Inquiry Evidence Suggests Extreme Bushfire Season of Australia Predicted Earlier And To Occur Again

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Inquiry Evidence Suggests Extreme Bushfire Season of Australia Predicted Earlier And To Occur Again Australia’s severe bushfire season was predicted accurately by the Bureau of Meteorology and also in line with predictions Australia’s peak scientific body laid down 30 years ago. The fires caused 33 deaths, destroyed 3,000 and more homes, and burned more than … Read more

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New Research Finds Deep Ocean Warming Could Occur Seven Times Faster By The 2nd Half of The Century

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New Research Finds Deep Ocean Warming Could Occur Seven Times Faster By The 2nd Half of The Century The climate change rates in the ocean depths worldwide could be seven times higher by the middle of this century compared to current levels, albeit emissions of greenhouse gases were cut dramatically, according to new research. The … Read more

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COVID-19 Crisis: World Health Leaders Urge Governments To Ensure A Sustainable Green Recovery

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COVID-19 Crisis: World Health Leaders Urge Governments To Ensure A Sustainable Green Recovery World health professionals, including doctors and medical professionals all around the globe, have urged world G20 leaders to confirm a green recovery from the coronavirus crisis taking account of air pollution and climate breakdown. An open letter to the G20 leaders, along with … Read more

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Study Shows Climate Change Forcing World’s Forests To Become Younger And Shorter

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Study Shows Climate Change Forcing World’s Forests To Become Younger And Shorter World’s forests have become significantly shorter and younger overall due to climate breakdown and the mass felling of trees, an analysis shows. Rising temperatures, natural disasters, and deforestation are taking a heavy toll, according to scientists. Scientists expect the trend to continue with … Read more

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Study Confirms Tropical Cyclones Becoming More Intense And Devastating Globally in Last 40 Years

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Study Confirms Tropical Cyclones Becoming More Intense And Devastating Globally in Last 40 Years Globally the tropical cyclones have become intense over the last 40 years, with a large number of devastating storms than before generating more often, with which the theory that warming oceans would drive more dangerous cyclones have been further confirmed according to … Read more

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Carbon Emissions Reach Unprecedented Lows, Courtesy Global Lockdowns

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Carbon Emissions Reach Unprecedented Lows, Courtesy Global Lockdowns Since lockdowns were imposed globally due to the coronavirus crisis, they trigger a dramatic fall in global Carbon dioxide emissions; research has shown. The first definitive study of global carbon output in the recent year disclosed that emissions of the greenhouse gas per day plunged 17% by early … Read more

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Study Finds Estimates of Microplastic Pollution in Oceans Immensely Misjudged

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Study Finds Estimates of Microplastic Pollution in Oceans Immensely Misjudged Abundant microplastics pollution in oceans is likely to have been greatly underestimated, as per research suggesting that the number of particles present there could be at least double than what was thought previously. The waters off coasts of the UK and US, when trawled by the … Read more

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Researchers Find Chances of Dust Bowl Condition Similar To That of 1930s Great Depression Are Now More Than Double

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Researchers Find Chances of Dust Bowl Condition Similar To That of 1930s Great Depression Are Now More Than Double Dust bowl, the agricultural conditions during the great depression of the 1930s in the US, that helped propel mass migration among drought-stricken farmers are now more than twice as likely to reoccur in the region due … Read more

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Climate Crisis Triggers The Spread of Green Snow in Antarctica

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Climate Crisis Triggers The Spread of Green Snow in Antarctica Coastal Antarctica has experienced a curious phenomenon of green snow over the last few years, all caused by the climate crisis. The green snow that covered parts of its shores is spreading farther inland. A new study published in the journal Nature Communications on Wednesday discovered that the microscopic algae bloomed on … Read more

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