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Bangladesh: How global warming is making floods worse – DW (English)

Several regions in Bangladesh have been battered by catastrophic flooding over the past few days, killing at least 36 people and displacing hundreds of thousands. At least 17 of the country’s 64 districts, mostly in the north and northeastern Sylhet…

How global warming is exacerbating floods in Bangladesh – DW (English)

Several regions in Bangladesh have been battered by catastrophic flooding over the past few days, killing at least 36 people and displacing hundreds of thousands.    At least 17 of the country’s 64 districts, mostly in the north and north eastern…

How Fog Nets are Making Water Abundant in the Atlas Mountains – And May Be Useful in California

During the Moroccan desert summertime drought, fog nets are being used to provide drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people in remote mountain villages. Now villagers can irrigate agricultural fields, turning desertified land back into green gardens, all thanks to mathematician and businessman Aissa Derhem. Derhem lived in Canada while studying for a Ph.D. […]

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Analysis | Climate change is increasingly viewed as a public health crisis – The Washington Post

Placeholder while article actions load Happy Tuesday, everyone. Yes, there’s a band called the Affordable Rock ‘n’ Roll Act. And yes, a prominent geneticist and White House acting science adviser is a member (h/t Stat) Today’s edition: The House will…

Analysis | At Summit of the Americas, Biden seeks unity on climate change – The Washington Post

Placeholder while article actions load Good morning and welcome to The Climate 202! Today we’re wondering what kind of pizza senators eat. 🍕 But first: At Summit of the Americas, Biden seeks unity on climate change President Biden and Vice…

What is black carbon, and what does it mean for climate change? – Landscape News

Antarctica, the vast and frozen continent that holds much of the world’s freshwater, appears to the imagination as an unchanging giant. Indeed, most of this remote territory remains free of human habitation and landscape changes.  But even here, human pollution can…

COVID and climate change shrunk our world and will shape our actions – The Arizona Republic

More than 2,000 years ago, somewhere near the Mediterranean Sea, a mathematician named Eratosthenes used a shadow cast at noon on the equinox to calculate the circumference of the Earth. The answer he got was 28,735 miles. In modern times, with the…

Global Warming Increases the Risk for Flooding, Study Finds – AZoCleantech

May 31 2022Reviewed by Alex Smith The Western Pacific Subtropical High (WPSH) is an anticyclonic atmospheric system that floats over the lower and middle troposphere of the northwestern Pacific. This dominates summer climate extremes in the heavily populated East Asia…

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