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Mitigating Global Warming While Boosting the World Economy – Reasons to Believe

As I noted in last week’s Today’s New Reason to Believe1 and explained in an article posted last January,2 marine temperature proxy measurements leave no doubt that global warming over the past 75 years is real. The global mean temperature…

Why Winter Does Not Disprove Global Warming – Forbes

Why we have seasons Library of Congress and National Weather Service This Thanksgiving I am grateful for many things, and I count critical thinking skills and basic science literacy as part of that collection. Around this time of year, it…

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…

Warning: African Children Died Mining Cobalt For Your EV’s Battery

Warning labels on pharmaceutical products let us know about possible side effects from their ingestion. Warning labels on children’s toys address multiple negative consequences of allowing their unsupervised use – and more. Warning labels are also placed on numerous other…

Climate bits – ASBMB Today

From metabolic engineering to use, bacteria to extract rare earth elements to feeding cattle diets that minimize their methane emission, biochemistry research can shed light on climate and sustainability. Contributing writer Meg Taylor rounded up some recent research findings for…

Global Warming: How It Affects Astronomy – Asiana Times

Global warming appears to have a negative impact on the space observatories situated all around the globe. Climate change has affected our view of the cosmos as all that we get will be of low quality and mostly obscured. Global…

Ancient Cultures May Hold the Key To Keeping Buildings Cool in a Changing Climate

While the summers may be getting hotter, there have always been people living in the deserts and the tropics, and some of their architectural designs from eras past could hold the key to keeping cool in today’s changing climate. Emissions from buildings are the largest sources of anthropogenic CO2 in society, and a large chunk […]

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Airborne pollutants amplify the effects of climate change – Earth.com

For so long, the world has been focused on the impacts of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions on global warming and subsequent changes in climate. But CO2 is not the sole product released as a result of industrial processes or the…

Rising CO2 Improves Crop Yields 3% Per Year – Critical To Feed The World

The elevated CO2 fertilization effect is driving global greening trends, pushing back deserts, enhancing photosynthesis by 30 to 50%, improving water use efficiency, and boosting crop yields by about 3% every year since 1961. Recently atmospheric CO2 has been rising…

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