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Global Warming: Lockdown Gave the Planet a Break, but Didn’t Stop Climate Change | Skymet Weather Service – Skymet Weather

The world comes alive after a year-long lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, people leave aside the endless series and games at: https://nationalcasino.com/en_ca/live-casino/live-roulette, and joyfully go out into the fresh air. Along with the economy, greenhouse gas emissions are rapidly…

Solar geoengineering: Can we cool the planet? – DW (English)

“There is no doubt that humans are able to artificially cool the planet,” explains David Keith from Harvard University. Keith is a researcher in solar engineering — a very controversial field. Mostly because it’s all about discovering if and how…

Reforestation of English Midlands Turns 30 Years Old With 9 Million Trees Planted Across 200 Square Miles

A rewilding revolution which took root 30 years ago in the English Midlands has branched out over 200 square miles, becoming one of the most successful efforts in Europe. The National Forest now consists of nine million trees spread across three counties, and links the ancient woodlands of Needwood, and Charnwood. Reforestation has exploded across […]

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Science-Backed Tips for Maximizing Play Time With Kids

Years of cognitive development research have uncovered a wealth of knowledge about what children need to grow, thrive, and learn—but it’s also important to translate those insights into real-world applications. A new paper led by Penn State graduate Brenna Hassinger-Das, now an assistant professor of psychology at Pace University-NYC, and Jennifer Zosh, professor of human […]

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Welcome to Our Extreme World – Fair Observer

Admittedly, I hadn’t been there for 46 years, but old friends of mine still live (or at least lived) in the town of Greenville, California, and now, well, it’s more or less gone, though they survived. The Dixie Fire, one of…

Climate Change Is Pushing Fires to Higher Ground – SciTechDaily

January 1, 1984 – December 31, 2017 Wildfires in the western United States have been spreading to higher elevations due to warmer and drier conditions. Scientists have known for decades that climate change makes wildfires more common, larger, and more intense….

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