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Wild young mountain goats scrambling through the Italian Alps are shrinking. Fast.
A leading meteorologist who co-founded the Weather Channel has issued an open letter slamming global warming science and arguing that man-made climate change is a myth created to push a political agenda. "There is no significant man-made global warming at this time, there has been none in the past, and ...
Brooks Hays DURHAM, England, Oct. 22 (UPI) -- A new study suggests the size of one species has been particularly affected by global warming -- the Alpine chamois, a species of mountain goat in Europe.
WASHINGTON -- Politicians and outside groups are spending a lot of money this year to talk about energy and the environment. Republicans want the Keystone XL pipeline and to roll back Environmental Protection Agency standards. Democrats want stronger emission limits and to address climate change.
Let's look a little more closely at global warming. Mr. de Vries begins by reference to our "uses of hydro-carbon fuels, believed to be the main human contributor to global warming," and adds, "Global warming is alarming—even if only 1.5˚ F in 200 years."
The comments were made by John Coleman in an open letter attacking the UN. The 80-year-old from San Diego said what 'little evidence' there is for global warming points to natural cycles in temperature.
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 09:01:19 GMT By Ross Courtney Yakima Herald-Republic Color/BlackColor/BlackMass Global warming is real, on the way and full of ramifications for the Yakima Valley, climatologist Cliff Mass, known for his centrist views and folksy style, told Rotarians on Thursday. “It’s going to happen; we’ve got to be ready for it,” Mass, a Universi...
Alpine chamois being squashed by global warming Climate change may be causing alpine goats to shrink in size, according to biologists at Durham University.…
The city of South Miami stated in its resolution that the concerns of South Florida, including climate change, are often ignored in Tallahassee.
Global warming over the past few decades has caused chamois goats in the Italian Alps to get smaller.