If Rudolph wants to adapt to global warming, he may have to lose his most precious assets. (via AlertNet)
A British regional council is bringing an unprecedented creepiness to the idea of “skimping on a heating bill.”
Forget what the groundhog says, the winter may have ended two days early in Greenland. (via Huffington Post)
Is the earth running out of food? That’s what scientists warned if the world leaders don’t act now and negotiate food security policies at this week’s Climate Change talks in Cancun, reports the New Zealand Herald.
We’ve all seen the troubling images of polar bears stranded on a small chuck of ice, surrounded by water with no where else to go. Well, now the U.S. is doing something about it.
So it’s Monday. The good news: You’ve just had two days off to sleep late and hang out. Bad news: You’re now back at the office and out of the loop as to what’s been happening across the Intrawebs the past two days.
It was love at first sight between the Internet and the New York gubernatorial candidate.
Here’s your dose of irony for the day.
Compiled by more than 300 scientists from 48 countries, the report takes a look at 10 indicators that are telling the same story: “Global warming is undeniable.” (Via the Associated Press)
For the earth in general, climate change is a downer. But if you’re a poisonous, invasive cane toad, it’s pretty great. (via Ecocentric)