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News about Climate Change and our Planet

Month: June 2022

New Jersey BPU must help natural gas utilities comply with state’s Global Warming Response Act – Environmental Defense Fund

By Ted Kelly The need to replace South Jersey’s leaking and leak-prone pipelines while planning to move New Jersey’s energy system away from fossil fuels became major news today when the Board of Public Utilities approved a settlement for the…

NOAA Scientist Admits That Despite Efforts, No Drop In Global CO2 Levels

In a sobering admission to the Australian Broadcasting Company, NOAA scientist Pieter Tans, who is in charge of tracking Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in Earth’s atmosphere, said there has been no slowdown despite years of efforts. He admitted in the interview,…

Australians Set To Freeze During Coldest Week In 118 Years

Five new polar blasts are set to hit Australia over the next two weeks as the country continues its freezing start to winter – the coldest in 118 years. A massive surge of cold air is forcing temperatures to plunge…

While Building New Industrial Park Crew Stumbles on ‘Remarkable’ 1,400-yo Ruins of Maya City

“It is more important to preserve the Maya legacy,” says Mauricio Montalvo, property owner of industrial park that had to be delayed due to the discovery of a large Mayan settlement from around 600 CE. Filled with plazas, pyramids, and a natural sinkhole called a cenote which tend to feature in Mayan settlements, there may have […]

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Global warming and corals: How the past informs the present – Earth.com

The importance of coral reefs in aquatic ecosystems cannot be underestimated. They are the engineers of the deep sea, creating habitat and helping to secure the survival of many species on the ocean floor.  Yet, these heroes of the ocean…

The World Health Organization’s Climate Neurosis

Measles cases are spiking globally. More than 1,000 monkeypox cases have been reported in 29 countries, and children around the world are developing hepatitis for unknown reasons. And what is the World Health Organization focused on? Climate change, naturally. [bold,…

Ukraine war: Fossil fuel ‘gold rush’ could make global warming irreversible – Euronews

The Ukraine war has caused a “gold rush” for new fossil fuel projects, threatening to lock us into irreversible global warming, according to leading climate researchers. A new report from Climate Action Tracker (CAT) has found that soaring energy prices…

Aerosols from burning fossil fuels are masking global warming, UW researchers find – The Seattle Times

Climate change will become worse before it gets better. According to research led by scientists at the University of Washington, eliminating greenhouse gases would stabilize the planet in the long term, but the subsequent loss of aerosols — small particles…

Inflation and war loom over EU votes on climate change policy – Reuters

A general view of the building of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, November 24, 2021. Julien Warnand/Pool via REUTERS Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BRUSSELS, June 8 (Reuters) – The European Parliament votes on Wednesday…

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