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Net Zero Is Dead Unless Aussies Go Vegan, Embrace High Inflation

Australians face giving up red meat under a net zero by 2050 climate change target – as much of the developed world questions if the goal is too ambitious. That’s the grim warning from Queensland senator and former economist, Matt…

Qomolangma expedition: How is the Rongbuk Glacier amid global warming? – CGTN

The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, also known as the “Water Tower of Asia,” is the source of more than 10 major rivers in Asia. China has been conducting scientific expeditions in the area since 1973, and on…

Best Places to Live to Avoid Climate Change – EARTH.ORG

No one on the planet is left untouched by the effects of climate change, from rising temperatures and sea levels to worsened air pollution and droughts that threaten food and water security. But as many experts have found, climate change…

Africa Finance Corporation: Three steps for Africa to combat climate change – Business Wire

LAGOS, Nigeria–(BUSINESS WIRE)–With hopes for countering global warming pinned on progress at the upcoming COP27 UN Climate Change Conference in Egypt, a new report from the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), Africa’s leading infrastructure solutions provider, sets out the continent’s stance…

Chinook Salmon Introduced to Mountain Streams Not Inhabited for 100 Years

The historic reintroduction of Chinook salmon into a California creek this spring will help secure another generation of this iconic species. State and federal biologists have been busy moving endangered adult winter-run Chinook salmon to the upper reaches of Battle Creek and threatened spring-run Chinook salmon to Clear Creek in Northern California, where colder water temperatures […]

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Oil, Water, and Climate Change in the Guyana-Suriname Basin – Global Americans

Image: Waves batter a section of Guyana’s “Sea Wall” during a high-spring tide in 2019. Source: Loop News. “Oil don’t ‘spoil!” So once declared Eric Williams, one-time long-standing Prime Minister of oil-rich Trinidad and Tobago. This assertion is undoubtedly true….

Microbial Responses to Climate Change in Three Major Ecosystems – AZoCleantech

Climate change is now generally accepted as humanity’s most serious contemporary challenge. According to a report released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the situation has worsened, with 3.3 billion people globally vulnerable to climate change. This article…

Global Decline in Ocean Memory Due to Global Warming, Study Says – AZoCleantech

May 9 2022Reviewed by Alex Smith As a result of global warming, the world’s ocean has been subjected to the consistent loss of its year-to-year memory, according to a study reported and co-authored by an atmospheric researcher at the University of Hawaiʻi at…

China`s sea levels reached new highs in 2021 as a result of global warming – WION

Rising water temperatures and the melting of glaciers and polar icecaps raised China’s sea levels to their highest level on record last year, according to the government. Even though the temperature of China’s coastal waters dipped marginally in 2021 compared…

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