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News about Climate Change and our Planet

Spring

RANCH MUSINGS: Global warming and the colder spring – Williams Lake Tribune – Williams Lake Tribune

While the world and our region are warmer on average, we must remember “climate change” is just that – change. Recently, the head of a local university agriculture program commented on B.C.’s cool spring. In the Fraser Valley the average…

Kyoto cherry blossoms blooming 11 days sooner due to urban global warming – UPI News

May 20 (UPI) — Kyoto, Japan’s, iconic cherry blossoms marking the start of spring are now fully blooming 11 days sooner due to climate change warming. The full flowering of Kyoto’s cherry trees in 2021 was on March 26, the…

Texas’ Insane Heat Wave Shows Our Grid Isn’t Ready for Climate Change – The Texas Observer

For three generations of one Fort Worth family, the effects of climate change are readily apparent. Christopher Gomez, 22, recalls talking to his grandmother about how their city’s typical weather has changed over their lifetimes. When his grandmother was young,…

Seven ways climate change is already hitting Texans – The Texas Tribune

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. For decades, scientists warned that human-induced climate change could put communities in danger around the world. More intense climate and…

Climate change means uncertain future for maple trees, syrup season – USA TODAY

Climate change means uncertain future for maple trees, syrup season News Sports Entertainment Life Money Tech Travel Opinion Indigenous people tapped maple trees for centuries, but the warming climate is changing sugar season Warming temperatures and extreme weather stresses the…

The big takeaways from the IPCC’s recent report on climate change – Niskanen Center

Earlier this spring, the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the third report from its sixth cycle of assessments. The previous two reports in this cycle addressed the physical science and impacts and vulnerabilities, while this report from Working…

Climate change doubled the likelihood of South Africa’s floods – E&E News

Parts of South Africa are still reeling nearly a month after heavy rains and catastrophic floods wracked the coastal city of Durban and surrounding areas, killing hundreds of people and destroying thousands of homes. Now, scientists say the extreme rainfall…

‘This is our forest’: Climate change means uncertain future for maple trees, syrup season – USA TODAY

Climate change means uncertain future for maple trees, syrup season News Sports Entertainment Life Money Tech Travel Opinion Indigenous people tapped maple trees for centuries, but the warming climate is changing sugar season Warming temperatures and extreme weather stresses the…

Plants Have Been Grown in Lunar Soil For The First Time Ever

Food has been grown in soil collected from the moon for the first time, paving the way for human migration across the solar system. Pioneers would be able to cultivate crops on other worlds—mirroring the plot of The Martian. In the film, Matt Damon’s stranded astronaut character grows potatoes on the Red Planet to survive. […]

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With Record Breaking Heatwaves South Asia 10 Times More Exposed to Global Warming Threats Over Coming Decades – One Green Planet

According to a report, South Asian economies are 10 times more exposed to global-warming threats over the coming decades than the rest of the world.  Heatwaves are nothing new to India, but they are increasingly becoming worse due to climate…

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