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Humans Are the Leading Cause of Wildfires in U.S.

Humans start 8 out of 10 forest fires leading to increased damage from fires nationwide. As reported by Christopher Joyce ...
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New Hurricane-Proof Glass Walls Allow Both Inward and Outward Opening

NanaWall's glass wall system can prevent water, wind and debris from hurricanes and storms from entering buildings up to 15 stories ...
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A Really Big Crack In An Antarctic Ice Shelf Just Got Bigger: NPR

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/01/06/508536211/a-really-big-crack-in-an-antarctic-ice-shelf-just-got-bigger ...
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The South Hunkers Down for Winter Storm

More unseasonably cold weather due to changes in global weather. http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/06/us/winter-storm-south-snow/ ...
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Antarctic Ice Shelf Poised to Break Within 10 Years, Raising Sea Levels 10 Feet

From ScienceWorldReport.com A 300-foot wide, 70-mile long, a third of a mile deep rift in the Antarctic ice shelf, Larsen ...
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Number of Insurers Addressing Climate Change Doubled in Last Two Years

In the past two years, as one record-breaking hot year followed another and property damages from Western wild fires and ...
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Thawing Permafrost from Global Warming is Slowly Crumbling Russia’s Northern Cities

A few buildings that are not affected were set on cement pilings drilled 100-ft.-deep, to where the ground remains frozen ...
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As Matthew Threatens, Florida Governor Slammed for Climate Denialism

Refusing to acknowledge the threat of global warming "would be irresponsible anywhere, but in a state like Florida, with so ...
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Looming Megadroughts in Western U.S. Would Make Current Drought Look Minor

From The Guardian: Looming megadroughts in western US would make current drought look minorWarming temperatures and uncertain rainfall mean if ...
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After Devastating Flood, Dawson Creek Business Rebounds, But Many Homeowners Must Pay Out of Pocket

As reported by the Dawson Creek Mirror: It’s been nearly three months since Dawson Creek swelled over its banks and ...
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China and the U.S. Have the Dubious Distinction of the Most Natural Disasters This Decade

The number of natural disasters AND the number of deaths is actually relatively low, compared with past decades, but the ...
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Video: Towering Flame Tornado Near Los Angeles May Be a Glimpse of What Global Warming Really Means

This terrifying video was shot by an ABC News team near Los Angeles, covering the latest extreme weather event, a ...
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New York Heat Wave’s Other Cost: Extreme Energy Usage

The stunning heat wave in New York and New Jersey has resulted in record power use. From DNAinfo.com: The heat ...
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Despite Sea Level Rise, Ft. Lauderdale’s Home Market Booms, as Governor Rick Scott Plays Nero

Defying logic and prudence, Fort Lauderdale keeps building, even as sea level rises. But no one seems to care: As ...
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Study Reveals Stunning Acceleration of Sea Level Rise | Climate Central

These charts from Climate Central sums up the dire situation: New study has charted an acceleration in sea level rise ...
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Climate Alarm: Greenland Loses a Trillion Tons of Ice in Four Years as Melting Rate Triples

As reported by The Independent: It’s no news that Greenland is in serious trouble — but now, new research has ...
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Rising Waters are Already Washing Out Donald Trump’s Florida Properties

South Florida officials "don't have the luxury" to debate climate change—they're already dealing with its effects. Source: Rising Waters Washing ...
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Rain That Caused Deadly Md. Flood a ‘1-in-1000’ Year Event

From USA TODAY: The rainfall that caused the devastating flash flood Ellicott City...USA TODAYRain that caused deadly Md. flood a ...
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Montana Wildfire Threatens 500 Homes

As reported by NBC News: RAVALLI COUNTY, Mont. - Montana's fast moving "roaring lion" fire, which sparked Sunday afternoon, has ...
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