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In the climate change era, every bit of warming matters: Sumaira Abdulali – Forbes India

Agriculture is the highest source of methane emissions, and is led by emissions from livestock, the dairy and beef industries, says data available with the USImage: Shutterstock In September 2020, Satellite Iris launched by GHGSat, Canada, observed her first methane…

IPCC Report: New Warnings on Global Warming – Energy Industry Review

According to the latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), issued at the end of last year, global warming causes ever-increasing and, in some cases, irreversible changes in rainfall, ocean and wind patterns in all parts of…

Yahoo News Uses Anti-Science Trying To Link Climate And Extreme Weather

Yahoo News posted an article titled, “Extreme weather fueled by climate change hit 4 in 10 Americans where they lived in 2021,” saying climate change is responsible for an increase in the instances and severity of extreme weather. This is…

How researchers can help fight climate change in 2022 and beyond – Nature.com

EDITORIAL 05 January 2022 COP26 energized the global effort to halt global warming. Research is now crucial to monitoring progress and creating solutions. You have full access to this article via your institution. Devastating floods that hit Germany last July…

Letter to the editor: A year of climate change and records broken – Little Village

Samburg, Tennessee residents look for precious items in tornado debris, December 2021. — State Farm/Flickr By Jerry Schnoor, Iowa City Extreme climate events led the news in 2021. Among the rarest events, an unprecedented heat wave in the Northwest that…

Extreme weather could get even worse in 2022 – Axios

Scientists say there’s reason to expect even more menacing extreme weather disasters in 2022, after a year in which extreme weather and climate events, from the Pacific Northwest heat wave to the Texas cold snap, affected us all. Why it…

What 2021 looked like for global climate change – The Indian Express

This year was a mixed bag for climate activists. There were devastating weather events that highlighted the dangers of a rapidly warming planet. Lockdown-induced blue skies and clear air that showed the potential for a cleaner future. Ambitious plans bookending…

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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…

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Charity appeal in Guatemala, where the fight for land and water rights is a battle for survival

José Méndez walked up the mountain behind his rural Ch’orti’ Mayan community of Corozal in eastern Guatemala. He pointed towards an abandoned home of the plantation owner who used to run this hillside. “Right outside that house they killed our…

“Climate change obstacles are all political, not technological” | Ctech – CTech

Professor Michael Mann’s claim to fame is a hockey stick. No, not the sporting kind, but rather a despairing graph he published 23 years ago in which he showed how the average temperature on earth remained relatively stable for thousands…

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