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View Article More dangerous heat waves are on the way: See the impact by Zip code. Days with dangerous heat Heat index... 8/15/2022 Washington Post - Climate and Environment Info Details
View Article Forty metres above the forest, searching for smoke Manuel Escutia was the first firefighter... 8/15/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article All systems go in Houston as NASA prepares return to Moon Rick LaBrode has worked at NASA for 37... 8/15/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Deadline looms for drought-stricken states to cut water use Banks along parts of the Colorado River... 8/15/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Geothermal heating and cooling: Renewable energy's hidden gem Often described as a giant tower of... 8/15/2022 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article Here’s How Some Species Will Survive Climate Change Digital & 4-Year Archive Hybridization... 8/15/2022 Scientific American - Climate Info Details
View Article In Los Angeles, the Grass Isn't Always Greener This Year Southern California residents are... 8/15/2022 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article Know This! #3: Basalt! Janine offers insights and well-deserved... 8/15/2022 Open Air (Carbon Capture) Info Details
View Article Many in US doubt their own impact on climate Americans are less concerned now about... 8/15/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Northeastern farmers face new challenges with severe drought Vermont farmer Brian Kemp is used to... 8/15/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article UN resuming talks on high-seas treaty amid growing concerns After four inconclusive sessions, UN... 8/15/2022 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article World leaders meet in attempt to protect oceans World leaders will meet at the UN in New... 8/14/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article How 40 million Australian mangroves were wiped out This video can not be played In 2015,... 8/14/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article Homes destroyed in Japan tropical storm This video can not be played Homes were... 8/14/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article 500 more UK wildfires this year than all of 2021 • There have been 745 wildfires in the... 8/14/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article Rare purple heron photographed at nature reserve A rare purple heron has been spotted by... 8/14/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article 'We are waiting for rain, for winter, for God' Text and photographs by Joel Gunterin... 8/14/2022 BBC Info Details
View Article 110 Years Ago Today Can’t say we weren’t warned.... 8/14/2022 Climate Crocks Info Details
View Article 2022 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #32 The following articles sparked above... 8/14/2022 Skeptical Science Info Details
View Article Are EVs really better for the climate? Electric vehicles are rapidly growing in... 8/14/2022 Just Have A Think Info Details

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Washington Post - Climate and Environment

Days with dangerous heat Heat index ≥100°F > 90 days 0 35 70 2023 2053 Days with dangerous heat Heat index ≥100°F 0 >90 days 35 70 2023 2053 Days with dangerous heat Heat index ≥100°F 0 35 70 >90 days 2023 2053 Wash. Mont. N.D. Maine Minn. Ore. Vt. Idaho N.H. Mass. N.Y. S.D....

Date Added:August 15, 2022

Manuel Escutia was the first firefighter to set eyes on the blaze that consumed 14,000 hectares of southern France in July. When he saw it, from his perch 40m (131ft) above the forest, it was a small cloud of black smoke rising from the trees about 5km away. Escutia had just done a circuit of...

Author:Joel Gunterin Gironde, France
Date Added:August 15, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Rick LaBrode has worked at NASA for 37 years, but he says the American quest to return to the Moon is by far the crowning moment of his career. LaBrode is the lead flight director for Artemis 1, set to take off later this month - the first time a capsule that can carry humans will be sent to the...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Banks along parts of the Colorado River where water once streamed are now just caked mud and rock as climate change makes the Western U.S. hotter and drier. More than two decades of drought have done little to deter the region from diverting more water than flows through it, depleting key...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

Skeptical Science

Often described as a giant tower of Jenga blocks, Boston University’s Center for Computing and Data Sciences shows no outward signs of leading the race to sustainable energy design. No rooftop wind turbines grace its heights; no solar panels are mounted on the multiple roof decks jutting...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

Scientific American - Climate

Digital & 4-Year Archive Hybridization isn’t as rare as you think, and it’s a tactic some animals can use to weather global warming Every middle-school student learns the dogma: a species is defined as a group of organisms that interbreed and produce fertile young. When individual...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

New York Times - Climate Section

Southern California residents are beginning to accept that lush lawns are unsustainable when reservoirs and rivers run low in a drought era. Erin Brockovich’s artificial turf next to her neighbor’s real grass.Credit...Mark Abramson for The New York Times AGOURA HILLS, Calif. - Erin Brockovich...

