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Animal populations worldwide have declined nearly 70% in just 50 years, new report says - CBS News

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World Wildlife Fund says species in Latin America and the Caribbean were disproportionately affected, declining 94% on average — and humans are to blame.

Humans exploiting and destroying nature on unprecedented scale – report | Environment | The Guardian

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Submitted 13 day(s) ago by system

Animal populations have plunged an average of 68% since 1970, as humanity pushes the planet’s life support systems to the edge

Climate Scientist Is Claimed by Ice Melt

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Submitted 39 day(s) ago by system

He was a renowned climate scientist who spent his life studying melting ice in the Arctic and warning the world about the consequences. And it was those very dangers that claimed the life of Konrad Steffen,... Science News Summaries. | Newser

Satellite Study Reveals Wide Scale of Melting Ice Shelves in Antarctica - WSJ

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Submitted 44 day(s) ago by system

The ice that hangs off the edge of Antarctica and floats on the ocean is melting faster than it is being replenished, even in pockets of East Antarctica typically thought to be less vulnerable to climate change, according to a new study.

Amazon’s Carbon Footprint Grew 15 Percent Last Year Despite Green Pledges | Technology News

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Submitted 91 day(s) ago by system

Amazon said Tuesday that its carbon footprint rose 15 percent last year, even as it launched initiatives to reduce its harm on the environment.

Climate change is causing Antarctica's snow to turn green, study says - CBS News

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Submitted 124 day(s) ago by system

As the climate warms, scientists expect more and more of the snowy desert to turn bright green.

Climate change leading to an increase of green snow in Antarctica - CNN

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Submitted 125 day(s) ago by system

Green snow created by blooming algae in the Antarctic Peninsula is likely to spread as temperatures increase as a result of climate change, researchers have said, after creating the first large-scale map of the organisms and their movements.

Angus Taylor's 'tech, not taxes' approach is likely to create more problems than it solves | Ketan Joshi | Opinion | The Guardian

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Submitted 127 day(s) ago by system

It shifts the focus away from cheap, effective emissions reductions and towards expensive, ineffective measures

Ocean levels could rise as much as 4.2 feet by 2100 if global emissions targets are not achieved | Daily Mail Online

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Submitted 135 day(s) ago by system

A high-emission future could see the planet on track for 16.4 feet (5 metres) of average sea level rise by the year 2300 - exceeding International Panel on Climate Change projections.

Net Zero mania threatens to derail our lockdown recovery

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Submitted 140 day(s) ago by system

When economies emerge from the pandemic, aggressive climate policies should be the priority, according to Dominic Raab, the foreign secretary and Boris Johnson’s deputy.

Satellites reveal clearest picture of ice-melting in Antarctica | The Independent

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Submitted 142 day(s) ago by system

NASA satellites have provided more data than ever before on what has been happening to Antarctica and Greenland's ice over the past 16 years with dire, if not entirely unexpected, findings. Both polar ice sheets are losing billions of tonnes of ice every year and adding to sea-level rise. 

Florida Aquarium's latest discovery may help save the continental United States' only coral barrier reef from extinction - CBS News

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Submitted 153 day(s) ago by system

Much of the coral in the 10,000-year-old Florida reef has been lost due to climate change, disease and pollution — now scientists may have a way to help save it.

How The World’s Deepest Point On Land Could Raise Global Sea Levels

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Submitted 181 day(s) ago by system

Denman Glacier in East Antarctica has retreated three miles over a 22-year period, but researchers are concerned that its demise could just be beginning and a total meltdown would cause global sea levels to rise a whopping 5 feet (1.5 m).

Geologist think Earth could have been a water world - Big Think

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Submitted 203 day(s) ago by noklpopl

In Waterworld, climate change melts the polar ice caps to drown Earth's continents in water. That's impossible, but a new study proposes Earth was once covered by a global ocean. Researchers found evidence that few to no landmasses existed 3.2 billion years ago. This suggests life emerged in the ocean, not freshwater ecosystems on land.

New Study Finds Data Centres Not as Harmful to the Planet as Earlier Thought | Technology News

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Submitted 205 day(s) ago by noklpopl

Data centre do not use so much energy as thought earlier, a new study titled “Recalibrating global data center energy-use estimates” found out.

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