Coal Demand Growing As Intermittent, Unreliable Green Energy Flops
In “The Wonderful Tar Baby Story,” Uncle Remus told about the time Brer Fox outsmarted Brer Rabbit. Brer Fox mixes tar with turpentine to create a “Tar Baby” and sets his creation on the road. Brer Rabbit comes by and…
WMO Report: Mumbai among cities facing biggest threat as global sea levels rise
Besides Mumbai, several major, thickly populated cities across the world are also threatened by the sea level rise
U.N. says rising sea levels pose risk of mass migration – The Washington Post
The head of the United Nations has warned that rising sea levels caused by global warming could spur a mass migration of entire populations from low-lying areas on a “biblical scale.” Speaking to the Security Council in New York about…
UN chief says rising seas a ‘death sentence’ for some countries – Al Jazeera English
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned of the threat posed by rising sea levels to hundreds of millions of people living in low-lying coastal areas and small island states as new data reveals seas have risen rapidly since 1900….
Sea level rise poses ‘unthinkable’ risks for the planet, Security Council hears – UN News
“The impact of rising seas is already creating new sources of instability and conflict,” said UN Secretary-General António Guterres, who opened the meeting. Noting that some nations’ coastlines have already seen triple the average rate of sea level rise, he warned that, in the…
Chinaâs Lunar New Year exodus cools major cities
A study found that when businesses close for a week and people travel to rural areas for the Lunar New Year, temperatures in large Chinese cities drop.
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Chinese sailor’s historic voyage across Arctic Ocean shows evidence of global warming – Yahoo News
Chinese artist-turned-sailor Captain Zhai Mo was given a hero’s welcome after returning to Shanghai from his nonstop 17-month voyage circumnavigating the Arctic Ocean, making him the first Chinese person to do so. Zhai, 54, was welcomed at an event organized…
Climate Change Has Already Impacted Trees’ Size – SciTechDaily
Researchers have discovered that forests are increasing in wood volume due to elevated carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. Researchers have discovered that trees are growing in size as a result of carbon dioxide. It is well known that trees…
How nuclear war would affect Earth today
Researchers found that nuclear war would devastate the oceans, leading to a Nuclear Little Ice Age, death of marine algae and shipping ports blocked with ice.
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Global Warming in China: Living With Today’s Social and Economic Dilemmas – Sampan – Sampan
There is no doubt that human beings are already living in the era of global warming – everywhere, including China. In Shanghai, we have gone through 49 days of so-called high-temperature (over 35°C) days in the past two months. There…