The link below is to an article that reports on a change to rainforests as a consequence of climate change – more flowers.
The link below is to an article that reports on a possible consequence of climate change for Australia – larger waves.
The link below is to an article reporting on the possible future of Bylot Island as a consequence of climate change.
The link below is to an article reporting on coastal erosion at Old Bar, New South Wales, Australia. This town is just up the coast from where I live. It is a similar situation to Winda Woppa, which is only a suburb away from me. During intense storms the ocean erodes the sandy coastline rapidly and homes are increasingly at threat from storm surges.
The article below suggests that the situation at Old Bar is being caused by sea level rises as a consequence of climate change. This is the sort of reporting that is bringing a lot of discredit to climate change advocates, as it is not an honest report on the actual situation being reported on. I would not dispute that climate change is bringing us more severe weather events and this is certainly increasing pressure on coastal areas like Old Bar and Winda Woppa – but it is not sea level rises that is the problem. Factual and honest reporting is what is needed.
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The link below is to an article reporting on the effects of climate change in Antarctica, with the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf almost certainly doomed and a catastrophic ice melt in consequence of its disappearance.
The link below is to an article reporting on the possible extinction of all Rhino species by 2025 as a direct consequence of poaching and the ivory trade.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has come up with a novel way to raise funds for animals they are seeking to protect. Supporters are able to adopt an animal from a selection on their website. There are a number of options for adopting animals, including the type of animal you would like to adopt, who you would like to adopt the animal for and what you will receive in consequence of an adoption. This idea may not be a bad idea for a gift perhaps?
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The introduced fungal infection ‘Myrtle Rust’ has spread from gardens and nurseries into the Dharug National Park. The Mill Creek Camping Area has been temporarily closed in consequence of the spread, with National Park and Wildlife Service staff carrying our control measures during the closure in an attempt to prevent any further spread of the disease.
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