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Ramp-Up in Antarctic Ice Loss Speeds Sea Level Rise

Ice losses from Antarctica have tripled since 2012, increasing global sea levels by 0.12 inch (3 millimeters) in that timeframe alone, according to a major new international climate assessment funded by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA).

SOP newswire2Don't Foreclose on the Climate - Our new president-elect wisely reminded us during his victory speech last week that "as we celebrate tonight, we know the challenges that tomorrow will bring are the greatest of our lifetime."
SOP newswire2Energy Independence and the Real Cost of Oil - These newly released findings fall within the larger context of NPP's Energy Priorities Project.
SOP newswire2EPA Appoints New Head of Independent Clean Air Science Advisory Panel - EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson today announced the appointment of Dr. Jonathan Samet, an expert on human health effects of air pollutants, as chair of the Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC).
SOP newswire2The Digital Television Transition: No Need to Trash Your TV - Last year Americans disposed of more than 20 million TVs, which represents a lost opportunity to conserve natural resources such as copper and iron.
SOP newswire2Chinese Premier: Nationwide Energy Saving Efforts - The government and the public should take more responsibility for saving electricity and fuel
SOP newswireEU tackles standy energy consumption - The regulation lays down energy efficiency requirements for all products sold in Europe, thus cutting the EU's standby electricity consumption by almost 75% by 2020.
SOP newswireGreenhouse Agreement at G8 - Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda says the accord allows each nation to set their own "aggressive" midterm goals towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
SOP newswireLlaima erupts - Authorities say populated areas are not immediately threatened. Evacuations minimal for time being.
SOP newswire2Lower Gas Prices, Drilling Will Not Help - This time, McCain is pushing for offshore drilling at home, a solution that is not only damaging to the environment, but won't help lower our gas
Robert Paul ReyesThe Enemy of the Environment is President George W. Bush - Bush is Public Enemy Number One when it comes to protecting the environment, he takes a perverse delight in opposing green-friendly legislation.
Robert Paul ReyesCongress: Graveyard for Global Warming and Energy Bills - A Hooter's waitress has a better chance of working her shift without receiving unwelcome sexual advances, than a climate bill has of clearing Congress.
Robert Paul ReyesWe Must Consider Unusual Ways To Conserve Energy - It`s important to realize that there are no short-term solutions, there is nothing Congress or the president can do that will give consumers immediate relief.
SOP newswireClimate Change Bill blocked by US Senate - Opponents, including U.S. President George Bush, said the measure would bring $6 trillion in new costs to the economy and put U.S. businesses at a disadvantage with foreign competitors.
SOP newswire2 Tonkawa Tribe Gets $60,000 Award From EPA - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $60,000 to the Tonkawa Tribe`s Water Pollution Control
SOP newswire2Fort Wayne, Indiana agrees to make $250 million in improvements to sewer system - The City of Fort Wayne, Ind., has agreed to make an estimated $250 million worth of improvements to resolve longstanding problems with overflows from its sewer system, the Justice Department
Texas Fish and GameBook Says Pintail Problems Multi-dimensional - A new book by award-winning outdoor writer Chester Moore explains that problems with pintails are multi-faceted.
Texas Fish and GameGators in the Crosshairs, and Bears in Texas - The September issue of Texas Fish & Game magazine carries reports on several controversies involving alligators, and features a story of a black bear captured on video...
SOP newswireG8 seeks long-term plan by 2010 to replace Kyoto Protocol - Washington " Leaders of the Group of Eight (G8) countries have agreed on an accelerated process that eventually can lead to
SOP newswireEPA Hearings on California Air Resources Board's Request for Waiver - Washington, D.C. EPA will hold hearings in Arlington, VA on May 22 and Sacramento, CA on May 30, to provide additional opportunity for the public to participate in a comment period regarding California Air Resources
SOP newswireAsbestos Removal Technology Looking Good Says EPA Study - The Environmental Protection Agency today announced the release of a draft report that evaluates an alternative demolition process for buildings containing asbestos. Scientists and engineers from EPA"s National Risk Management Research
SOP newswireAsian Development Bank Joins Methane to Markets Partnership - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that the Asian Development Bank has joined the international Methane to Markets Partnership. Manila-based ADB will provide expertise and knowledge on implementing and financing full-scale projects. ADB has extensive experience with
SOP newswireHartford's St. Paul Travelers Campus Achieves ENERGY STAR Designation - One of Hartford"s prominent insurance company facilities is now also noted as a cross-country symbol of energy efficiency. St. Paul Travelers" two largest campuses " in Hartford, Conn., and St. Paul, Minn. " have been awarded the ENERGY STAR label for demonstrating superior energy performance.
SOP newswireMake School Environments Healthier - PHILADELPHIA " For parents, grandparents, and caregivers every day involves looking out for a child"s health. Each year October is set
SOP newswireU.S. EPA announces $82 million sewage system agreement with city of San Diego - SAN FRANCISCO " The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today an $82 million consent decree with the city of San Diego,
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