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The planet saw its hottest day on record: It's the second consecutive year average global temperatures have crashed through shocking climate records and ...
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The planet saw its hottest day on record
Days are getting slightly longer — and it's due to climate change: So much ice is melting at the Earth's poles that it's affecting the rotation of the planet ...
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Days are getting slightly longer — and it's due to climate change
Melting ice is slowing Earth's spin and shifting its axis, research shows: Melting ice is slowing Earth's spin and causing changes to its axis, new studies find ...
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Melting ice is slowing Earth's spin and shifting its axis, research shows
Why melting ice sheets are making our days longer : As polar ice melts, water moves from the poles toward the equator — making our Earth bulkier and rotate ...
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Why melting ice sheets are making our days longer
Protecting the Blue Heart of Our Planet: A Call to Stop Deep-Sea Mining: The ocean is far more than a collection of resources to be exploited; it's a living ...
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Protecting the Blue Heart of Our Planet: A Call to Stop Deep-Sea Mining
Could geo-engineering help save the planet?: If we can’t control rising global temperatures by drastically cutting carbon emissions, could something called ...
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Could geo-engineering help save the planet?
The Search for Alien Life Starts on Earth: But the places that could most help scientists find it are melting away.
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The Search for Alien Life Starts on Earth
Earth's Driest Desert now has Flowers Thanks to Climate Change: The Atacama Desert, dubbed the Driest place on earth, is now blooming due to several factors ...
techtimes.com/articles/306782/20240722/earths-driest-desert-now-flowers-thanks-climate-change.htm
Earth's Driest Desert now has Flowers Thanks to Climate Change
Melting ice caps slow Earth's spin: A study out Monday shows that the melting of the polar ice caps is causing our planet to spin more slowly ...
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Melting ice caps slow Earth's spin
Climate change is changing day length on Earth ETH study: In two new studies, researchers at ETH Zurich show how climate change affects the rotation of our ...
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Climate change is changing day length on Earth ETH study
Brazillian Forests, Trees Literally Move to Avoid Global Warming: Trees and forests are literally moving to beat the heat and move to cooler places in Brazil ...
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Brazillian Forests, Trees Literally Move to Avoid Global Warming
Türkiye enhances forest fire fighting capabilities: Official: Türkiye, 1 of 2 countries using UAVs to combat fires, says Abdulkadir Polat, deputy minister of ...
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Türkiye enhances forest fire fighting capabilities: Official
Why planetary problems need a new approach to politics | Aeon Essays: Nation-states are no longer fit for purpose to create a habitable future for humans and ...
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Why planetary problems need a new approach to politics | Aeon Essays
Geoengineering the Climate Could Harm the Planet, U.N. Fears: A new U.N. Environment Program report focuses on geoengineering’s potential dangers to the planet ...
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Geoengineering the Climate Could Harm the Planet, U.N. Fears
Earth just likely set its hottest days on record in thousands of years: The records, set on July 21 and 22, beat a similar milestone from just last year.
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Earth just likely set its hottest days on record in thousands of years
Quick Glance: World's Hottest Day Recorded, Land Temperatures to Surpass
  • July 21 marked the hottest day globally with a surface air temperature of 17.09 degrees Celsius.

  • Experts caution about escalating land warming exceeding global averages.

  • Climate change and extreme heat are exacerbated by fossil fuel consumption.

  • Scientists predict 2024 may surpass previous records as temperatures continue to rise.
Unexpected source of oxygen found in the deep sea: The extraordinary discovery calls several fundamental assumptions into question. It changes our view of ...
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Unexpected source of oxygen found in the deep sea
Climate Change Is Slowing Earth's Rotation: It's also shifting the axis of rotation and jumbling up the planet's molten interior.
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Climate Change Is Slowing Earth's Rotation
Quick Glance: Melting Ice Slows Earth's Rotation and Shifts Axis
  • Melting ice is slowing Earth's spin and causing changes to its axis, as indicated by new studies.

