Tampa Bay one of the top most vulnerable areas to sea level rise, scientists say | WTSP.com

Tampa Bay landmarks like the Tampa Riverwalk could be underwater in the next 80 years, according to scientists. By 2100, NOAA predicts the sea level will rise approximately four feet. It may seem like a long time from now, but these outlooks are based on climate change effects we’re seeing today. Source: Tampa Bay one […]
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Too hot to fly? Climate change may disrupt air travel | The Seattle Times

As the global climate changes, disruptions are likely to become more frequent, researchers say, potentially making air travel costlier and less predictable and with a greater risk of injury to travelers from increased turbulence. Source: Too hot to fly? Climate change may disrupt air travel | The Seattle Times
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Maryland Island Denies Sea Level Rise, Yet Wants to Stop It – Scientific American

Deal Island is on the front lines of climate change. Even under the rosiest scenarios, in which sea levels rise only 2 feet by 2100, much of the island will be underwater in a few generations. Rising global temperatures are expected to wipe out businesses, marinas and homes. Still, climate change isn’t a popular phrase […]
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State part of suit against administration over energy standards – San Francisco Chronicle

California, 10 other states and New York City sued the Trump administration in San Francisco on Tuesday for halting action on new federal energy-efficiency standards for portable air conditioners, building heaters and other appliances, saying the delays are illegal and are harming consumers and the environment. The proposed rules were issued by the Obama administration’s […]
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