Category: Climate change

deadly-skin-disease-affecting-dolphins-linked-to-climate-change
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Dec
2020

Deadly Skin Disease Affecting Dolphins Linked To Climate ChangeDeadly Skin Disease Affecting Dolphins Linked To Climate Change

Scientists in California and Australia have discovered climate change is to blame for a deadly skin impacting dolphins for 15 years. The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California, in collaboration with Australian researchers, released a study in Scientific Reports that found decreased salinity — caused by the increase in catastrophic storms from climate change—has led […]

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12

Nov
2020

Macron Trolls Trump, Says Biden Can Help ‘Make Our Planet Great Again’Macron Trolls Trump, Says Biden Can Help ‘Make Our Planet Great Again’

November 12, 2020 2:56 PM ET French President Emmanuel Macron took a small swipe Thursday at President Donald Trump as he discussed the possibility of the United States rejoining the Paris Climate Accords.  Macron said that a President Joe Biden could help “make our planet great again,” an obvious play on Trump’s campaign slogan to […]

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Nov
2020

Climate Change Could Mean The End Of Great Tits … The BirdClimate Change Could Mean The End Of Great Tits … The Bird

Warmer winters and earlier springs could mean the end of numerous species of life on earth — including the great tit bird species, a new study showed. “When the climate changes, the interactions between different species changes too,” Emily Simmonds, an associate professor at Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s Department of Biology said. Her […]

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Oct
2020

Gallup: U.S. the Least Worried of All Rich Countries About Global WarmingGallup: U.S. the Least Worried of All Rich Countries About Global Warming

Eric Zuesse The only high-income country that’s among the 20 least-worried about global warming is the United States. According to the first-ever worldwide poll of the public’s concern about global warming, the Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll, by Gallup, in 142 countries, the following 20 nations have the world’s highest percentages of people who […]

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Jul
2020

Study: Flooding Could Cost $14.2 Trillion In Asset Loss By 2100Study: Flooding Could Cost $14.2 Trillion In Asset Loss By 2100

A recent study found that flooding could cost the planet up to $14.2 trillion in asset loss or damage by 2100. The study, published Thursday in Scientific Reports, identified flooding “hot spots” and predicted the impact of rising sea levels if “no coastal protection or adaptation” takes place. 52% of the entire global population is […]

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climate-crisis,-pandemics-and-bad-governance:-humanity’s-existential-threats
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May
2020

Climate Crisis, Pandemics and Bad Governance: Humanity’s Existential ThreatsClimate Crisis, Pandemics and Bad Governance: Humanity’s Existential Threats

Authored by Gilbert Mercier, via News Junkie Post… Since I started News Junkie Post, eleven years ago, I have, as a rule, avoided the first person narrative. In my mind, there is a simple reason for an aversion for the “me, myself, and I” type of storytelling so widespread in our culture. The first person is fine […]

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Mar
2020

Greta Thunberg Says She And Her Father Likely Had The CoronavirusGreta Thunberg Says She And Her Father Likely Had The Coronavirus

Greta Thunberg Says She And Her Father Likely Had The Coronavirus | The Daily Caller World (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images) Comments March 24, 2020 5:22 PM ET Font Size: Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg says it is “extremely likely” that she and her father contracted the coronavirus, the New York Times reported Tuesday. Thunberg […]

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