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How will Arctic mammals respond to climate change? – Cosmos

An Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) asleep in the snow. Credit: Richard Hamilton Smith With the iconic polar bear on thin ice, as global warming melts away its hunting ground, how will other Arctic mammals fare? Computer modelling allows us ways…

A Warming Climate Takes a Toll on the Vanishing Rio Grande – WIRED

Meanwhile invasive Russian olive and tamarisk trees have moved in beneath the canopy, all fire-prone species. Fires in the bosque were once virtually nonexistent; now they routinely break out. In 2017, the Tiffany fire in southern New Mexico roared across…

Could Algae Solve the Global Climate Crisis? – News-Medical.Net

IntroductionSo Why are Algae So Special?The Climate Change ProblemMacroscopic Algae and Blue CarbonA Bio-Energy Reserve?ReferencesFurther Reading Algae can be utilized as a part of the mitigation strategy to reduce concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere associated with greenhouse gases…

Save the bees & go solar – Environment Maine

This week we experienced the longest day of the year. As the sun reached its farthest point on the horizon, it showered half of the world in the year’s fullest light. This week also marks Pollinator Week, an annual celebration…

Cycles of Escalating Threats Facing Africa from Global Warming – Africa Center for Strategic Studies – Africa Center for Strategic Studies

By the Africa Center for Strategic Studies June 17, 2022 Reinforcing cycles of unsustainable human activity and intensifying climate effects are exacerbating the threats facing hundreds of millions of Africans. English | Français | Português Click here for a printable…

Columnist writes US military views climate change as a big threat – The Herald-Times

A December 2021 poll by the Pew Research Center asked respondents to report their level of confidence in various groups to act in the best interests of the public. Three groups stood out as those for which respondents said they…

Scientists see long-term hope for Maine’s lobster fishery despite warming waters – Press Herald

The lobster boats 32 Below, 32 Below II and Miss Jayne are lit up by the sun shortly after sunrise in Cape Porpoise harbor in January. New oceanographic research at the University of Maine paints a rosier picture of the…

Global warming and corals: How the past informs the present – Earth.com

The importance of coral reefs in aquatic ecosystems cannot be underestimated. They are the engineers of the deep sea, creating habitat and helping to secure the survival of many species on the ocean floor.  Yet, these heroes of the ocean…

Climate change causes ‘greening,’ snow cover loss in the Alps: study – USA TODAY

The growing impact of the climate crisis on the European Alps can be seen from space, with the snowy mountains appearing increasingly green instead of white, according to a new study. In the study, published in the peer-reviewed journal Science on Thursday, researchers…

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