Most US wildfires started by humans

Between 1992 and 2012, humans were more responsible than natural causes for wildfires in the US, due to population growth, urban expansion and global warming.
Posted On 07 Mar 2017
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Human actions caused 2016’s record heat

“For the first time in recorded history, we have now had three consecutive record-warm years for both the globe and the northern hemisphere.
Posted On 20 Jan 2017
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Carbon cuts will not prevent sea level rise  

Short-lived greenhouse gases will continue to affect the oceans for centuries however much the world achieves by carbon cuts. We are going to live with this for a very long time.
Posted On 17 Jan 2017
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Flood and hurricane risk varies widely across US

New evidence based on groundwater and stream flow reveals mixed messages for the United States, as flood and hurricane frequency depends on region.
Posted On 07 Jan 2017
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The Weather Network launches the Severe Weather Outlook

New desktop and mobile web product helps users prepare for significant weather events up to 3 days in advance
Posted On 15 Dec 2016
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Building a more resilient Toronto – Search on for Chief Resilience Officer

City of Toronto launches major resilience-building initiative to prepare Toronto for urban stresses of 21st century
Posted On 09 Dec 2016
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Unhealthy forests affect distant ecosystems

When a significant number of trees die, due to drought, heat, insect infestation or exploitation, the climate of forests in faraway lands is altered
Posted On 09 Dec 2016
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Northeastern US faces fiercer hurricanes

Stronger, more frequent storms will pummel the northern Atlantic coast of the US as human consumption of fossil fuels causes hurricanes to change course.
Posted On 07 Dec 2016
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