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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 newswire3UN Reports First Signs of Antarctic Ozone Depletion This Year - Signs of ozone depletion are again appearing over the Antarctic, the United Nations reported today.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban to Visit Denver for Engagements on Renewable Energy - Secretary-General will tomorrow travel to Denver where he will deliver a speech at the University of and meet with industry leaders to discuss the need to promote renewable sources of energy.
Tom SkiAdventurers and Scientists for Conservation: An Update on This Extraordinary Organization! - Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation (ASC), opens people up to the most amazing studies and expeditions that are completed all across the world; from Wolverine studies to Grizzly Bear studies that are ongoing,
SOP newswire3UN Sponsors Writing Contest To Save Forests - Two teenagers` powerful pleas from the imagined standpoint of a tree to save the world`s forests beat out two million competitors to win gold medals today in the United Nations International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People.
Ron G AnselmYellowstone River Oil Spill Leaves Questions Unanswered for Exxon Mobil - Exxon Mobil Corps oil leaks into the yellowstone river and adds more frustration to this growing problem
SOP newswire2Rapid Action Needed As Record Number of Dead Sea Turtles Found in Gulf of Mexico - The National Marine Fisheries Service announced plans today to finally address the rash of sea turtle deaths in the Gulf of Mexico due to the shrimp trawl fishery.
Vincent GonzalezOcean Trouble, No Longer A World Away - A new study that came out Tuesday claims that ocean life as we know it is on the brink of a mass extinction.
SOP newswire2Climate Gap: Who is Committed and What Can Be Done! - Today, Ambassador Pablo Solon of the Plurinational State of Bolivia addressed reporters at the UN climate talks in Germany.
SOP newswire2Kyoto, A Focus on Protecting Forests Now - Today, as UN climate negotiations continued their slow start, Ambassador Pablo Solon of the Plurinational State of Bolivia outlined a clear vision to move negotiations forward.
SOP newswire2Developing Nations Are Far Exceeding Wealthy Nations on Cutting Emissions - "What's on the table in these negotiations is that 65% of emission reductions happen in developing countries and just 35% happen in developed countries, even though it is they who caused the problem of climate change.
Robert Paul Reyes Environmentalist Stressed Out Over Balloons Flying Over San Francisco - San Francisco environmental groups are criticizing a video game company for releasing 10,000 balloons into the air as part of a promotion for a new product.
SOP newswire2John Holdren Seeks to Push 'Green Energy' Agenda on Global-Warming Skeptics - White House science czar John Holdren is now on record saying there is a need to "educate" GOP climate skeptics on Capitol Hill to get in line with the White House's continuing green agenda.
SOP newswire2Human Activity Affects Extreme Weather? - Last week a severe storm froze Dallas under a sheet of ice, just in time to disrupt the plans of the tens of thousands of (American) football fans descending on the city for the Super Bowl.
SOP newswire3UN Celebrates World's Forests - The United Nations today kicked off a year-long celebration to raise awareness of the value of this important resource.
SOP newswire2Was 2010 The Hottest Year Ever? - Don't mean to sound like the kid in the front row that informs the cheap magician of a playing card protruding from beneath his shirtsleeve but, "I see the ace up your sleeve, Hansen."
SOP newswire2Global Warming, Ocean Acidification Remain Top Threats - The Center for Biological Diversity today filed a notice of its intent to sue the National Marine Fisheries Service for the agency`s failure to protect 82 imperiled coral species under the Endangered Species Act.
Robert Paul ReyesHow Do You Feel About Ten Cents Fee For Every Plastic Grocery Bag? - How do you feel about being charged ten cents for every plastic bag you use at the grocery store? That kind of legislation is on the table right now in Indiana.
SOP newswire2Pesticides Wiping Out the Honey Bees? - Since 2006, U.S. honey bee populations have been in precipitous decline, with some estimates suggesting losses as high as 30% per year.
SOP newswire3Ban Calls For Global Revolution To Ensure Clean Energy For All - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for a global revolution to address the world`s energy challenges.
SOP newswire2GOP Targeting Greenhouse-gas Regs - The Democrats last year tried but failed to pass a law to limit greenhouse gases and enable companies to buy and sell pollution permits, an idea known as "cap and trade."
Ron Robins (Mentor/Columnist)Cashing In on Climate Change - Climate change-sustainable investing has a big head of steam. And the effects of planetary climate change on most industries are going to be huge.
SOP newswire2Climategate: A Meteorologist Exposes the Global Warming Scam - Scientists have established a link between the cold, snowy winters in Britain and melting sea ice in the Arctic and have warned that long periods of freezing weather are likely to become more frequent in years to come.
SOP newswire3UN Praises Climate Change Deal Reached At Cancún - The UN climate change talks in Cancún have concluded with a package of decisions to help countries advance towards a low-emissions future.
SOP newswire3UN: Glacier Shrinking A Global Concern - The UN environment chief is calling for the urgent development of adaptation strategies ranging from urban planning to improved water storage in the face of intensified rain fall and glacier shrinkage.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Makes Plea For Global Agreement On Climate Change - Ban Ki-moon today made an impassioned plea for agreement at the United Nations climate change conference in Cancún.
SOP newswire2Severe Drought in Israel: Will Rain Prayers Be Answered? - Israel's main water source is at a all time low and has passed all red lines.
SOP newswire2Why Should The Government Stay Out of Green Energy? - Real estate prices remain the highest in the country here, and construction costs are exorbitant too.
SOP newswire2Here Come The Energy Police! California Installing Millions of Smart Meters - As Red Alert has previously warned, the energy police are about to invade your home with "smart meters," new electronic/Internet based devices that determine precisely how much energy you are using.
SOP newswire2The Bluefins Are Struggling! - These submarine speedsters were already in steep decline due to overfishing.
SOP newswire2US Biofuel Growers Hit a High Water Mark with Another Plentiful Crop - American farmers are expected to produce the third-largest corn crop and yield-per-acre on record, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture`s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates.
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