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Environmental Change in the News 4/6/12 to 4/19/12

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

'Meteorological March madness' only slimly related to climate change -- analysis

As climate becomes less certain, so does China's ability to feed itself

Centuries-old ecosystems shifting in Ariz. deserts

Climate change's massive impact on disease and illness is largely overlooked -- researchers

Climate migrants present a maze of unresolved legal problems

Climatologists confirm that 98 percent of Colo. is experiencing drought

Coral is less vulnerable to global warming than previously feared -- study

Dying corals -- milestones along a meandering path to famine

European nations launch long-term tree study

Forests' carbon capture abilities will peak in the future

Nations should prepare for more costly and intense natural disasters -- study

New energy-saving lighting, water heaters, heating/cooling systems emerge

Researchers conclude CO2 was the 'big driver' at the end of the last ice age

Think green energy is just for geeks? Think again

Unseasonably warm weather causes more wildfires in Vt.

Wash. may face $10B annual bill for climate change impacts



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