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Biodiversity: Ocean 'dead zones' are proliferating

Raw Story 08 Dec 2022
As the UN’s COP15 talks on biodiversity got under way in Montreal on Wednesday, FRANCE 24 spoke to marine biologist Françoise Gaill about marine “dead zones” and their link to global warming ... Global warming also plays a role; there is a correlation ... Global warming causes water temperatures to rise, and oxygen does not dissolve as well in warm water.
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YES WORLD launches Utility services portal: Available in 80 Countries

CryptoPotato 08 Dec 2022
It is conceptualized to generating awareness around the global warming challenges to bring to critical mass to join the mission and take steps in the direction of reducing carbon footprint from the atmosphere ... to generate awareness of global warming and climate change impacts.
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The heavy yoke of climate injustice

The Manila Times 08 Dec 2022
work together to fight global warming or commit "collective suicide." ... Extreme weather events this year have shown us the devastating impact of global warming ... Another climatologist said that a severe El Ni�o event could create a "new level" in warming ... For Guterres, global warming has a twin that must also be addressed.
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OTHERS SAY: Loaded for bear

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 08 Dec 2022
Global warming was supposed to wreak havoc on polar bears. Looks like someone forgot to tell the polar bears ... In 2018, a National Geographic story proclaimed, "Polar bears really are starving because of global warming, study shows." ... It's not true ... The trend is unmistakably positive ... Even those concerned about global warming should see the lesson here ... .
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Kerry: Climate talks should have done more on pollution cuts

Federal News Radio 08 Dec 2022
climate envoy John Kerry said last month’s international global warming talks didn’t do enough to speed up cuts in emissions of heat-trapping gases ... climate envoy John Kerry said last month’s international global warming talks didn’t do enough to speed up cuts in emissions of heat-trapping gases.
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Climate archives under the magnifying glass

Science Daily 08 Dec 2022
How is the weather changing as a consequence of global warming? Climate archives provide valuable glimpses into past ...
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Dipolog WWF's challenge winner

The Manila Times 08 Dec 2022
The city was commended by the international jury of the OPCC Core Team in Sweden for its bold emissions reduction plan, which is aligned with science-based targets needed to keep global warming within 1.5�C ... "As highlighted in the recently released IPCC AR6 reports, cities play a key role in avoiding the most severe impacts of global warming.
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'Oil, gas firms' output plans to worsen warming'

The Manila Times 08 Dec 2022
Almost all of that expenditure is incompatible with the Paris Agreement's more ambitious target of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius since the pre-industrial era, the report said ... Russia's invasion of Ukraine has stoked a "dash for gas" that scientists have warned imperils global efforts to stop warming exceeding 1.5C.
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The Public Pulse: Nebraska Diaper Bank; Trump and the Constitution; Wrong day for football

Omaha World-Herald 08 Dec 2022
On global warming ... To abandon the net zero carbon policy only makes sense if you don’t believe that the burning of fossil fuels are contributing to global warming. I believe that a customer-owned, non-profit public utility is the perfect entity to engage in broad public policy such as addressing global warming.
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IEA: Renewables could top coal as electricity source by 2025

Sun Star 08 Dec 2022
The Paris-based agency said the global energy crisis stoked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has ... Replacing fossil fuels with renewables will help keep alive the possibility of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), according to the agency’s report.
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Flawed policies hurt growth, envoy says

China Daily 08 Dec 2022
"I believe none of us wants to see global warming. But all of us want to see a warming of China-US cooperation," said Qin, referring to the theme of the gala ... They run counter to the principles of a market economy and the rules of international trade and are disruptive to global industrial and supply chains, the envoy noted.
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Augustana tech team wins top prize at 2022 Call for Code Global Challenge

The Daily Republic 08 Dec 2022
SIOUX FALLS Four Augustana Univeristy students were named the grand prize winners of the 2022 Call for Code Global Challenge at an award ceremony on Tuesday, Dec ... “If we can all come together as a society, we can definitely solve this generation’s issues, like global warming,” Govindarajan said.
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Repairing gullies: The quickest way to improve Great Barrier Reef water quality

Phys Dot Org 08 Dec 2022
Along with global warming, degraded water quality is a key threat to the reef ... As the UNESCO report identifies, degraded water quality severely affects the resilience of the reef, limiting its ability to recover from bleaching and cyclones, and to withstand the changes caused by global warming.
photo: Creative Commons / Greenland Travel
A beautiful view in Nuuk, Greenland
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Scientists Sequence DNA They Found From 2 Million Years Ago

Futurism 08 Dec 2022
"It's a climate similar to what we expect to face on Earth due to global warming," the University of Copenhagen's Eske Willerslev, senior author of a new paper about the project published in the journal Nature, told MIT Tech, "and it gives us some idea how nature can respond to increasing temperatures.".
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Historic Offshore Wind Lease Sale in California Gets Over $750 Million in Winning Bids

Common Dreams 08 Dec 2022
"If we build on today's forward momentum, the United States can dramatically reduce its global warming emissions and become a global leader in renewable energy technologies like deep-water offshore wind." ... .

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