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  • Little-Known Microbes Could Be an Early Warning Signal of Climate Tipping Point
    Increased heat levels might drive oceanic plankton and other unicellular organisms toward a carbon threshold, which could potentially exacerbate global warming. However, recent studies suggest......
    Fonte: SciTech Daily by Duke University
  • Lighting Industry gears for growth in remanufacturing
    More and more lighting manufacturers are adding reconditioning to their business model, and FM companies have an opportunity to get involved. New standards and regulations are coming into force. Now is the time for all to embrace the drive to truly sustainable lighting. Nigel Harvey, Chief Executive of Recolight outlines...
    Fonte: Giornale della gestione delle strutture di Sarah OBeirne
  • Three climate technologies every investor should have in their portfolio
    There’s no way to create a definitive list of climate technologies to invest in, but here are three areas that deserve a closer look. Three climate technologies every investor should have in their portfolio by Tim De Chant originally published on TechCrunch...
    Fonte: TechCrunch by Tim De Chant
  • 1 in 5 people are likely to live in dangerously hot climates by 2100
    A man dumps water on his head from a Municipal Water Tanker to cool himself outside a slum cluster on a hot summer day in New Delhi, India on May 23, 2023. Kabir Jhangiani/NurPhoto via Getty ImagesMost people live with a mean annual temperature of 55 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit....
    Fonte: Popular Science: Popular Science by Kristoffer Tigue/Inside Climate News
  • We Asked a NASA Scientist: Why is Sea Level Rising?
    Why is sea level rising? So on global scales, sea level is rising really because of our warming climate. There’s two main factors causing sea......
    Fonte: SciTech Daily by NASA
  • Plant-covered roofs could help chill Brazil’s heat-stricken favelas
    Favela do Alemao in Rio de Janeiro. Low-income urban communities like these tend to lack greenery and are more likely to face extreme heat than their wealthier or more rural counterparts. Ratao Diniz/Brazil Photos/LightRocket via Getty ImagesHow one group in Rio de Janeiro teamed up with researchers to adapt green...
    Fonte: Popular Science: Popular Science by Jill Langlois/Undark
  • A fake climate change theory is going viral on TikTok after Joe Rogan talked abo...
    Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge A made-up global warming theory discussed in the Joe Rogan Experience podcast is spreading on TikTok despite the platform’s new policy against climate disinformation, a new report shared exclusively with The Verge finds. Seven TikTok videos promoting the so-called “Adam and Eve” theory...
    Fonte: The Verge di Justine Calma
  • The Montreal Protocol had a dramatic ice-saving side effect
    Rapid melting of sea ice in the Arctic is the largest and most clear sign of human-made climate change. Deposit PhotosThe United Nations treaty on CFCs is likely delaying the first ice-free Arctic summer by as much as 15 years. The post The Montreal Protocol had a dramatic ice-saving side...
    Fonte: Popular Science: Popular Science di Laura Baisas
  • Ozone Treaty Delayed Arctic Melting by 15 Years
    The Montreal Protocol was intended to save Earth’s ozone layer, but it also helped slow global warming and delayed the melting of Arctic sea ice...
    Fonte: Scientific American - Notizie di Chelsea Harvey, E&E News
  • This tiger-sized, saber-toothed, rhino-skinned predator thrived before the ‘Grea...
    An artist’s illustration of the giant gorgonopsian Inostrancevia with its dicynodont prey, scaring off the much smaller African species Cyonosaurus. Matt CeleskeyThe extinction event wiped out 80 to 90 percent of Earth’s species and completely changed the biosphere. The post This tiger-sized, saber-toothed, rhino-skinned predator thrived before the ‘Great Dying’...
    Fonte: Popular Science: Popular Science di Laura Baisas
  • CMIP6: Not-so-sudden stratospheric cooling
    As predicted in 1967 by Manabe and Wetherald, the stratosphere has been cooling. The post CMIP6: Not-so-sudden stratospheric cooling first appeared on RealClimate....
    Fonte: Clima reale da Gavin
  • Fixing the ozone hole was a bigger deal than anyone realized
    At the time it was signed, the Montreal Protocol was seen as a good thing for the planet. A new study shows it was even better than anyone first realized. Photo by Naeblys/Alamy Stock PhotoWith the Montreal Protocol, life on Earth dodged a bullet we didn’t even know was headed...
    Fonte: Popular Science: Popular Science by J. Besl/Hakai Magazine
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