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European Court of Human Rights Delivers Landmark Climate Change Rulings

Today, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) announced Grand Chamber rulings in three significant climate change cases, marking a historic moment in the intersection…
April 9, 2024 Read More
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Boreal Forests and Tundra Regions Face Severe Impact Over Next 500 Years of Climate Change, Study Reveals

A new study led by researchers from esteemed institutions including the White Rose universities of York and Leeds, Oxford, Montreal, and ETH, Switzerland, has shed…
April 9, 2024 Read More
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Waterfront cities in Europe set sail for climate resilience

In the medieval Belgian city of Bruges, the urban administration has been seeking a new home and decided to move into an old hospital rather…
April 5, 2024 Read More

800,000 Years Ago To The Present

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How much do rich countries owe in climate aid? That’s the trillion-dollar question.

"This story was originally published by Grist. Sign up for Grist's weekly newsletter here." Last year’s United Nations climate conference in the United Arab Emirates…
April 13, 2024 Read More
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Boreal Forests and Tundra Regions Face Severe Impact Over Next 500 Years of Climate Change, Study Reveals

A new study led by researchers from esteemed institutions including the White Rose universities of York and Leeds, Oxford, Montreal, and ETH, Switzerland, has shed…
April 9, 2024 Read More
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Antarctic Circumpolar Current: A Climate Sentinel Sounds the Alarm

It's been a fundamental component of Earth's climate system for millions of years, but the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) is now sending a warning signal…
March 28, 2024 Read More

Current And Historical Global Sea Levels

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As Climate Change Progresses, New Rainfall Patterns Affect Plants Worldwide

This article by Cazzy Medley is republished from Maryland Today under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Read the original article. April showers are…
April 15, 2024 Read More
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Ocean currents threaten to collapse Antarctic ice shelves

A new study published in Nature Communications has revealed that the interplay between meandering ocean currents and the ocean floor induces upwelling velocity, transporting warm…
April 12, 2024 Read More
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Heat from El Niño can warm oceans off West Antarctica – and melt floating ice shelves from below

Maurice Huguenin, UNSW Sydney; Matthew England, UNSW Sydney, and Paul Spence, University of Tasmania As the weight of ice builds up, the ice sheet begins…
April 10, 2024 Read More

Real-Time And Historical CO2 Levels

A History of The Planet’s O2 Levels Since 1991

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Global Warming and Plastic Pollution Fuel Each Other in Vicious Cycle, Study Finds

In a new report published in Nature Communications, researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology shed light on the interconnectedness of global warming and plastic…
March 20, 2024 Read More
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Most Major GHG Emitters Fail to Disclose True Climate Impact on Businesses, Report Finds

A new report released by the financial think tank Carbon Tracker sheds light on a concerning trend among major greenhouse gas (GHG) emitters: a collective…
February 23, 2024 Read More
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How close are we to reaching a global warming of 1.5˚C?

The goal of limiting global warming to 1.5˚C above pre-industrial levels is outlined in the Paris Agreement, which was adopted in 2015. According to various…
January 18, 2024 Read More

Real-Time And Historical Methane CH4 Levels

Present And Historical Nitrous Oxide N2O Levels