<a href="https://www.theguardian.com">https://www.theguardian.com</a> - Damian Carrington
http://www.voanews.com - Reutgers
Rising temperatures caused by climate change may cost the world economy over $2 trillion in lost productivity by 2030 as hot weather makes it unbearable to work in some parts of the world, according to U.N. research published Tuesday.
Nassos Stylianou, Paul Rincon and John Walton
Find out how and why the Earth's climate is changing as Paris hosts a major summit to discuss global warming.
But we had so much snow this winter! But it’s only a couple degrees! But the temperature in my hometown feels fine! We’ve heard it all from climate change deniers.
For the second time in a month, leading scientists have closely tied the ancient history of the vast Antarctic ice sheet to a key planetary parameter that humans are now controlling — the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
A new NASA study finds that the recent drought that began in 1998 in the eastern Mediterranean Levant region, which comprises Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, and Turkey, is likely the worst drought of the past nine centuries.
<a href="http://www.climatechangenews.com/">http://www.climatechangenews.com/</a> - Ed King
Hottest year on record linked to soaring levels of drought, heatwaves and rising seas, but better warning systems mean fewer deaths
BARCELONA, Jan 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The erosion of wealth among the world's middle class due to climate change is a threat to economic and social stability which could spur its 1 billion members to push for action on global warming, Swiss bank UBS Group AG said.
<a href="http://www.marketplace.org/">http://www.marketplace.org/</a> - Ingrid Lobet
A giant stream of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, is blowing hundreds of feet into the air in Los Angeles County for the seventh week.