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Battered by extreme weather, Americans are more worried about climate change | Dana Nuccitelli

After months of intense hurricanes, heat waves, and droughts, a survey finds a record number of Americans worried about climate change. The latest climate change survey from Yale and George Mason Universities is out, and it shows that Americans are still poorly-informed about the causes of global warming. »
20 Nov, 13:10 - guardian -  - 

This week in climate news (19 November 2017)

The most popular articles from the past week. »
19 Nov, 18:00 - climatiq -  - 

At Bonn, the stakes got higher in our gamble on the planet's future

Perhaps the most revealing moment at this year's United Nations climate talks came on Wednesday, when Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany addressed the nearly 200 nations gathered here. »
19 Nov, 04:30 - smh -  - 

Nations keep global climate deal on track despite U.S. pullout

Nearly 200 nations made progress toward keeping a landmark 2015 global deal to tackle climate change on track at United Nations talks ending on Friday despite a U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw. »
17 Nov, 19:50 - reuters -  - 

How Dirt Can Clean the Air

Soil management offers huge potential for keeping carbon emissions in the ground -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com. »
17 Nov, 19:11 - scientificamerican -  - 

'We should be on the offensive' – James Hansen calls for wave of climate lawsuits

Veteran climate scientist says litigation campaign against government and fossil fuels companies is essential alongside political mobilisation in fighting ‘growing, mortal threat’ of global warming. »
17 Nov, 12:20 - guardian -  - 

Bonn: Climate engineering is risky, but should be explored, experts say at UN conference

Climate engineering, or climate intervention, is risky but needs to be explored as a supplement – not as a 'Plan B' – to greenhouse gas emissions reduction, said experts at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 23) in Bonn, Germany. »
17 Nov, 03:10 - UN -  - 

Seas Do Not Rise Evenly--It Matters Which Glaciers Melt

New research predicts how coastlines around the world will be affected by ice melt in different places -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com. »
16 Nov, 18:30 - scientificamerican -  - 

Climate change denial or indifference are 'perverse attitudes': pope

Denying climate change or being indifferent to its effects are "perverse attitudes" that block research and dialogue aimed at protecting the future of the planet, Pope Francis said on Thursday. »
16 Nov, 18:30 - reuters -  - 

‘I am counting on all youth to influence decisions in their countries’

The Swiss Youth for Climate organisation has sent a group of delegates to this week’s United Nations Climate Conference in Bonn, Germany. One of the young participants wanted to know how small island nations are being affected by a changing climate and spoke with a representative from the Seychelles to find out. »
16 Nov, 15:00 - swissinfo -  - 

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