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Arctic sea ice August 2022

Ocean currents keep pushing heat toward the Arctic Ocean Arctic sea ice is getting very thin, as temperatures keep rising and ocean currents keeps pushing warm water toward the Arctic, as illustrated by the NOAA image below, showing sea surface temperatures in…

Global warming causing worldwide heat-wave crises – Workers World

Fiddling while the Northern Hemisphere burns, roasts, melts and drowns. That’s what is going on in Washington, D.C., now. (In a few months, it will be the turn of the Southern Hemisphere, which is now experiencing winter.) Muslim charity giving…

Global Warming Solutions, Inc. to introduce – Land & Ocean Smart Integrated Renewable Energy (LOSIRE) Solution – GlobeNewswire

Temecula, CA, Aug. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Warming Solutions, Inc., (OTC: GWSO), in the quest to find new, innovative, and more efficient, low-cost, flexible, and reliable solutions to provide zero carbon emission energy, is ready to start developing…

Saved From Extinction: How the Gulf of Mexico Escaped Global Warming 56 Million Years Ago – SciTechDaily

The picture above depicts the Mississippi River flowing into the Gulf of Mexico. According to researchers at the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics, river sediments and ocean currents helped simple sea life in the Gulf survive a deep-ocean mass…

The GDP-global warming relationship: How climate change can impact the global economy – Times of India

“Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in one part of the world set off a tornado in some other part?” This was the question posed nearly 50 years ago by the American mathematician and meteorologist Edward Lorenz to drive…

Excessive Heat in the Deeper Sub-polar North Atlantic Ocean Triggers Global Climate Change – AZoCleantech

Jul 27 2022Reviewed by Alex Smith Excessive cooling events, defined as Heinrich Events, in the North Atlantic during the last glacial period are a perfect example of how local processes affect global climate. While the effects of Heinrich events on…

Western Europe, a Climate Leader, Still Suffers From Global Warming – The New York Times

Western Europe has done more to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions over the past three decades than any other region in the world. It has vastly expanded solar and wind power. It has introduced carbon taxes and other policies to…

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