In the past few days, a study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has been getting a lot of attention in the press, which, sadly is something of a rarity for scientific reports. The short version is that the study looked at the ongoing drought in California and concluded it appears to be largely driven by natural atmospheric and oceanic variability, rather than human-induced climate change.
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The traditional holiday meals of today could be very different if we don’t #ActOnClimate.
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When many Americans and Europeans want to learn about climate change, they open their newspapers or Internet browsers. Living in northern Pakistan, Asif Iqbal just opens his front door.
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