Global Warming

Intensified Water Cycle Slows Down Global Warming

A new study shows that the intensification of global hydrological cycle drives more ocean heat uptake into the deep ocean and moderates the pace of global warming.

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Government ‘actions Need To Follow’ Words On Climate, Sir David King Says

We were joined by Sir David King, chair of the Climate Crisis Advisory Group, which provides analysis of global warming by independent scientists from across the globe.

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The Coastal Northeastern Us Is A Global Warming Hotspot

New research, led by the University of Massachusetts Amherst reveals, for the first time, not only that the coastal Northeast—from Maine to Delaware—is heating faster than most regions of North America, but that this heating is linked to drastic...

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Boris Johnson Reveals Why He Wants To Be Renamed In Honour Of Ancient Greek God Of North Wind

On Wednesday, Boris Johnson fully focused on global warming-related issues when addressing the 76th session of the UN General Assembly, where he warned that it was time for humanity to "grow up" and start tackling climate change.

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The Truckers' Friend: Uk Transport Secretary Takes Action To Protect M25 Motorway From Demonstrators

Motorists and truckers using one of Britain’s busiest motorways have endured days of misery from climate change protesters. Insulate Britain is led by Extinction Rebellion co-founder Roger Hallam, the SUV-driving global warming activist.
Related topics: United Kingdom, Protests, Activism

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Dr congo president Asks For materialization Of ‘all The Promises Made To Africa’ 

The President of Democratic Republic of Congo, Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, asked for United Nations Member States to “materialize all the promises made to Africa in compensation for the sacrifices agreed to protect humanity...
Related topics: Democratic Republic Of Congo

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Orange Vest Uprising In Australia

The extremes to which Australian authorities have exploited Covid hysteria to impose tyranny beggar belief. Finally, serious pushback is getting underway. Excessive taxes in the name of the global warming hoax produced the Gilet Jaune uprising in...
Related topics: Australia, Taxes, France

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Provoking Climate Engagement

Most of us have become accustomed to hearing that global warming is one of the biggest challenges facing the world. At the same time, the topic can make us feel powerless, and it is easy to think that we can't do much about it.

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Scientists Still Don't Know How Far Melting In Antarctica Will Go, Or The Sea Level Rise It Will...

The Antarctic ice sheet is the largest mass of ice in the world, holding around 60% of the world's fresh water. If it all melted, global average sea levels would rise by 58 meters. But scientists are grappling with exactly how global warming will...
Related topics: Antarctica (science), Antarctic

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This Roadmap Shows How The U.s. Can Cut Emissions In Half By 2030

America is All In lays out how many emissions each sector of the economy needs to cut, and how we can achieve those goals. To be on track to meet the most ambitious goal of the Paris climate agreement—limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees...
Related topics: France, Paris

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Mental Health Could Be The Next Casualty Of Global Warming

One evening in July, Stephanie Felts was lying in bed trying to process simultaneous climate disasters all over the world. From a crushing Canadian heatwave to U.S. wildfires and China floods, the drumbeat triggered memories of a close call her...

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World On 'catastrophic' Path To 2.7c Warming: Un Chief

A failure to slash global emissions is setting the world on a "catastrophic" path to 2.7 degrees Celsius heating, UN chief Antonio Guterres warned Friday just weeks before crunch climate talks.

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Video: Police Act Against Climate Protesters Blocking M25 Motorway

Insulate Britain is led by Extinction Rebellion co-founder Roger Hallam, the SUV-driving global warming activist who was arrested and charged in September 2019 for his part in a plot to endanger tens of thousands of lives by flying drones over...
Related topics: Usa Videos, Police, Protests, Activism, Drones

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New Ocean Temperature Data Help Scientists Make Their Hot Predictions

So many climate models, so little time ... A new way of measuring ocean temperatures helps scientists sort the likely from unlikely scenarios of global warming.

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Species In Polar Regions Hard Hit By Climate Change

Many species will become extinct as a consequence of global warming. This is the prediction of a mathematical model. The simulations show that climate change will have a particularly large impact on ecosystems in polar regions, mirroring changes...
Related topics: Mathematics

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Professor Part Of Massive Field Lab Researching Global Warming's Impact On Water Sources

At a time when a drought is affecting the 40 million people who rely on the Colorado River system, Indiana University professor Travis O'Brien and a team of scientific colleagues are embarking on a monumental U.S. Department of Energy project to...

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At-at Aquarium Looks Like Hoth After Global Warming

When you think of AT-ATs, you think of these giant mechanical beasts stomping along the snowy surface of Hoth. But what would happen if the Empire’s war machines ran on fossil fuels and their CO2 emissions, resulting in a greenhouse effect? It...

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"personal Carbon Allowances" Pushed To Fight Global Warming

"Personal Carbon Allowances" Pushed To Fight Global Warming Authored by Wesley Smith, op-ed via The Epoch Times, The COVID pandemic offered an unprecedented excuse for want-to-be authoritarians to stifle liberty. To fight disease,...

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Abandoning 60 Percent Of Global Oil And Gas Might Limit Warming To 1.5 C

Coal production needs to have already peaked and oil and gas production must steadily decline for even a 50 percent chance of meeting that target -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Coal Burning Must Be Curbed If Global Warming Is To Be Limited To 1.5 C This Century

A study out today says the vast majority of Earth's coal, including 95% of Australia's, cannot be burned if global warming is to be limited to 1.5℃ this century. The findings are undoubtedly true. But examining how much fossil fuel the world can...
Related topics: Australia

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