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Tufts sends delegation of students, faculty to annual UN Climate Change Conference – Tufts Daily

Paid Advertisement A delegation of Tufts students and faculty attended the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, from Nov. 6 to Nov. 20. The 27th Conference of the Parties, or COP27, is an annual opportunity for…

Earth can regulate its own temperature, naturally ‘canceling out’ global warming — but likely not soon enough – Study Finds

‘We know that today’s global warming will eventually be canceled out through this stabilizing feedback… But on the other hand, it will take hundreds of thousands of years to happen.’ CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Will climate change really be the end of…

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…

NASA Detects Carbon Dioxide–the Building Block of Life–in Exoplanet’s Atmosphere for First Time

For all the grief carbon dioxide gets down here on Earth, its detection for the first time ever in the atmosphere of an exoplanet has scientists elated. The finding, produced by the James Webb Space Telescope, offers evidence that in the future Webb will be able to measure carbon dioxide in the thinner atmospheres of […]

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Breeding waters getting too hot for humpback whales due to global warming – The Yucatan Times

Gray Whale Festival in Puerto López Mateos BCS January 29-31 (Photo: Baja Insider) The warm, shallow waters near Hawaii are a renowned breeding ground for humpback whales. An estimated two-thirds of North Pacific humpback whales are born there, and the massive creatures — adult…

Astronomers Think They’ve Detected a ‘Dark’ Free-Floating Black Hole For the First Time

If, as astronomers believe, the death of large stars leave behind black holes, there should be hundreds of millions of them scattered throughout the Milky Way galaxy. The problem is, isolated black holes are invisible. Now, a team led by University of California, Berkeley, astronomers has for the first time discovered what may be a […]

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