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Without global warming the heatwave would be impossible

Without global warming the heatwave would be impossible Scorching temps that cooked Britons the previous week may have been impossible if climate change was not happening. That’s one of the key messages conveyed in a new report by the World Weather Attribution which suggests the record-breaking temperature of more than 40°C seen last week was…
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Deaths by heatwaves to triple by 2030

Deaths by heatwaves to triple by 2030 The UK has received its 1st red caution for intense weather this week with temperatures to hit record levels of 40°C in parts of the country. Deaths linked to heatwaves may be 3 times more by 2030 if the government doesn’t respond to the overheating of British homes…
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University of Surrey unveil details of solar facility with SSE

University of Surrey unveil details of solar facility with SSE: The University of Surrey has announced additional details of its new 12.2MW solar farm on its own land to the west of Guildford that will help the campus accelerate its path to net-zero. The University’s partnership with SSE Energy Solutions will boost its on-site renewable…
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Politecnico study tell how to save Mekong Delta

Politecnico study tell how to save Mekong Delta: Milan, 6 May 2022 – The Mekong Delta in Vietnam could be almost completely submerged by sea water by the end of the century if urgent action is not taken. In a paper published in the journal Science, an international research team, including the Politecnico di Milano,…
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Warmest summer listed in 2021 owing to climate change

Warmest summer listed in 2021 owing to climate change: Europe has gone through its warmest summer recorded in 2021. In accordance with the EU’s Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) which advises the temperature was 1°C higher than the 1991-2020 average. The yearly European State of the Climate report emphasises that annual sea surface temperatures in…
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Countries make pledge to stop plastic pollution globally

Countries make pledge to stop plastic pollution globally: An amount of 175 countries have signed a “historic” solution to establish an international legally binding agreement to put a halt on plastic pollution, “the most significant multilateral deal since the Paris accord”. Heads of state, environment ministers as well as additional representatives made the commitment at…
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‘Methane emissions are increasing at an alarming rate’

‘Methane emissions are increasing at an alarming rate’: Scientists from a major US environmental organisation have warned that methane concentrations in the atmosphere are rising at an alarming rate. Methane emissions are potent greenhouse gases; methane is at least 28 times more effective than carbon dioxide in trapping heat in the atmosphere. According to the…
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Plants’ ability to adapt to climate change is reduced by half as a result of animal extinction

Plants’ ability to adapt to climate change is reduced by half as a result of animal extinction: Without the help of animals in the ecosystem, plants’ ability to adapt to climate change has been cut in half. According to a new report from the Natural History Museum (NHM), the loss of large mammals such as wolves…
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2021 will be the sixth hottest year on record said NASA

2021 will be the sixth hottest year on record said NASA: According to a recent NASA analysis, last year was the sixth hottest year on record. It indicated that global average temperatures in 2021 were 0.85°C higher than the baseline period (1951-1980) used by NASA to examine how temperatures have evolved through time. The previous…
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Greenland’s ice sheet has shrunk for the 25th year in a row

Greenland’s ice sheet has shrunk for the 25th year in a row: According to new UN data, Greenland’s ice sheet has shrunk for the 25th year in a row. According to the report, the melting season was initially delayed by late and heavy snowfall in June, but was then followed by a heatwave in July,…
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