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EU provides 15 million euros of funding for Arctic project

(Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research) 35 partners, led by the AWI, are developing a comprehensive environmental observing system for the Arctic as part of the Arctic PASSION project.

Butterflies and moths have difficulty adjusting to a rapidly changing climate

(University of Helsinki) Climate change exerts great pressure for change on species and biodiversity. A recent study conducted by the University of Helsinki and the Finnish Environment Institute indicates that the few moth and butterfly species (Lepidoptera) capable of adjusting to a changing climate by advancing their flight period and moving further north have fared the best in Finland. In contrast, roughly 40% of Lepidoptera species have not been able to respond in either way, seeing their populations decline.

‘The Health Impact of Global Warming Is Real, Widespread and Non-Trivial’ – The Wire Science

Women working at a brick kiln in Gujarat, June 2020. Photo: Pop & Zebra/Unsplash New Delhi: Deaths due to heat stress caused by rising global temperatures have moved from projections to actual numbers, with new research finding that over a…

Research: Countries in violation of Baltic Sea Convention, polluting marine environment

(Aarhus University) The countries around the Baltic Sea do not respect their binding international agreement to reduce agricultural pollution of the marine environment. Despite farming activities being the single most important source of nutrient pollution to the Baltic Sea.

Arctic nations pledge to fight global warming despite rising tensions – WION

Arctic countries on Thursday pledged to fight global warming, which is happening three times faster in the Far North, and to preserve peace in the region as its geopolitical importance rises. Accelerated global warming, untapped resources, new maritime routes opened…

Arctic nations agree to fight global warming despite tensions – Al Jazeera English

Arctic countries have pledged to fight global warming, which is happening three times faster in the northern reaches of the earth than elsewhere and to preserve peace in the region as its geopolitical importance increases. Accelerated global warming, untapped resources,…

Arctic Nations Pledge to Fight Global Warming Despite Rising Tensions – The Moscow Times

Arctic countries on Thursday pledged to fight global warming, which is happening three times faster in the Far North, and to preserve peace in the region as its geopolitical importance rises. Accelerated global warming, untapped resources, new maritime routes opened…

Climate change can negatively impact one third of global food production: Study – BusinessLine

Climate change can have a significant negative impact on global food production, according to a new research led by Aalto University. The study published in the journal One Earth analyses how global food production will be affected if greenhouse gas…

One-Third of Global Food Production Threatened by Climate Change – SciTechDaily

Areas within and outside Safe Climatic Space for food production 2081-2100. Credit: Matti Kummu/Aalto University New estimates show that if greenhouse gases continue growing at current rates, large regions at risk of being pushed into climate conditions in which no…