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18/04/2024
Climate change is coming for our incomes, study warns. Which countries will lose out the most? - Euronews
18/04/2024
How climate change could impact your wallet over the next two decades - TheStreet
18/04/2024
Sahel heatwave blamed for some 100 excess deaths in Mali 'would not have occurred without climate change' – Study ... - Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre
18/04/2024
Climate change to cause income reductions by 2050 - Open Access Government
Climate change to cause income reductions by 2050  Open Access Government


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18/04/2024
For the Warming of the Earth: Worshiping in the Age of Creation Care - ChristianityToday.com
18/04/2024
Extreme temperatures in Sahel impossible without man-made warming, study finds - UPI News
18/04/2024
`Human-induced` climate change sparked deadly heatwave in West Africa: Study - WION
18/04/2024
Cooking the books: The magical math of ‘climate-friendly’ meat - Corporate Knights Magazine
18/04/2024
Scottish government scraps climate change targets - Yahoo News Canada
Scottish government scraps climate change targets  Yahoo News Canada


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18/04/2024
Sahel heatwave made worse by climate change, scientists warn - RFI English
18/04/2024
Deadly heat in West Africa warns of climate change-driven scorchers to come, says report - Reuters
18/04/2024
Climate change makes life harder: in South Africa it's likely to bring heatwaves, water stress and gender-based violence - The Conversation Indonesia
18/04/2024
US lawmakers Elizabeth Warren and Ro Khanna seek to ban trade in water rights

Bill would stop private investors, including hedge funds, farmers and municipalities, from profiting off water scarcity

With private investors poised to profit from water scarcity in the west, US senator Elizabeth Warren and representative Ro Khanna are pursuing a bill to prohibit the trading of water as a commodity.

The lawmakers will introduce the bill on Thursday afternoon, the Guardian has learned. “Water is not a commodity for the rich and powerful to profit off of,” said Warren, the progressive Democrat from Massachusetts. “Representative Khanna and I are standing up to protect water from Wall Street speculation and ensure one of our most essential resources isn’t auctioned off to the highest bidder.”

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18/04/2024
Seasonal Allergies Are Getting Worse Because of Global Warming - Bloomberg
18/04/2024
Climate change concerns grow, but few think Biden's climate law will help, an AP-NORC poll finds - Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3
18/04/2024
An uncomfortable truth about climate targets - with people already struggling to pay bills - Sky News
18/04/2024
Plastic-production emissions could triple to one-fifth of Earth’s carbon budget – report

Exclusive: By the middle of the century, pollution from plastic industry could ‘undermine world’s effort’ to control climate crisis

By the middle of the century, global emissions from plastic production could triple to account for one-fifth of the Earth’s remaining carbon budget, an analysis has found.

The stunning new estimates from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, published on Wednesday, provide yet more evidence that the plastic industry is “undermining the world’s efforts to address climate change”, said Heather McTeer Toney, executive director of the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Beyond Petrochemicals campaign, which helped fund the new report.

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18/04/2024
We all know climate change is real. How did the US let it become a partisan debate? | Opinion - Kansas City Star
18/04/2024
Wine growers in Africa race to adapt to climate change - Mint Lounge
18/04/2024
Deadly African heat wave not possible without climate change - E&E News by POLITICO
18/04/2024
Mechanisms, detection and impacts of species redistributions under climate change - Nature.com
18/04/2024
Climate Change's 'Physical Risks' Are Catching Up With Banks - Bloomberg
18/04/2024
'Human-induced' climate change behind deadly Sahel heatwave: study - The Mountaineer
18/04/2024
Scotland to abandon pledge to cut carbon emissions by 75% by 2030

In ‘acute global embarrassment’, Scottish government expected to follow UK and Wales by adopting five-year carbon budgets

The Scottish government is to abandon its “world-leading” goal to cut carbon emissions by 75% by 2030, after repeatedly missing its legally binding targets.

Màiri McAllan, the Scottish net zero secretary, is expected to announce that Scotland will instead follow the UK and Welsh government’s lead by adopting five-yearly “carbon budgets”, in a significant policy climbdown.

