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Tiny Microscopic Hunters Could Be a Crystal Ball for Climate Change – Duke Today

DURHAM, N.C. — It’s hard to know what climate change will mean for Earth’s interconnected and interdependent webs of life. But one team of researchers at Duke University says we might begin to get a glimpse of the future from…

How To Build A Climate Workforce In Hawaii – Honolulu Civil Beat

When it comes to climate change, we all approach it with different levels of understanding and lived experiences. Fortunately, the general population has begun to recognize that it is indeed a global crisis, no matter where you live. As an…

Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, 59, Dies; Linked Weather Disasters to Climate Change – The New York Times

The lack of peer review made some in the scientific community uncomfortable, Dr. Cullen said. “We were still trying to convince other scientists that this could be done,” she said, adding that Dr. van Oldenborgh’s expertise and leadership were critical…

Istanbul Improves the Lives of its Thousands of Stray Cats with Elaborate Outdoor Cat Houses

In Istanbul, a city of 15 million people that’s famous for its relaxed attitude towards stray cats, groups of volunteers build elaborate houses for their feline neighbors. There, cats can find donated food and toys, cushions and boxes to keep them out of harsh weather, and even a new owner if they’re lucky. It all […]

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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…

Research shows getting tough on methane could reduce warming by 0.3 C – The Narwhal

Matt Johnson says there’s a clear starting point for governments looking to stabilize the atmosphere to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas pollution. While decision makers often talk about the carbon dioxide emissions produced during combustion of fossil fuels, Johnson, a researcher…

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