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Climate Expert: The 2022 Seasonal Hurricane Forecast Was A Bust

Predictions are a dime a dozen. Who is going to win the next election? The next Super Bowl? The World Cup? What will tomorrow’s high temperature be? What will GDP growth be next year? The possibilities are endless. And there…

Dimming the Sun to Cool the Planet Is a Desperate Idea, Yet We’re Inching Toward It – The New Yorker

If we decide to “solar geoengineer” the Earth—to spray highly reflective particles of a material, such as sulfur, into the stratosphere in order to deflect sunlight and so cool the planet—it will be the second most expansive project that humans…

Climate change – Philstar.com

We have been hearing a lot about climate change being blamed for more killer typhoons and rising sea level. It seems, our planet Earth is becoming warmer and may eventually become too warm for humans to survive. Much of the…

NOAA: Where Does Global Warming Go During La Niña? – SnowBrains

In general, the warmest year of any decade will be an El Niño year, the coldest a La Niña one. This graph shows annual average surface temperatures (gray bars), grouped by decade, from 1950 to 2021. The warmest and coldest…

The upcoming El Nino and further events and developments

The upcoming El Niño The above image shows a forecast for August 2023 of the sea surface temperature anomaly in degrees Celsius, from tropicaltidbits.com. The forecast shows temperatures that are higher than average (based on 1984-2009 model climatology) for the…

Global cooling caused by La Niña won’t slow climate change – 9News.com KUSA

La Niña weather patterns result in cooler than normal weather globally, but they are not cool enough to slow climate change. DENVER — The La Niña weather pattern starts with cooler-than-normal sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean along the equator….

Global cooling caused by La Niña won’t slow climate change – WTOL

La Niña weather patterns result in cooler than normal weather globally, but they are not cool enough to slow climate change. DENVER — The La Niña weather pattern starts with cooler-than-normal sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean along the equator….

How Decades of Hard-Earned Protections and Restoration Reversed the Collapse of California’s Treasured Mono Lake – InsideClimate News

The Water Desk, An initiative of the Center for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado, Boulder, supported research and reporting for this story. LEE VINING, Calif.—When Rose Nelson camped along lower Rush Creek in the summer of 2017, the water…

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