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based solutions can help cool the planet — if we act now – Nature.com

COMMENT 12 May 2021 Analysis suggests that to limit global temperature rise, we must slash emissions and invest now to protect, manage and restore ecosystems and land for the future. Cécile A. J. Girardin Cécile A. J. Girardin is science…

Climate Change Is Shifting Earth’s Axis, Making Days Longer For Over 30 Years – India Times

Glacial melting due to global warming has probably been altering Earth’s poles since at least the 1990s, a new research said. The axis Earth spins around is always moving and the way water is distributed on Earth’s surface is one…

Climate colloquy: All about net zero – Down To Earth Magazine

An exclusive series based on CSE’s new book Climate Change: Science and Politics to answer your climate change queries. As the science on climate change becomes progressively clearer, the public discourse on it has become somewhat confusing. More science has led to…

The Biggest Contributors to Global Warming As Joe Biden Holds Climate Summit – Newsweek

A virtual summit on climate change hosted by President Joe Biden continues into its second day on Friday. The president invited 40 world leaders, including Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to discuss humanity’s response to…

Annotated Bibliography: Synthetic Turf and Climate, health, biodiversity and microplastics pollution issues

Increasing use of synthetic surfaces and synthetic turf is problematic for Several reasons.  Synthetic turf is: Derived from fossil fuel petrochemical industry Produces greenhouse gas emissions during manufacturing and as it degrades Increases landfill at end of life Produces micro-plastic…

Ocean eddies strongly affect global mean sea-level projections – Science Advances

INTRODUCTION Satellite-observed sea-level measurements indicate an ongoing increase in the global mean sea level since the satellite era (1–3). Global mean sea-level rise (GMSLR) threatens low-lying coastal regions, and these regions will benefit strongly from sea-level projections to adapt their…