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Environmental Change in the News 10/31/11 to 11/11/11

Reprinted from climatewire-10-31_11-11 with permission from Environment & Energy Publishing, LLC. www.eenews.net. 202-628-6500.


A new 'toolkit' for communities worried about climate change impacts

Climate change could cause major changes in San Francisco Bay area waters

Climate change has contributed to dry Mediterranean winters, study finds

Climate change is making some birds bigger, study finds

Rocky Mountain glaciers have grown slightly this year, say scientists

Energy needs of the West and water scarcity are on a collision course -- study

DHS official warns climate migration could overwhelm U.S. borders, Coast Guard

Climate refugees could be pushed into high-risk areas -- study

Severe Texas drought felt in the global economy

Seaweed moves south, threatening marine ecosystems

Seas warm more slowly, but researchers find velocity of change threatens species

Scientists spot NYC-sized iceberg breaking from Antarctica

Tracking ocean temperatures can help predict severity of forest fire seasons -- study

Study attributes $14B in health costs to some climate-related events

Insurers see physical risks from climate change, but not investment dangers

Fires, disease will push Pacific Northwest trees out of existing habitat -- study

Energy company CEO says businesses must address climate change

Climate change evaporates part of China's hydropower production

Alaska's damage from freak storm described as 'minor'

Alaska faces severe storm with less ice to protect its coasts

Severe Texas drought starts to harm water quality


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