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The ongoing rise in greenhouse gas emissions may trigger a rapid, irreversible collapse in an Antarctic ice sheet the size of Mexico, with potentially catastrophic consequences, a study published last week in the journal Nature found.
Extreme temperatures linked to climate change can be expected to cause a significant increase in the number of premature deaths, according to a report released Monday by the Obama administration.
A new report nearly doubles previous predictions for sea level rise if global emissions continue unabated, portending a doomsday scenario for many of the world’s coastal cities.

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05.05.2015 16:36:00 | fosters.com
Rising seas pose significant risks to New Hampshire coastal communities and ecosystems, cultural resources and the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, according to new research from the University of New Hampshire.

05.05.2015 16:31:00 | Popular Science
Study after study shows that Antarctica isn't in great shape. Its ice shelves are disappearing and its ice sheets are collapsing, hastening swiftly rising sea levels. Sounds terrible.

27.03.2015 06:13:00 | The Cubic Lane
The rising of the sea level, caused by global warming (climate change), has accelerated during the past twenty years. “The last two decades, the sea has risen faster than during the rest of the twentieth century: from 1.7 mm per year to 3.2 mm per year,” said Anny Cazenave, a French scientist and one of the authors of a report entitled Climate Change and Sea Level: From the Planet to the French coast.

27.03.2015 06:11:00 | The Hope News
Antarctica is losing its ice shelves faster that scientists previously thought, according to a new study. The study reveals that those ice shelves are likely melting 70% faster than previously thought.

26.03.2015 10:54:00 | The Inquisitr News
A new study released in Nature Climate Change warns that global warming is causing a slowdown in the great ocean circulation, the Washington Post reports.

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