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Scallop shells dumped in Galloway river to save wild salmon

The Times/The Sunday Times 16 Jul 2024
The number of fish in the River Bladnoch has plummeted in recent years and the decline has been blamed on global warming and environmental degradation ... UK. Scotland. Related articles. ENVIRONMENT. ‘Lice-infested, aquatic prisons’ ... March 15 2024, 10.30am ... ,.
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Archbishop Viganò suggests assassination attempt on Trump due to his anti-globalist stance

Life Site 16 Jul 2024
... illegal immigrants and withdrawing the nation from the Paris climate accord in 2017, an agreement that focused on international governance and enforcement of high-cost global warming theory fixes.
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Climate model suggests extreme El Niño tipping point could be reached if global warming continues

Phys Dot Org 15 Jul 2024
Climate model suggests extreme El Niño tipping point could be reached if global warming continues (2024, July 15) retrieved 15 July 2024 from https.//phys.org/news/2024-07-climate-extreme-el-nio-global.html.
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In West Bengal, Wedding Between Two Trees Conducted To Reduce Global Warming

News18 15 Jul 2024
Around 3000 residents dressed in the finest of their clothes, attended the wedding ... .
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How to survive the hottest summers

Kuensel 15 Jul 2024
For a country of 3.3 million that accounted cumulatively for only 0.04% of global carbon emission in 2022, the country is suffering from global warming through external, rather than internal factors.
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What Nike’s ‘sustainability bloodbath’ means for its carbon reduction pledges, Beat Check podcast

The Oregonian 15 Jul 2024
Many consumers want to do their part to slow down global warming and they’re flocking to companies that try to do less harm to the planet.
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The Rise And Fall Of El Niño Shown In Beautiful Maps By NASA

IFL Science 15 Jul 2024
El Niño is a global climate phenomenon that has impacts on weather patterns worldwide, but it all starts with warm waters over the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean ... warm years.
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Loss of oxygen in bodies of water identified as new tipping point

Phys Dot Org 15 Jul 2024
"The causes of aquatic oxygen loss are global warming due to greenhouse gas emissions and the input of nutrients as a result of land use," says co-author Dr ... In addition, global warming enhances ...
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The Daily Mail 15 Jul 2024
But the partnership will not be renewed as the company has failed to align its carbon emissions with the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C ... warming to 1.5°C.'.
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Can humanity address climate change without believing it? Medical history suggests it is possible

MinnPost 15 Jul 2024
While researching for a new book about the history of emerging infections, I found many similarities between early debates over the existence of microbes and current debates over the existence of global warming.
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Don't think heat pumps are sexy? This slow jam could change your mind

National Public Radio 15 Jul 2024
Heat pumps are an important tool to stave off global warming. Two Berkeley musicians wrote a sultry anthem about them. (Image credit. Eduardo Lopez) ....
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Melting polar ice is changing the way the Earth spins and making days longer, study shows

CNN 15 Jul 2024
Scientists have previously made connections between polar ice melt and longer days, but the new research suggests global warming is a bigger influence on time than recent studies have shown.
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Helping queen conchs spark their sex drive in the Florida Keys

Sun Sentinel 15 Jul 2024
Those growing temperature extremes—waters in the Gulf of Mexico warmed at a rate twice as fast as global averages between 1950 and 2020—were cutting the mating season short ... While oceans warm globally, ...
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Science Museum ends Equinor sponsorship over climate change row

The Times/The Sunday Times 15 Jul 2024
... that it was in breach of the museum’s pledge to ensure its sponsors complied with the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5C, according to emails seen by the Observer.
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World’s first hydrogen-powered ferry to operate in San Francisco Bay

East Bay Times 15 Jul 2024
As fossil fuel emissions continue warming Earth’s atmosphere, the Biden administration is turning to hydrogen as an energy source for vehicles, manufacturing and generating electricity ... That process warms the planet rather than saving it.
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