Western Europe Is Experiencing Another Heatwave This Week

Western Europe Is Experiencing Another Heatwave This Week

Western Europe is facing yet another record-breaking heatwave in the same month Temperatures of 41C were forecast in Paris but thermometers rose as much as 42.6C yesterday, while temperature records were broken for the second time in two days in...
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Humans Are To Blame For The Future Extinction of Almost One Million Animal and Plant Species

Humans Are To Blame For The Future Extinction of Almost One Million Animal and Plant Species

The UN reports that humans are having a devastating impact on nature on land, in the seas, and in the sky An official UN report shows that about one million animal and plant species are being threatened with extinction due...
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European Team Is Set To Drill For The Oldest Ice On Earth In Antarctica

European Team Is Set To Drill For The Oldest Ice On Earth In Antarctica

A team of 14 European researchers are going on an expedition in Antarctica hoping to find the oldest ice on Earth as announced at the European Geosciences Union Conference (EGU) in Vienna, Austria on Tuesday. The European project is called...
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Wallace Smith Broecker, The Scientist Who Introduced “Global Warming” Has Died

Wallace Smith Broecker, The Scientist Who Introduced “Global Warming” Has Died

The US geochemist who helped popularize the term “global warming” has died last month in New York at the age of 87 Wallace Smith Broecker initiated key research into the history of the Earth’s climate and humans’ influence upon it...
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UK Power Plant Starts Carbon Dioxide Capture Project

UK Power Plant Starts Carbon Dioxide Capture Project

The Drax Power Station aims to capture one tonne of CO2 per day with the first BECCS pilot project in the world Even though it was initially announced to start in the middle of 2020, the first bio energy carbon...
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What is global warming and what are its long term effects?

What is global warming and what are its long term effects?

Ever since 1906, the global average surface temperature has increased by more than 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit (0.9 degrees Celsius) and even more in sensitive polar regions and the effects of global warming are appearing right now. The heat is melting...
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India Plants 66 Million Trees in 12 Hours – New Record to Meet Paris Agreement

India Plants 66 Million Trees in 12 Hours – New Record to Meet Paris Agreement

India broke its own world record and planted 66 million trees in 12 hours, in an attempt to meet the agreements made at the Paris Climate Change Conference 1,5 million volunteers spent 12 hours, between 7 am and 7pm, to...
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