The polar bear—stranded on a shrinking ice floe and struggling to survive as global warming melts its Arctic habitat and limits its access to prey—has become one of the iconic symbols of climate change. But beyond the poignant symbolism, the truth remains this: the polar bears are in big trouble. According to a new study published in the current...
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With U.S. corporate interests revved up to plunder ever more fossil fuel, NASA has released a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere - the deadly result of all that plunder - travels around the globe. Called a “Nature Run,” the high resolution visualization, launched at a supercomputing conference, shows massive red plumes of carbon dioxide swirling and churning with the winds and seasons. Mesmerizing. Terrifying.
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Oil Change International
Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense
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