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Environmental Change in the News 3/24/12 to 4/5/12

Reprinted from ClimateWire with permission from Environment & Energy Publishing, LLC. www.eenews.net. 202-628-6500.


Birds respond to global warming by slowly moving northward

Climate change threatens plants and insects in the Rockies

Experts worry about 'compost bombs' heating up in world's peatlands

Harsher Antarctic winters could harm vulnerable seal pups

Hotter summers could eventually spell doom for brook trout

IPCC report sees 'disaster risk' for most of the planet

Kenya works on rural sustainability

Most of world's cities are unprepared for exploding population

No perfect solution as San Francisco faces rising tides

Old-growth forests can reduce the effects of global warming

Ousted Maldives president warns 'collective suicide' could be one outcome of rising seas

Science converges with insurance to enhance climate adaptation

Scientists see process that accelerates thinning of glacier ice

Solomon Islands will begin tracking climate change and land use

U.N. report sees climate among the forces ending herders' home on the range

U.S.-Canada panel says engineering solutions may provide some relief to shifting lake levels


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