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View Resource Oceans & Sea Level Rise: Consequences of Climate Change on the Oceans

One of the most pronounced effects of climate change has been melting of masses of ice around the world. Glaciers and ice sheets are large, slow-moving assemblages of ice that cover about 10% of the...
View Resource Climate Change

The term "climate change" is often used interchangeably with "global warming." However, given the wide range of impacts beyond temperature variations, the former is generally the preferred in the...
View Resource Study by NASA and University Scientists Shows World Temperature Reaching a Level Not Seen in Thousands of Years and Raises Grave Concern of Irreparable Harm

At the recent Washington Summit on Climate Stabilization, scientists and policy makers from US, Canada, Mexico. Australia, UK, and Iceland spoke of how close the world?s climate system could be to t...
View Resource Climate Alert

The Institute's newsletter, the Climate Alert, is now in its twentieth year as a principal source for policy makers on the likely impacts of climate change in the U.S. and abroad. Several Climate...
View Resource Climate Institute

The Climate Institute has been in a unique position to inform key decision-makers, heighten international awareness of climate change, and identify practical ways of achieving significant emissions...
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