Meteor shower guide: Next up, the Lyrids
Your meteor shower guide for 2023. There are some good ones! Next up … the Lyrids in April. And then, the Eta Aquariids in May.
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Biden’s Anti-U.S. Mining Climate Agenda Is Making China Stronger
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland acknowledged Tuesday that the Biden administration’s climate agenda, which is reliant on global critical mineral supply chains, is strengthening China. During a House Appropriations Committee hearing on her agency’s proposed 2024 budget, Haaland was repeatedly grilled…
Climate change is killing Michoacan’s monarch butterfly population – The Washington Post
Every year, millions of monarch butterflies make their way across North America to spend winters in the same forests of central Mexico’s Michoacán state — a phenomenon that remains an evolutionary mystery. But in just one year, the population of…
Planet-observing is fun and easy: Top tips here
Get our top tips for planet-observing, from the innermost and elusive Mercury out to faint blue Neptune and everything in between.
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Ganga, Brahmaputra Flows To Reduce Due To Global Warming: UN Chief – NDTV
Guterres voiced concern that human activity is driving the temperature to dangerous new levels (File) United Nations: UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned that major Himalayan rivers like the Indus, the Ganges and Brahmaputra, all hugely important for India, could…
Spring Triangle rises late at night, heralding the season
As the Northern Hemisphere enters spring, look for the spring triangle rising in the east, made up of bright beacons from three prominent constellations.
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Climate change is causing Western Disturbances to weaken; here is how
The warming of the Arctic and the Mediterranean Sea mean that Western Disturbances are striking India less in winter and more in summer; with catastrophic consequences
La NiÃ±a climate pattern has ended. Whatâs next?
La NiÃ±a has ended and neutral conditions are now in play. Will El NiÃ±o come next, possibly by fall? Learn more about climate conditions here.
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The 50 States of Climate Change – Outside Online – Outside
Since the 1700s, the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere has increased by 40 percent, largely from greenhouse gasses released by people burning fossil fuels like oil, gas, and coal. As a result, the climate is becoming more…
Early spring 2023: Flower blooms show climate change impact – USA TODAY
Daffodils, violets and other flowers are arriving early in many gardens and fields this spring, unfurling lovely colors and shedding light on how plants are adapting to climate change. Observers are reporting very early leaf outs of the common lilac in…