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    News about climate change and global warming. Coverage of scientific reports of sea level rise and how to prevent further effects of global climate change.

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    Sea Levels Continue Rising as Antartic Ice Melts

    Researchers have revealed that Antartica's ice sheet is melting at a rate that is raising sea levels by a half millimetre a year. Some 200 billion tons of ice from Antartica is melting annually, tripling the rate over the last 10 years.
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    Great Barrier Reef Coral ‘Decimated’ by Recent Catastrophes

    Data presented by the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) indicates that the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) has seen a significant decline in coral cover over its northern, central and southern reefs over the past 2 years.
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    Carbon Dioxide Extraction Moves Towards Commercialisation

    An updated analysis suggests the cost of extracting a tonne of CO2 from the atmosphere now ranges between US$94 and $232. 2011 analysis put the cost at $600 per tonne.
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    Global Warming Fight to be Aided by Meat-Free Dumplings

    A new weapon in the battle against greenhouse gases is being launched with omnipork - a shiitake mushroom, rice and pea protein. The meat-free dumplings have been created by Canadian scientists and Hong Kong climate campaigners in the hope of persuading people to help save the environment.
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    Bee-keepers Issue Urgent Appeal After Finding Stricken Hives

    BEE populations have been decimated on the east coast of Canada, prompting bee-keepers to ask the public to plant wildflowers.
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    Adoption of Renewables, and What the Government is Doing to Make Our Roads Greener

    While individual action is an important step to restoring ecological balance to our polluted world, it’s not enough to really tip the scales. In order to really make a difference, the very industries that have polluted the world need to take action as well. This is where the US government comes in.
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    Uber Rides on with eBike Sharer Jump Acquisition

    Uber's acquisition of Jump, an ebike services provider, will help pave the way for a wider adoption of ebikes all across the United States, and eventually, in other developed countries as well.
    China Makes 2017 a Global Hit for Solar Energy

    China Makes 2017 a Global Hit for Solar Energy

    China is leading the world in solar technology, accounting with a 45% share in all solar energy projects currently in operation worldwide. With this speed towards topping the renewable energy and eco-friendliness chart, China is surely eyeing to become an undisputed name in environmental-friendly tech in the near future.
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    People Go Plastic-Free as Australian State Ban Looms

    Western Australian government' single-use plastic bag ban is underway, and with it, a large number of Western Australians are gradually adjusting to living and shopping without the aid of traditional plastic bags for good.
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    Conjuring Water from Thin Air is India’s Next Big Thing

    An Indian startup has taken on a mission to produce pure drinking water from the thin atmosphere air by using their own type of revolutionary technology.

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