Author:Jill Cowan
Date Added:August 15, 2022

Open Air (Carbon Capture)

Janine offers insights and well-deserved praise for BASALT, the extraordinary, ready-to-go geological storage option sitting right under the world's feet.\n\nProduced by OpenAir - https://openaircollective.cc/\n\nPick up your own I [ ] Basalt t-shirt (designed by OpenAir member Chris Donnelly)...

Author:OpenAir
Date Added:August 15, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Americans are less concerned now about how climate change might impact them personally - and about how their personal choices affect the climate - than they were three years ago, a new poll shows, even as a wide majority still believe climate change is happening. The June Associated Press-NORC...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Vermont farmer Brian Kemp is used to seeing the pastures at Mountain Meadows Farm grow slower in the hot, late summer, but this year the grass is at a standstill. That's "very nerve-wracking" when you're grazing 600 to 700 cattle, said Kemp, who manages an organic beef farm in Sudbury. He...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

PHYS.ORG - Earth

After four inconclusive sessions, UN member states on Monday resume talks aimed at finally completing a treaty to protect the world's high seas, a vital yet fragile resource that covers nearly half the planet. A host of NGOs and affected countries say the pact is urgently needed to improve...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

World leaders will meet at the UN in New York later for more talks to save the world's oceans from overexploitation. The UN High Seas Treaty has been through 10 years of negotiations but has yet to be signed. If agreed, it would put 30% of the world's oceans into conservation areas by...

Author:Esme StallardBBC News Climate & Science
Date Added:August 15, 2022

This video can not be played In 2015, about 10% of Australia's vast mangrove forests in the Gulf of Carpentaria mysteriously died. Scientists have now figured out the cause - and warn the forests may struggle to recover in a changing climate. Video by Isabelle Rodd How 40 million Australian...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

This video can not be played Homes were destroyed, trains delayed and flights cancelled as Tropical Storm Meari swept over parts of central Japan. Aerial footage showed the extent of the damage to community infrastructure - which prompted a major clean-up operation. Some areas saw 50% more rain...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

• There have been 745 wildfires in the UK so far this year - up from 247 in the whole of 2021 • Fire chief Mark Hardingham told the BBC there had been 150 large fires in the last week alone • A wildfire is classified as being large enough to cover an area the size of at least two-and-a-half...

Author:James GregoryBBC News
Date Added:August 15, 2022

A rare purple heron has been spotted by a birdwatcher at a Derbyshire nature reserve. Ian Elliott said he was "chuffed to bits" to see the juvenile bird at Willington Wetlands on Thursday evening. The RSPB said purple herons were usually sighted in southern Europe and some parts of northern...

Author:Amy PhippsBBC News, East Midlands
Date Added:August 15, 2022

Text and photographs by Joel Gunterin Gironde, France Hervé Trentin, a 34-year veteran of the Gironde fire department, stood on the edge of a charred section of forest wiping tears from his cheeks. It was the second time he had cried that morning. "I'm sorry," he said, composing himself....

Date Added:August 15, 2022

Climate Crocks

Can’t say we weren’t warned. Yeah – seems a spot on warning report (all for thruppence or 10 shillings a year), though not a big audience in those rural parts of N.Z , so one hundred and ten years later on we are beginning to realize that those early warning were close to the...

Date Added:August 15, 2022

Skeptical Science

The following articles sparked above average interest during the week (bolded articles are from SkS authors): Electrifying transportation reduces emissions AND saves massive amounts of energy, The things we take for granted, Why the climate change deniers’ argument that “CO2 is...

Date Added:August 14, 2022

Just Have A Think

Electric vehicles are rapidly growing in popularity as the number of different options has increased dramatically over the last couple of years and prices are beginning to move towards parity with internal combustion engine cars. But once all the carbon costs of extracting, processing and...

Author:Just Have a Think
Date Added:August 15, 2022