Climate Change

West Coast Damage May Presage Future Climate Change Effects

The effects of the 2009-2010 El Niño winter on western shorelines may be an indicator of what could occur more frequently as climate change continues, say researchers from the USGS, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, Washington State Department of Ecology, University of California, Santa Cruz, Oregon State University, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

As Global Temps Rise, More Companies Begin Adapting to a Warmer World

"Adjusting and adapting to an inevitably warmer world, more far-sighted private companies are moving forward even in the absence of strong government leadership globally and nationally. Understanding, anticipating and managing their risks are becoming those companies’ new, and challenging, reality."

Source: Yale Climate/Media Forum, 07/29/2011

Arctic Scientist Who Exposed Climate Threat To Polar Bear Is Suspended

The Interior Department scientist who first warned of climate change as a threat to polar bears in a 5-year-old peer-reviewed paper has been suspended. The Obama administration has been accused of hounding him so it can open up the fragile Arctic to drilling by Shell and other companies.

Source: Guardian, 07/29/2011

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