  • Climate change is altering the Earth to its core by redistributing water due to ice melting, affecting the planet's rotation.

  • The ice melt could have contributed to minor fluctuations in polar motion, impacting timekeeping and satellite positioning.

  • Researchers discovered that the movement of molten rock inside the Earth adapts to changes in its axis and rotation rate — a feedback process where the Earth's surface influences its interior.
What is ‘dark oxygen’, found 13,000 feet under the sea?: Scientists find evidence of additional source of oxygen, raising questions about the origins of life on ...
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What is ‘dark oxygen’, found 13,000 feet under the sea?
Quick Glance: Deep Ocean: Dark Oxygen from Metallic Batteries
  • The discovery of oxygen in the dark defies knowledge of the deep ocean.

  • Scientists have found 'dark oxygen' being generated in the deep ocean by metallic nodules on the seafloor.
Atlantic hurricane season only in temporary lull, with stormier times ahead: Expect a much stormier August compared to mid-to-late July.
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Atlantic hurricane season only in temporary lull, with stormier times ...
World's hottest city where fish boil in the sea and birds fall from the sky: Kuwait City, the world's hottest city, has been branded 'unliveable' ...
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World's hottest city where fish boil in the sea and birds fall from the ...
Accidentally exposed yellowish-green crystals reveal ‘mind-blowing’ finding on Mars, scientists say
cnn.com/2024/07/20/science/nasa-curiosity-rover-mars-sulfur-rocks/
Accidentally exposed yellowish-green crystals reveal ‘mind-blowing’ ...
Where Kamala Harris Stands on the Issues: Abortion, Immigration and More: She wants to protect the right to abortion nationally. Here’s what else to know about ...
nytimes.com/2024/07/21/us/politics/kamala-harris-abortion-immigration-economy-israel.html
Where Kamala Harris Stands on the Issues: Abortion, Immigration and More
Quick Glance: Harris's Bold Abortion Stance May Impact 2024 Election After Biden's Exit
  • Vice President Kamala Harris's candid stance on abortion might shift the national conversation on women’s health, following Biden’s decision not to seek re-election, experts say.

  • If Harris becomes the Democratic nominee for president, experts expect her to heavily emphasize the link between abortion rights and women’s healthcare.

  • While Biden did not mention 'abortion' in his recent State of the Union address, Harris has made the importance of access to abortion healthcare prominent.

  • The issue of abortion received minimal attention at the recent Republican National Convention, with the platform no longer calling for a federal abortion ban.
Strange planet with a backward, cucumber-shape orbit is turning into another kind of world
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Strange planet with a backward, cucumber-shape orbit is turning into ...
Here's when Seattle Aquarium's Ocean Pavilion will open : The 50,000-square-foot exhibit will feature the region's largest tropical reef ecosystem, with sharks ...
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Here's when Seattle Aquarium's Ocean Pavilion will open
First U.S. Species to Go Extinct from Rising Seas Is the Key Largo Tree Cactus: A tall cactus found only in Florida’s Key Largo is the U.S.’s first species to go ...
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First U.S. Species to Go Extinct from Rising Seas Is the Key Largo Tree ...
Quick Glance: Extinction of a Cactus Species Due to Rising Seas in the US
  • The Key Largo tree cacti have gone extinct in the US due to rising sea levels, highlighting an alarming trend.

  • The Pilosocereus millspaughii, also known as tree cacti, once found in the Florida Keys, is severely threatened and nearly extinct due to climate change.

  • Not only plants, but other animal species like the Key deer or the Hawaiian monk seal are at risk due to rising sea levels.

