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A new climate reality: Less warming, but worse impacts on the planet – The Washington Post

Comment on this story Comment Gift Article In the not-so-distant past, scientists predicted that global temperatures would surge dramatically throughout this century, assuming that humans would rely heavily on fossil fuels for decades. But they are revising their forecasts as…

Tiny aerosols present a big dilemma for global warming – Canada’s National Observer

This story was originally published by Wired and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Fossil fuels are rapidly warming the planet, and the aerosols from their combustion kill millions of people each year. So we need to…

Tiny aerosols present a big challenge for global warming – Canada’s National Observer

This story was originally published by Wired and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Fossil fuels are rapidly warming the planet, and the aerosols from their combustion kill millions of people each year. So we need to…

Scientists say global warming beyond 1.5 degrees likely – Helsinki Times

According to new research led by scientists at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, the University of Maryland, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, nations can reduce the amount of time spent in a warmer world by making…

Global Warming Will Almost Certainly Exceed the Paris Agreement’s 1.5-Degree Celsius Target – Nature World News

The world’s current climate pledges are insufficient to keep the 2015 Paris Agreement’s goal firmly within reach. The 1.5-degree Celsius limit will almost certainly be exceeded. According to new research led by scientists at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest…

Climate skeptics falsely deny link between global warming, hurricanes – AFP Factcheck

Copyright AFP 2017-2022. All rights reserved. After Hurricane Ian ravaged the US state of Florida, media pundits claimed online that there is no link between such storms and climate change. This is misleading; while hurricanes have always existed, scientists say…

Climate skeptics falsely deny link between global warming, hurricanes – Yahoo News

After Hurricane Ian ravaged the US state of Florida, media pundits claimed online that there is no link between such storms and climate change. This is misleading; while hurricanes have always existed, scientists say their intensity and potential for destruction…

Researchers Find Out How to Better Estimate Soot’s Role in Global Warming – Gilmore Health News

Climate-change models for gauging the effects of black carbon (or soot) from sources including motor vehicles and wildfires, often fall short in terms of accuracy. Observations in new research on soot from wildfire smoke should help to make more accurate…

LANL: Wildfire-Smoke Observations Fill Gap In Estimating Soot’s Role In Climate Change – Los Alamos Reporter

Black carbon, or soot, from wildfires, transportation and other sources has a big impact on global warming, but a data gap has prevented climate-change models from accurately representing that influence. New work by Los Alamos National Laboratory closes the gap…

Wildfire-smoke observations fill gap in estimating soot’s role in climate change – EurekAlert

image: Black carbon, or soot, from wildfires, transportation and other sources has a big impact on global warming, but a data gap has prevented climate-change models from accurately representing that influence. New work by Los Alamos National Laboratory closes the gap…

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