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Research project aims to spread reflective beads on Arctic ice to slow climate warming – Anchorage Daily News

Researchers are proposing to sprinkle powdered glass “microspheres” on sea ice to increase its reflectivity. (Ned Rozell) A research project that’s exploring whether covering sea ice with tiny reflective beads could help slow climate warming is drawing concerns from Arctic…

Planting trees not core policy on global warming: minister – DAWN.com

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Climate Change Sherry Rehman on Tuesday said although planting trees was a necessity to reduce environment degradation among other things, it was not, nor could be the core public policy on global warming. Talking to Dawn, Sherry…

How climate scientists keep hope alive as damage worsens – Oregon Public Broadcasting

University of Maine climate scientist Jacquelyn Gill examines a cone from a western pine at the Sawyer Environmental Research Center, Wednesday, May 4, 2022, in Orono, Maine. Gill says her work as a paleo-ecologist and climatologist has given her hope…

Global Warning: Extreme weather conditions are sweeping large parts of the world – The Financial Express

Climate change has been at the top of the agenda for many nations across the world. Why would some global leaders otherwise appoint ‘chief heat officers’, who have the most important tasks at hand—to deal with rising temperatures in their…

Global Warming Impacts Society | Opinion | quovadisnewspaper.com – Quo Vadis

Global warming is a phenomenon that has caught the attention of policymakers across the globe. Now, global warming may not be an issue for humans at the moment, but it may affect us in the future, and it is certainly…

16 Dem States, Green Groups Sue USPS For Buying Gas-Powered Mail Trucks

A coalition of 16 Democratic state attorneys general and several environmental groups sued the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) on Thursday, alleging the agency cut corners to justify its purchase of gas vehicles. Both lawsuits alleged that the USPS conducted a…

“Eight years left to turn the ship”: Scientists share how climate change could change daily life – CBS News

Earlier this month, more than 300 people in South Africa were killed as record rainfall washed away buildings and infrastructure in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province. A day earlier, dozens were killed in the Philippines after tropical storm Megi spurred landslides…

US Reps. Neguse and Curtis discuss bipartisan ways to address climate change – CU Boulder Today

Banner image: Rep. Joe Neguse, D-Colo., speaks to the audience, alongside moderators Matt Burgess and Renae Marshall. (Credit: Glenn Asakawa/CU Boulder) More than 150 people gathered at CU Boulder earlier this month for a lively, moderated discussion between U.S. Reps. Joe Neguse,…

31 Global Citizens Share How Climate Change Affects Them Every Day – Global Citizen

Around the world, varying degrees of extreme weather events have shown that the earth is experiencing an obvious shift in its climate patterns. Floods, heat waves, and unpredictable weather are becoming much more common, affecting the lives of millions of…

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