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18/04/2024
Climate change could lead to losses worth $38 trillion every year by 2050, study warns - WION
18/04/2024
El Nino not climate change driving southern Africa drought: Study - Phys.org
18/04/2024
Turkish govt to tackle climate change with new law | Daily Sabah - Daily Sabah
18/04/2024
Study links April heat waves in Mali, Burkina Faso to global warming | Daily Sabah - Daily Sabah
18/04/2024
Ahead of Paris Olympics, outcry grows over water pollution
Worries about the water quality for Paris 2024 events in the River Seine follow other environmental sport scandals in western Europe. Can triathlon, marathon swimming and rowing continue in open waters?


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18/04/2024
What caused Dubai floods? Experts cite climate change, not cloud seeding - Reuters
18/04/2024
Climate impacts set to cut 2050 global GDP by nearly a fifth - The Korea Herald
18/04/2024
Climate Tipping Points: A Journey of No Return? | OpenMind - BBVA OpenMind
18/04/2024
Climate change might shrink the global economy by 19% by 2049. The decline could reach 60% if no action is taken - ZME Science
18/04/2024
Climate Change to Cause $38 Trillion a Year in Damages by 2049 - Insurance Journal
18/04/2024
Climate change education needs review, say Cambridge experts - BBC.com
18/04/2024
Climate change: Deadly African heatwave 'impossible' without warming - BBC.com
18/04/2024
Climate change may cost $38 trillion a year by 2049, study says - Axios
18/04/2024
'Human-induced' climate change caused deadly Sahel heatwave, says study - FRANCE 24 English
18/04/2024
Concern over climate change grows among Americans, AP-NORC poll finds - The Associated Press
18/04/2024
Cockroach infestations are up by a third in Spain: Is climate change to blame? - Euronews
18/04/2024
Lethal heatwave in Sahel worsened by fossil fuel burning, study finds

Deaths from record temperatures in Mali reportedly led to full morgues turning away bodies this month


The deadly protracted heatwave that filled hospitals and mortuaries in the Sahel region of Africa earlier this month would have been impossible without human-caused climate disruption, a new analysis has revealed.

Mali registered the hottest day in its history on 3 April as temperatures hit 48.5C in the south-western city of Kayes. Intense heat continued across a wide area of the country for more than five days and nights, giving vulnerable people no time for recovery.

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18/04/2024
Commentary: Trying to practice what I preach | Nvdaily | nvdaily.com - Northern Virginia Daily
18/04/2024
Global Income Set to Shrink by One Fifth by 2050 Under Climate Change - ScienceAlert
18/04/2024
Climate change could depress global income by almost 20%, study shows - Scripps News
18/04/2024
Scientists say coral reefs around the world are experiencing mass bleaching in warming oceans - ABC News
18/04/2024
New microplastics research hub aims to unravel health impact in changing climate - Rochester Institute of Technology
17/04/2024
White House Weighs Declaring Climate Emergency to Stifle Oil Development - Bloomberg
17/04/2024
Shell says shareholder proposal to do more about climate change is 'unrealistic' - Quartz
17/04/2024
New study says climate change will make you poorer - KOSA
17/04/2024
Ice age climate analysis reduces worst-case warming expected from rising CO₂ - Phys.org
17/04/2024
Study reveals substantial global cost of climate inaction - Phys.org
17/04/2024
Old-fashioned pessimism might actually help us fight climate change - New Scientist
17/04/2024
Understanding climate warming impacts on carbon release from the tundra - Phys.org
17/04/2024
'I want to go home': passengers stranded by Dubai extreme floods – video

Passengers crowded around airline desks at Dubai international airport on Wednesday after major delays and cancellations caused by heavy rains.

The United Arab Emirates was hit by what the government described as the highest rainfall in the past 75 years. The rains began on Monday night, and by Tuesday evening the desert city of Dubai had received the average amount of rain it normally gets in a year.

Although the heavy rains had eased by late Tuesday, disruption was continuing on Wednesday, with Emirates airline suspending check-in for passengers departing from Dubai until midnight

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17/04/2024
How Farm Animal Burps Are Fueling Global Warming - Columbia Magazine
How Farm Animal Burps Are Fueling Global Warming  Columbia Magazine


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17/04/2024
Nobel Economist Tells G-20 to Slap Climate Tax on Billionaires - Bloomberg
17/04/2024
Nobel Economist Tells G-20 to Slap Climate Tax on Billionaires - Bloomberg
17/04/2024
Going beyond averages - Nature.com
Going beyond averages  Nature.com


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17/04/2024
Climate crisis: average world incomes to drop by nearly a fifth by 2050

Cost of environmental damage will be six times higher than price of limiting global heating to 2C, study finds

Average incomes will fall by almost a fifth within the next 26 years as a result of the climate crisis, according to a study that predicts the costs of damage will be six times higher than the price of limiting global heating to 2C.

