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25 terms you should know to understand the climate change conversation – Jacksonville Journal-Courier

Nicole Caldwell, provided by April 15, 2022 1of39 25 terms you should know to understand the climate change conversation Almost daily there’s more news about climate change exacerbating natural disasters like storms, floods, and wildfires, impacting tourism, threatening many species with…

Opinion | Can High-Tech Capitalism Address Climate Change? – The New York Times

Planet’s satellites plus AI, Marshall explained, can track a country’s trees, farmlands, coral reefs, coastal mangroves and smokestack emissions with incredible precision — down to three meters — and provide transparency to show which trees are being illegally logged by…

Boris Johnson’s Wind Delusions Pose National Security Risk

The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) today urged Boris Johnson to respond firmly to China’s increasingly threatening geopolitical power shift by accepting that the government’s prioritization of wind and solar energy is now standing in the way of an effective…

World Oceans Day: Harnessing the Power of ‘Blue Carbon’ in Mitigating Climate Change – International Atomic Energy Agency

The IAEA joins hands with the leading experts from all over the world to study organically absorbed carbon, known as Blue Carbon, captured and stored especially by coastal ecosystems, such as seagrass meadows, mangrove forests and tidal marshes to understand…

Seriously ugly: Here’s how Australia will look if the world heats by 3°C – ThePrint

Drought conditions at Lake Hume, Victoria, Australia | Representational image | Flickr Text Size: A- A+ Imagine, for a moment, a different kind of Australia. One where bushfires on the catastrophic scale of Black Summer happen almost every year. One…


New report details links between widespread ocean pollution and human health risks

(Boston College) The new study “Human Health and Ocean Pollution” presents a broad and comprehensive examination of the multiple dangers to human and ecosystem health posed by pollution of the seas. Toxins in the ocean make landfall through the food chain and coastal tides, posing health risks to more than 3 billion humans, according to scientists led by the Centre Scientifique de Monaco and Boston College, with support from the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.

210Pb dating of marine sedimentary cores

(University of Seville) Fourteen laboratories participated in this interlaboratory comparison exercise (ILC). The results indicated good analytical performance by the participating laboratories, but the results of the 210Pb dating did not reach the desired level of satisfaction.

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