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Heavy water: how melting ice sheets and pumped groundwater can lower local sea levels – and boost them elsewhere

By Rebecca McGirr, Anthony Purcell, Herbert McQueen and Paul Tregoning, The Conversation Imagine you’re standing near the edge of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, gazing out over…
SourceSourceMay 25, 2024 Read More

Europe’s climate laws could spell the end to low-cost flights – but what about private jets?

By Fausto Corvino, Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) | The Conversation The era of low-cost air travel in Europe may be over for good, thanks…
SourceSourceMay 22, 2024 Read More

La Niña is coming, raising the chances of a dangerous Atlantic hurricane season – an atmospheric scientist explains this climate phenomenon

Pedro DiNezio, University of Colorado Boulder One of the big contributors to the record-breaking global temperatures over the past year – El Niño – is…
SourceSourceMay 10, 2024 Read More