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Will Sea-Level Rise Drown NYC By 2050? Don’t Pack Your Bags Just Yet

A recent National Aeronautics and Space Administration report yet again raises the alarm that New Yorkers are about to be inundated by rapidly rising seas. But a review of the data suggests that such warnings need to be taken with…

Hundreds of Mayan Cities and Towns with Ball Courts and Roads Discovered in LiDAR Survey in Guatemala

Researchers studying the Mayan Empire have discovered that hidden under the rainforests of Guatemala were more than 900 habitations including at least 4 large cities and thousands of yards of raised causeways connecting them. Together the research reveals the true scope of territorial reach and technological sophistication of the Maya like never before. The revolutionary […]

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Doom isn’t inevitable: My top 10 climate lessons from 2022 – Los Angeles Times

This is the Dec. 29, 2022, edition of Boiling Point, a weekly newsletter about climate change and the environment in California and the American West. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Another year gone by. Another 365…

Global warming and the promise of nuclear fusion – The Express Tribune

As discussed in the article in this space last week, the developed world is prepared to put a large amount of money at the disposal of the developing world to help fight the consequences of global warming. Most of the…

El Niño Is Coming—and the World Isn’t Prepared – WIRED

In 2023, the relentless increase in global heating will continue, bringing ever more disruptive weather that is the signature calling card of accelerating climate breakdown.  According to NASA, 2022 was one of the hottest years ever recorded on Earth. This…

Record low water levels on the Mississippi River in 2022 show how climate change is altering large rivers – The Conversation

Rivers are critical corridors that connect cities and ecosystems alike. When drought develops, water levels fall, making river navigation harder and more expensive. In 2022, water levels in some of the world’s largest rivers, including the Rhine in Europe and…

Warming Worsened West Africa Floods That Killed 800 People – Scientific American

Extreme rainfall in Nigeria triggered catastrophic floods this summer that killed hundreds and displaced more than a million people. A new study finds that the influence of global warming made the downpours 80 times more probable. It’s the latest report…

Not ‘Green’ At All: How Renewables Destroy The Natural Environment

‘Green’ policies are destroying the natural environment and changing local weather. This is part of a futile United Nations scheme claiming to improve the climate of the world. All green energy degrades the environment. Take wind power. Wind turbines steal…

Crisis on the Nile: Global warming and overuse threaten Africa’s longest river – FRANCE 24 English

Running from Uganda to Egypt, the Nile is essential to the survival of millions of people living in Africa. But a combination of climate change and human overuse is drying up the river, and worsening conditions for farmers who fear…

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