This week in climate news - 29 July 2018

The most popular articles from the past week.

Plan to Weaken Car Emissions Rules Could Reopen Key Climate Case

The Supreme Court previously ruled the EPA had authority to regulate greenhouse gases -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com. »
26 July 2018, 21:11 - scientificamerican - Search similar - Email

Glaciers in East Antarctica also 'imperiled' by climate change

Scientists have found evidence of significant mass loss in East Antarctica's Totten and Moscow University glaciers, which, if they fully collapsed, could add 5 meters (16.4 feet) to the global sea level. »
27 July 2018, 03:20 - sciencedaily - Search similar - Email

Warming temperatures could increase suicide rates across the US and Mexico

By comparing historical temperature and suicide data, researchers found a strong correlation between warm weather and increased suicides. They estimate climate change could lead to suicide rate increases across the US and Mexico. »
24 July 2018, 01:20 - sciencedaily - Search similar - Email

The Guardian view on the heatwave: our climate is endangered | Editorial

Adapting to hotter temperatures is sensible – but ignoring their causes is dangerous The NHS is experiencing a “summer crisis”, with increased emergency admissions and uncomfortable conditions in buildings not equipped for the heat, while the Met Office has warned that the UK temperature record of 38.5C could be broken on Friday. »
26 July 2018, 21:10 - guardian - Search similar - Email

Tropical forests may soon hinder, not help, climate change effort

Forests in tropical regions could soon become a source of greenhouse gases, contributing to global warming and hampering efforts to meet the main goal in the Paris Agreement of 2015. »
27 July 2018, 03:20 - sciencedaily - Search similar - Email

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