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The U.S. surrendered its local weather management at the international level

When the dust cleared and the gavel dropped, the United States’ place at the 2018 global climate negotiations — a two-week long affair in Poland attended by nearly 200 nations — had been sealed. The superpower’s behavior will almost certainly be remembered as equal parts bizarre and unhelpful, not least for its resistance — on...CONTINUE READING
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Local weather talks finish with a deal to stay nations dedicated to the Paris Settlement

There’s now a set of standards for all Paris Agreement-aligned countries to stick to as they work to mitigate the harmful effects of climate change. The deal between the agreement’s nearly 200 participating countries came after an all-night negotiating session at the COP24 conference in Katowice, Poland. It establishes a “rulebook” aimed at guiding countries...CONTINUE READING
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The Arctic we as soon as knew is long gone

Atop the globe, there’s probably no turning back. Melting trends in the Arctic today are increasingly stark. The 2018 Arctic Report Card, produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), depicts a thawing world that is continuing to warm and melt at an unprecedented pace. “I think that the report demonstrated everything we’ve been...CONTINUE READING
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Smokey Undergo’s international is on hearth. However the outdated mascot may not die.

The real Smokey Bear narrowly avoided death in the pine-filled Capitan Mountains of New Mexico, nearly 70 years ago.  Just west of the town of Roswell, firefighters found the bear cub clutching to the upper reaches of a tree, with singed paws and legs. The stranded black bear would almost certainly have perished amid the...CONTINUE READING
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When will humanity ever hit the height of its ever-growing carbon emissions?

We were duped.  Or, at least, we were given some false hope. In the three years between 2014 and 2016, global carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels had finally stopped increasing and leveled out. Emissions weren’t yet going down — but there was the potential that they had peaked.  Perhaps, mused scientists, this...CONTINUE READING
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Excessive local weather trade suffocated just about all ocean lifestyles 250 million years in the past

The Great Dying was as nasty as it sounds.  Some 250 million years ago, around 95 percent of ocean species vanished during the planet’s largest-known extinction event, also called the Great Permian Extinction.  The culprit is suspected to be extreme climate change, as epic volcanism filled the atmosphere with carbon dioxide, which gradually heated both...CONTINUE READING
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Greenland is in hot water

Scientists have watched Greenland’s colossal ice sheet shrink at an accelerated rate for the last 20 years. Now, researchers have solid proof that the current melting of Earth’s second-largest ice sheet — which is about 2.5 times the size of Texas — is quite abnormal compared to previous centuries. Researchers published their report Wednesday in...CONTINUE READING
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Innovative bike rack turns your biking into electricity — Future Blink

Amsterdam’s Clean Energy Challenge inspired Guillaume Roukhomovsky and Blaž Verhnjak to design S-Park. It’s a system that consists of a front bicycle wheel, and bike rack. As a rider bikes around, the spinning wheel stores kinetic energy in batteries. When the bike is parked at the S-Park rack, that energy flows out to the area’s...CONTINUE READING
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Another major U.S. climate report dropped. But you probably missed it.

You probably at least heard about the latest big U.S. climate report — even though the Trump Administration attempted to furtively release it on Black Friday. In the end the plan backfired, as many of the nation’s top newspapers highlighted the grim conclusions of the Fourth National Climate Assessment. Yet, that same day at the...CONTINUE READING
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Thousands of students walk out protesting government inaction on climate change

Never underestimate the power of a group of passionate, angry young people. Thousands of young Australian students ditched their classrooms on Friday protesting their government’s lack of action on climate change. SEE ALSO: The most damning conclusions from the UN’s special climate change report Inspired by Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old Swedish student who led her...CONTINUE READING
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