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View Article Coronavirus: Balmoral Show cancelled for 2020 - BBC News Northern Ireland's largest agricultural... 5/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Temperature scans in, 767s out for Air Canada, Rouge –... The Business of Passenger Experience 5... 6/30/2020 paxex.a Info Details
View Article World Environment Day 2020: MIT study highlights ill-effects of ... World Environment Day 2020: MIT study... 6/5/2020 Google- KeyTopics Info Details
View Article Aerosol radiative forcing leads to heating rates to 0.13 C per day in... The atmospheric aerosols play a key role... 6/5/2020 Google- KeyTopics Info Details
View Article The world must seize this opportunity to meet the climate challenge We are currently in the midst of the... 6/5/2020 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article The Atlantic hurricane season just started. It's already breaking... As you read this, the third named storm... 6/5/2020 Grist Climate and Energy Info Details
View Article Deforestation, 22 Polluted Indian Cities & August 22... As the planet struggles to come to terms... 6/5/2020 Google- KeyTopics Info Details
View Articles* Tipping point: Tories calling for changes to fly-tipping laws that... Calls have been made to change "unjust"... 6/5/2020 Google- KeyTopics Info Details
View Article Delay to climate talks deepens uncertainty over future of carbon... Project developers in poor countries are... 6/5/2020 Climate Change News - Politics Info Details
View Article Drought forces Indonesian farmers to learn new skills – in pictures As crops fail, farmers on Sumba island... 6/5/2020 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Episode 223: Climate action and racial justice must converge, urban... Commentary on this week's news... 6/5/2020 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article EU climate network confirms warmest May on record Temperatures soared 10C above average... 6/5/2020 Google- KeyTopics Info Details
View Article Global Warming Drawers Market 2020 Detailed Analysis ... Global Warming Drawers Market 2020 by... 6/5/2020 Google- KeyTopics Info Details
View Article Heat-trapping carbon dioxide in air hits new record high The world hit another new record high... 6/5/2020 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article How racism manifests itself in clean energy As our institutions strain under the... 6/5/2020 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Minneapolis Launched a Groundbreaking Climate Plan, But Left... Experts and affected communities say... 6/5/2020 Scientific American - Climate Info Details
View Article Participation at Bonn climate talks could be limited to prevent... Observers called for transparency and... 6/5/2020 Climate Change News - Politics Info Details
View Article Terengganu must answer for deforestation TODAY is World Environment Day, with... 6/5/2020 Google- KeyTopics Info Details
View Article The History of Climate Science The fact that carbon dioxide is a... 6/5/2020 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article Weird weather: Can computers solve UK puzzle? Prof Tim Palmer from Oxford University... 6/4/2020 BBC Info Details

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Northern Ireland's largest agricultural event, the Balmoral Show, has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The event, which was to be held in May, had previously been postponed until August. Organisers, the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS), said it tried to explore "all...

Date Added:April 28, 2020

Temperature scans in, 767s out for Air Canada, Rouge – PaxEx.Aero

The Business of Passenger Experience 5 May 2020 By Seth Miller 5 Comments Passengers traveling on Air Canada will be subject to a thermal temperature scan for all flights beginning next week. The move, along with requiring passenger face coverings and blocking middle seats from sale, aims to...

Date Added:May 5, 2020

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World Environment Day 2020: MIT study highlights ill-effects of reflecting sunlight! Global warming is real and it is happening. But how can we tackle this? Some scientists were exploring methods to protect the Earth from a part of the Sun, by sending reflective aerosols into the stratosphere so...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

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Aerosol radiative forcing leads to heating rates to 0.13 C per day in trans-Himalayas

The atmospheric aerosols play a key role in the regional/global climate system through scattering and absorption of incoming solar radiation and by modifying the cloud microphysics. Despite the large progress in quantifying the impact of different aerosols on radiative forcing, it still remains...

Author:Kate Chappell KINGSTON, June 5 Thomson Reuters Foundation - The death of a mentally ill woman shot in her home by Jamaicas security forces has reignited a debate about the treatment of residents in the nations poorest inner-city communit...
Date Added:June 5, 2020

Guardian - Energy

We are currently in the midst of the most severe macroeconomic shock since the second world war. The disruption to our daily lives and subsequent impact on our economies has been enormous. We are seeing first-hand that a collective response is needed to defeat a common enemy, as authorities...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

Grist Climate and Energy

The Atlantic hurricane season just started. It's already breaking records.

