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Drought's Opposite: Santa Clara Pueblo Fears Rain
August 10, 2012
New Mexico’s Santa Clara Pueblo fears further damage to their village of 3,100 people in the aftermath of last year’s Las Conchas wildfire as seasonal rains send water and debris d...
Climate Change, Thunderstorms and Ozone Could Be Potent Combination, Scientists Say
July 27, 2012
What do climate change, ultraviolet radiation and ozone have in common? Thunderstorms. Maybe. Scientists are positing a possible link between the three based on a new study...
Greenland Turns to Slush as NASA Watches
July 25, 2012
Greenland nearly melted earlier this month, when over the course of just a few days, 97 percent of the surface area of its entire ice cover defrosted to at least some degree, scien...
Pacific Indigenous Leaders Meet in Washington D.C. to Discuss Adapting to Climate Change
July 25, 2012
Among indigenous cultures being affected by climate change, coastal communities are in the lead...
Polar Bear Data Reveal 4-Million-Year History and Foretell Demise in Evolution That Chronicles Climate Change
July 24, 2012
Polar bears are far more ancient than even the most recent estimate of 600,000 years old, an international research team announced on July 23...
PBS NewsHour Hosts American Indian Panel on Coping With Climate Change July 19
July 19, 2012
Earlier today we noted a segment of PBS NewsHour devoted to the Swinomish of Washington State, who are facing steep declines in salmon population —a bad omen for a tribe whose name...
Swinomish Salmon Plight Highlighted on PBS Newshour
July 19, 2012
In 1855 the Swinomish signed a treaty trading much of their land for fishing, hunting and shellfish-harvesting rights on their traditional territory...
Greenland's Petermann Glacier Sheds 46-Square-Mile Chunk Into Arctic Ocean
July 18, 2012
The long-predicted latest break in Greenland’s Petermann Glacier has finally come to pass, with an ice chunk the size of two Manhattan Islands shearing off into the ocean on Monday...
Sea Levels Rising Faster in Northeastern U.S. Than Worldwide: USGS
June 25, 2012
The United States East Coast are directly in the path of rising oceans due to climate change, with New York and Boston straight in the water’s pathway, the U.S...
Alaskan Native Communities Facing Climate-Induced Relocation
June 21, 2012
LINCOLN, Neb.—Native peoples are no stranger to forced relocation. It is a bitter chapter in the history of North American tribal peoples...
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Northeastern Ocean Surface Temperatures at Highest in 150 Years: NOAA
Climate Change: Mount Everest Is Melting
Pacific Islanders Hold Warrior Dance Day of Action to Highlight Climate Change Effects
Global CO2 Concentrations Reaching High of 400 ppm for First Time in Human History
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