  • It is estimated that by 2070, roughly one-third of all animal and plant species could go extinct due to climate change, leading to a loss of biodiversity.
How Paris' historic architecture creates a boiling urban heat island: With extreme heat a top concern for the Paris Olympics, the City of Light's ...
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How Paris' historic architecture creates a boiling urban heat island
Where Vice President Kamala Harris stands on key issues: In her capacity as VP, Harris has not had as many opportunities to describe her personal vision for ...
axios.com/2024/07/22/kamala-harris-policy-stances
Where Vice President Kamala Harris stands on key issues
Quick Glance: Republican Leaders Caution Against Racist, Sexist Attacks on Harris
  • Republican leaders are warning party members against using overtly racist and sexist attacks against Vice President Kamala Harris, as they and former President Donald Trump’s campaign scramble to adjust to the reality of a new Democratic rival less than four months before Election Day.

  • At a closed-door meeting of House Republicans, National Republican Congressional Committee chairman Richard Hudson urged lawmakers to criticize Harris solely for her role in the Biden-Harris administration policies.

  • The warnings point to the new risks for Republicans in running against a Democrat who would become the first woman, first Black woman, and first person of South Asian descent to win the White House.

  • Trump and allies have begun to refer to Harris as a 'DEI' hire - a nod to diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
Appeals court unanimously sides with Biden administration on updated power plant rules
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Appeals court unanimously sides with Biden administration on updated power ...
NASA transmits a Missy Elliott song to Venus: Missy Elliott’s “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” took nearly 14 minutes to get transmitted to space in a first for ...
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NASA transmits a Missy Elliott song to Venus
Pedal to the Medal: Live coverage of the 2024 Paris Olympics: News, analysis, and live coverage of the 2024 Paris Olympics from SB Nation.
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Pedal to the Medal: Live coverage of the 2024 Paris Olympics
Earth sees warmest June on record, boosts odds of warmest year: June marked the 13th-straight month to meet or beat the 1.5-degree Paris Agreement target.
axios.com/2024/07/08/earth-warmest-june-warmest-year-climate
Earth sees warmest June on record, boosts odds of warmest year
Sea ice's cooling power is waning faster than its area of extent, new study finds
phys.org/news/2024-07-sea-ice-cooling-power-waning.html
Sea ice's cooling power is waning faster than its area of extent ...
We need a Fossil Fuel Treaty now: We must move away from hydrocarbons – fast and fairly.
aljazeera.com/opinions/2024/7/24/we-need-a-fossil-fuel-treaty-now
We need a Fossil Fuel Treaty now
African countries must make their voices heard on deep-sea mining: The clock is ticking, and the decisions we make today will have a profound impact on the ...
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African countries must make their voices heard on deep-sea mining
Nuclear fusion companies growing, attracting more money: Much more money will be needed, however, in order to achieve breakthroughs in the near future.
axios.com/2024/07/17/nuclear-fusion-companies-funding
Nuclear fusion companies growing, attracting more money
'We're screaming into the void.' Across the U.S., heat keeps breaking records: It’s not your imagination. Temperature records are falling across the U.S ...
npr.org/2024/07/11/nx-s1-5034292/temperature-records-heatwave-climate-change
'We're screaming into the void.' Across the U.S., heat keeps breaking ...
Radar study puts spotlight on Saturn moon Titan's hydrocarbon seas: NASA's Cassini spacecraft, which explored Saturn and its icy moons, including the majestic ...
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Radar study puts spotlight on Saturn moon Titan's hydrocarbon seas
What is Earth observation data – and how can we maximize it to protect our natural environment?
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What is Earth observation data – and how can we maximize it to protect our ...
Elon Musk denies volunteering his sperm to help start a Martian colony: The New York Times reported Elon Musk had volunteered his sperm as part of SpaceX's plans ...
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Elon Musk denies volunteering his sperm to help start a Martian colony
Nuclear Must Be Part of The Solution: Reinforcing the Bargain That Strengthens Security While Expanding Peaceful Use
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Nuclear Must Be Part of The Solution: Reinforcing the Bargain That ...
Climate change poses growing NATO threat, including disinformation: NATO is grappling with how climate change is altering its bases and threatening troops' ...
axios.com/2024/07/15/climate-change-nato-threat-cyber
Climate change poses growing NATO threat, including disinformation
Biden's consequential presidency: His key policies, wins and setbacks: Biden's single term has been surprisingly progressive and productive.
axios.com/2024/07/21/biden-legacy-election-2024
Biden's consequential presidency: His key policies, wins and setbacks
Nuclear Must Be Part of The Solution: Reinforcing the Bargain That Strengthens Security While Expanding Peaceful Use
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Nuclear Must Be Part of The Solution: Reinforcing the Bargain That ...
No Man's Sky goes 5.0 with a sweeping tech update that's 'adding things the community has almost given up hope on ever happening'
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No Man's Sky goes 5.0 with a sweeping tech update that's 'adding things ...
Climate hasn't been core to the GOP. These conservatives are trying to change that
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Climate hasn't been core to the GOP. These conservatives are trying to ...
Spektrum Podcast: Invasive Species: What Makes Foreign Animals and Plants So Dangerous
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Spektrum Podcast: Invasive Species: What Makes Foreign Animals and Plants ...
The flickering glow of summer's fireflies: too important to lose, too small to notice them gone
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The flickering glow of summer's fireflies: too important to lose ...
'I was an astronaut – I saw Earth from space and realised we were living a lie': Ron Garan, a former NASA astronaut had a 'sobering realisation' during ...
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'I was an astronaut – I saw Earth from space and realised we were living a ...
Sea level rise wipes out a U.S. species for the first known time: The only known U.S. stand of Key Largo tree cactus was in the low-lying Florida Keys.
axios.com/2024/07/09/sea-level-rise-wipes-out-an-entire-us-species
Sea level rise wipes out a U.S. species for the first known time
Quick Glance: Florida: First Local Species Extinction Due to Sea-Level Rise
  • Scientists in Florida have documented the first local extinction of a species caused by rising sea levels.

