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News about Climate Change and our Planet

Year: 2022

Climate change worsening toll of humid heat on outdoor workers —study – GMA News Online

PARIS — A punishing mix of heat and humidity that makes outdoor labor difficult and dangerous is causing around 677 billion lost working hours a year around the world, according to a new study Thursday that warns climate change is…

Tonga volcano felt around the world

The Tonga volcano and ensuing tsunami were felt around the world. The January 15, 2022, event affected the shores of places as far away as Oregon while the pressure wave moved across the globe.

The post Tonga volcano felt around the world first appeared on EarthSky.

Myth Debunked: Global warming is good – Times of Malta

As world leaders met at the COP26 summit to debate how to tackle climate change, misinformation began to circulate around social media. While today you hardly find people that deny that climate change exists and is happening, misleading claims arise…

Warming The Planet Is An Unintentional Crime – OpEd – Eurasia Review

Certain Western countries are chiefly responsible for the global warming. They have been warming the planet since the industrialization, which started about 200 years ago.  The insatiable thirst by big emitters, which their numbers are increasing, is making the life…

A Vivid View of Extreme Weather: Temperature Records in the U.S. in 2021

Where All-Time Temperature Records Were Set in 2021 June heat wave Minneapolis Salt Lake City San Francisco February cold snap Los Angeles Albuquerque Little Rock All-time record broken by 10° Fahrenheit New Orleans San Antonio June heat wave Minneapolis Sioux…

Scientists at Stanford Revitalize Batteries By Bringing ‘Dead’ Lithium Back to Life

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University may have found a way to revitalize rechargeable lithium batteries, potentially boosting the range of electric vehicles and battery life in next-gen electronic devices. As lithium batteries cycle, they accumulate little islands of inactive lithium that are cut off from the […]

The post Scientists at Stanford Revitalize Batteries By Bringing ‘Dead’ Lithium Back to Life appeared first on Good News Network.

How will homes of the future look, feel different with global warming? – Augusta Free Press

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How the Refrigerator Became an Agent of Climate Catastrophe – The New Yorker

A couple of years ago, in spring, my wife and I took our dog for a walk near Bantam Lake, in northwestern Connecticut, a few miles from our house. In swampy woods on the lake’s northern shore, we noticed a…

Alarmed by climate change | | bedfordgazette.com – bedfordgazette.com

New results from a long-running public opinion survey show that about 1 in 3 Americans is now “alarmed” by global warming. Is it any wonder, given the horrific onslaught of fires, floods, heat waves and other climate disasters we’ve experienced…

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