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Scientists Find ‘Statistically Significant’ Cooling Trend Over Entire Antarctic Continent

East Antarctica, which covers two-thirds of the South Pole, has cooled a whopping 2.8°C over the past four decades; West Antarctica has approximately 1.6″C. … only the tiny Antarctic Peninsula saw statistically insignificant warming. German climate website Die kalte Sonne…

Global warming or heating: What is behind climate change | Daily Sabah – Daily Sabah

Following the wildfires all over the world, climate change and the melting of glaciers have once more become current issues on the global agenda. However, what is surprising is that some who raised hell while warning about global cooling a…

Could We Slow Global Warming By Making Clouds Brighter? – IFLScience

As the consequences of climate change get more and more extreme, it makes sense that the solutions to the crisis might do the same. One idea that’s been turning heads recently fits that profile perfectly: it’s big, it’s bold, and…

Could Solar Radiation Management be the Future of Fighting Climate Change? – AZoCleantech

Solar radiation management (SRM) sparks perhaps the greatest controversy of all proposed climate change prevention strategies. However, as the most recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) highlights, the effects of global warming continue to become ever…

Global Warming: Lockdown Gave the Planet a Break, but Didn’t Stop Climate Change | Skymet Weather Service – Skymet Weather

The world comes alive after a year-long lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, people leave aside the endless series and games at: https://nationalcasino.com/en_ca/live-casino/live-roulette, and joyfully go out into the fresh air. Along with the economy, greenhouse gas emissions are rapidly…

Solar geoengineering: Can we cool the planet? – DW (English)

“There is no doubt that humans are able to artificially cool the planet,” explains David Keith from Harvard University. Keith is a researcher in solar engineering — a very controversial field. Mostly because it’s all about discovering if and how…

Scientists Now Blame Geothermal Heat For Melting Antarctic Glaciers

According to a new study, 36% of the 1979-2017 Antarctic ice loss was from the Thwaites (pictured) and Pine Island glaciers. Scientists believed this glacier melt was due to anthropogenic climate change “until recently.” Now they say the glacier mass…

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