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Above all, scientists fear tipping points of climate change | Daily Sabah – Daily Sabah

As the United Nations climate summit in Scotland’s Glasgow approach, leaders from around the world are gearing up for a do-or-die showdown to limit global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius (34.7 degrees Fahrenheit). However, breaching that limit may not be…

The ‘economics of global warming’ are different in Russia – The Week Magazine

The ever-present threat of climate change is a danger to all of us — but meanwhile, over in Russia, the “economics of global warming” are playing out differently, writes The New York Times. Winter heating bills are on the decline,…

How the ‘economics of global warming’ are unfolding differently in Russia – Yahoo News

Russian Arctic. EKATERINA ANISIMOVA/AFP via Getty Images The ever-present threat of climate change is a danger to all of us — but meanwhile, over in Russia, the “economics of global warming” are playing out differently, writes The New York Times….

How Russia Is Cashing In on Climate Change – The New York Times

PEVEK, Russia — A refurbished port. A spanking new plant to generate electricity. Repaved roads. And money left over to repair the library and put in a new esplanade along the shore of the Arctic Ocean. Globally, the warming climate…

India among 11 ‘countries of concern’ on climate change for U.S. spy agencies – Reuters

Traffic moves along a highway shrouded in smog in New Delhi, India, November 15, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui WASHINGTON, Oct 20 (Reuters) – Afghanistan, India and Pakistan were among 11 countries singled out by U.S. intelligence…

Climate Change Poses a Widening Threat to National Security – The New York Times

WASHINGTON — Worsening conflict within and between nations. Increased dislocation and migration as people flee climate-fueled instability. Heightened military tension and uncertainty. Financial hazards. The Biden administration released several reports Thursday about climate change and national security, laying out in…

Where’s Walrus? You Can Help Scientists by Volunteering to Count Marine Mammals In Satellite Images

Scientists are appealing to the public to help them monitor the number of Walrus in the Arctic by looking at images—taken from space. The real-life Where’s Wally? project will see animal-lovers scanning satellite images to help monitor Walrus populations along the Arctic coastline. Conservationists hope that the ‘Walrus from Space’ research project will give a […]

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On a Pacific Island, Russia Tests Its Battle Plan on Climate Change – The New York Times

SAKHALIN ISLAND, Russia — Sixteen wind turbines are slated to go up amid the winding coast and wooded hills of this Russian island in the Pacific, creating a wind park bigger than any that currently exists in the vast reaches…

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