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Above all, scientists fear tipping points of climate change | Daily Sabah – Daily Sabah

As the United Nations climate summit in Scotland’s Glasgow approach, leaders from around the world are gearing up for a do-or-die showdown to limit global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius (34.7 degrees Fahrenheit). However, breaching that limit may not be…

A Lost Sunken City of Gold and Jewels Found in the Mud of Indonesian River

Nighttime divers on the Musi River in Indonesia are beginning to fish out fistfuls of gold, gems, and other treasures from the mud—and it might be the site of a fabled kingdom known in the 8th century as the ‘Island of Gold’. Dr. Sean Kingsley, a British maritime archaeologist, suspects the finds, such as a […]

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Higher Prices Are The Cost Of Biden’s War On Energy

On the 2020 campaign trail, Joe Biden promised to create for America a green economy. He specifically mentioned that the way to do this is to denigrate fossil fuels. Now that this mentally-addled man has been installed as president, he…

Walking Storyteller Continues Historic 24,000-Mile Trek Retracing Passage of Human Ancestors Out of Africa

The Out of Eden Walk, a National Geographic-sponsored retracing of our ancestor’s slow-motion exodus from Africa, through time and countless footsteps, is finally resuming after COVID-19 closed overland borders last year. The host (or perhaps victim) Paul Salopek is a Pulitzer-winning journalist and photographer, and has been traveling overland on foot since the middle-years of […]

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ASPI’s decades: Climate and security | The Strategist – The Strategist

ASPI celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. This series looks at ASPI’s work since its creation in August 2001. The world has reached a set of big judgements on global warming and started to act. The arguments are intense, as…

Climate change a double blow for oil-rich Mideast: Experts – Deccan Herald

The climate crisis threatens a double blow for the Middle East, experts say, by destroying its oil income as the world shifts to renewables and by raising temperatures to unliveable extremes. Little has been done to address the challenge in…

Hungry For Fuel, China Looks To The U.S. For Relief

China’s energy crisis deepened on Friday with coal prices hitting a record high as cold weather sweeps in and soaring gas prices prompting major energy companies to seek long-term deals with U.S. suppliers, sources told Reuters. Energy security has shot…

Global War Against Climate Change – Modern Diplomacy

Disasters such as cyclones, floods, and droughts are more connected than we might think, and human activity is the common thread, a UN report released on Wednesday reveals. The study from the UN University, the academic and research arm of…

A Love Letter to America From a Village in Bangladesh on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

America, I am sending you good wishes from a small Bangladeshi village on the 20th anniversary of your great tragedy. I knew nothing about you before 2001, when 9/11 shook you, and turned the world around. Twenty years later, I know much more about you—your people, and history—and want to say thank you. I first […]

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Warming Trends: A Delay in Autumn Leaves, More Bad News for Corals and the Vicious Cycle of War and Eco-Des… – InsideClimate News

SCIENCE The Terrible Link Between Conflict and Environmental Assault War and ecological degradation often go hand in hand and, after 20 years of unrelenting conflict, Afghanistan faces the most dire ecological threats of any country, according to a new report. …

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