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View Article Extreme weather could bring next recession 2/17/2020 PHYS Info Details
View Article German court halts site preparation for Tesla factory 2/17/2020 PHYS Info Details
View Article How learning about fish can help us save the Amazon rainforest 2/17/2020 PHYS Info Details
View Article UAE issues reactor licence for first Arab nuclear power plant 2/17/2020 PHYS Info Details
View Article Human compost funerals 'better for environment' A US firm has given scientific details... 2/16/2020 BBC Info Details
View Article It's Too Late For Us To Fight Climate Change. Instead, Here's How... 2/16/2020 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article It's Too Late For Us To Fight Climate Change. Instead, Here's How... My wife and I will leave it to someone... 2/16/2020 HuffPost Info Details
View Article UN: Antarctic high temp records will take months to verify 2/16/2020 PHYS Info Details
View Article An Unusual New York City Election Tests Whether Global Warming Can Win... 2/15/2020 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article ‘The only uncertainty is how long we'll last': a worst case scenario... The Future We Choose, a new book by the... 2/15/2020 Guardian Info Details
View Article Australian bushfires extinguished, but climate rows rage on 2/15/2020 PHYS Info Details
View Article Earth's cousins: Upcoming missions to look for 'biosignatures' in... Scientists have discovered thousands of... 2/15/2020 PHYS Info Details
View Article Major study shows climate change can cause abrupt impacts on dryland... Your first step to a bright future Study... 2/15/2020 Swansea Info Details
View Article More Sea Level Warnings from the Past University of New South Wales: Mass... 2/15/2020 Climate Crocks Info Details
View Article The animals that will survive climate change - BBC Future 'I don't think it will be the humans. I... 2/15/2020 BBC Info Details
View Article What starts in the Amazon doesn't stay there: Fires melting Andes... Mongabay Series: Amazon Conservation... 2/15/2020 Mongabay Info Details
View Article Wind delays Northrop Grumman's supply run to space station High wind delayed Northrop Grumman's... 2/15/2020 PHYS Info Details
View Article Wildfire smoke may cause life-long harm Smoke from wildfires may have long-term... 2/14/2020 BBC Info Details
View Article Coastal floods warning in UK as sea levels rise Coastal communities face "serious... 2/14/2020 BBC Info Details
View Article The false promise of "renewable natural gas" To stay in line with the targets laid... 2/14/2020 VOX Info Details

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Date Added:February 17, 2020

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A US firm has given scientific details of its "human composting" process for environmentally friendly funerals. A pilot study on deceased volunteers showed that soft tissue broke down safely and completely within 30 days. The firm, Recompose, claims that its process saves more than a tonne of...

Date Added:February 17, 2020

Huffington Post

It's Too Late For Us To Fight Climate Change. Instead, Here's How We'll Spend Our Lives.

Date Added:February 17, 2020

It's Too Late For Us To Fight Climate Change. Instead, Here's How We'll Spend Our Lives.

My wife and I will leave it to someone else to try and avoid disaster ... we've decided that as long as they can postpone the collapse until we're dead, we'll be OK.

Source:Apple News
Date Added:February 16, 2020

Date Added:February 17, 2020

Huffington Post

An Unusual New York City Election Tests Whether Global Warming Can Win A Local Race

Date Added:February 17, 2020

‘The only uncertainty is how long we'll last': a worst case scenario for the climate in 2050

The Future We Choose, a new book by the architects of the Paris climate accords, offers two contrasting visions for how the world might look in thirty years (read the best case scenario here) • Christiana Figueres, author: ‘This is the decade and we are the generation' It is 2050. Beyond the...

Key Words:Climate change,Science and nature books,Climate change,Paris climate agreement,Culture,Environment,Science,Books
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Date Added:February 15, 2020

Date Added:February 17, 2020

Earth's cousins: Upcoming missions to look for 'biosignatures' in exoplanet atmospheres

Scientists have discovered thousands of exoplanets, including dozens of terrestrial—or rocky—worlds in the habitable zones around their parent stars. A promising approach to search for signs of life on these worlds is to probe exoplanet atmospheres for "biosignatures"—quirks in chemical...

Date Added:February 15, 2020

Major study shows climate change can cause abrupt impacts on dryland ecosystems - Swansea University

Your first step to a bright future Study at Swansea Undergraduate Courses Accommodation Open Days How to Apply Scholarships and Bursaries Parents and Guardians Make an Undergrad Enquiry Clearing at Swansea Postgraduate Taught Courses Research Programmes Open Days How to Apply Scholarships and...

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Date Added:February 15, 2020

Climate Crocks

University of New South Wales: Mass melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet was a major cause of high sea levels during a period known as the Last Interglacial (129,000-116,000 years ago), an international team of scientists led by UNSW's Chris Turney has found. The research was published today...

Date Added:February 16, 2020

'I don't think it will be the humans. I think we'll go quite early on,” says Julie Gray with a laugh. I've just asked Gray, a plant molecular biologist at the University of Sheffield, which species she thinks would be the last ones standing if we don't take transformative action on climate...

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Date Added:February 15, 2020

What starts in the Amazon doesn't stay there: Fires melting Andes glaciers

Mongabay Series: Amazon Conservation Fires in the Amazon may be melting Andean mountain glaciers at an increased rate, according to a study published in Scientific Reports. Smoke plumes billow from Amazon forest fires and travel with the wind, carrying aerosols such as black carbon to settle...

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Date Added:February 15, 2020

High wind delayed Northrop Grumman's supply run to the International Space Station on Friday. The weather was OK at the launch pad on Wallops Island, Virginia, but upper-level winds exceeded safety limits. The company will try again Saturday at 3:21 p.m.—an easy-to-remember 3-2-1. The weather...

Date Added:February 15, 2020

Smoke from wildfires may have long-term health effects, according to US research on juvenile monkeys. An analysis shows that their immune systems were lower than normal, 12 years after they were naturally exposed to wildfire smoke. There are also indications that the animals passed on the defect...

Date Added:February 17, 2020

Coastal communities face "serious questions" about their long-term safety from rising seas, a senior Environment Agency official has warned. People have become used to a 'myth of protection', according to John Curtin, head of floods and coastal management. "We are in a cycle of thinking we can...

Date Added:February 17, 2020

To stay in line with the targets laid out in the Paris climate agreement, the US needs to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, known as "deep decarbonization." Virtually every credible study on deep decarbonization agrees on the basics of a strategy to get there. The heart of the strategy is...

Author:David Roberts
Date Added:February 15, 2020