Major reductions in seafloor marine life from climate change by 2100
"An international team of scientists predict seafloor dwelling marine life will decline by up to 38 per cent in the North Atlantic and over five per cent globally over the next century. These changes will be driven by a reduction in the plants and animals that live at the surface of the oceans that feed deep-sea communities. As a result, ecosystem services such as fishing will be threatened." http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/12/131231094347.htm
"Watch this short yet informative film, find out why are we seeing extreme weather and what causes a polar vortex. Is it connected to climate change?" -Permaculture magazine pass on: http://www.permaculture.co.uk/videos/extreme-weather-jet-stream-and-polar-vortex
Hurricane Sandy’s Untold Filthy Legacy: Sewage - Hurricane Sandy was one of the largest storm to hit the northeast U.S. in recorded history, killing 159, knocking out power to millions, and causing $70B in damage in eight states. But one of the larger infrastructure failures is less appreciated: sewage overflow.