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View Article Hurricane Sally expected to bring historic flooding to Mississippi,... Hurricane Sally weakened overnight to a... 10/15/2020 Yale Climate Connections - Weather Info Details
View Articles* New freshwater database tells water quality story for 12K lakes... Although less than one per cent of all... 9/22/2020 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Articles* Enormous California Wildfire Threatens Homes Near Mojave Desert LOS ANGELES (AP) - An enormous wildfire... 9/22/2020 Huffington Post Info Details
View Articles* Tropical Storm Beta Becomes 9th Named Storm To Make Landfall In U.S.... HOUSTON (AP) - Tropical Storm Beta made... 9/22/2020 Huffington Post Info Details
View Articles* Bringing the Ocean's Midnight Zone Into the Light The Monterey Bay Aquarium has learned... 9/22/2020 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Articles* Charging ahead: Tesla teases big news on 'Battery Day' Tesla chief Elon Musk has promised... 9/22/2020 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Countryside improvements fund 'could be raided' Cash will be diverted away from... 9/22/2020 BBC Info Details
View Article Democratic Donors Push Biden for a Cabinet Free of Fossil Fuel... A group of more than 60 donors is urging... 9/22/2020 New York Times - Climate Forward Info Details
View Articles* Evolution of radio-resistance is more complicated than previously... The toughest organisms on Earth, called... 9/22/2020 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Facebook aims to fight climate misinformation and reach net zero... Following years of criticism for its... 9/22/2020 Greenbiz Info Details
View Article Here are 5 ways companies can clean up the air A smokestack in Spain. Outdoor air... 9/22/2020 Greenbiz Info Details
View Articles* How to make a net-zero pledge that actually means something The past year has seen an explosion in... 9/22/2020 Grist Climate and Energy Info Details
View Articles* NASA plans for return to Moon to cost $28 billion NASA on Monday revealed its latest plan... 9/22/2020 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Nasa releases plan for Moon return by 2024 As part of a programme called Artemis,... 9/22/2020 BBC Info Details
View Article Rescue Effort Is Underway After Hundreds of Whales Beach Off Tasmania About 270 pilot whales became stranded... 9/22/2020 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article We Made Wildfire an Enemy for 110 Years. It Could Have Been an Ally. Starting with the Big Blowup of 1910,... 9/22/2020 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Articles* Why did the world’s biggest business lobby endorse 23 climate... Historically, the U.S. Chamber of... 9/22/2020 Grist Climate and Energy Info Details
View Article Why does land warm up faster than the oceans? Last year, global temperatures were... 9/22/2020 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article Wild maple trees 'in serious need of conservation' Known for the vivid colour of their... 9/22/2020 BBC Info Details
View Article 4 Questions Going Into Tesla's Battery Day Leave it to Elon Musk to turn battery... 9/21/2020 Green Tech Media Info Details

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Yale Climate Connections - Weather

Hurricane Sally expected to bring historic flooding to Mississippi, Alabama, Florida Panhandle

Hurricane Sally weakened overnight to a category 1 hurricane with 85 mph winds, but the slow-moving storm is expected to bring historic flooding to the coasts of Mississippi, Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle on Tuesday through Thursday. A widespread area of 10 – 20 inches of rain is...

Date Added:September 16, 2020

PHYS.ORG - Earth

New freshwater database tells water quality story for 12K lakes globally

Although less than one per cent of all water in the world is freshwater, it is what we drink and use for agriculture. In other words, it's vital to human survival. York University researchers have just created a publicly available water quality database for close to 12,000 freshwater lakes...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

Huffington Post

LOS ANGELES (AP) - An enormous wildfire that churned through mountains northeast of Los Angeles and into the Mojave Desert was still threatening homes on Monday and was one of more than two dozen major fires burning across California. Five of the largest wildfires in state history are currently...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

Huffington Post

Tropical Storm Beta Becomes 9th Named Storm To Make Landfall In U.S. This Year

HOUSTON (AP) - Tropical Storm Beta made landfall on the upper Texas coast late Monday night. The storm made landfall about 5 miles north of Port O’Connor, Texas, with maximum winds of 45 mph, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. Its winds weakened as it made its way to shore over several...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

New York Times - Climate Section

The Monterey Bay Aquarium has learned how to raise the deepest sea life to the surface and keep it alive for display. Tommy Knowles, a senior aquarist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, used a red light to illuminate a pair of larvaceans collected from the deep sea earlier that...

