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PUBLIC MARKS from shankargallery with tags environment & climate

13 February 2007

Global warming, photography, pictures, photos, climate change, impact, science, weather, arctic, antarctica, climate zones, glacier, arctic warming, antarctica warming, documentation, effects, effects of climate change, paleoclimate, mountain glaciers, co

Global warming, photography, pictures, photos, climate change, science, weather, arctic, antarctica, climate zones, glacier, arctic warming, antarctic warming, documentation, impacts, effects of climate change, paleoclimate, mountain glaciers, coral reefs

Global Warming: Early Warning Signs

Global temperature in 1998 was the hottest in the historical record, and the temperature increase over the 20th century is likely to be the highest of the past millennium. Global average temperatures have warmed about one degree Fahrenheit (0.6?C) since

Ocean Institutes - Site Map

Site Map» Deep Ocean Exploration Institute /» Ocean Life Institute /» Coastal Ocean Institute & Rinehart Coastal Research Center /» Ocean & Climate Change Institute

WHOI : Ocean and Climate Change Institute : Is Global Warming Changing the Arctic?

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is determined to set and lead an ambitious agenda for future ocean research to benefit society. In 2000, we established four Ocean Institutes encompassing areas of significant concern to the public and policymakers:

Climate change: UNEP.Net, the Environment Network

This portal is a central source for substantive work and information resources regarding climate change. Use the navigation on the left to find information based on the key issues within climate change or select a specific type of resource. For a detailed

WWF - Climate Change

WWF is one of the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organizations, with almost 5 million supporters and a global network active in more than 100 countries.

Global Climate Change: Research Explorer- The Exploratorium

Climate is the average pattern of weather over the long term. The earth’s climate has warmed and cooled for millions of years, since long before we appeared on the scene. There’s no doubt that the climate is growing warmer currently; indications of th

Global Warming: The Pew Center on Global Climate Change

The Pew Center on Global Climate Change brings together business leaders, policy makers, scientists, and other experts to bring a new approach to a complex and often controversial issue. Our approach is based on sound science, straight talk, and a belief

Smart Energy Solutions Sierra Club

A Time for Action //Now is a time for a bold shift from our reliance on dirty fossil fuels and unsafe nuclear power to a safer, cleaner energy future built on clean power and energy saving technology

What Can You Do?

What Can You Do to Tackle Climate Change //Write Letters //Sample letters (right click to download and edit the letters on your own computer):To your U.S. Congresspeople >>To your State and Local Government Officials >>To the Editor of your local newspape

Tackling Climate Change

Tackling Climate Change in the U.S. Potential U.S. Carbon Emissions Reductions from Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency by 2030

03 February 2007

BBC NEWS | Europe | France 'dims' for climate protest

The lights of Paris dimmed for five minutes on Thursday in a nationwide "lights out" campaign, aimed at raising public awareness over global warming.

31 January 2007

Trees - The National Arbor Day Foundation

We envision a world where trees and forests are abundant, healthy, and sustainable, and highly valued by all people.

30 January 2007

28 January 2007

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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Recognizing the problem of potential global climate change, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) established the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in 1988. It is open to all members

Climate Science News

Arctic tundra to the tropical forests of North and Central America, in one of the largest studies ever done on nitrogen release during plant decomposition published

25 January 2007

The physics of climate modeling - Physics Today January 2007

Climate is a large-scale phenomenon that emerges from complicated interactions among small-scale physical systems. Yet despite the phenomenon's complexity, climate models have demonstrated some impressive successes.