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Warming Trends: Climate Threats to Bears, Bugs and Bees, Plus a Giant Kite and an ER Surge – InsideClimate News

SCIENCE A Slower Freeze Pushes Polar Bears Close to Starvation The Hudson Bay in northern Canada froze up later than normal this year, delaying polar bears’ hunting season by two to three weeks, a nonprofit polar bear conservation organization found. …

’60 Minutes’ Whines About Wine Despite Data Showing Bountiful Grape Yields

In a segment in CBS’s long-running weekly news program 60 Minutes, Leslie Stahl interviewed a few vintners in France who say climate change is destroying its wine and champagne industries. Data shows otherwise. Although France suffered low production in 2021 due…

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Telling people to ‘follow the science’ won’t save the planet. But they will fight for justice | Amy Westervelt

The biggest success of the fossil fuel industry’s decades-long campaign to push doubt about climate science is that it forced the conversation about the climate crisis to centre on science. It’s not that we didn’t need scientific research into climate…

Nostradamus predictions for year 2022: Asteroid strike, Global warming and more – WION

As the year 2021 draws to a close, another year has passed. And with that, we all know what’s in store: a chance to reflect on what we’ve done, what we’ve accomplished, and what’s ahead.  With the current state of…

Effects of climate change taking root in the wine industry – 60 Minutes – CBS News

What are the signs of global warming? Glaciers are melting at an increasingly rapid pace. Persistent droughts are spreading. Well, we have another to tell you about – wine, as in what you probably cracked open for Christmas dinner. Farmers…

John Kerry lauds Europe’s progress on climate change, and reassures EU leaders the U.S. is committed – CBS News

Paris — Six years after the historic Paris Agreement was signed, President Biden’s special envoy for climate change, John Kerry, was back in the French capital late last week as part of a whistle-stop tour to reassure European partners that the…

Hedgerows Are 2,000 Times More Valuable For Ecosystems Than We Could Imagine

The humble hedgerow is a staple sight in any countryscape in Europe and parts of North America. A British mainstay, some scientists suspect they act as ecosystem anchors that can play host to more than 2,000 different species of plants and animals in a single year. Indeed, one journal published an English ecologist’s report on […]

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Europe’s Energy Crisis Stoking Record-Setting Electricity Prices

Europe’s energy crunch is set to last as electricity prices climbed to fresh records, fueling inflation, and raising bills for millions of households and industries across the continent. Power prices for delivery next year surged over 15% in Germany and…

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