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January 31, 2023 Exxon and Chevron Made Their Highest-Ever Profits in 2022. What Does It Mean for Clean Energy? – InsideClimate News

Prices for gas at an Exxon gas station on Capitol Hill are seen March 14, 2022 in Washington, D.C. Credit: Win McNamee/Getty ExxonMobil and Chevron, the nation’s largest oil companies and two of the biggest energy corporations globally, posted a…

Norway Is Planning to Profit From Climate Change – Foreign Policy

Analysis Norway Is Planning to Profit From Climate Change The oil-rich Nordic country is laying the groundwork to become a renewable energy superpower. By Brett Simpson, a Fulbright Fellow based in Berlin, Germany. German Economy Minister and Vice-Chancellor Robert Habeck,…

Snapshots, Hotshots and Moonshots: Images of Climate Change in … – InsideClimate News

Climate change and an environment in peril were visible in many of 2022’s defining moments: record-smashing heat waves in Europe and South Asia, droughts pushing the fragile global food system to its limit and energy and food markets shaken by…

El Niño Is Coming—and the World Isn’t Prepared – WIRED

In 2023, the relentless increase in global heating will continue, bringing ever more disruptive weather that is the signature calling card of accelerating climate breakdown.  According to NASA, 2022 was one of the hottest years ever recorded on Earth. This…

Ancient Grammatical Puzzle That Has Baffled Scientists for 2,500 Years Solved by Cambridge University Student

A 27-year-old PhD scholar finally cracked the riddle which has defeated Sanskrit experts since the 5th Century BC—by decoding a rule taught by “the father of linguistics” Pāṇini. The discovery makes it possible to ‘derive’ any Sanskrit word—to construct millions of grammatically correct words including ‘mantra’ and ‘guru’—using Pāṇini’s revered ‘language machine’ which is widely […]

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Climate change could force 1.2 billion to move by 2050. Is the world even remotely ready? – Mongabay.com

In a world beset by rising temperatures, devastating storms, and flash floods, climate migration and disaster displacement are quickly becoming the signal 21st century crisis. The vast majority of those worst affected are in the world’s poorest and fastest warming…

Enhancement of river flooding due to global warming | Scientific Reports – Nature.com

Extreme weather events (e.g., heavy precipitation and flooding) can have devastating effects on human society and the environment. Heavy precipitation events, a major contributor to flooding, have increased in recent years, especially in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere, due…

After all the flooding rains we still face elevated bushfire risk for Summer 2022

You might think after the deluge of rain and flood events his year that fire risk would be low this summer. You would be wrong. All the rains and floods have contributed to vegetation growth adding to fuel load. When…

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