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Guardian: ‘No one’s an exception’: toll of climate change, from US to the Marshall Islands

25. November 2016 Leave a comment

https://embed.theguardian.com/embed/video/world/video/2016/sep/15/climate-change-marshall-islands-global-warming

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the guardian: Global coral bleaching event might become new normal, expert warns

22. September 2016 Leave a comment
Bleaching may be standard by 2020s says leading reef researcher as new images show the damage to areas around Japanese islands of Okinawa [more…]


Coral bleaching in Okinawa – in pictures



February breaks global temperature records by ‘shocking’ amount

14. March 2016 Leave a comment
Warnings of climate emergency after surface temperatures 1.35C warmer than average temperature for the month [more…]
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sueddeutsche: In der Arktis war es mehr als zehn Grad zu warm

11. March 2016 Leave a comment
Analysen des europäischen Erdbeobachtungsprogramms Copernicus zeigen extreme Temperaturveränderungen. In weiten Teilen Europas, Russlands und der Arktis lagen die Temperaturen im Februar 2016 zwischen fünf und 15 Grad über den langjährigen Durchschnittswerten. [mehr…]

the guardian: Paris climate change agreement: the world’s greatest diplomatic success

14. December 2015 Leave a comment
With all 196 nations having a say, the UN climate deal, with all its frustrations and drama, has proven that compromise works for the planet [more…]

zeit.de: Ein Grundsatzstreit spaltet den Klimagipfel

13. December 2014 Leave a comment

Auf der Konferenz in Lima debattieren die Delegierten über ein neues Kompromisspapier. Der Widerstand ist groß, eine Einigung nicht in Sicht. [mehr…]

New York Times: Scientists Warn of Rising Oceans From Polar Melt

A large section of the mighty West Antarctica ice sheet has begun falling apart and its continued melting now appears to be unstoppable, two groups of scientists reported on Monday. If the findings hold up, they suggest that the melting could destabilize neighboring parts of the ice sheet and a rise in sea level of 10 feet or more may be unavoidable in coming centuries. [more…]