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Arctic expedition chief warns we’ve ‘set off the beginning of the explosion’ of irreversible global warming

Russia Today 15 Jun 2021
A German scientist who led the largest-ever Arctic expedition to date has warned we might have already reached an irreversible “tipping point” for global warming amid the continued disappearance of summer sea ice ... of sea ice is the “epicenter of global warming.”.
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Irreversible global warming tipping point possibly triggered: Arctic mission chiefThe data collecting during the expedition ...

Deccan Herald 15 Jun 2021
The tipping point for irreversible global warming may have already been triggered, the scientist who led the biggest-ever expedition to the Arctic warned Tuesday ... one of the tipping points that we set off first when we push warming too far," said Markus Rex ... global warming.
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Climate change: what G7 leaders could have said - but didn't

Beijing News 15 Jun 2021
One of the greatest unmentionables at climate summit after climate summit is just how badly we keep track of contributions to global warming ... Everyone knows that G7 nations have contributed disproportionately to the global warming that has already happened.
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Climate change: what G7 leaders could have said – but didn't

The Conversation 15 Jun 2021
One of the greatest unmentionables at climate summit after climate summit is just how badly we keep track of contributions to global warming ... Everyone knows that G7 nations have contributed disproportionately to the global warming that has already happened.
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Costly frost in France attributed to climate change

Springfield News-Sun 15 Jun 2021
A report released Tuesday by researchers who study the link between global warming and weather events suggests that the intense April 6-8 frost in France was particularly damaging due to a preceding warm period in March ... warm period in March.(AP Photo/Thibault Camus, File).
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Global warming may have already passed irreversible tipping point

Al Jazeera 15 Jun 2021
Global warning may have already passed an irreversible tipping point, the scientist who led the biggest-ever expedition to the Arctic has warned ... the tipping points that we set off first when we push warming too far,” he said during the presentation in Germany’s capital, Berlin.
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Tailored messaging increases understanding of climate change in Republicans

Phys Dot Org 15 Jun 2021
As the planet continues to heat up due to global warming, action by officials in the U.S ... This is due to differences in opinions of elected officials on the nature of global warming—some refuse to believe it is occurring at all—others suggest it is a naturally occurring event and thus there is nothing to be done about it.
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Surging waves threaten Australia coastline, warns researcher

Straits Times 15 Jun 2021
Dr Tom Mortlock, an environmental scientist with Australia's Macquarie University, said his team plotted the trajectory of stronger waves and found the coasts of South Australia and Western Australia along with Pacific and Caribbean Islands were experiencing more powerful waves because of global warming.
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Politicians urged to ‘bite the bullet’ and reduce size of Irish livestock sector

The Irish Times 15 Jun 2021
But it does not have to be reduced to zero.” Reverse global warming. Rising methane emissions add significantly to global warming but continued emissions at a broadly stable level would sustain rather than add to global warming that has already occurred.
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Irreversible warming tipping point may have been triggered: Arctic mission chief

Urdu Point 15 Jun 2021
The tipping point for irreversible global warming may have already been triggered, the scientist who led the biggest ...
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ARKANSAS SIGHTSEEING: Spheres of influence

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 15 Jun 2021
"I was intrigued by the question of how to capture the public's attention on a subject as complex as global warming ... sculptures on the sidewalk, each depicting a solution to global warming, forcing people to confront the issue, but in a nonthreatening manner."
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Why the Earth needs a course correction now

Phys Dot Org 15 Jun 2021
Projections are provided for a baseline "Paris Forever" scenario, in which current (as of March 2021) NDCs are maintained in perpetuity; a Paris 2 degrees Celsius scenario that caps global warming at 2 degrees Celsius by 2100; and two scenarios—"Accelerated Actions" (which includes the newly announced U.S.
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Letter: Sarcasm not needed

Longview News-Journal 15 Jun 2021
On the contrary, no one with a minimal understanding of science would believe that in any measurable time the orbit of the earth and the moon can influence global warming ... Like it or not, global warming based on man’s activities is real and the amount of ...
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Saladworks Doubles Down on Guest Originality with Flavor Your World Original Recipe Challenge

Courier Express 15 Jun 2021
WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., June 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Last month, Saladworks, the nation's leading fast-casual create-your-own salad franchise and part of the WOWorks family of brands, launched its new "WOW!" Menu filled featuring an array of global flavors its guests can order as a Salad, a Warm Grain Bowl or a Wrap.
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Surging waves threaten Aussie coastline, warns researchers

China.dot.org 15 Jun 2021
Tom Mortlock, an environmental scientist with Australia's Macquarie University, said the team plotted the trajectory of stronger waves and found the coasts of South Australia and Western Australia along with Pacific and Caribbean Islands were experiencing more powerful waves because of global warming.

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