Rising temperatures, heavier rainfall and more frequent and intense extreme weather are projected to cause $38tn (£30tn) of destruction each year by mid-century, according to the research, which is the most comprehensive analysis of its type ever undertaken, and whose findings are published in the journal Nature.

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17/04/2024
Record Rainfall in Dubai? Blame Climate Change, Not Cloud Seeding - Bloomberg
17/04/2024
Climate change damage could cost $38 trillion per year by 2050, study finds - Reuters
17/04/2024
Climate Change to Cause $38 Trillion a Year in Damages by 2049 - Bloomberg
17/04/2024
Arid Gulf states hit with year's worth of rain - The Week
17/04/2024
Funding Australia’s renewable transition isn’t ‘picking winners’ – it’s securing our future | Greg Jericho

Government support for green manufacturing is actually the easy part. To truly reduce emissions, we must stop digging up and burning fossil fuels

Last week Anthony Albanese finally announced the government’s major plan for the transition to a renewable energy economy. The Future Made in Australia plan was quickly derided by critics as “picking winners”, in the misguided view that the market is better at deciding how to tackle the climate emergency and that the market is in any way free or lacking distortions.

It’s an article of faith among many economists and commentators that governments should not try to “pick winners”, despite the fact that Australia has a long and glorious tradition of doing so.

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17/04/2024
Gene editing crops to be colourful could aid weeding, say scientists

Creating visually distinctive plants likely to become important as more weed-like crops are grown for food

Genetically engineering crops to be colourful could help farmers produce food without using herbicides, as it would make it easier to spot weeds, scientists have said.

This will be increasingly important as hardy, climate-resistant “weeds” are grown for food in the future, the authors have written in their report published in the journal Trends in Plant Science.

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17/04/2024
Limiting Global Warming to 1.5C Would Avoid Two-Thirds of Economic Toll - Bloomberg
17/04/2024
Study finds world economy already committed to income reduction of 19% due to climate change - Phys.org
17/04/2024
How European trash illegally ends up in Southeast Asia
The illegal waste trade from Europe to Southeast Asia has emerged as a highly profitable, low-risk criminal enterprise with a major impact on the environment, economy, and human health.


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17/04/2024
What the desert city of Dubai looks like after its biggest rainfall in 75 years – video

Cars submerged in raging flood waters, planes on flooded runways and ankle-deep water at a metro station – this is what the United Arab Emirates and its desert city of Dubai look after a deluge. Dubai received about as much rain in 24 hours as it usually does in a year

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17/04/2024
‘We need more shade’: US’s hottest city turns to trees to cool those most in need

Phoenix broke several heat records last year. Now Grant Park, which has inequitable tree cover, is seeing a tree-planting drive that promises some respite from 100F temperatures

It was a relatively cool spring day in Phoenix, Arizona, as a tree-planting crew dug large holes in one of the desert city’s hottest and least shaded neighborhoods.

Still, it was sweaty backbreaking work as they carefully positioned, watered and staked a 10ft tall Blue palo verde and Chilean mesquite in opposite corners of resident Ana Cordoba’s dusty unshaded backyard.

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17/04/2024
Billions more in overseas aid needed to avert climate disaster, say economists

Pressure piles on World Bank and IMF to steer countries to low-carbon transition at spring summit

Governments of wealthy countries must pledge hundreds of billions more in overseas aid payments channelled through the World Bank to avert the worst effects of the climate crisis, civil society experts and economists have said.

The International Development Association fund, the arm of the World Bank that disburses loans and grants to poor countries, is worth about $93bn (£b75n) but that figure must be roughly tripled by 2030, according to economic experts.

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17/04/2024
In Kenya, drought-tolerant camels replace cows for herders - The Washington Post
17/04/2024
Queensland state LNP backs Labor’s emission cuts of 75% by 2035 drawing ire from federal colleagues

‘We must do all we can to become more sustainable’, says shadow environment minister

Queensland’s Liberal National party has backed one of the most ambitious emission reduction targets in Australia – much to the disappointment of some of their federal counterparts.

While the federal opposition is still yet to unveil mid-term climate targets as part of its net zero by 2050 promise, the Nationals leader, David Littleproud, has decisively ruled out joining his state counterparts in their ambitious pledge.

