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Israel to enact climate law to deal with global warming

People Daily 20 Apr 2021
JERUSALEM, April 19 (Xinhua) -- Israel's Ministry of Environmental Protection on Monday unveiled a new comprehensive climate law to deal with the global climate crisis and global warming ... (Web editor. Guo Wenrui, Liang Jun). .
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Global Warming Affecting Spring Gardens

Bitchute 20 Apr 2021
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Climate explained: what was the Medieval warm period?

Beijing News 20 Apr 2021
This evokes the idea that if natural global warming and all its effects occurred in the past without humans causing them, then perhaps we are not responsible for this one ... The fact that some areas of the world actually prospered during the Medieval warm period gives ammunition to the global warming sceptics' position.
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Aggressive de-growth needed to avoid climate nightmare

The Irish Times 20 Apr 2021
While preparing my last ccolumn advocating increased nuclear power to minimise global warming, I came across disturbing information that shook my confidence in our current determination to tackle climate change ... Deploying large-scale BECCS to arrest global warming is not feasible, although smaller scale BECCS can make a contribution.
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Global warming: Exprivia technology for Copernicus sea level satellite monitoring (Exprivia SpA)

Public Technologies 20 Apr 2021
). COMUNICATO STAMPA. GLOBAL WARMING. EXPRIVIA TECHNOLOGY FOR COPERNICUS SEA. LEVEL SATELLITE MONITORING ... It is in the seas, in fact, that all the signals on the warming of the planet Earth are concentrated, and they are not comforting ... This technology allows the height of the ocean surface to be estimated accurately on a global scale ... COMUNICATO STAMPA.
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Former Obama aide John Morton to lead US climate hub

Business Day 20 Apr 2021
He is expected to take a central role in President Joe Biden’s “whole-of-government” approach to tackling the issue, with a particular focus on aligning public and private investments with international goals on emissions and global warming, the treasury said.
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Declining male fertility increases climate change vulnerability

Phys Dot Org 20 Apr 2021
Understanding how much warming species can handle, and which species will be most at risk, is one of the biggest challenges facing biologists today ... Reducing global warming matters for freshwater fish species ... Male fertility thermal limits predict vulnerability to climate warming, Nature Communications (2021).
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Amid Biden Climate Push, a Question Looms: Is America's Word Good?

Yahoo Daily News 20 Apr 2021
And on Friday, China likened the United States’ desire to rejoin the Paris Agreement global warming accord that Trump abandoned to a naughty child trying to sneak back into school after cutting class ... in Annapolis, Maryland, on the central place global warming would take in U.S.
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Rock glaciers will slow Himalayan ice melt

Phys Dot Org 20 Apr 2021
Some Himalayan glaciers are more resilient to global warming than previously predicted, new research suggests ... "These slow-moving glaciers are well insulated, and as a result they are more resilient to global warming than 'true' glaciers.".
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Blinken to US diplomats: Challenge nations hurting climate effort

Al Jazeera 20 Apr 2021
Blinken’s speech is the first in a series of events planned ahead of a virtual summit that Biden is hosting starting on Thursday that will gather leaders of the world’s biggest polluters to discuss how to address global warming and other climate disasters ... and global influence.
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Momentum builder

China Daily 20 Apr 2021
Scholars at Cambridge Econometrics estimate that China's commitment alone could cut global warming by 0.25 C-which would be a very significant contribution to the Paris Agreement's goal of limiting global warming to well below 2 C, and preferably to 1.5 C above pre-industrial levels.
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US vows leadership in global fight to counter climate change

Straits Times 20 Apr 2021
The consensus among scientists now is that the world needs to limit global warming to 1.5 deg C above pre-industrial levels to avoid catastrophe. To meet this goal, countries must hit net zero carbon emissions by 2050, which requires a global transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy.
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Extreme melt reduced Greenland ice sheet storage: study

Urdu Point 20 Apr 2021
Authors of the research said it was evidence of how one-off or rare weather events could have a lasting impact on Earth's frozen spaces and a knock-on effect on global sea levels ... And with the poles warming significantly faster than the rest of the planet, more extreme and regular hot weather over the Arctic is set to increase Greenland melt events.
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As carbon emissions surge, can China and Japan quit the coal?

Sandhills Express 20 Apr 2021
Despite China’s dramatic advances in wind and solar energy and with electric cars, it faces the challenge of slashing its greenhouse gas emissions by almost half if it wants to meet commitments to limit global warming to the Paris climate accord target of 1.5 degrees Celsius.
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As global carbon emissions surge, can China and Japan quit the coal?

Sandhills Express 20 Apr 2021
Despite China’s dramatic advances in wind and solar energy and with electric cars, it faces the challenge of slashing its greenhouse gas emissions by almost half if it wants to meet commitments to limit global warming to the Paris climate accord target of 1.5 degrees Celsius.
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