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November 19, 2012
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TheStreet (May 6, 2014) — A new report from the federal government says changes in climate are causing harm to Americans and the economy. The National Climate Assessment concludes the nation has already suffered billions of dollars in damages from severe weather-related disruptions. The report pins much of the increase in climate change on human behavior. The White House plans to publicize this report through a host of TV interviews, and it will probably encounter push-back from conservatives. Video provided by TheStreet
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Doomsday Clock Moves Two Minutes Closer to Midnight

Doomsday Clock Moves Two Minutes Closer to Midnight

AFP (Jan. 22, 2015) — A group of prominent scientists and Nobel laureates say climate change and the danger of nuclear war pose an ever-growing threat to civilization and are bringing the world closer to doomsday. Duration: 00:46 Video provided by AFP
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RAW VIDEO: Doomsday Clock Moves Closer to Midnight

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AP (Jan. 10, 2012) — Citing danger of nuclear proliferation and climate change, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved the hand of it's "Doomsday Clock" to five minutes to midnight.
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Is Global Warming Gone for Good?

Is Global Warming Gone for Good?

Deutsche Welle (Sep. 15, 2013) — Some climate researchers now say that the earth's atmosphere hasn't heated up significantly during the past 15 years. This has sparked a debate about whether climate change has come to a halt. Tomorrow Today decided to investigate and visited climate researchers at the University of Hamburg. They're looking at the role of the oceans in climate change, and say sea levels continue to rise each year.
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