Sunday, February 5, 2012

In Case You Missed It: Week of January 29- February 5

A new study published in Nature Climate Change shows that long-distance ocean currents are warming faster than the globe’s oceans as a whole (The Register).

Many areas of Mexico have been experiencing severe drought and crop failure  (NY Times).

Endangered Coho Salmon appear to be having an unexpectedly good spawning season in Northern California (SF Chronicle).

On the other coast, the Atlantic Sturgeon was added to the endangered species list (Washington Post). 

Environmental and consumer groups say that the Department of Energy's proposed new energy efficiency standards for distribution transformers fail to adopt new technology and sacrifice billions of dollars in savings (ACEEE press release).

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