Today in climate change (25 August 2017)


Please find below lists to recent climate change news…

Greenland: Land of ice on fire

Greenland ice flow likely to speed up

Wildfires over Siberia can be seen from outer space

Has Canberra’s weather changed according to Bureau of Meteorology records?

What’s really warming the world?

Double exposure, infrastructure planning, and urban climate resilience in coastal megacities: A case study of Manila

It seems like much of the world is ablaze right now, and this could be the new normal

Alaska Towns At Risk from Rising Seas Sound Alarm

Reframing climate change assessments around risk: recommendations for the US National Climate Assessment

Global assessment of flood and storm extremes with increased temperatures

More extreme weather to come: Scientist

A new community of floating homes may signal a solution for rising sea levels across the globe

Impact of Climate Change & Exposure to Disasters

Study: Earth’s temperature record was broken three years in a row, and you can thank humans for that

Climate change and hurricane Harvey

‘It’s alarming’: Wildfire emissions grow to triple B.C.’s annual carbon footprint

Catalyzing Progress on National Climate Plans After Paris

Climate Refugees: Kiribati

The role of city size and urban form in the surface urban heat island

Russian tanker sails through Arctic without icebreaker for first time

Adaptation and Loss and Damage Update

Increased number of heavy rain events in Missouri since the 1950s

Does the economy affect public opinion on climate?




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