How the Pacific has put global warming on hold (but not for long) – The Independent


The Guardian

How the Pacific has put global warming on hold (but not for long)
The Independent
Changes in the flow of heat between the atmosphere and the Pacific Ocean could help to explain the recent "pause" in global warming that has seen a fall in the rate at which global surface temperatures has risen over the past 15 years or so, a study
The Pacific Ocean fills in another piece of the global warming puzzleThe Guardian
Labor Day 2050: Global Warming And The Coming Collapse Of Labor ProductivityThinkProgress
Is global warming really slowing down?Grist
Columbus Dispatch –Radio Australia –environmentalresearchweb
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