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News about Climate Change and our Planet


Smelly seaweed sargassum headed toward Florida, the Caribbean. Why? – USA TODAY

Beachgoers in Florida and the Caribbean could be greeted by heavy blankets of smelly seaweed in the weeks ahead as a 5,000 mile swath of sargassum drifts westward and piles onto white sandy beaches. Sargassum, a naturally-occurring type of macroalgae, has…

Coalition of independent NSW candidates vow to slow or halt coal and gas projects

A coalition of independents hoping to hold the balance of power in the next New South Wales parliament will demand action to slow or halt coal and gas projects from the major parties in the case of a hung parliament….

Putin Discusses Possibility That Global Warming Has Peaked – Newsweek

Russian President Vladimir Putin has discussed the possibility that global warming has peaked, in a conversation with scientists in Moscow. Putin was talking with the winners of the Presidential Prize in Science and Innovation for Young Scientists on February 8,…

‘A national scandal’: how US climate funding could make water pollution worse

The $369bn Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was applauded by a chorus of US organizations and activists enthusiastic about the generous funding earmarked for projects designed to mitigate climate change and improve environmental health. But some researchers and activists are raising…

Study: World likely to hit key warming threshold in 10-12 years – – WISC-TV3

The world will likely breach the internationally agreed-upon climate change threshold in about a decade, and keep heating to break through a next warming limit around mid-century even with big pollution cuts, artificial intelligence predicts in a new study that’s…

Climate change: WMO unveils plans for sustainable monitoring of greenhouse gases – UN News

The WMO initiative would create a network of ground-based measurement stations that can verify worrying air quality data that’s been flagged by satellites or airplanes, potentially in the next five years. “At present, there is no comprehensive, timely international exchange of surface and…

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