Newly confirmed meteor crater at site of French winery
Scientists have confirmed that Domaine du MÃ©tÃ©ore, a French winery named for a depression in the landscape, was indeed the site of a meteor crater.
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Cool photographs capture new geopolitics of the melting Arctic – New Scientist
As global warming accelerates, the Arctic is changing fast. Gregor Sailer captures this deep shift in his photographs of military stations and ice monitoring kit, part of his exhibition called The Polar Silk Road Environment 22 February 2023 By Gege…
In ‘Mega Milestone’ India Connects 80 Million Rural Households to Water Supply in Just 4 Years
India’s Jal Jeevan Mission of tap water access continues to be one of the great, unsung stories of human development. Almost 79 million households have been provided with access to a tap water connection since the program’s launch in August 2019, bringing the total to 111 million, or 56% of rural households in the nation. […]
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Small asteroid impacts Earthâs atmosphere over France
A small asteroid – about 1 meter (3 feet) wide – safely impacted Earth’s atmosphere over the skies of northern France around 3 UTC on February 13, 2023.
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âClimate change can triple flood damage by atmospheric riversâ
Climate scientist Tom Corringham talks to Down To Earth about bomb cyclones, atmospheric rivers and how global warming can effect these natural phenomena
England may be set to flood at the end of winter â hereâs why
Driven by a La Niña event, exacerbated by urban development in areas prone to flooding and the impacts of climate change, the effects could be severe.
Climate change is making flooding worse – The Hindu
Heavy rainfall turned into dangerous flooding in rugged Appalachia in late July, sweeping away homes and killing more than three dozen people. The destruction followed flooding a few weeks earlier in the mountains of Virginia and Tennessee. In June, flooding…
What does it mean that (once rare) atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming more frequent? – The Hill
What does it mean that (once rare) atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming more frequent? | The Hill Skip to content National Weather Service Atmospheric rivers and bomb cyclones are becoming increasingly frequent and intense parts of the North…
The serious effects of global warming [column] | Local Voices … – LNP | LancasterOnline
Some people like to argue that the bitter cold “proves” there is no global warming. In fact, the opposite is true. Global warming is most severe in the polar regions. The reason is that the water and soil absorb heat,…
2022’s biggest climate disasters – and why we must remember them – The Independent
Sign up to the Independent Climate email for the latest advice on saving the planet Get our free Climate email Wildfires tearing through the London suburbs. One-third of Pakistan underwater. Drought-linked famine looming for tens of millions of people in…