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Environmental groups demand inquiry after Exxon ‘misled public’ on climate

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

In call for attorney general to investigate, top activists say company acted deceptively despite knowing about climate change ‘as early as the 1970s’
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Climate Change Threatens an Iconic Desert Tree

Originally Published by National Geographic

Close your eyes and imagine a species living in a harsh environment threatened by climate change.

Cod’s Continuing Decline Linked to Warming Gulf of Maine Waters

Originally Published by NYT > Environment

Thousand-year deluge in South Carolina

Originally Published by Climate.gov

What does it take for a weather event to eclipse in attention the development of a Category 4 hurricane just offshore of the southeast U.S. coastline?

GEOGLAM: Working Together to Reduce Poverty and Fight Global Hunger

A global effort to make agricultural projections available to anyone with an Internet connection may hold the key to fighting hunger and reducing poverty.

GEOGLAM Collaboration Builds Bright Future for a Strong Earth Observation Tradition

GEOGLAM’s collaboration between Space agencies and advancements in technology are opening the door for critical prediction of agricultural production and food security.

The ‘Great Grain Robbery’ of 1972

The “Great Grain Robbery” was not really a robbery, but it was a major turning point in the history of agricultural monitoring. In 1972, the U.S. and the U.S.S.R were deep in the middle of the Cold War, but that did not stop the daily business of trade among nations.

Space debris poised for fiery reentry

Originally Published by EarthSky

Small object WT1190F. It will become the first chunk of space debris whose time and location of re-entry has been predicted. This image, acquired October 9, is from the University of Hawaii’s 2.2 meter telescope on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Image via B. Bolin, R. Jedicke and M. Micheli.

Only four percent of the ocean is protected, research shows

Originally Published by Earth & Climate News — ScienceDaily

Despite global efforts to increase the area of the ocean that is protected, only four per cent of it lies within marine protected areas (MPAs), according to a new study.

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