Archive for April, 2011
The Antarctic Peninsula has warmed rapidly for the last half-century or more, and recent studies have shown that an adjacent area, continental West Antarctica, has steadily warmed for at least 30 years, but scientists haven’t been sure why. New University of Washington research shows that rising sea surface temperatures in the area of the Pacific [...]
Scientists who predicted a few years ago that Arctic summers could be ice-free by 2013 now say summer sea ice will probably be gone in this decade. The original prediction, made in 2007, gained Wieslaw Maslowski’s team a deal of criticism from some of their peers. Now they are working with a new computer model [...]
While the discussions continue about climate change, this is a sobering presentation as to the outcome for the Arctic and some of its inhabitants. var showHover=false;
Posted: April 9th, 2011 under Climate Change, Climate Politics, Foundation News, Nature, Tipping Points.
Tags: arctic, Climate Change, endangered wildlife, Ice free Arctic, icesheet loss, Tipping Points
As many would know Suzanne Sparling of Arizona has served as Executive Director of US Operations for the Greenhouse Neutral Foundation for the last 2 years. Her tireless efforts just prove how the voice of one can, and ultimately does, become the Voice for Change by many. Read the following and join her and the [...]
There are a growing number of inspirational activists rising to the challenge to make a difference in the World. There has never been a better time to be an Activist. In the 60’s activists of the day changed the World. Today more than ever we have at our fingertips the tools to get the job [...]