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The 97 Percent: Watch John Oliver’s Hilarious ‘Statistically Representative Climate Change Debate’

Social science research has shown that the consensus pie chart is a very effective way to convince people - especially conservatives - about climate change.

Report: Climate change could devastate agriculture. A new USDA report outlines some seriously scary impacts climate change has begun having on agriculture.

Report: Climate change could devastate agriculture

A comprehensive USDA study concludes rising temperatures could cost farmers millions as they battle new pests, faster weed growth and get smaller yields as climate change continues.

Semester 20 alum Marin Pinsky featured in this article called - Ocean Life Faces Mass Extinction, Broad Study Says - NYTimes.com

Ocean Life Faces Mass Extinction, Broad Study Says Scientists find what they say are clear signs that humans are beginning to damage oceans on an unprecedented scale.

...  Hubbard and others say those actions will mean little if farmers can’t find clean, GMO-free seed to plant in the first place. Description from wakeup-world.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Open Source Seeds

Climate scientist drops the F-bomb after startling Arctic discovery: The study concerns the large deposits of methane (CH4) — a greenhouse gas over twenty times more potent than CO2 — known to be buried beneath the Arctic. Researchers found that methane is leaking & making it to the ocean’s surface.  Here's the deal:  “Even if a small fraction of the Arctic carbon were released to the atmosphere, we’re fucked,”

Climate scientist drops the F-bomb after startling Arctic discovery

Methane, long locked in arctic ice, is bubbling to the surface. It's more potent than Sometimes, you've just got to tell it like it is. "Climate scientist drops the F-bomb after startling Arctic discovery.

Climate Change Juicing Australian Heatwaves  Full story

Australian heatwaves 'five times more likely due to global warming'

The Dangerous Myth That Climate Change Is Reversible  March 17, 2013  http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2013/03/17/1731591/the-dangerous-myth-that-climate-change-is-reversible/

The Dangerous Myth That Climate Change Is Reversible March Sad, scary, but true.

Climate Change: Climate Resource Center - Graphic: The IPCC's four key findings

Graphic: The IPCC's four key findings

via Princeton University News http://environmentalillnessnetwork.tumblr.com/post/69630600450/princeton-climate-change #climate #ClimateChange

Princeton University News reported: “ “If our results are correct, the total carbon emissions required to stay below 2 degrees of warming would have to be three-quarters of previous estimates, only.

How much longer will this be true? Hopefully not very!

Climate Change: Head stuck in the sand, governments (and people!) ignoring climate change, leaving it till it happens, leaving it till the next generation.

A Major Accounting Firm Just Ran the Numbers on Climate Change - CityLab. Needed subtitle: And We're Screwed.

With every year that passes, we're getting further away from averting a human-caused climate disaster. That's the key message in this year's "Low Carbon Economy Index," a report released by the accounting giant Price Waterhouse Coopers

Video: Keystone XL = Climate Disaster

Polluters in Congress can’t wait to try to force the approval of Big Oil’s favorite project, so we thought we should remind them what Keystone XL would mean for our climate. Voting for KXL = voting.

CREATE FILMS AND VIDEOS TO RAISE SOCIAL AWARENESS: "DISRUPTION" - a film by KELLY NYKS & JARED P. SCOTT

In less than two weeks, the 'Climate People's March & Mobilization' is set to make its mark on history. A new film explains helps explain where movement came from and where it's going.

A United Nations panel of scientists says that globally, rising temperatures will make it harder for crops to thrive.

Climate Change Seen Posing Risk to Food Supplies

A leaked draft of a report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said that climate change could reduce output and send prices higher in a period when global food demand is expected to soar.

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