At the 2010 United Nations Climate Change Conference, Google unveils an initiative using Google Earth allowing users to view the effects of deforestation, impacts and videos on global warming and climate change.
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Scientists warn that a massive release of methane resulting from Arctic sea ice decline could cause significant global disruption, potentially costing the world economy an extra US$ 60 trillion to $400 trillion from the effects of global warming and climate change. The full impact of climate change in the Arctic, including, for example, ocean acidification, and altered ocean and atmospheric circulation, will be much greater. 2013-07-24 (Context: climate change, effects of global warming)
The Arctic Sun rises over Ilulissat, Greenland two days earlier than expected. A possible explanation is alterations in atmospheric refraction or inversion from ice crystals that may or may not be the result of global warming. 2011-01-11 (Context: effects of global warming, global warming)
Delegates at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico, agree to a compromise on slowing climate change, though overall failing to reach a "deal that many activists and governments want." 2010-12-11 (Context: U.N. climate change talks, climate change)
The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP-16) opens in the Mexican resort city of Cancun. 2010-11-30 (Context: U.N. climate change talks, climate change)
A study conducted by Stanford University suggests that heat waves will become more common in the future, due to climate change and global warming. [http:--www.msnbc.msn.com-id-38154121-ns-us_news-environment- (MSNBC)] See Climate change mitigation scenarios. 2010-07-8 (Context: climate change, global warming)
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