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17/04/2024
Global coral bleaching caused by global warming demands a global response - The Conversation Indonesia
17/04/2024
Climate change is political and we must treat it that way - The Japan Times
16/04/2024
Guy Callendar, the Engineer Who Discovered Human-Caused Global Warming - Nautilus
16/04/2024
Yellowstone Lake ice cover unchanged despite warming climate - Phys.org
16/04/2024
Global coral bleaching event is a warning, "not certain death" - Axios
16/04/2024
State-of-the-art techniques to reduce climate-warming cow methane | Cornell Chronicle - Cornell Chronicle
16/04/2024
Albanese’s promised clean economy act has been a long time coming but it’s the right place to start | Adam Morton

The challenge for a resource-rich, medium-sized economy such as Australia is to identify the right green industries to focus on, while minimising the risks to taxpayers

It’s taken a while to get here but Anthony Albanese is on the verge of promising what some economists and most clean energy advocates have been urging Australian governments to do for years. Or at least a version of it.

The prime minister’s promised “Future Made in Australia” act is clumsily named, and the announcement last week had few details, but the idea – that the government will need to use its weight to help develop green industries if the country is to make a rapid transition from fossil fuels to a clean economy – has been a long time coming.

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16/04/2024
What do Americans want to know about climate change? - Yale Program on Climate Change Communication
What do Americans want to know about climate change?  Yale Program on Climate Change Communication


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16/04/2024
Climate change: El Niño ends with uncertainty over cooler future - BBC.com
16/04/2024
No birdsong, no water in the creek, no beating wings: how a haven for nature fell silent

As the soundscape of the natural world began to disappear over 30 years, one man was listening and recording it all

Read more: World faces ‘deathly silence’ of nature as wildlife disappears, warn experts

The tale starts 30 years ago, when Bernie Krause made his first audio clip in Sugarloaf Ridge state park, 20 minutes’ drive from his house near San Francisco. He chose a spot near an old bigleaf maple. Many people loved this place: there was a creek and a scattering of picnic benches nearby.

As a soundscape recordist, Krause had travelled around the world listening to the planet. But in 1993 he turned his attention to what was happening on his doorstep. In his first recording, a stream of chortles, peeps and squeaks erupt from the animals that lived in the rich, scrubby habitat. His sensitive microphones captured the sounds of the creek, creatures rustling through undergrowth, and the songs of the spotted towhee, orange-crowned warbler, house wren and mourning dove.

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16/04/2024
Revisiting Copenhagen climate mitigation targets - Nature.com
16/04/2024
Why Greenhouse Gas Emissions Hit an All-Time High Last Year - The New York Times
15/04/2024
Do your part to stop global warming and climate change - GameDev.net
15/04/2024
Al Gore Thinks Trump Will Lose and Climate Activists Will Triumph - The New York Times
15/04/2024
Climate change-driven cooling can kill marine megafauna at their distributional limits - Nature.com
15/04/2024
Ocean heat is driving a global coral bleaching event, and it could be the worst on record - CNN
15/04/2024
The Paradox That's Supercharging Climate Change - WIRED
15/04/2024
Warming water temperatures in Virginia are changing aquatic life as we know it • Virginia Mercury - Virginia Mercury
15/04/2024
Topic: Environment, climate change and security - NATO HQ
13/04/2024
Jail for holding a placard? Protest over the climate crisis is being brutally suppressed | Natasha Walter

The legal repression of activism has been fast and frightening, yet it won’t make protesters disappear and only sows division

Years ago, when Dr Sarah Benn recognised the scale of the climate crisis, she made sure that she was doing all the right things. She recycled, she went vegan, she stopped flying, she voted Green, she signed petitions. It was because she didn’t see real change happening, despite doing all those things, that she then went further. She glued her hand to a building. She sat down in front of an oil terminal. And she stood on a grass verge with a handwritten sign, saying, “Stop New Oil”.

Benn’s story will be pretty familiar to anyone with a passing interest in the current wave of climate protest. This wave grew out of deep frustration with existing avenues for change. And it did feel, for a time, as if these protests might be a catalyst for the wider shift that so many people recognised was urgently needed. The marches and sit-downs sparked so much sympathy and curiosity, even with politicians from Michael Gove to Dawn Butler. I remember walking along a street on an Extinction Rebellion march in 2019 and people were cheering from their windows. A big part of all the early protests was outreach, with protesters talking to people on the streets, in communities and workplaces, and finding eager responses.

