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With Record Breaking Heatwaves South Asia 10 Times More Exposed to Global Warming Threats Over Coming Decades – One Green Planet

According to a report, South Asian economies are 10 times more exposed to global-warming threats over the coming decades than the rest of the world.  Heatwaves are nothing new to India, but they are increasingly becoming worse due to climate…

New Research Shows Aerosol Emissions May Have Masked Global Warming’s Supercharging of Tropical Storms – InsideClimate News

Ample research shows how surging greenhouse gas concentrations intensify deadly storms, droughts and heat waves, but cutting them, along with other industrial pollution emissions, will also affect global weather. The effects of emissions reductions are less studied than increases, but…

International Satellite to Track Impacts of Small Ocean Currents – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet – NASA Climate Change

In Brief: The Surface Water and Ocean Topography mission will explore how the ocean absorbs atmospheric heat and carbon, moderating global temperatures and climate change. Though climate change is driving sea level rise over time, researchers also believe that differences…

Glacier recovery from global warming is more difficult than previous estimates – News9 LIVE

Glacier recovery from global warming is more difficult than previous estimates Top IN THE NEWS We use cookies for analytics, advertising and to improve our site. You agree to our use of cookies by continuing to use our site. To…

Coral City Camera captures glorious world of reef ecosystems under global warming threat – India Today

Humans don’t know what they’re missing under the surface of a busy shipping channel in the “cruise capital of the world.” Just below the keels of massive ships, an underwater camera provides a live feed from another world, showing marine…

There’s a ‘Man in the Moon’: Why Our Brains See Faces Everywhere – And Monkeys Do Too

It’s so commonplace we barely give it a second thought, but human brains seem hardwired to see human faces where there are none—in objects as varied as the moon, toys, plastic bottles, tree trunks, and vacuum cleaners. Some have even seen an imagined Jesus in cheese on toast. Until now scientists haven’t understood exactly what […]

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