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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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Scientists Unite for a Sustainable Tomorrow: Urgent Call to End Destruction and Foster Equity

An international team of scientists has issued a clarion call for urgent action to address the interconnected crises of climate change, ecological destruction, and socio-economic…
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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…
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Scientists Unveil Intricate Tipping Points in Atlantic Currents

An international team of scientists has uncovered the intricate patterns of tipping points within the Atlantic's current system. This discovery challenges conventional knowledge, suggesting that…
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Climate Change Alters the Hidden Microbial Food Web in Peatlands: Why It Matters

Peatlands, often overlooked for their muddy and unassuming appearance, have been revealed as potent guardians against climate change. These vast expanses, covering only 3% of…
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A New Tool to Gauge Progress Towards Paris Climate Targets

A collaborative effort between scientists from the University of Exeter, the Met Office, and Imperial College has yielded a breakthrough in understanding carbon emissions and…
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Europe Facing Urgent Climate Risks: EEA Report Warns of ‘Catastrophic’ Consequences

Europe is rapidly becoming the epicenter of climate change, with unprecedented warming trends threatening the continent's very foundation. The European Environment Agency (EEA) has sounded…
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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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