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The Arctic is warming much faster, as climate change’s impact grows – The Washington Post

Placeholder while article actions load For residents of the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, the United States’ recent success in clinching a major piece of climate change legislation may feel like too little, too late. Over the past 40 years, as…

Arctic Warming 4 Times as Fast as the Rest of the Planet, New Analyses Find – The New York Times

The rapid warming of the Arctic, a definitive sign of climate change, is occurring even faster than previously described, researchers in Finland said Thursday. Over the past four decades the region has been heating up four times faster than the…

Global warming calls for lifestyle changes – World – Chinadaily.com.cn – China Daily

Photo taken on July 21, 2022 shows a cracked lake bottom of Lewisville lake in the Colony, Texas, the United States. [Photo/Xinhua] Few people these days can reasonably deny that the globe is already experiencing many of the negative effects…

Fact check: Global warming caused by human activity, not solar winds or weakened magnetic field – USA TODAY

The claim: Global warming is occurring because of solar winds and changes in Earth’s magnetic field Solar winds consist of charged particles emitted by the sun. Earth’s magnetic field – generated by churning, molten iron in the planet’s core – prevents most of…

Así lucha el gobierno de Singapur contra el calor y la humedad

SINGAPUR — La temperatura había llegado a 30 grados Celsius y seguía en ascenso. La humedad era del 75 por ciento. El sol deslumbraba desde los edificios altos. Catorce voluntarios, seis climatólogos y un carrito biometeorológico llamado Smarty se aprestaban…

Tonga volcano spews enough water to fill 58,000 pools into stratosphere, likely to add to global warming – Down To Earth Magazine

Excess stratospheric H2O will persist for years, could affect stratospheric chemistry and dynamics and may lead to surface warming The water injected by the volcano is enough to fill 58,000 Olympic-size swimming pools. Photo: NASA Volcanic eruption in Tonga recorded…

Global warming tied to record ice melt from Svalbard glaciers – Axios

The Norwegian Arctic Archipelago of Svalbard, situated northeast of Greenland, is seeing a record melt season tied to human-caused global warming, scientists tell Axios. Why it matters: The meltwater is pouring into the Atlantic Ocean, where it helps to raise…

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