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Just down the coast from Donald Trump's weekend retreat, the residents and businesses of south Florida are experiencing regular episodes of water in the streets. In the battle against rising seas, the region – which has more to lose than almost anywhere else in the world – is becoming ground zero...

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Video: Thousands rally around the world for ‘March for Science’...


Members of the Union for Concerned Scientists pose with Muppet character Beaker, in front of the White House. Photograph: Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images


More than 600 marches held around the world, with organizers saying science ‘under attack’ from a White House that dismisses the threat of climate change...

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King penguins in “The Penguin Counters,” a documentary directed and produced by Peter Getzels and Harriet Gordon. Credit Harriet Gordon

Here’s what sounds like one dud job: calculating bird populations in Antarctica. But here’s what that work has inspired: one swell documentary...

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The Chelan Butte fire encroaches on homes in coastal Washington state. (Photo: Ben Brooks/cc/flickr)


Pair of new studies show how American climate refugees will 'reshape' population landscape of the nation...

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One of the biggest camps for people displaced by Islamic extremists in Maiduguri, Nigeria. Drought-hit areas are ideal recruiting grounds for groups like Boko Haram, according to the Adelphi report. Photograph: Sunday Alamba/AP


Report by Adelphi thinktank warns terrorist groups will exploit natural disasters and water and food shortages...

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Environmental activists display a banner calling for action on climate change as they arrive on St. Peter's square prior to Pope Francis's Sunday Angelus prayer on June 28, 2015 at the Vatican. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS / AFP / GABRIEL BOUYS


Talk about values, not just data: how this minister wants to inspire people to take action on protecting the environment...

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Condominiums going up in Edgewater, across the bay from Miami Beach. Sea-level rise hasn't stopped developers from building by the water's edge, or people from buying there. Photographer: Rose Marie Cromwell for Bloomberg


Demand and financing could collapse before the sea consumes a single house...

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This Breakthrough is being released on Earth Day, April 22, 2017


Released to coincide with the Global Warming Emergency Mobilization Week running from Earth Day through the global climate marches on April 29th, Climageddon is unlike any preceding global warming warning book.  


Climageddon radically disrupts what most informed individuals currently believe. In its new model of our destabilizing climate called the Climageddon Scenario it uses big data analytic methodologies to predict the likely progression of global warming consequences rapidly coming our way.


Climageddon is a 440+ page tour de force loaded with dozens of illustrations that make complex climate processes easier to understand. It pushes readers to rethink outdated or inaccurate ideas about how global warming will really affect their families, finances, physical security, and future. It is a 180° turn-about from the usual information found in most global warming books.


In May 2006, Al Gore stated in An Inconvenient Truth that we had “10 years left to avoid a tailspin of epic proportions involving extreme weather of all kinds.” Ten years later, we have missed all of Al Gore's action targets and Climageddon now says we have 6 to 10 years to avoid the tailspin of irreversible global warming, which unchecked will eventually lead to extinction.


A few of Climageddon’s well-documented positions and conclusions are:


1.  Global warming is much worse than we are being told and its effects are coming faster and with more ferocity than anyone is prepared for.   


2. The common belief that gradual progress is adequate in global warming reduction is completely misguided.

3. Current global warming progression and risk assessments are hiding rapidly approaching extreme risk levels. Disruption is coming for our markets, businesses, nations, and families.


4. We are already in an undeclared global warming State of Emergency, and it's too late for organizing grassroots bottom-up solutions.

5. Hundreds of trillions of dollars will be lost by the individuals, businesses, and nations most uninformed and unprepared for the massive changes coming. Even worse, the most expensive and devastating global warming consequences will not occur in 40 to 80 years as we are being told. They are already occurring and more will occur in less than half that time.


6. If we are lucky, we have another 6 to 10 years left to make the costly, painful, and radical changes needed to prevent losing whatever remaining control we have left to prevent irreversible global warming from becoming an inevitability. (Those critical changes are described in prioritized and sequenced action steps of the Job One for Humanity Plan found in Climageddon.)


7. If we fail to respond immediately and irreversible global warming occurs, extinction-level global warming will follow.

8. There is a clear and final global warming battle line we must not cross. It is very near, and staying on the safe side of that line will be the greatest adaptive challenge humanity has ever faced.


9. If we do successfully execute the actions described in the Job One for Humanity Plan and we complete those actions within the critical 2026 deadlines, our civilization should survive, and eventually our world will recover from the damage we have already created


Just as global warming has become the great disruptor of the 21st-century, Climageddon will be the great disruptor of much of what we believe about global warming and much of what we are failing to do.


There is little doubt that word-of-mouth will make this book a(delete must-have,) must-read for those interested in global warming issues and education. It will also become a must-read for individuals and businesses that will be severely impacted by the rapidly unfolding Climageddon Scenario such as investment bankers, stock and commodity investors, city, corporate, and government planners. 


It is also essential due diligence reading for farmers, business, and real estate investors.  The content of Climageddon must be understood by intelligence agency risk and threat analysts, and by relevant futurists.

Gradualism related to our escalating global warming emergency is deadly.  We either declare that climate change is already global State of Emergency or we give up any chance for a future for humanity and, most other life will perish with us, as well."

Michael Mielke, Association for the Tree of Life. http://www.tree-of-life.works/



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Across the Alps, glaciers have lost half their volume since 1900. And there is no letting up: Melting has accelerated since 1980. Most Alpine glaciers will be gone by the end of this century, scientists say....
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Following on from the ‘interesting’ House Science Committee hearing two weeks ago, there was an excellent rebuttal curated by ClimateFeedback of the unsupported and often-times misleading claims from the majority witnesses. In response, Judy Curry has (yet again) declared herself unconvinced by the evidence for a dominant role for human forcing of recent climate changes. And as before she fails to give any quantitative argument to support her contention that human drivers are not the dominant cause of recent trends...

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Illustration by La Tigre


Climate displacement is becoming one of the world’s most powerful — and destabilizing — geopolitical forces.

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Video: Trump Will Make 'Wise Decision' on Climate Change, UN Chief Says...


Photo Source: Newsweek


President Donald Trump is still deliberating whether to keep the U.S. in an international agreement to reduce climate-warming carbon emissions, even though he has called climate change a hoax...

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An aerial shows the contrast between forest and agricultural landscapes near Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. Photo by CIFOR/CC BY-NC 2.0


Forests play many important ecological roles...


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Water is seen on part of the glacial ice sheet in Greenland. Image: Getty images/Joe Raedle


Sea level rise is typically thought of as a coastal problem, with cities from New York to San Francisco pondering new coastal defenses such as sea walls and sturdier buildings...

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A new study suggests that actions must be taken now to limit the effects of global warming, as humanity has just 10 years to begin the process of balancing out Earth’s climate. It’s a warning brought home by just-released reports showing that March was the second-hottest month since record keeping began...

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An aerial view of the ice canyon that now carries meltwater from the Kaskawulsh Glacier, on the right, away from the Slims River. “River piracy” refers to one river capturing and diverting the flow of another. Credit Dan Shugar/University of Washington-Tacoma


In the blink of a geological eye, climate change has helped reverse the flow of water melting from a glacier in Canada’s Yukon, a hijacking that scientists call “river piracy.”

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Melting ice floes in Antarctica.


A state-commissioned report on climate change released Wednesday raises the stakes for fighting global warming, offering a clearer and, in some cases, more catastrophic picture of how much sea levels will rise in California...

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As climate scientist Wallace Broecker once said, “The climate system is an angry beast, and we are poking at it with sticks.” Photograph: Alamy


Humans are changing Earth’s climate at an alarmingly fast rate...


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