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Speaking the truth: Pacific Island countries lead the world in reporting on global warming – Monash Lens

Pacific islanders didn’t need US President Joe Biden to tell them that climate change poses “an existential threat”. They’ve been warning the West for years. Climate change communication researcher Tahnee Burgess has examined how Pacific Island journalists reported on global…

A new TanSat XCO2 global product for climate studies

(Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) The 1st Chinese carbon dioxide (CO2) monitoring satellite mission, TanSat, was launched in 2016. The 1st TanSat global map of CO2 dry-air mixing ratio (XCO2) measurements over land was released as version 1 data product with an accuracy of 2.11 ppmv (parts per million by volume) in 2017. A new (version 2) TanSat global XCO2 product is now released.

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Business as Usual Equals Many Extra Deaths from Global Warming – CounterPunch

Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair Is it already too late to stop global warming? That question is not asked with thoughts of throwing up hands in despair and giving up. Rather, that question must be asked in the context of…

Business as Usual Equals Many Extra Deaths from Global Warming – CounterPunch

Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair Is it already too late to stop global warming? That question is not asked with thoughts of throwing up hands in despair and giving up. Rather, that question must be asked in the context of…

Tracking Australia’s Energy and Emissions Reduction Minister Angus Taylor at COP25

I established this page to track Australian Energy and Emissions Reduction Minister Angus Taylor at the UN Climate Conference, but with current events surrounding this scandal plagued minister his attendance at COP25 is still up in the air. Australia could…

Jeremy Corbyn says UK must stop ‘passing the buck to poorer countries’ on climate change – The Independent

Jeremy Corbyn has called for honesty over the scale of Britain’s contribution to global warming, warning that much of the reduction in greenhouse gases in recent years is due to “outsourcing” of carbon emissions to poorer countries. The Labour leader…

Seven-metre tsunamis threaten oil tanker expressway in Persian Gulf, study warns – The Independent

The world’s major oil tanker expressway in the Persian Gulf could be hammered with 7m tsunamis as often as every two years, new research warns. This is likely to be caused by global warming and could cause massive disruption to the…

Antarctica’s floating ice level plummets to record low, alarming Nasa study reveals – The Independent

The amount of ice floating in the sea across Antarctica has fallen to a record low just three years after hitting an all-time high. Floating ice levels near the continent increased steadily from 1979 to 2014, when it hit 4.9m square miles, the highest amount…