Environment

Dan Noble

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Dan Noble

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Managing Director, Inquiry International

Dan Noble is President/CEO of Noble Resources Group, a sustainable resource market development firm, based in Southern California. He has more than 20 years of environmental market research, publishing and strategic market consulting experience focused on expanding public and private sector investment in water, recycled water and recycled organics at the local, state, national and international policy and investment levels. ... Read more about Dan Noble

Near-Term Emissions Choices Could Lock In Climate Changes For Centuries To Millennia; Report Estimates Impacts From Various Levels Of Warming

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WASHINGTON — Choices made now about carbon dioxide emissions reductions will affect climate change impacts experienced not just over the next few decades but also in coming centuries and millennia, says a new report from the National Research Council. Because CO2 in the atmosphere is long lived, it can effectively lock the Earth and future generations into a range of impacts, some of which could become very severe. ... Read more about Near-Term Emissions Choices Could Lock In Climate Changes For Centuries To Millennia; Report Estimates Impacts From Various Levels Of Warming

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Multiple Heat Waves Cap Planet’s Warming Trend

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Climatewire: This time, the heat is really on. From Boston to Washington, D.C., temperatures have soared to 100 degrees or more in recent days, stressing electrical grids, scrambling rail transportation and prompting the swift creation of cooling centers for those who lack air conditioning. Central Canada, portions of the Middle East and China are also coping with searing heat. ... Read more about Multiple Heat Waves Cap Planet’s Warming Trend

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Study Says Undersea Release of Methane Is Under Way

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Climate scientists have long warned that global warming could unlock vast stores of the greenhouse gas methane that are frozen into the Arctic permafrost, setting off potentially s ... Read more about Study Says Undersea Release of Methane Is Under Way

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Iceland Leads Environmental Index As U.S. Falls

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By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL

A new ranking of the world’s nations by environmental performance puts some of the globe’s largest economies far down the list, with the United States sinking to 61st and China to 121st. ... Read more about Iceland Leads Environmental Index As U.S. Falls

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