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Menopausal Mother Nature

News about Climate Change and our Planet

Month: September 2021

Charity Rescues So Much Food From Landfill, It Opens a ‘Pay What You Feel’ Grocery Store To Share Tons of Produce

In Vancouver, a new supermarket is opening specifically to get unwanted food and produce into the hands of people who need or want it, thereby sparing it from being dumped into the landfill. The Food Stash Foundation’s “Rescued Food Market” is opening its doors on October 1st. Located on 340 West 2nd Avenue, for three […]

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Warming climate brings opportunity, challenges to NJ’s wine industry – WPVI-TV

MILFORD, New Jersey — The warming climate is transforming the wine-making landscape around the world, and turning once chillier New Jersey into a hotspot. But the benefits of greater warmth come with strings attached, including extreme storms, that can complicate…

Double benefit of limiting global warming for tropical cyclone exposure – Nature.com

1. Geiger, T., Frieler, K. & Bresch, D. N. A global historical data set of tropical cyclone exposure (TCE-DAT). Earth Syst. Sci. Data 10, 185–194 (2018). Article  Google Scholar  2. Berlemann, M. & Wenzel, D. Hurricanes, economic growth and transmission…

World’s First 5-Nation Reserve Spans 435 Miles in Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, and Serbia: ‘Amazon of Europe’

The ‘Amazon of Europe’—a victory for nature 12 years in the making, has finally come to pass as a transboundary UNESCO Biosphere Reserve covering five nations. Protecting the valuable and vulnerable riverine and estuarine ecosystems of the Rivers Danube, Mura, and Drava, the reserve spans Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, and Slovenia. Similar to its famous […]

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Above the Waterline: It’s Time to Go Really Big on Climate Change – Atlanta Intown

Will 2021 be remembered as the tipping point in the public’s consciousness regarding climate change? It certainly better be.  This past summer, the devastating results of a warming planet were revealed (yet again) in unprecedented events: extreme heat waves (a…

OSHA to ramp up workplace heat checks as global warming progresses | The Pulse – The Progressive Pulse

Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images Federal workplace safety regulators say they are taking steps toward protecting workers from heat-related illness. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration on Sept. 24 announced that it will finally establish a federal workplace heat standard….

Video: Life at 50C – The families forced to defend their homes from Australian bushfires (BBC)

This short BBC documentary investigates the climate change impacts of extreme heat and bushfires. It articulates climate change is here and now. It will get worse. But there are things we can do to change the direction of global warming….

Mars’ small size limited its habitability

Mars was once a wet and habitable world, so what happened to change that? According to a new study from Washington University in St. Louis, Mars’ small size is likely to blame for why it lost most of its water and atmosphere.

The post Mars’ small size limited its habitability first appeared on EarthSky.

Global warming found to be slowing down in new study – TweakTown

A team of researchers has found a new mechanism that can impact the rate of human-induced global warming. VIEW GALLERY – 2 IMAGES The new study was published in the journal Nature Climate Change by a team of researchers from…

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