  • The climate emergency has eradicated the Key Largo tree cactus naturally growing in the US through saltwater inundation and soil erosion from hurricanes.

  • The species, now only found on a few remote Caribbean islands, northern Cuba, and parts of the Bahamas, was already reduced to just a single population of six stems in the Florida Keys.

  • The study authors, which included input from the DEP and researchers from the University of Florida, say the demise of the Key Largo tree cactus and the need for its removal has provided them with a better idea of what to expect as more species are impacted by the climate crisis.
Heatwave grips the globe: 2024 likely to surpass 2023 as hottest year in history: In the 12 months leading up to June, the world's average temperature was the ...
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Heatwave grips the globe: 2024 likely to surpass 2023 as hottest year in ...
Climate change: Many are tired of the topic, others are worried about this: Because of all the crises in the world, the issue of global warming is pushed into ...
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Climate change: Many are tired of the topic, others are worried about this
Von der Leyen vows support for green policies before vote: Ursula von der Leyen has vowed to not weaken Europe's efforts to tackle climate change ...
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Von der Leyen vows support for green policies before vote
Heat wave maps show deadly temperatures spreading across U.S.: Many cities are currently on track to have their hottest summers on record.
axios.com/2024/07/11/mapped-the-deadly-heat-wave-marches-on
Heat wave maps show deadly temperatures spreading across U.S.
Quick Glance: Heat Wave Maps Show Deadly Temperatures Spreading Across U.S.
  • The record-shattering heat plaguing much of the East and West shows no signs of ebbing, extending across the country and posing a significant public health threat.

  • The impact of this extreme heat is already evident, with multiple fatalities in the West and heat indices exceeding 110°F in Washington, D.C.

  • Human-caused climate change has amplified the likelihood and severity of heat waves, leading to longer-lasting and hotter summers.

