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Some European Nations See Warmest Start to the Year Ever Measured – The New York Times

In the coastal Spanish town of San Sebastián, residents swapped coats for T-shirts and headed to the beach for a swim. In Rome, tourists and locals strolled in the sunshine in light sweaters. And in low-lying areas of the Pyrenees,…

Climate change: Why is Europe experiencing a January heat wave? – Euronews

Countries across Europe have been experiencing record-breaking January temperatures, meteorologists say. At least eight European countries have recorded their warmest January day ever. Climatologists are calling this an “extreme event” unlike anything in European history. Europe’s hottest January on record…

EU strikes key agreement to overhaul carbon market – DW (English)

The European Union reached an agreement on Sunday to overhaul the bloc’s carbon market — its main policy tool in the fight against global warming. “The agreement … will allow us to meet climate objectives within the main sectors of…

European Union reaches agreement on pivotal carbon market deal – CNBC

European Union negotiators reached agreement early on Dec. 18, 2022 on overhauling the bloc’s carbon market, the bloc’s main policy tool for fighting global warming. Liesa Johannssen | Bloomberg | Getty Images European Union negotiators reached agreement early on Sunday…

Coal Revival Surges As High Gas Prices Drive Czechs To Cheaper Fuels

In this part of the northeastern Czech Republic, huge piles of coal are stacked up ready to sell to eager buyers, and smoke belches from coal-fired plants that are ramping up instead of winding down. Ostrava has been working for…

Brits Now Paying Highest Electricity Bills In The Entire World

New research reveals that the UK has the highest electricity bills. Brits pay more for their power than anywhere else on the planet. A new study looked at Government data on electricity and gas prices from the past five years…

Misinformation Experiment has Potential to ‘Inoculate’ Millions of Social Media Users

Briefly exposing social media users to the tricks behind misinformation boosts awareness of harmful online falsehoods, says new research—and Google is set to deploy an anti-disinformation campaign based on the findings. Short animations placed in YouTube’s Ad slot gave viewers a taste of the strategies behind misinformation, according to the huge online experiment led by […]

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