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Warming Worsened West Africa Floods That Killed 800 People – Scientific American

Extreme rainfall in Nigeria triggered catastrophic floods this summer that killed hundreds and displaced more than a million people. A new study finds that the influence of global warming made the downpours 80 times more probable. It’s the latest report…

Ratcheting of climate pledges needed to limit peak global warming – Nature.com

The Global Change Analysis Model GCAM is an open-source model developed and maintained at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Joint Global Change Research Institute. In this study, we use the version of the GCAM (v.5.3) used in ref. 5 and…

Fossil Fuels Are Endangering Life On Earth – OpEd – Eurasia Review

The human-induced global warming is proving the most pressing problem. The speed of climate change has even surprised the common people.  Advertisement What is more painful is that the move to slow down this speed is too sluggish, let alone…

PBS Pushes Data-Free Claim Climate Change Is Harming Wine And Spirits

A story on PBS News Hour claims climate change is harming wine and spirits production. This is false. Data show that grape harvests, and the production of most of the main ingredients used to produce various types of hard liquors—corn,…

Wheat cultivation rapidly falls due to global warming: Study – Kalkine Media

As per a latest study published in Nature Food, global warming in the Indian Ocean has resulted in a change in climatic patterns in Australia. Of late, Australia began to experience drier climatic conditions leading to a significant fall in…

The impact of 1.5 °C and 2.0 °C global warming on global maize production and trade | Scientific Reports – Nature.com

Angélil, O. et al. An independent assessment of anthropogenic attribution statements for recent extreme temperature and rainfall events. J. Clim. 30(1), 5–16 (2017). ADS  Google Scholar  Rosenzweig, C. et al. Coordinating AgMIP data and models across global and regional scales…

Global warming could see invasive crop-destroying stink bugs travel further in the US – Interesting Engineering

A relatively new problem Brown marmorated stink bugs weren’t always an American problem. They originated from eastern Asia and were first discovered in Pennsylvania about 20 years ago. Today, they’ve spread across the country, but prefer to reside in the…

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