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20°C seems the optimal temperature for life on Earth to thrive – what does this mean in a warming world?

By Mark John Costello, Nord University and Ross Corkrey, University of Tasmania Have you ever wondered about the optimal temperature for life on Earth? For…
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ClimateScience

Greenland’s Changing Landscape: Doubling of Vegetation in Three Decades

In a major analysis of satellite records, scientists have uncovered significant changes in Greenland's land cover over the past three decades. The study, conducted by…
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UN Report Sounds Alarm on Decline of Migratory Species Worldwide

Samarkand, 12 February 2024 – Today marked a pivotal moment in the global effort to conserve biodiversity as the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory…
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EU’s Climate Ambitions for 2040 at Risk Due to Lackluster Agricultural Policies

In a recent communication from the European Commission outlining the climate targets for 2040 and the Industrial Carbon Management (ICM) strategy, concerns have been raised…
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ClimateNews

Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team Sets the Pace by Signing The Climate Pledge

The renowned Formula 1 team commits to achieving Net Zero carbon emissions by 2040 In a landmark move, the Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team has…
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Tempests and Trends: Unraveling Europe’s Stormy Winter and Climate Change’s Role

Norway is grappling with the aftermath of its most potent storm in over three decades as Hurricane-force winds wreaked havoc, leaving some residents without power.…
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Rapid Glacier Melting Erases Vital Climate Records: A Blow to Ice Memory Initiative

In a disheartening revelation for climate researchers, a recent study conducted by the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), in collaboration with the University of Fribourg, Ca'…
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Science

Climate Change Threatens Earth’s Largest Reserves of Drinking Water

An alarming international study, recently published in Scientific Reports, sheds light on the potential vulnerability of the world's largest reserves of freshwater, housed in subterranean…
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New Research Uncovers Varied Impact of Global Warming on Typhoons

Published in Geophysical Research Letters, a study by Nagoya University reveals the surprising effects of global warming on typhoons, suggesting a new method for projecting…
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Unveiling the Hidden Impact of Greenland’s Glacial Retreat: An Analysis

A paradigm-shifting study published in the Nature journal on January 17, 2024, has laid bare the extent of Greenland's ice loss, surpassing previous estimates and…
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Nurturing a Climate-Literate World: Experts Discuss How Best to Educate People About Climate Change

Introduction In the words of Nelson Mandela, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." As climate change emerges…
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