19 Apr '11, 4pm

Series Highlights 50 Climate Impacts on Fish and Wildlife

Starting this Earth Day, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will launch a series of 50 stories for 50 consecutive weekdays that will explore the many ways accelerating climate change is impacting or may impact fish and wildlife across America. No geographic region is immune. Combined with other resource stressors, such as urbanization, invasive species and water scarcity, climate change is disrupting natural systems upon which wildlife and people depend. The series will cover 50 states, examining regional challenges posed by climate change. Here are just a few examples: On the Atlantic Coast, the rising sea is claiming historical nesting grounds for shorebirds and sea turtles. Loss of snowpack and changing hydrology in the Pacific Northwest is having a profound impact on native trout species. As human influence on the natural landscape increases in the Rocky Mountain West,...

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Rising Ocean Temperatures Are Stressing Fish Out

Rising Ocean Temperatures Are Stressing Fish Out

treehugger.com 20 Apr '11, 4am

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green.blogs.nytimes.com 20 Apr '11, 1am

PARIS — Mediterranean fish, including bluefin tuna, sea bass and hake, are in danger of extinction from overfishing, marin...

IUCN: Plenty more fish in the sea? Not much lon...

iucn.org 19 Apr '11, 7am

Plenty more fish in the sea? Not for much longer 19 April 2011 | News story More than 40 species of marine fish currently ...

Uh Oh! American Teens Know Less About Climate C...

treehugger.com 19 Apr '11, 3pm

Compared to the rest of the world, people in the US really lag behind in their knowledge of climate change. And a new surv...

6,500+ birds, 1,100+ sea turtles and 100 mammal...

nwf.org 20 Apr '11, 3pm

Unbalanced Food Web - The Gulf oil disaster hit at the peak breeding season for many species of fish and wildlife. The oil...

American Teens’ Knowledge on Climate Change

itsgettinghotinhere.org 18 Apr '11, 8pm

There are efforts afoot now to have criminal charges laid against the scientists in academia and some key news editors in ...

Plenty more fish in the sea? Not for much longe...

iucn.org 19 Apr '11, 7am

Plenty more fish in the sea? Not for much longer 19 April 2011 | News story More than 40 species of marine fish currently ...

Lawsuit Launched to Force EPA to Study Oil-disp...

biologicaldiversity.org 18 Apr '11, 8pm

For Immediate Release, April 18, 2011 Contact: Deirdre McDonnell, (971) 255-0966 Lawsuit Launched to Force EPA to Study Oi...

What’s With the Weather? Is Climate Change to B...

e360.yale.edu 21 Apr '11, 12pm

One of the thorniest questions facing climate scientists is whether human-induced climate change is leading to more heat w...

James Cameron Says Climate Change Is Scarier Than Skynet

James Cameron Says Climate Change Is Scarier Th...

ecorazzi.com 19 Apr '11, 11pm

If you’ve been wondering why your microwave has been looking at you funny, it’s because today is the day the machines take...

Green: One Fish, Two Fish, False-ish, True-ish

green.blogs.nytimes.com 01 May '11, 2pm

Thomas McDonald/The New York Times Menhaden like these picked up by a Connecticut fisheries boat are among the fish stocks...

Green: One Fish, Two Fish, False-ish, True-ish

green.blogs.nytimes.com 01 May '11, 4pm

Thomas McDonald/The New York Times Menhaden like these picked up by a Connecticut fisheries boat are among the fish stocks...

Green: One Fish, Two Fish, False-ish, True-ish

green.blogs.nytimes.com 01 May '11, 8pm

Thomas McDonald/The New York Times Menhaden like these picked up by a Connecticut fisheries boat are among the fish stocks...

BTW, Overfishing Means 40 Species of Mediterran...

treehugger.com 19 Apr '11, 4pm

The Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic population of the Atlantic Bluefin Tuna is of particular concern. There has been an...