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12/04/2024
‘It’s a sun trap’: climate crisis brings boomtime for British wine

UK vineyards are thriving as far north as Yorkshire and Scotland as investors cash in on tax breaks and hotter summers

“We’ve never had frost here,” says Adrian Pike, gesturing across rows of vines just starting to show signs of tiny buds in the weak Kent spring sunshine.

Westwell vineyard is on the site of a former monastery and sits close to the Pilgrims’ Way on the North Downs, the historic route to Canterbury that runs along the top of the hill behind the vineyard.

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12/04/2024
Eyeing sustainability: Contact lenses vs. glasses
Is all the waste associated with contact lenses better than the environmental impact of manufacturing glasses? Join DW for this insightful sustainability showdown.


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12/04/2024
Dinosaur data: can the bones of the deep past help predict extinctions of the future?

Millions of years ago, animals adapted to become warm-blooded amid huge climactic changes. Now scientists hope these clues from the past could help us understand what lies ahead

In Chicago’s Field Museum, behind a series of access-controlled doors, are about 1,500 dinosaur fossil specimens. The palaeobiologist Jasmina Wiemann walks straight past the bleached leg bones – some as big as her – neither does she glance at the fully intact spinal cord, stained red by iron oxides filling the spaces where there was once organic material. She only has eyes for the deep chocolate-brown fossils: these are the ones containing preserved organic matter – bones that offer unprecedented insights into creatures that went extinct millions of years ago.

Wiemann is part of the burgeoning field of conservation palaeobiology, where researchers are looking to the deep past to predict future extinction vulnerability. At a time when humans could be about to witness a sixth mass extinction, studying fossil records is particularly useful for understanding how the natural world responded to problems before we arrived: how life on Earth reacted to environmental change over time, how species adapted to planet-scale temperature changes, or what to expect when ocean geochemical cycles change.

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12/04/2024
Weatherwatch: how reducing air pollution adds to climate crisis

Aerosols produced by pollution cool the planet; the crusade for clean air is removing this protection

Curbs on the amount of greenhouse gases being pumped into the atmosphere are just one of the ways that politicians are reacting to the scientific evidence that we are damaging our health and our planet. An even greater threat to human life in the short term has been air pollution in the form of particulate matter from the burning of fossil fuels, agriculture and many industrial processes.

Clean air has become a crusade everywhere from Beijing to London, to save lives and improve economic output. At the same time as damaging lungs and hearts, the aerosols produced by pollution increase cloud formation, change rainfall patterns and reflect sunlight back into space, thus cooling the planet.

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11/04/2024
Global Greenhouse Gas Overview | US EPA - U.S. EPA.gov
Global Greenhouse Gas Overview | US EPA  U.S. EPA.gov


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11/04/2024
Fashion giants linked to deforestation in Brazil
Major brands like Zara and H&M sell garments produced with cotton from Brazilian farms. These have been linked to deforestation and land grabbing, according to a new investigation.


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11/04/2024
Global warming is coming for your home - The Economist
Global warming is coming for your home  The Economist


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11/04/2024
Looking forward to a bold green future? Just don’t forget the here and now | Fiona Katauskas

Anthony Albanese wants us to look into his crystal ball of innovation

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10/04/2024
Climate phenomena: What are El Nino and La Nina?
Originating in the Pacific Ocean, the El Nino climate pattern is intensifying drought from Africa to Asia. Here's why El Nino and its sibling, La Nina, have such far-reaching weather impacts.


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09/04/2024
Martin Rowson on politicians tying themselves in knots while the climate crisis intensifies – cartoon

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09/04/2024
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08/04/2024
Climate change impacts, risks and adaptation - European Environment Agency
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08/04/2024
What share of global CO₂ emissions come from aviation? - Our World in Data
08/04/2024
Antarctic meteorites threatened by climate warming - Nature.com
04/04/2024
Factcheck: Why the recent ‘acceleration’ in global warming is what scientists expect - Carbon Brief
04/04/2024
Why are forests so important?
Every day the planet loses more and more trees to deforestation, according to a new study. But why are forests so important for us anyway?


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02/04/2024
How unsealing your paved garden can help reduce city heat
Extreme heat is magnified in cities, largely because of the way they're built. To help reduce stifling temperatures, some cities are creating more green spaces. But individuals can help too by unsealing their gardens.


