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Investigating changes in extreme high-temperature warning indicators over China under different global warming levels

Phys Dot Org 29 May 2024
They found an approximately linear increase in the intensity of extreme high temperatures exceeding 35�C and 40�C with global warming, while the number of high temperature days and length of season were projected to increase non-linearly.
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Global warming increases allergy risks

China Daily 29 May 2024
Vigorous growth of allergenic plants due to global warming is increasing airborne pollen concentrations and prolonging the allergy season, according to Zhang Luo, president of Beijing Tongren Hospital.
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This Summer Could Be Even Hotter

The Atlantic 29 May 2024
But what happens if global warming nudges temperatures into algae’s preferred zone even during the cool phase? Such blooms thrive in warm temperatures and on nutrients flushed from land by heavy rains and runoff.
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The ‘Doomsday Glacier’ is melting faster than scientists thought

Popular Science 29 May 2024
... far more warming water than previously believed ... Ever-shifting factors, like the amount of greenhouse gas emissions, could slow or accelerate global warming, and in turn, the rate that glaciers melt.
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At 45°C, Chandigarh sees hottest day in 22 years

Hindustan Times 29 May 2024
‘Heatwaves a result of global warming, climate change’. Speaking about the series of heatwaves in the city this month, IMD Chandigarh director AK Singh said this was a direct result of global warming and climate change.
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Improved refrigeration could save nearly half of the 1.3 billion tons of food wasted each ...

Science Daily 29 May 2024
... greenhouse gases by 41% globally, according to a new study.
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Federal guidelines laid out for carbon offsets

The Buffalo News 29 May 2024
WASHINGTON – The Biden administration on Tuesday laid out for the first time a set of broad government guidelines around the use of carbon offsets in an attempt to shore up confidence in a method for tackling global warming that ....
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Daikin ATMOSPHERA with R-32 Refrigerant Wins 2024 SEAL Sustainable Product Award

Victoria Advocate 29 May 2024
The first single-zone ductless heat pump system in North America with R-32 low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant honored by environmental advocacy organization ....
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Gardeners can utilize plant hardiness guides to create thriving gardens

LA Daily News 29 May 2024
The changes to the map do not necessarily indicate global warming ... The PHZM only covers 30-year extreme weather averages, so experts cannot draw scientific conclusions from the map’s data to support or oppose global warming.
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26 extra days of extreme heat in a year due to climate change: report

Dawn 29 May 2024
Heat is the leading cause of climate-related death and the report further points to the role of global warming in increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme weather around the world.
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United by common challenges

China Daily 29 May 2024
To limit global warming, it is essential to curb methane emissions, which have 86 times the warming potential of carbon dioxide and can cause significant temperature increases within the next two decades.
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SUNx Malta and CBCGDF co-hosted a session focused on Climate Change and Tourism

TravelDailyNews 29 May 2024
He called for the Tourism industry to take immediate action, quoting the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s recommendation to peak greenhouse gas emissions by 2025 to have any chance of limiting global warming to 1.5�C by 2050.
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New Queen's study suggests potential long-term impact of global warming on sleep (Queen's University Belfast)

Public Technologies 29 May 2024
) New Queen's study suggests potential long-term impact of global warming on sleep ... New Queen's study suggests potential long-term impact of global warming on sleep 29 May, 2024.
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Climate change caused 26 extra days of extreme heat last year: report

The News International 29 May 2024
Heat is the leading cause of climate-related death and the report further points to the role of global warming in increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme weather around the world.
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