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Turkey: Glaciers in Selo Mountain melting amid global warming

Ruptly 06 Jul 2022
... in Hakkari are melting amid global warming, as drone footage captured on Wednesday.
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Methane Much More Sensitive To Global Heating Than Previously Thought, Study Says

Slashdot 06 Jul 2022
Methane is four times more sensitive to global warming than previously thought, a new study shows. The result helps to explain the rapid growth in methane in recent years and suggests that, if left unchecked, methane related warming will escalate in the decades to come.
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Rampant wildfires once led to global mass extinction, scientists say. Can it happen again?

Finger Lakes Times 06 Jul 2022
Though millions of years separate the events of the Great Dying from the wildfires threatening the modern world's forests, the new study highlights eerie parallels between that ancient period of global warming and our own ... The enormous volumes of greenhouse gases emitted in this time warmed Earth cataclysmically.
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As NATO Promises Wind-Powered War Machine, Greta Says Nothing About Germany Re-Opening Coal Plants, by ...

The Unz Review 06 Jul 2022
By committing to eliminate its net greenhouse emissions by 2050, NATO aligns the alliance with the pathway to deliver the Paris Agreement’s goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (34.7°F) ... The Russia people and the global warming people are the same people who told you.
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Letters to the Editor: July 2, 2022

Monterey Herald 06 Jul 2022
Lawrence Samuels, Carmel Global warming clearly driven by human activities ... The global warming of the past 120 years, on the other hand, is clearly driven by emissions of CO2 caused by human activities, as confirmed by Nobel Prize-winning science and every relevant and credible science organization in the world.
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Harder to save planet now

Lockport Union-Sun 06 Jul 2022
At a moment when the world should be racing to prevent the worst effects of global warming, the Supreme Court just made it harder for the U.S ... And Congress should make it abundantly clear that the EPA is empowered to adopt the regulations needed to slash greenhouse gases across industries and slow global warming.
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Environmental developments worldwide in June 2022

Anadolu Agency 06 Jul 2022
- There is a need for big changes in habits on a global scale from production to water use against the effects of global warming as the risks of desertification increase due to climate change-related drought, a Turkish expert tells Anadolu Agency ... - The G7 members agree to set up a "Climate Club" by the end of this year to tackle global warming.
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Equilibrium & Sustainability — Extreme cyclists face the changing climate

The Hill 06 Jul 2022
Undersea ‘satellites’ track whales in warming Arctic ... Its staggering biodiversity — full of plants and subterranean microbes and fungi that build their bodies out of carbon from the atmosphere — make the landscape a vital global “sink,” or repository, of carbon dioxide that would otherwise warm the planet. .
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Alaska on fire: Thousands of lightning strikes and a warming climate put Alaska on pace ...

Hastings Tribune 06 Jul 2022
Then we had a warm spring, and southwest Alaska dried out ... Global warming has also increased the amount of fuels – the plants and trees that are available to burn ... So, the weather factors – the warm ... In a warming world, air can hold more moisture, so you can get intense storms.
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Japanese grandpa draws in following as art YouTuber

Taipei Times 06 Jul 2022
Harumichi Shibasaki has built a global following teaching painting and sketching techniques, and has even become an agony uncle for some viewers ... Unlike the attention-grabbing antics of most top YouTubers, the grandfather has won hearts with his calm, soothing manner, which fans say makes them feel “warm and peaceful.”.
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Europe's string of extreme heatwaves linked to jet stream

Straits Times 06 Jul 2022
... which global warming could be altering the global climate.
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The Netherlands Is On Fire And Famine Is Around The Corner

Principia Scientific 06 Jul 2022
The government then ordered all farmers to destroy 30% of their livestock and the forced sale of their farmlands to cut nitrogen because of so-called ‘man-made’ global warming ... global human population.
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Australians urged not to charge their electric cars

Free West Media 06 Jul 2022
Governments around the world are being admonished by globalists in order to avoid an alleged climate catastrophe in the form of global warming ... The Great Global Warming Swindle (Climate Documentary) ... to global warming, which was said to be due to man-made carbon dioxide emissions.
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'Like a dream': Japanese grandpa draws in following as art YouTuber

Urdu Point 06 Jul 2022
Unlike the attention-grabbing antics of most top YouTubers, the grandfather has won hearts with his calm, soothing manner, which fans say makes them feel "warm and peaceful" ... It was Shibasaki's son who first encouraged him to post on the site -- a chance for the instructor with decades of experience to reach a global audience.

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