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View Article Lightning wrecks roofs as heatwave ends in storms Lightning has damaged homes in Hampshire... 7/24/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article At least 110 killed after monsoon floods in India At least 110 people have been killed in... 7/24/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article As the climate crisis deepens the UK’s attitude to summer starts to... Season now has a health warning and... 7/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Storm warning for campsites and caravans Holidaymakers travelling this weekend... 7/24/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article 'The air is toxic': how an idyllic California lake became a nightmare The shrinking Salton Sea was once a... 7/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article 6.7-magnitude quake hits Philippines: USGS A strong earthquake shook the... 7/24/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Artificial intelligence helps improve NASA's eyes on the Sun A group of researchers is using... 7/24/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Baby orca dies in New Zealand after fruitless search for mother Toa, the baby orca who captured hearts... 7/24/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article COP26 will be most important summit ever, but the UK’s leadership is... From fossil fuels to carbon offsetting,... 7/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article Electric vehicle maker Rivian raises another $2.5 bn Electric vehicle maker Rivian on Friday... 7/24/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Image: Hubble views a faraway galaxy through a cosmic lens The center of this image from the... 7/24/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Katharine Murphy on politics If Scott Morrison is inclined to execute... 7/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article NASA selects SpaceX for mission to Jupiter moon Europa NASA on Friday said it had selected... 7/24/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article The Guardian view on the climate summit: 100 days to save the world Floods, fires and droughts show the... 7/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article US set for punishing temperatures as huge 'heat dome’ to settle over... Heatwave to next week roast areas... 7/24/2021 Guardian - Climate Change Info Details
View Article California Could Cut Off Water From Thousands Of Farmers In Historic... SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California... 7/23/2021 Huffington Post Info Details
View Article Lost baby orca dies after failed search for mother A baby orca found stranded in New... 7/23/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Can foreign venture capitalists make decent money from India’s tech... IN FINANCE there are numbers people and... 7/23/2021 Economist Info Details
View Article Japan Inc wants to become a hydrogen superpower IN 2016 TOKYO’S then governor, Masuzoe... 7/23/2021 Economist Info Details
View Article Mixed messages The anatomy of a growth scare SO MUCH IS unfamiliar about the pandemic... 7/23/2021 Economist Info Details

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Lightning has damaged homes in Hampshire and severe weather warnings are in place as the heatwave gives way to thunderstorms and torrential rain. Two women escaped unharmed after a pair of houses in Andover were partially destroyed in the early hours. The Met Office issued a yellow alert for...

Author:Victoria LindreaBBC News
Date Added:July 24, 2021

At least 110 people have been killed in landslides and flooding triggered by heavy rains in the western Indian state of Maharashtra. The rains overwhelmed hundreds of villages, sweeping away houses and leaving residents stranded. Rescue crews have been racing to evacuate survivors but many...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

As the climate crisis deepens the UK’s attitude to summer starts to shift

Season now has a health warning and people may lose associations of joy, relaxation and celebration Beware summer! The season we used to anticipate as the lightest, brightest, balmiest time of the year now comes with a health warning. For the first time in the UK, the Met Office issued an...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

Holidaymakers travelling this weekend have been warned to expect flooding, thunderstorms and 55mph gusts of wind. The Met Office issued a yellow warning for Saturday - with heavy rain likely to cause some disruption across the southern half of England and Wales. Campsites may face high winds...

Author:Joseph LeeBBC News
Date Added:July 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

The shrinking Salton Sea was once a tourist destination. Now it’s home to dangerous algal blooms, endless dust and noxious air Just to be safe, Noemí Vázquez keeps inhalers in almost every room of her house. She stashes them in her kitchen cupboard, a couple in her purse, one in the bathroom,...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

A strong earthquake shook the Philippines on Saturday, the US Geological Survey reported, but it was deep, and local authorities said they did not expect damage. The 6.7-magnitude quake struck off the main island of Luzon at 4:48 am (2048 GMT) at a depth of 112 kilometres (70 miles), USGS said....

