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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Climate tweets for 31 March 2014

Climate change report: 5 key points: @suzyji @guardian 
[science, IPCC] 

Conservative Climate Panel Warns World Faces ‘Breakdown of Food Systems’, More Violent Conflict
[agriculture, farming, national security, IPCC]  

RT Tom Steyer ‏@TomSteyer  12h
The conclusions of the IPCC report only underscore what we already know: 2014 must be the year we #ActOnClimate. 

Ohio Senate Republicans Launch Attack On State’s Renewable Energy Law 

RT seth borenstein ‏@borenbears:
Yet more data: The last time globe set record for coolest month Dec. 1916; Last hot mo. record: Nov. 2013; All 12 hot mo. records since 1997

Scientists Focus on Polar Waters As Threat of Acidification Grows: @YaleE360
[oceans, CO2]

RT ClimateNow ‏@ClimateNow:
Tail Risk vs. Alarmism, by Kerry Emanuel
[science, denial]

RT Dana Nuccitelli ‏@dana1981:
Update on the California Drought (March 31, 2014) … via @Scienceblogs by @PeterGleick

Climate change threat to Scotland's native wildlife: @TheScotsman 

Global shift to greener economies happening because of economic benefits: @thehilltimes 

Despite good snowpack in Rockies, Lake Mead level still expected 2 drop: @LasVegasSun
[drought, water]

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