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description = Human induced climate change study. Humans have caused the destruction of the Earth's environment. Our planet has become unfit for human life. The question now becomes can we adapt to the new environment fast enough?"
Global Warming Has Caused Irreparable Damageby The Membrane Domain & InternetU.org
Abstract: It's Too LateGlobal warming has caused irreparable damage to our environment. Almost all scientist agree that IN FACT global warming is a problem.
Humans have caused the destruction of the Earth's environment. Our planet has become unfit for human life. Now the question is can we adapt in time?
Sample Of Scientists' Quotes
We are not saying that the Earth's temperature is just going to rise. In general, as energy is added to a system, the fluctuations in the system increase. So, we expect more storms, more droughts, more wildfires, more floods, more fluctuations of all kinds. What we are saying is that weather conditions will become more volatile due to the impact of humans.
"Coral cover will decrease to less than 5 percent on most reefs by the middle of the century, under even the most favorable assumptions."
"There is little to no evidence that corals can adapt fast enough to match even the lower projected temperature rise."
"If you want to change people's behaviour, you need time. The question I now ask myself is, do we have enough time?"
"Turn out the lights... the fossil fuel party's over."
Radical Solution to Climate Change: Global Dimming Through Sulphur, Triple Pundit (2008)
Prince Charles Urges Forest Logging Halt, BBC (2008)
Foliage Spoilage & the Trees' Canopy Collapse, The Membrane Domain (2007)
Early 2007 Saw Record-breaking Extreme Weather: U.N., Laura MacInnis (2007)
Scientist's Panel Says Global Warming Real, Worsening, Seth Borenstein (2007)
46 Nations Want Global Warming Police, Angela Charlton and Seth Borenstein (2007)
Greenland: Slip Sliding Away, S. Mukherjee (2006)
Floodplain Maps Force Towns Into Tricky Waters, Diane Mastrull, Philadelphia Inquirer (2006)
Global Warming Fuels U.S. Forest Fires, Sara Goudarzi (2006)
Antarctic Ice Sheet Losing Mass, GRACE / NASA (2006)
North Pole Meets South Pole: Earth Is Melting at Both Ends, Bill Blakemore, ABC News (2006)
Melting Away, Mike Davis (2005)
Envi ronmental Decay May Prompt Refugee Surge-study, Reuters (2005)
Some Experts Say It's Time to Evacuate the Coast (for Good), NY Times, Cornelia Dean (2005)
U.S. Resists Strong Global Warming Language at G8, USA Today (2005)
Bush Aide Changed Data on Global Warming Reports, Elites TV (2005)
Global Warming Denial?, The Membrane Domain (2005)
Study Predicts City Flood Threat Due to Warming, Susan Milligan (2005)
Feted and Hated, Kyoto Enters Into Force, Reuters (2005)
Sea Level Rise, S. Mukherjee (2004)
Global warming: a perspective from earth history, Stratigraphy Commission of the Geological Society of London (2004)
Heatwave Study, Alister Doyle (2004)
Real, Philippines, AP (2004)
The Eastern Ribbon Snake, S. Mukherjee & D. Brouse (2004)
Surprise CO2 Rise May Speed Up Global Warming McCarthy (2004)
Arctic Thaw Threatens People, Polar Bears Doyle (2004)
Climate Change Rises on Global Agenda, Charles J. Hanley (2004)
Only Nuclear Power Can Now Halt Global Warming, Michael McCarthy (2004)
Retreating glaciers trigger Alaskan tremors, Geological Society of London (2004)
Sidd's Summary, S. Mukherjee (2004)
Ocean Report, Portsmouth Herald (2004)
Salt Water Intrusion, University of San Carlos-Water Resource Center (2004)
Ocean Circulation Directly Linked to Abrupt Climate Change, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (2004)
The Origins of Human-influenced Climate Change, Richard Lovett (2004)
Argentina Glacier Loses Giant Wall of Ice, AP (2004)
The Fight Against the Rising Tide, Charles Arthur (2004)
Arrival Of The Cuckoo Wasp, D. Brouse (2003)
Fears Rise For Sinking Sundarbans, BBC (2003)
Oil, S. Mukherjee (2003)
Mystery Cancer Wiping Out Tasmanian Devils, Reuters (2003)
New Zealand Farmers Sniffy Over Flatulence Tax, Reuters (2003)
South American Glaciers' Big Melt, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (2003)
Signals Mount That a New El Niño is Gathering Steam, Peter N. Spotts (2002)
Bush Rejects Global Warming Treaty, Associated Press (2001)
This Year Was the 2nd Hottest, Confirming a Trend, U.N. Says, Associated Press (2001)
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