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RESEARCH: Sea level rise from global warming likely to cause massive costs

A simple relationship between sea level rise and the massive potential costs of future coastal ...  
Government negligence and Australia's water crisis

In a world heading for a major water crisis, CSIRO cuts to water science will guarantee Australia ...  
STUDY: Global warming set to further increase inequality

As temperatures rise with climate change, the Earth’s natural capital will change too − but ...  
Carbon capture could be costly and risky

Scientists say attempts to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it safely are all ...  
Does Australia’s STEM problem start at the top?

Turnbull's talk of innovation is hampered within his own party which is made up mostly of lawyers ...  
CSIRO cuts slammed around the world

Far from being seen as "innovative", Australia has been internationally condemned for the latest ...  
Earth is running a fever - not that the CSIRO will be reporting on it now

The earth is running a fever but PM Turnbull thinks the CSIRO has more important things to do than ...  
BREAKTHROUGHS: Giant wind turbines and carbon filtering make power

Science can now make energy by building immense wind turbine blades and filtering carbon from the ...  
Turning up the heat on climate denialists

With ten of the hottest years on record occurring in only the last 18 years, DeSmogBlog's Graham ...  
The beginning of the Anthropocene Age: Humans leave indelible mark

The post-industrial impacts that humans have had on the Earth and its atmosphere may pinpoint the ...  
Campbell’s will label GMOs — and the sky will not fall

As debate rages in the U.S. over labelling of GMO's, one major food company has broken ranks with ...  
EPA confirms activists' longtime claims: Neonicotinoid pesticide threatens honeybees

Mike Ludwig from Truthout reports on the United States EPA's admission that neonicotinoid pesti ...  
The bunfight over super intelligence

Some very bright people think that the quest for artificial intelligence could become an existe ...  
Climate of procrastination: The curse of the short attention span

Unless we keep the pressure on our leaders, claims of progress at the Paris Climate Summit will ...  
Follow the money to climate science denial

A Greenpeace investigation uncovers a complex climate science denial machine involving cash from ...  
Possible 2015 carbon emissions decline provides boost for COP21

With atmospheric CO2 at its highest levels in 800,000 years, news of a possible halt in emissions ...  
Planet’s future hangs on Paris COP21 legacy

Scientists warn that any emissions reduction targets agreed at the UN climate summit that opens in ...  
Delhi: A climate change case study

Dangerous air-pollution levels in Delhi illustrate why multifactorial pollution must not be ...