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A tenth of the world's wilderness lost since the 1990s

Researchers reporting in the journal Current Biology show catastrophic declines in wilderness areas around the world over the last 20 years. Ref. Source 6o.

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Obama: Paris climate change deal is a turning point for the world

History may judge today as a turning point for the planet in the fight against climate change, President Obama said Wednesday. Obama made the unscheduled statement in the Rose Garden on Wednesday afternoon after the agreement reached in Paris last December crossed the thresholds necessary to take effect. Ref. USAToday.

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Consequences from Antarctica climate change

New research reveals how a single warming event in Antarctica may be an indication of future ecosystem changes. Stationed in East Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys -- a polar desert that's among the driest places on Earth -- the research team studied the effects of massive flooding caused by the glaciers that melted when air temperatures suddenly warmed to 39 degrees Fahrenheit. Flooding streams eroded, lake ice thinned, lake levels rose, and water reached new places across the barren landscape. Ref. Source 1x.

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Life on the edge of a habitat is dangerous

Intensive farming, sprawling towns, a dense road network -- the modern world leaves less and less space for animals and plants. They are forced back into shrinking refuges, which are ever further apart. But not all react equally sensitively. That is even true for members of the same species, as demonstrated by a new study that suggests that animals living on the edge of their range suffer more from the fragmentation of their habitat than their fellows in the center. Ref. Source 7h.

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Global wildlife populations: 58 percent decline, driven by food and energy demand

Global populations of vertebrates -- mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish -- have declined by 58 percent between 1970 and 2012, states a new report. Animals living in the world's lakes, rivers, and freshwater systems have experienced the most dramatic population declines, at 81 percent. Because of human activity, the report states that without immediate intervention global wildlife populations could drop two-thirds by 2020. Ref. Source 6i.

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Global hot spot maps link consumers with impacts

A new model creates global hot spot maps to illuminate how what we buy pollutes the planet and where. The idea is to help governments, industries and individuals target areas for cleanup. Ref. Source 9k.

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Rising sea level estimates require collaborative response, experts say

Policymakers and scientists must act quickly and collaboratively to help coastal areas better prepare for rising sea levels globally, say climate change experts. Ref. Source 2s.

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Short-lived greenhouse gases cause centuries of sea-level rise

Even if there comes a day when the world completely stops emitting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, coastal regions and island nations will continue to experience rising sea levels for centuries afterward, according to a new study. Ref. Source 8k.

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