Author:Annie Roth
Date Added:September 22, 2020

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Tesla chief Elon Musk has promised "insane" battery news at a streamed event after the company's annual shareholders' meeting on Tuesday. Speculation includes that Tesla will announce it has come up with ways to pack more energy into battery cells, slash production cost and dramatically extend...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

Cash will be diverted away from ambitious conservation projects and towards protecting farm businesses. Cash will be diverted away from ambitious conservation projects and towards protecting farm businesses. The government previously promised that the £3bn currently paid to farms under EU...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

New York Times - Climate Forward

Democratic Donors Push Biden for a Cabinet Free of Fossil Fuel Connections - The New York Times

A group of more than 60 donors is urging Joe Biden to renounce advisers with ties to the fossil fuel industry. WASHINGTON - Liberal activists have opened a new front in their battle to push Joseph R. Biden Jr. to the left on climate change: a campaign to pressure the Democratic presidential...

Author:Lisa Friedman and Thomas Kaplan
Date Added:September 22, 2020

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Evolution of radio-resistance is more complicated than previously thought

The toughest organisms on Earth, called extremophiles, can survive extreme conditions like extreme dryness (desiccation), extreme cold, space vacuum, acid, or even high-level radiation. So far, the toughest of all seems to be the bacterium Deinococcus radiodurans - able to survive doses of...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

Facebook aims to fight climate misinformation and reach net zero emissions by 2030

Following years of criticism for its part in the spread of climate misinformation, Facebook has announced plans for a new virtual Climate Science Information Center that will connect its users to up-to-date science-based climate information. The Climate Science Information Center initially will...

Author:Cecilia Keating
Date Added:September 22, 2020

A smokestack in Spain. Outdoor air pollution has a substantial impact on health, mainly from breathing pollutants and small particulate matter (often referred to as PM2.5) that travel deep into the lungs. These invisible, harmful particles can cause cardiovascular and respiratory disease and...

Author:Roderick Weller & Eleni Michalopoulou
Date Added:September 22, 2020

Grist Climate and Energy

The past year has seen an explosion in the number of companies announcing they are now “net-zero” or “carbon neutral,” or at least plan to be in the next 30 years. Unilever, Uber, and Facebook are just a few of the recent additions to the club, and even major oil companies like BP and Shell say...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

PHYS.ORG - Earth

NASA on Monday revealed its latest plan to return astronauts to the Moon in 2024, and estimated the cost of meeting that deadline at $28 billion, $16 billion of which would be spent on the lunar landing module. Congress, which faces elections on November 3, will have to sign off on the financing...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

As part of a programme called Artemis, Nasa will send a man and a woman to the lunar surface in the first landing with humans since 1972. But the agency's timeline is contingent on Congress releasing $3.2bn for building a landing system. Astronauts will travel in an Apollo-like capsule called...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

New York Times - Climate Section

About 270 pilot whales became stranded on the west coast of the island state in Australia. Rescuers estimate that a third of them have already died. DARWIN, Australia - They may have taken a wrong turn, chased their prey into shallow waters, or blindly followed a dying matriarch who intended to...

Author:Livia Albeck-Ripka
Date Added:September 22, 2020

New York Times - Climate Section

Starting with the Big Blowup of 1910, the U.S. Forest Service’s strategy mostly has been to put out fires as fast as possible. With climate change and shifting populations, we’re losing that war. In the story of American wildfire, no year has proved more pivotal than 1910. That August, what...

Author:Philip Connors
Date Added:September 22, 2020

Grist Climate and Energy

Why did the world’s biggest business lobby endorse 23 climate candidates?

Historically, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has not been a friend to climate activists. The world’s largest pro-business lobbying group has pushed against clean air and water regulations, criticized the Kyoto Protocol as “bad for the American economy, American workers, and American families,” and...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

Skeptical Science

Last year, global temperatures were 0.95C warmer than the 20th century average. Human activity is responsible for around 100% of this warming. Last year, global temperatures were 0.95C warmer than the 20th century average. Human activity is responsible for around 100% of this warming. Delving a...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

Known for the vivid colour of their autumn leaves, the trees are popular in parks and gardens. Known for the vivid colour of their autumn leaves, the trees are popular in parks and gardens. But in their natural habitats, they face a myriad of threats, including unsustainable logging, climate...

Date Added:September 22, 2020

Green Tech Media

Leave it to Elon Musk to turn battery chemistry into a viral phenomenon.Musk teased a forthcoming “Battery Day” during Tesla’s second quarter earnings call. He noted that "cell production at an affordable price" is the key limitation on Tesla's growth. But that was about it for...

Date Added:September 22, 2020