Climate Change Australia

We should take care of our planet and children too. Healthy families will think healthy. We should take care of our planet and children too. Healthy families will think healthy. Tall people and small people eat the same amount of food.:) Drug The Sceptics! Make Children Shorter! https://www.youtube.com/embed/KzBVtmyN6_Y?version=3&rel=0&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=0&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent By Andrew Bolt ~ Meet the global …

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New study about Dust on Snow Controls Springtime River Rise in West

According to studies publications from the journal Geophysical Research from the University of Utah, University of Colorado, and University of California, Santa Barbara. "They found that when it's clean, the rise to the peak streamflow is slower, and generally you get a smaller peak." Painter said. "When the snowpack is really dusty, water just blasts …

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NRA has nuke plant volcano checklist, but experts point to eruptions’ unpredictability — nuclear-news

When it comes to volcanic threats to nuclear power stations, the Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) requires utilities to do a lot of digging. The NRA demands that utilities evaluate the potential risks presented by any volcanoes within 160 kilometers of a given plant. That evaluation begins with a look through the written record for any […] …

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The Arctic Report Card

Jeremy Mathis, NOAA Arctic Research Program he said in," The Arctic Report Card". The Arctic is like a refrigerator whose door has been left open and cold is spilling out cascading throughout the norther hemisphere. The average surface air temperature for the year ending September 2017 is the 2nd warmest since 1900; however, cooler spring …

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New regulations set to cost Alberta’s large carbon emitters upwards of $1.2 billion a year — Financial Post

CALGARY — Large carbon emitters in Alberta are expected to pay upwards of $1.2 billion a year in levies by 2020 under updated regulations announced Wednesday. The government, however, said its plan includes a phase-in period and significant funding assistance to make it easier for industry to adapt to the new regime, while offsets and… via …

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