In the News: Climate Change

Written by Stephanie Hedean on . Posted in Learn, The Wonk Room

In the News is a Planet Change selection of the latest news on climate change, nature, our environment and the impacts of a changing planet. Here’s what we’ve found and are reading. Tell us what interesting news has hit your screens this week.

Chance of a Lifetime: Best Ways to Watch the Transit of Venus. Off topic, but a must read and watch. (Wired Science)

Warming Arctic Tundra Producing Pop-Up Forests (NYT Dot Earth)

Climate Change ‘Biggest Threat’ to Food Security, ADB report (IPS)

Price Tag On Climate Change in Latin America: $100 billion – IADB report (Reuters)

Global Warming May Reduce U.S. Nuclear and Coal Power Output Up to 16 Percent (Climate Progress)

Quebec Pledges $2.7 Billion to Tackle Climate Change (Montreal Gazette)

Global Warming’s Unseen Effects on Plants and Butterflies (Care 2)

Stephanie Hedean is a Strategic Marketing and Communications Consultant and a Volunteer at The Nature Conservancy. Image: Gestrgangleri/Wikimedia Commons

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