30 Jan '13, 12pm

Winners of #climatechange: Mosquitoes, bark beetles. Losers: Moose,

The climate crisis is already changing the playing field for wildlife and urgent action is needed to preserve America’s conservation legacy, according to a new report released today by the National Wildlife Federation. Wildlife in a Warming World: Confronting the Climate Crisis examines case studies from across the country illustrating how global warming is altering wildlife habitats. It recommends solutions to protect both wildlife and communities across America from the growing climate-fueled threats such as extreme weather, sea level rise and wildfires.

Full article: http://www.nwf.org/News-and-Magazines/Media-Center/News-b...

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renewableenergyworld.com 30 Jan '13, 2pm

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e360.yale.edu 31 Jan '13, 1pm

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nwf.org 31 Jan '13, 4am

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Commentary: LCD panel industry still struggling

digitimes.com 28 Jan '13, 4am

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Laser Eyes Spy a Big Melt in the Arctic: Airborne altimeters yield a disturbing picture of polar ice loss

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spectrum.ieee.org 28 Jan '13, 4pm

Photo: The Asahi Shinbun/Getty Images GREENLAND BLUES: Sensors are spying signs of climate troubles, such as this glacial ...