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Saturday, August 23, 2014

Climate tweets for 22 August 2014

Chilling: Meteorologists preparing for worst: @News24:

California Drought: Wild Salmon Competing with Almonds for Water: @NPRFood:
[food, wildlife, farming, agriculture]

Water crisis threatens thirsty Sao Paulo: @physorg_com:
[Brazil, drought]

Greenland, West Antarctic Ice Sheet Loss More Than Doubled In Last 5 Years:
[glaciers, sea level]

Record harvest loss, food shortages hit dry Sri Lanka: @reliefweb:
[drought, farming, agriculture]

Opinion: A Beach Project Built on Sand: @nytimes:
[sea level, New York]

SW Chicago Suburbs Hit Hard By Flooding: @cbschicago:

Meet scientists who sat down with Florida Gov. Rick Scott and explained climate change: @Salon
[denial, science]

Climate Change and Implications for National Security: @intpolicydigest:

Unusually Wet Summer Brings Flooding, Landslides Across Japan: @wsj: 

Food, drinks cos respond to consumer pressure on climate change: @guardian: 
[investing, divestment]

Scientists Drop Jargon, UNLOAD About Climate Change:

Tale of Two Cities: Miami, New York and Life on the Edge: @ClimateCentral:
[sea level, flooding]

Greenland’s Late August Rain Over Melt Ponds is Glacial Outburst Flood Hazard:
[glaciers, flooding]

Lord Byron's 'Darkness': Post-Apocalyptic Tale of Climate Change: @motherboard:

RT Michael E. Mann @MichaelEMann:
"Climate change deniers resort to character attacks" by Gene Lyons in The @StarDem_news: 
[science, denial, Mark Steyn, National Review]

RT TckTckTck @tcktcktck:
Time for Merkel to decide - will she side with fossil fuel corporations or the people? ActionNotWords:
[Lausitz, Germany, coal, Angela Merkel]

Five Ways Climate Deniers Are Dead Wrong: @ClimateReality @EcoWatch:
[science, denial]


  1. Thanks for your work here and for collecting these articles for everyone.

    I have long thought and said we need to take the planet---all of it--into consideration regarding pollution and now, of course, with climate change. We think of these sometimes small, frequently any more, not so small events individually instead of collectively when considering the damage to our planet and now the atmosphere and, of course, our whole ecosystem. This kind of information, all in one place, helps us do that far better so again, thank you.

    Mo Rage
    the blob

    1. Thanks, Kevin! I'm a big info junkie, and hopefully this is easier to search and use than my Twitter page.--Regards, Tom