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It's not forest management that's making wildfires so dangerous

The ferocity of the wildfires on either end of California have never been seen before in the state's history. While hundreds of thousands of people have fled the flames and thousands of homes have been destroyed, don't blame it on poor forestry practices.

Global climate change sends woman down sinkhole in Australia

Melbourne - An old well reservoir became unstable as a result of global climate change. When it collapsed without warning, an Australian woman hanging clothes in the garden went with it into a sinkhole two-feet wide, falling into a 10-foot deep watery, muddy cavern.

Need $10,000? Disprove climate change to this noted physicist

The noted physicist and author Christopher Keating says he's fed up with climate change skeptics and has decided to pony up $10,000 of his own money to anyone who can prove that man-made global warming isn't happening.

Global warming: UK forecasted a summer of extreme downpours

New study warns that downpours could become a characteristic of the British summer if the effects of global warming and climate change continue.

Climate change could put paid to future Winter Olympics venues

Waterloo - Sochi's Winter Olympics start Friday next week. Security at and around Sochi is tight to counter any terror threat. But the security of future Winter Olympics may be threatened, not by terrorists but by climate change, according to new research.

Op-Ed: Scientists: Earth is cooling, not warming

It seems the entire global warming scheme concocted by the likes of Al Gore and Michael Moore has hit a wall of ice that won't be thawing anytime soon.

Desert shrubs may reduce global CO2 levels

As the world continues to wrestle with threats posed by global climate change, a team of German scientists has developed a novel solution: plant millions of acres of the carbon-sucking shrub jatropha in hot, arid regions.

Pres. Obama announces executive orders to curb greenhouse gases

Washington - President Obama outlined sweeping measures on Tuesday designed to cut greenhouse gas emissions from U.S. power plants and help local communities better prepare for devastating storms, fires, and drought.

The U.S. has to get used to extreme weather warn scientists

Boston - Scientists meeting at this week’s annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Boston have warned that extreme weather events like Hurricane Sandy and the Texas drought are here to stay.

Australia is experiencing a 'catastrophic' heatwave

A record-breaking heatwave put Australians on alert last week. Heatwaves may not be unusual in Australia during the summer months, but the current extreme heat is more widespread than normal. It has now been declared "catastrophic."

Op-Ed: Green energy or just green money?

Al Gore has raked in millions on what was Global Warming, and is now known simply as Global Climate Change. James Lovelock, the god-father of global-warming however, has a different view.

BBC drops Frozen Planet climate change episode for US audiences

The wildlife series Frozen Planet starring David Attenborough has dropped the seventh episode from its sales package to countries outside the UK.

Study: Plant genes flexible, adaptable to climate changes

Two teams of scientists studying Arabidopsis thaliana, a common European plant, found flexible genes that respond to climate changes, giving the plant a better chance of surviving and reproducing, but found limits to this flexibility strategy also.

Centre for Climate and Earth Systems Science will benefit Africa

Cape Town - The Africa Centre for Climate and Earth Systems Science will provide regional decision-makers with reliable climate information, enabling them to balance developmental needs with environmental issues.

The link between the solar minimum cycle and climate change

While some continue to blame SUV's, and coal powered electric generation plants first for global warming, and now for climate change, is it possible the sun can be to blame? Dr. Charlie Perry thinks so.

Global Climate Changes Could Strain U.S. Military In The Future

Global climate changes over the next twenty years could strain the United States military according to a report delivered to Congress on Wednesday.

Warmer Weather Brings Less Snow, Fewer Flowers

Spring in the Rockies begins when the snowpack melts. But with the advent of global climate change, the snow is gone sooner. Research conducted on the region’s wildflowers shows some plants are blooming less because of it.

Global Climate Change: Is A Solution More Complicated than Previously Considered

Is global dimming counteracting the impact that global warming is having/ Has the pollution we spew into the air daily working to keep the temperature from rising. This may be the case and if so the problems we face are even more complicated.

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