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Global warming is due to humans: US ex-skeptic

A prominent US skeptic of the human causes of climate change, Richard Muller, has reversed course and said on Monday that he now believes greenhouse [...]

Staff Writer (AFP | July 30, 2012)

Weather Extremes Leave Parts of U.S. Grid Buckling

From highways in Texas to nuclear power plants in Illinois, the concrete, steel and sophisticated engineering that undergird the nation’s infrastructure are being taxed to [...]

Matthew L. Wald & John Schwartz (The New York Times | July 30, 2012)

Scientists find Grand Canyon-sized rift under Antarctic ice

Scientists have discovered a rift the size of the Grand Canyon hidden under the Antarctic ice sheet, which they say is contributing to ice melt [...]

Staff Writer (AFP | July 26, 2012)

‘Astonishing’ Heat Wave Melts 97 Percent of Greenland Ice Sheet

It’s not just the east coast that’s been sweating this summer—a recent heat wave in Greenland between July 8 and July 12 melted an estimated [...]

Jason Koebler (US News & World Report | July 25, 2012)

Climate Change and the American Political Agenda

Just as the movie massacre in Colorado reminds us that the assault weapon ban has not been discussed in the presidential campaign, the intense storms [...]

Steven Cohen (The Huffington Post | July 23, 2012)

Record Heat Wave Pushes U.S. Belief in Climate Change to 70%

A record heat wave, drought and catastrophic wildfires are accomplishing what climate scientists could not: convincing a wide swath of Americans that global temperatures are [...]

Mark Drajem (Bloomberg | July 18, 2012)

Poll: Generation X unconcerned about climate change

Amid a summer of record-setting heat, a new survey finds that most of Generation X ’s young and middle-age adults are uninformed and unconcerned about [...]

Wendy Koch (USA Today | July 18, 2012)

Parents Need to Act Against Climate Change for Their Kids’ Sake

The dream is always the same:
His daughter is crossing the street, holding his hand, when he hears a whistle blow—loud, mournful, insistent. Behind her, in [...]

Mark Hertsgaard (The Daily Beast | July 18, 2012)

Does climate change increase the odds of extreme weather events?

Climate change increased the odds for the kind of extreme weather that prevailed in 2011, a year that saw severe drought in Texas, unusual heat [...]

Deborah Zabarenko (Reuters | July 11, 2012)

Ocean Acidification Is Climate Change’s ‘Equally Evil Twin’

Oceans’ rising acid levels have emerged as one of the biggest threats to coral reefs, acting as the “osteoporosis of the sea” and threatening everything [...]

Staff Writer (AP | July 9, 2012)