Please help keep this Site Going

Menopausal Mother Nature

News about Climate Change and our Planet

Relationships

For Many, the Global Warming Confab That Rose in the Egyptian Desert Was a Mirage – InsideClimate News

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt—The madness of COP27 started at the airport, where 50 diesel buses idled under the hot sun with doors wide open and air conditioners blasting until they headed out, often with just a handful of attendees aboard, delivering…

Aerosols must be included in climate risk assessments – Nature.com

When Pakistan faced appalling floods in June this year, global attention focused on climate change as the culprit. The country had three times the usual rainfall in its summer monsoon, exacerbated by short spikes of extremely heavy rain. Riverbanks burst…

Headaches and other neurological diseases are getting worse — due to climate change – Study Finds

MINNEAPOLIS – Headaches are getting worse, and a new study says climate change may be to blame. According to researchers from the American Academy of Neurology, global warming is fueling a rise in neurological diseases ranging from migraines to Alzheimer’s….

Black Hole Found Shredding a Nearby Star into ‘Spaghetti’ is Pivotal Moment for Astronomers

An intermediate-mass black hole lurking undetected in a dwarf galaxy revealed itself to astronomers when it gobbled up an unlucky star that strayed too close. The shredding of the star is known as a ‘tidal disruption event’ or ‘spaghettification’—and it produced a flare of radiation that briefly outshone the combined stellar light of the host […]

The post Black Hole Found Shredding a Nearby Star into ‘Spaghetti’ is Pivotal Moment for Astronomers appeared first on Good News Network.

Media have big responsibility in the age of global warming – Financial Times

Nobody believes that buying a recycled T-shirt will save the world. But everybody has a responsibility to act in the battle to reach net zero. At present, it is being lost. As the latest UN environment programme report makes clear,…

UConn is driving global climate change. Can they also drive resilience? – UConn Daily Campus

On Monday, Oct. 24, University of Connecticut engineers led by President Radenka Maric met with a conference of industry leaders, policymakers and officials discussing improving New England energy grid resilience, or long-term functionality, against climate change and geopolitical instability. Photo…

October 21, 2022 From Tomato Soup to Fossil Fuel Divestment—Why the Youth Climate Movement is Evolving – InsideClimate News

Climate protesters hold a demonstration as they throw cans of tomato soup at Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” at the National Gallery in London, United Kingdom on Oct. 14, 2022. Credit: Just Stop Oil / Handout/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Andrew…

Please help keep this Site Going