Date Added:July 24, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

A group of researchers is using artificial intelligence techniques to calibrate some of NASA's images of the Sun, helping improve the data that scientists use for solar research. The new technique was published in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics on April 13, 2021. A solar telescope has a...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Toa, the baby orca who captured hearts after he was found stranded in New Zealand waters, has lost his fight for survival, conservationists confirmed Saturday. The killer whale, less than 2.5 metres (eight feet) long and believed to be four to six months old, became front-page news when he...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

COP26 will be most important summit ever, but the UK’s leadership is already falling short

From fossil fuels to carbon offsetting, the British government must practise what it preaches if it is to inspire others to step up This summer alone has seen scorching heat domes smother parts of the US and Canada with record temperatures, and blistering heatwaves sweep across Pakistan....

Date Added:July 24, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Electric vehicle maker Rivian on Friday said it has raised another $2.5 billion from backers including Amazon's Climate Pledge Fund as it gears up to bring a pickup truck to market. The US startup has raised about $10.5 billion to date, and did not disclose the company's valuation in its latest...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

The center of this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope is framed by the tell-tale arcs that result from strong gravitational lensing, a striking astronomical phenomenon which can warp, magnify, or even duplicate the appearance of distant galaxies. Gravitational lensing occurs when...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

If Scott Morrison is inclined to execute the pivot he’s spent months telegraphing – towards net zero by 2050 – a report out this week contains some helpful fodder With 14 million people in lockdown and the news in Sydney going from bad to worse, and with Scott Morrison steadfastly avoiding an...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

NASA on Friday said it had selected SpaceX to launch a planned voyage to Jupiter's icy moon Europa, a huge win for Elon Musk's company as it sets its sights deeper into the solar system. The Europa Clipper mission will launch in October 2024 on a Falcon Heavy rocket from the Kennedy Space Center...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

Floods, fires and droughts show the global urgency. But the prospects are not looking good for the COP26 conference The global reality of the climate crisis could hardly be more stark. A common theme is clear, from western Germany, where about 200 people perished in floods, to Henan province in...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

Guardian - Climate Change

US set for punishing temperatures as huge 'heat dome’ to settle over country

Heatwave to next week roast areas already gripped by severe drought, plunging reservoirs and wildfires The most extensive heatwave of a scorching summer is set to descend upon much of America in the coming week, further roasting areas already gripped by severe drought, plunging reservoirs and...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

Huffington Post

California Could Cut Off Water From Thousands Of Farmers In Historic Drought

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California regulators are planning to stop thousands of farmers from taking water out of the state’s major rivers and streams because of a worsening drought. The Sacramento Bee reported that the State Water Resources Control Board will vote on the “emergency...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

A baby orca found stranded in New Zealand has died, after a huge effort to reunite him with his mother failed. The killer whale - named Toa - washed ashore near the capital Wellington 10 days ago, prompting a desperate search to find his family in nearby waters. Believed to be two to six months...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

Can foreign venture capitalists make decent money from India’s tech scene? | The Economist

IN FINANCE there are numbers people and stories people. Quants are archetypal numbers people: they only buy securities that fit statistical criteria. Venture capitalists are stories people. They have to be. They provide finance to technology startups that may have great potential but do not - or...

Date Added:July 22, 2021

IN 2016 TOKYO’S then governor, Masuzoe Yoichi, predicted that the Olympics the Japanese capital was to host in 2020 would “leave a hydrogen society as its legacy”, just as the 1964 Tokyo games left the Shinkansen bullet trains. Later that year Mr Masuzoe resigned over an expenses scandal. But as...

Date Added:July 24, 2021

SO MUCH IS unfamiliar about the pandemic that it has never been easy to make sense of what is going on. Yet in recent days uncertainty has gone into overdrive. Stockmarkets are volatile; uncertainty about the path of inflation and labour markets is high. The fate of the economic recovery seems...

Date Added:July 22, 2021