As you read this, the third named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, which officially started on June 1, is churning its way across southern Mexico. Meteorologists expect it to soon head northward, where it could gather strength over the warm, open waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It’s...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

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Deforestation, 22 Polluted Indian Cities & August 22 ‘Doomsday’: 6 Alarming Facts About The World We Live In - Earth Struggles To Breathe | The Economic Times

As the planet struggles to come to terms with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, there has been a respite of sorts, for Mother Nature. . With clearer skies, clean water bodies, it looked like the environment was healing.However, a closer look at the statistics show that the positive effects of the...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

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Tipping point: Tories calling for changes to fly-tipping laws that leave farmers liable for cost - The Courier

Calls have been made to change "unjust" laws that leave farmers liable for clearing rubbish dumped on their land. Landowners will only be compensated for the costs of removing waste from their property if those responsible are identified, under current legislation. Scottish Conservative MSP...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

Climate Change News - Politics

Delay to climate talks deepens uncertainty over future of carbon markets

Project developers in poor countries are struggling to attract finance, as deadlock on international carbon trading rules cannot be resolved before November 2021 A woman in Bangladesh usi bio gas for cooking. Projects developed through carbon markets include rolling out efficient coockstoves to...

Author:Chloé Farand
Date Added:June 5, 2020

Guardian - Climate Change

As crops fail, farmers on Sumba island are weaving and fishing to make a living All photographs by Willy Kurniawan/Reuters. Selected by Natasha Rees-Bloor

Date Added:June 5, 2020

Episode 223: Climate action and racial justice must converge, urban forest credits

Commentary on this week's news highlights begins at 13:00. The quest for net-positive buildings (22:35) The pressure for companies and cities to consider the climate crisis - and the associated risks - in post-COVID 19 recovery strategies is increasing. How feasible are net-positive buildings,...

Author:Heather Clancy & Joel Makower
Date Added:June 5, 2020

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Temperatures soared 10C above average last month in Siberia, home to much of the Earth's permafrost, as the world experienced its hottest May on record. The Copernicus Climate Change Service, which acts as the European Union's climate monitoring network, said May 2020 was 0.68C warmer...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

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Global Warming Drawers Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 is an analysis from Researchstore.biz is based on past information and future opportunities in the global market. The report covers many aspects of the industry like the market size, market...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

PHYS.ORG - Earth

The world hit another new record high for heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, despite reduced emissions because of the coronavirus pandemic, scientists announced Thursday. Measurements of carbon dioxide, the chief human-caused greenhouse gas, averaged as much 17% in April, it was a...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

As our institutions strain under the uprising in cities across the country, I’ve been struggling to comprehend the depth of racism in America. I understand why these moments of police violence, the senseless destruction of black bodies caught on tape, would spark a fire that rages across this...

Author:Sarah Golden
Date Added:June 5, 2020

Scientific American - Climate

Minneapolis Launched a Groundbreaking Climate Plan, But Left Minorities Out

Experts and affected communities say environmental justice must be a key component of efforts to address climate change MINNEAPOLIS- Seven years ago, this city leapt to the front of the urban climate movement when it adopted an action plan for global warming. Hailed by environmentalists,...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

Climate Change News - Politics

Participation at Bonn climate talks could be limited to prevent coronavirus outbreak

Observers called for transparency and inclusion to be maintained at talks in Bonn, provisionally planned for October, when physical distancing measures could apply Negotiators huddle during UN climate talks in Madrid, Spain, in December last year (Photo: IISD/ENB - Kiara Worth) Participation in...

Author:Chloé Farand
Date Added:June 5, 2020

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TODAY is World Environment Day, with this year’s theme being “biodiversity”. Malaysia is one of the 17 mega-biodiverse countries in the world, and Terengganu is a state known for its natural beauty and mesmerising wildlife. However, the Terengganu branch of the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS)...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

Skeptical Science

The fact that carbon dioxide is a 'greenhouse gas' - a gas that prevents a certain amount of heat radiation escaping back to space and thus maintains a generally warm climate on Earth, goes back to an idea that was first conceived, though not specifically with respect to CO2, nearly 200 years...

Date Added:June 5, 2020

Prof Tim Palmer from Oxford University said there were still too many unknowns in climate forecasting. And in the month the SpaceX launch grabbed headlines, he said just one of the firm's billions could transform climate modelling. Short-term weather forecasting is generally very accurate. And...

Date Added:June 5, 2020