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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 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.
SOP newswire2President Obama to Bypass Congress With Carbon Taxes? What Does This Mean? - In his nationally televised press conference last week, President Obama indicated that carbon taxes may be imposed on the U.S. through regulations promulgated by the Environmental Protection Agency in a move designed to bypass Congress altogether.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: Climate Change Financing Challenging - It also underscored that the prudent and results-based use of funds would greatly enhance the credibility of both developed and developing nations in raising and using resources.
Robert Paul ReyesDisturbing New Trend: Some Yahoos Take Only One Shower Per Week! - Last year, a poll for tissue manufacturer SCA found that 41% of British men and 33% of women don't shower every day, with 12% of people only having a proper wash once or twice a week.
SOP newswire3UN Member States Endorse Plan To Halt Biodiversity Loss - Member States of the United Nations have adopted a new 10-year global strategy designed to halt the loss of the world biological diversity.
SOP newswire3UN: Agriculture Must Be Climate Smart - The UN calls for agriculture in developing countries to become "climate-smart` to cope with the twin challenges of climate change and population growth.
Ernest DempseyGreen Books Campaign to Review 200 Titles on 10th November - Green Books Campaign will review 200 books on November 10, 2010 for promoting environment-friendly publishing.
SOP newswire3UN Sends Experts To Hungary To Assess Health Impact Of Sludge Spill - The UN dispatched a team of experts to Hungary to support the Government-led assessment of potential immediate and longer-term health impacts of a sludge spill.
SOP newswire3UN Combats Climate Change - The UN will release one case study daily for 30 days to prove that solutions to combat global warming " ranging from planting trees to creating mass markets for solar water heaters " are available.
Robert Paul ReyesAl Gore Is An Oxygen Thief - British environmentalists have withdrawn a video in which a teacher blows up children who refuse to reduce their carbon footprint.
SOP newswire3UN Seeks To Conserve Bats - The UN launched the Year of the Bat to conserve the world`s only flying mammal and its critical role in seed dispersal and pollination for the benefit of humankind.
Inactive WriterDisappearing Sea Ice Forces Walruses to Alaskan Shores - Walruses are coming to northwest Alaskan shores in droves due to the ice they once walked upon melting away.
SOP newswire2Kenya's Bitter Brew Coffee Farmers Face Rough Times - According to the Kenyan Coffee Board, an estimated six million people are employed directly or indirectly in the coffee industry.
Inactive WriterIs Greenland Breaking Apart? Massive Island of Ice Breaks Away - A massive block of ice covering an area of 100 square miles has broken away from the Petermann glacier along the northwest coast of Greenland, leaving the 43-mile long glacier without one quarter of its mass.
Robert Paul ReyesIndonesian Mount Sinabung Volcano Erupts! Thousands Of Villagers Flee In Panic! - After four-hundred years of silence a volcano in Indonesia has erupted for the third time in less than a week.
SOP newswire2New Gulf of Mexico Explosion Illustrates Danger of Offshore Drilling - That moratorium covered only a small fraction of the more than 3,600 oil and gas production operations in the Gulf.
SOP newswire2Sea Turtles Still in Danger - A recent study suggests that nearly 80% of the oil released by the Deepwater Horizon offshore disaster remains.
SOP newswire2How Does Business and The World Economy Cash in on Global Warming? - Record heat in Moscow was more than 30 degrees above normal this year. Before the summer of 2010 analysts scoffed at such ludicrous predictions in the absence of historic backing.
Ernest Dempsey"Food Fray" by Lisa H. Weasel - Lis H. Weasel informs on the history of controversy surrounding the genetic modification of human food.
SOP newswire2Loons Marking a Decade of Eyeing Each Other - Wildlife Conservation Society`s Adirondack program, partners and volunteers conduct popular 10th annual loon census
SOP newswire2Thunderstorms Are a Deadly, Destructive Force - According to the National Weather Service, every thunderstorm produces lightning. On average, 300 people are injured and 80 people are killed each year in the U.S. by lightning.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: Act On Climate Change Now! - Ban Ki-moon today warned of the risks posed by inaction on climate change.
SOP newswire2Securing Wildlife Conservation Into The Future - Wildlife Conservation Society Applauds Administration for Protecting Migratory Bird and Caribou Calving Habitat in Arctic Alaska, Amid New Lease Sales
SOP newswire2No Snow in Lake Placid? - Climate Change in the Adirondacks Warns Upstate New York Climate Could Become As Warm As Georgia in Coming Decades
SOP newswire2Polar Bears vs. Sea Turtles - Polar bears drowning as the sea ice they need to survive melts away. Sea turtles, pelicans and other wildlife coated in oil, poisoned in their homes as the result of America`s addition to oil.
SOP newswire3President Barack Obama Praises Military Support in Gulf - President Barack Obama today praised the role the military is playing as part of oil spill response efforts in the Gulf of Mexico.
Robert Paul ReyesNuke The Ruptured Oil Well? - The chatter began weeks ago as armchair engineers brainstormed for ways to stop the torrent of oil spilling into the Gulf of Mexico: What
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