  • The heat wave has broken temperature records in various cities, with rising overnight temperatures intensifying the risk of heat-related illnesses, potentially leading to the hottest summers on record for many cities.
Rich Countries Must Meet Their Biodiversity Financing Pledges | by Mary Robinson - Project Syndicate
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Rich Countries Must Meet Their Biodiversity Financing Pledges | by Mary ...
William & Mary gets $100 million to upgrade school of marine science: The Batten School of Coastal & Marine Sciences will address the increased hazards of ...
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William & Mary gets $100 million to upgrade school of marine science
Stellar winds and exoplanets: Stellar winds have a major impact on the planets within their reach and can even erode their atmospheres ...
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Stellar winds and exoplanets
Bankruptcy, basketball, and bringing the dollar down: It's Indicators of the Week! We cover the numbers in the news that you should know about. This week ...
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Bankruptcy, basketball, and bringing the dollar down
The Case for Progressive Realism: Why Britain Must Chart a New Global Course: Why Britain must chart a new global course.
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The Case for Progressive Realism: Why Britain Must Chart a New Global ...
Quick Glance: Progressive Realism Strategy for Britain's Global Role
  • The global order has shifted, requiring Britain to adapt and find a new role.

  • The Conservative Party has isolated the UK and squandered global influence.

  • A progressive realism strategy emphasizes the need for realistic goals and moral action.

  • The Labour Party is advised to seek renewed international partnerships and focus on climate diplomacy.
Melting ice: Why are the days getting longer due to climate change, Mr. Soja?: Rising temperatures slow down the rotation speed of our planet. An expert explains ...
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Melting ice: Why are the days getting longer due to climate change, Mr ...
Storm chasing has changed — a lot — since Twister: These days, anyone can follow a tornado, but you'll want to leave that to the professionals
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Storm chasing has changed — a lot — since Twister
Former Sen. Jim Inhofe, Prolific Climate Denier, Dies At 89: The longtime Oklahoma Republican leaves behind a long legacy of disinformation about the mounting ...
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Former Sen. Jim Inhofe, Prolific Climate Denier, Dies At 89
Quick Glance: James M. Inhofe, Senator and Climate Change Denier, Dies at 89
  • James M. Inhofe, a five-term Republican senator from Oklahoma and prominent denier of human-generated climate change, passed away at the age of 89.

  • Known for his hard-right stances, Inhofe was especially vocal in challenging scientific evidence of global warming.

  • Inhofe wielded influence in environmental policy, opposing regulations he deemed burdensome to businesses.

