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Gulf Stream lifeline at its weakest in more than a millennium

The Irish Times 25 Feb 2021
Human-caused global warming is the most likely cause, an international team of scientists has found ... “If we continue to drive global warming, the Gulf Stream System will weaken further – by 34 to 45 per cent by 2100, according to the latest generation of climate models,” said Prof Rahmstorf.
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Commentary: EarthTalk by Roddy Scheer & Doug Moss — Climate’s connection to IQ

Journal Courier 25 Feb 2021
Is there scientific basis to the assertion that global warming is affecting our ability to make decisions and lowering our collective intelligence? ... If the other reasons to battle global warming that we’ve all heard for years aren’t enough to convince you, how would you like your ...
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Gulf Stream System at its weakest in over a millennium

Phys Dot Org 25 Feb 2021
Previous studies by Rahmstorf and colleagues showed a slowdown of the ocean current of about 15% since the mid-20th century, linking it to human-caused global warming, but a robust picture about its long-term development has up to now been lacking ... Global warming disturbs this mechanism.
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AP FACT CHECK: Biden on virus deaths, Kerry’s climate crisis

Albuquerque Journal 25 Feb 2021
Climate scientists certainly see the necessity for broad and immediate action to address global warming, but they do not agree that 2030 is a point of no return. The 2018 report had scientists detailing the differences between the two global warming-fighting goals agreed upon in the Paris climate agreement.
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Climate change-driven snowmelt in Alps triggers abrupt seasonal change

Phys Dot Org 25 Feb 2021
New research has demonstrated that vitally important microbial communities within Alpine soils are under threat as a direct result of increasing global temperatures caused by ongoing climate change ... They also control how much carbon is stored safely in the soil, where it cannot cause further global warming.
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AP FACT CHECK: Biden on virus deaths, Kerry's climate crisis

Journal Review 25 Feb 2021
Climate scientists certainly see the necessity for broad and immediate action to address global warming, but they do not agree that 2030 is a point of no return. The 2018 report had scientists detailing the differences between the two global warming-fighting goals agreed upon in the Paris climate agreement.
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Evening Times 25 Feb 2021
Busted pipes, people freezing, record snowfall, ZERO defgees outside How’s that global warming workin’ out for ya?.
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Snowmelt in Alps happening earlier due to climate change: study

China.dot.org 25 Feb 2021
New research has demonstrated that vitally important microbial communities within Alpine soils are under threat as a direct result of increasing global temperatures caused by ongoing climate change ... They also control how much carbon is stored safely in the soil, where it cannot cause further global warming.
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More investment in clean energy needed — Amin Adam

Graphic 25 Feb 2021
... itself with the global shift towards the consumption of more renewable energy ... We in Ghana must develop a net zero carbon policy as the target of the Paris Agreement on climate change of reducing global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius or two degrees Celsius beacons,” he said.
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Amid pandemic, more people catch the fly fishing bug

Olean Times Herald 25 Feb 2021
At the same time, the nation's trout streams, including the Battenkill and those in the Catskills, are under threat from global warming, according to both scientists and longtime anglers who have noticed a steady increase in the water temperatures of their favorite trout streams.
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Letters to the Editor — Feb. 25, 2021

New York Post 25 Feb 2021
More On.. texas. Elsa the tiger found freezing during Texas storm gets ‘fairytale ending’ ... 21) ... 21) ... Texans made the mistake of believing the global-warming alarmists who said that Texas would become hotter and drier and that snow would be a thing of the past ... Texas’ mistake was listening to the apostles of global warming, not ignoring them ... .
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