlds oceans could be reeling from climate change scientists say #news #alternativenews

On Nov. more than 140 world leaders, including President Obama, will meet in Paris for the beginning of a historic two-week conference on climate chang

The climate change could produce unexpected effects on the American forests

6 March, 2016 – The speed at which the climate is changing is outstripping forests’ ability to adapt to drier, hotter conditions across vast swathes of the US and Canada.

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The global tropical climate zone is expanding. At the current rate, by 2100 its edge will stretch from Sydney to Perth.