  • His political career was marked by controversial positions and decisions, including rejecting climate change evidence and supporting industry interests in politics.
Webb telescope reveals wild weather on cosmic brown dwarfs: The weather report is in for the two brown dwarfs - celestial bodies bigger than a planet but smaller ...
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Webb telescope reveals wild weather on cosmic brown dwarfs
Heat waves take growing economic toll, much of it uninsured: New types of insurance may hold promise for businesses to withstand a hotter climate.
axios.com/2024/07/16/heat-wave-rising-costs-insurance
Heat waves take growing economic toll, much of it uninsured
5 things to know for July 24: Biden speech, Secret Service, Nepal plane crash, Russian troops, Climate change
cnn.com/2024/07/24/us/5-things-to-know-for-july-24-biden-speech-secret-service-nepal-plane-crash-russian-troops-climate-change/
5 things to know for July 24: Biden speech, Secret Service ...
Is Mercury in retrograde right now? Here's what the planetary shift means for you.
usatoday.com/story/life/2024/07/09/mercury-retrograde-explained/74234307007/
Is Mercury in retrograde right now? Here's what the planetary shift means ...
Should Your Company Build an Open or Closed Ecosystem?: One of the biggest decisions companies need to make is whether they want to build in a closed ...
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Should Your Company Build an Open or Closed Ecosystem?
Hell planet: This celestial body smells like rotten eggs: 900 degrees heat, glass particle hurricanes - and the smell of rotten eggs: The planet HD 189733b ...
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Hell planet: This celestial body smells like rotten eggs
Scientific definition of a planet says it must orbit our sun: A new proposal would change that
phys.org/news/2024-07-scientific-definition-planet-orbit-sun.html
Scientific definition of a planet says it must orbit our sun: A new ...
3 surprising ways technologies are being deployed to tackle the climate crisis: From Earth observation to AI and the world’s largest plane – learn more about 3 ...
weforum.org/agenda/2024/07/how-three-innovators-are-addressing-climate-challenges/
3 surprising ways technologies are being deployed to tackle the climate ...
Republicans ask Supreme Court to pause new EPA rules limiting planet-warming pollutants
cnn.com/2024/07/23/politics/power-plant-emissions-supreme-court-republicans/
Republicans ask Supreme Court to pause new EPA rules limiting ...
Every Time You Post to Instagram, You’re Turning on a Light Bulb Forever: Even simple actions online can take a toll on the environment.
theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2024/07/how-much-data-ai-use/678908/
Every Time You Post to Instagram, You’re Turning on a Light Bulb Forever
Will the far right threaten Europe's digital future? : To move away from a technosolutionist approach, it is important to envision a future where technology ...
euronews.com/next/2024/07/11/will-the-far-right-threaten-europes-digital-future
Will the far right threaten Europe's digital future?
Cooling of the oceans: Good news from the world's oceans: For the first time in a year, the oceans are cooler than last year. Researchers puzzle over the cause ...
zeit.de/wissen/umwelt/2024-07/abkuehlung-ozeane-erderwaermung-klimawandel-hoechstwerte
Cooling of the oceans: Good news from the world's oceans
Thermonuclear blasts and new species: Inside Elon Musk’s plan to colonise Mars: SpaceX employees are working on plans for a Martian city, including dome habitats ...
straitstimes.com/world/united-states/thermonuclear-blasts-and-new-species-inside-elon-musk-s-plan-to-colonise-mars
Thermonuclear blasts and new species: Inside Elon Musk’s plan to colonise ...
Heat is deadly. Why does our culture push us to ignore it?: Our attitudes about enduring extreme heat have to evolve.
vox.com/climate/359742/extreme-heat-cultural-attitudes-endurance
Heat is deadly. Why does our culture push us to ignore it?
Quick Glance: Record-breaking heat wave shifts East after scorching West
  • The historic heat wave of the West, which produced seven consecutive days of temperatures of 115 degrees or higher in Las Vegas, is now targeting the East Coast, as forecast by meteorologists.

  • Almost 95 million people nationwide were affected by governmental heat warnings on Friday. Nearly 26 million individuals were under an excessive heat warning indicating life-threatening conditions.

  • The National Weather Service's forecast indicates that the high-pressure system that has been baking the West for most of July is likely to continue leading to more record high temperatures for much of the West through Saturday, before shifting its life-threatening temperatures eastward.

  • An active storm system is expected to generate multiple rounds of severe storms for the Northern Plains, Upper Midwest, and Great Lakes into next week. Around 7 million people are at risk of severe storms in North Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin on Saturday.
Breaking the Chains: How Oil Addiction Empowers Putin's Terror: We are pushing the planet towards mass species extinction, irreversible biodiversity loss ...
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Breaking the Chains: How Oil Addiction Empowers Putin's Terror
No Man's Sky Is Getting A Complete Universal Refresh In One Of Its Biggest Updates Ever
kotaku.com/no-man-sky-patch-5-0-free-helldivers-mechs-1851596276
No Man's Sky Is Getting A Complete Universal Refresh In One Of Its Biggest ...
Fight or Flee: Tuvalu’s residents prepare for mass displacement as nation forecast to be among first to disappear due to climate change
channelnewsasia.com/sustainability/tuvalu-pacific-islands-migration-mass-displacement-climate-change-4437421
Fight or Flee: Tuvalu’s residents prepare for mass displacement as nation ...
The Killer Stalking Sri Lanka’s Men: Climate change and contaminated water have combined to create an epidemic of kidney disease.
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The Killer Stalking Sri Lanka’s Men
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