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Best Childhood Memories Include School Trips, So Hyundai is Funding Excursions for 25,000 Students–Apply Today

Almost half of adults in the UK admit their fondest childhood memories include school trips. Nearly one-third even reported that their school trip had such an impact that it shaped their future career path. But rising costs are making it harder to make school trips happen, which is why Hyundai launched its “Great British School […]

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Inventor in Baja is testing a plan to cool the Earth by mimicking a volcanic eruption – CNBC

Luke Iseman conducting his balloon launch in Apr. 2022, before Make Sunsets was formally incorporated. When Luke Iseman was thinking of launching a solar geoengineering startup, he talked to experts in the field. The strongest advice they gave him was…

Climate Change | Department of Public Health & Environment – Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

The web portal and submission form for submitting annual GHG reports as required under Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) Regulation No. 22, Part A, can be accessed here. The web portal and submission form must be used by entities subject…

Runaway temperature rise by 2026?

March 2022 temperature anomaly The NASA image below shows the March 2021 temperature anomaly. The Arctic is heating up strongly.  The above image shows a temperature rise for March 2022 of 1.06°C, which is the rise from 1951-1980. The image below…

Africa to see worsening impacts from human-caused global warming, UN report warns – The Globe and Mail

Residents collect water from a municipal water tanker in drought-stricken Graaff-Reinet, South Africa, on Nov. 17, 2019.MIKE HUTCHINGS/Reuters Although Africa has contributed relatively little to the planet’s greenhouse gas emissions, the continent has suffered some of the world’s heaviest impacts…

UN: Africa, already suffering from warming, will see worse – Kent Wired

Although Africa has contributed relatively little to the planet’s greenhouse gas emissions, the continent has suffered some of the world’s heaviest impacts of climate change, from famine to flooding. Yet from its coral reefs to its highest peaks, the reverberations…

How to help hummingbirds in winter

Hummingbirds get little relief from hunger, thanks to the fastest metabolism of any vertebrate animal. Native plant nectar is usually their best food source, but since hummingbirds can starve after just a few hours without food, humans often lend a…

Rock-solid climate solutions: Negative emissions technology

(University of Victoria) Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions funds new $1.5M international research project. The global team of scientists, engineers and social scientists plan to turn the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into rock permanently beneath the Earth’s ocean floor.

Cutting air pollution would not cause ‘near-term spike’ in global warming – Carbon Brief

A reduction in air pollution brought about by shifting away from fossil fuels would not inadvertently cause a short-term acceleration of global warming, a new study says. Earlier modelling work using scenarios where fossil-fuel burning ends instantaneously had suggested that…

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