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02/04/2024
To Slow Global Warming, Scientists Test Solar Geoengineering - The New York Times
27/03/2024
Global Warming Is Slowing the Earth's Rotation - Scientific American
Global Warming Is Slowing the Earth's Rotation  Scientific American


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26/03/2024
March 2024 Global Climate Report - National Centers for Environmental Information
March 2024 Global Climate Report  National Centers for Environmental Information


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25/03/2024
The hidden environmental cost of mining sand
After heavy winter storms, popular beaches in northern Germany are in rough shape. Fresh sand will be needed to rebuild the shoreline — but sourcing the highly sought-after resource can cause other problems.


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25/03/2024
Climate change mitigation: reducing emissions - European Environment Agency
Climate change mitigation: reducing emissions  European Environment Agency


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22/03/2024
Desalination — can it help us survive a water scarce future?
Desalination is known for being energy-intensive, expensive and polluting. But is it vital in regions such as East Africa and the Middle East facing increasing drought and dwindling freshwater?


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21/03/2024
Global warming and heat extremes to enhance inflationary pressures | Communications Earth & Environment - Nature.com
21/03/2024
Video: Global Warming from 1880 to 2022 - Science@NASA
Video: Global Warming from 1880 to 2022  Science@NASA


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21/03/2024
What’s the difference between climate change and global warming? - Science@NASA
21/03/2024
Is the Sun causing global warming? - Science@NASA
Is the Sun causing global warming?  Science@NASA


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20/03/2024
UN warns of e-waste 'catastrophe'
Recycling lags far behind the mass of electronic waste created, including discarded phones and computers, the UN has said. Only 20% of electronic waste is properly recycled, causing considerable health risks.


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20/03/2024
Scientific Consensus - Science@NASA
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20/03/2024
Fossil fuel majors miss the mark on climate targets
Nearly a decade after the Paris Agreement, the world's biggest oil and gas companies, including BP and Saudi Aramco, are far from meeting the 1.5°C global warming limit. And they're making plans to expand.


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19/03/2024
Mitigation and Adaptation - Science@NASA
Mitigation and Adaptation  Science@NASA


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18/03/2024
What Is Climate Change? - Science@NASA
What Is Climate Change?  Science@NASA


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18/03/2024
Causes - Science@NASA
Causes  Science@NASA


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13/03/2024
Nigeria joins global efforts to curb plastic waste
The number of countries around the world banning plastic bags is growing, but enforcement is still an issue, especially in regions like Africa.


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13/03/2024
IEA: Fossil fuel sector methane emissions unacceptably high
The IEA emphasized the immediate need to cut emissions of the potent greenhouse gas methane. It has a significantly higher capacity to trap heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide.


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12/03/2024
How can a circular economy benefit the environment?
We are consuming and throwing away more products than our planet can sustain. A circular economy could help protect the environment, but what does it actually involve?


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10/03/2024
Germany: Protest against Tesla plans to expand 'Gigafactory'
The demonstrations just added to the automaker's headache over plans to expand its assembly plant near Berlin. It had already shut its plant for several days due to apparent sabotage.


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07/03/2024
What is the Anthropocene?
Many scientists say profound human-driven change to our planet has ushered a new geological epoch: The Anthropocene. Others believe claims of a new age are premature.


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05/03/2024
Biodiversity: Can extinctions be stopped?
Humans actions are pushing countless plant and animal species to the verge of extinction. Can this be reversed? DW looks at what works and what doesn't.


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04/03/2024
Vietnam tightens grip on social media influencers
Vietnam authorities arrested a popular YouTuber last week. But why is the Vietnamese government cracking down on independent voices?


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01/03/2024
Germany: Tesla plant protesters to spend week in forest
Treehouses and a piano concert in the woods: Activists protesting against a Tesla factory expansion near Berlin said they intend to stay in a forest for a week. The police keep a low profile.


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01/03/2024
New species of green anaconda identified in Amazon
Researchers have shown that two genetically very different types of green anaconda exist in the Amazon. The two species appear virtually identical, meaning their genetic divergence had not been noticed.


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15/02/2024
Global Warming: Solutions & Benefits at Glacier National Park (U.S - National Park Service
14/02/2024
What are the effects of global warming? - National Geographic
What are the effects of global warming?  National Geographic


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Climate Change - Union of Concerned Scientists
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