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World nations’ current climate action plans would still allow moderate warming. A new study shows without more aggressive action to slow climate change, the world’s boreal forests could see dramatic losses.
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What sort of effect this will have on lake ecology and organisms is still unknown, though researchers say an increase in algal blooms can be expected.
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The lakes’ temperatures have been higher than the long-term average since the summer and some even longer. Lake Superior for instance has been warmer than average for most of the year.
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Our original feature documentary on ethanol production in the US, The Ethanol Effect, premiered this past Sunday on the WORLD…