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Climate change

Significant time variation in long-term weather patterns

Climate Change affects the world from excess emissions of Carbon Oxide/Dioxide, Sulfur Oxide, and Nitric Oxide emissions from combustion of fossil fuels as secondary bi-products.

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Justin Worland
September 2, 2021
Time
The growing frequency of extreme weather marks a notable shift for those who have been looking to explain what a warmer planet looks like
USA TODAY
August 21, 2021
USA TODAY
In the case of a natural disaster, your survival plan should include your smartphone at the very least. Here are some more tech to get in advance.
Joanna Glasner
August 20, 2021
Crunchbase News
Whether the focus is clean manufacturing, energy efficiency, renewables, sustainable packaging, or a host of other focus areas, the broad bet is that we can take incremental steps to curtail our carbon-spewing ways.
Kristen French
August 19, 2021
phys.org
On Aug. 9, the U.N. released a dire climate report, the first since 2018, that warned of accelerated warming of the planet and splashed code red alert headlines across the world. To bring the Earth back from the brink will demand powerful collective action, the authors of the report wrote. But while the urgency of the message is growing in the public sphere, scientists, journalists, artists and creators have still so far struggled to communicate it effectively to large numbers of global citizens. Some of them are now pinning their hopes on virtual reality (VR) to get the message across. In fact, a substantial body of research from the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab has shown that using virtual reality to change human behavior works. But how does it work, and what kinds of VR experiences can most effectively reach the largest numbers of people and have the most impact? Where can these VR experiences be delivered to people? Is VR just a communication tool or can it be something more?
Laura Legere
August 17, 2021
phys.org
Last week, a landmark climate report from the United Nations gave the sobering consensus of decades of international climate change research: "It is unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and land," causing "widespread and rapid changes" in the air, seas, once-frozen places and plant and animal life that have touched every region on Earth.
María Paula Rubiano A.
August 17, 2021
Grist
It won't stay that way for long.
Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent
August 17, 2021
the Guardian
Flooding, droughts and wildfires will worsen as global heating disrupts the planet's water cycle
Katharine Hayhoe
August 12, 2021
Time
Some of the impacts of climate change are already here today. But the worst can still be avoided. Our future is in our hands.
Livemint
August 12, 2021
mint
This assumes importance given that India has a total installed power generation capacity of 383.73 GW
Sara Schonhardt, E&E News
August 10, 2021
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
BBC News
August 9, 2021
BBC News
The most vulnerable developing countries plead for action after a stark warning from a UN panel.
James Temple
August 9, 2021
MIT Technology Review
The planet is on track to exceed very dangerous warming levels, leaving us with fewer and fewer options.
By Roger Harrabin
August 9, 2021
BBC News
Zac Goldsmith says COP26 must be a "turning point", despite warnings that costs of tackling climate change will hit poor families.
August 9, 2021
SBS News
The IPCC report release comes as countries across the world battle extreme weather events and ahead of key climate talks in Glasgow in November.
Mike Butcher
August 9, 2021
TechCrunch
A major UN scientific report has concluded that human activity is changing the climate at an unprecedented rate. The report has been describe as a "code red for humanity" by its authors. The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is stern and blunt in its conclusions: "It is unequivocal that human influence has warmed [...]
Jeff Tollefson, Nature magazine
August 9, 2021
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
August 9, 2021
WebWire
A new global climate science report, published today, sets out in stark detail the future we will have if we make poor choices today. It confirms that humans have irreversibly altered the planet and locked in many changes, and the opportunity to reverse course, while very slim, is scientifically still possible if urgent and strong action to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and protect and restore nature is taken immediately. The report by the Working Group I of the UN's Intergovernmental...
Shreya Jai
August 9, 2021
@bsindia
CODE RED: IPCC says planet to warm by 1.5 degree Celsius in all growth scenarios over 20 yrs
Press Trust of India
August 9, 2021
@bsindia
Extreme sea level events that previously occurred once in 100 years could happen every year by the end of this century, the latest IPCC report on climate change said on Monday
By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
August 9, 2021
Chron
Earth's climate is getting so hot that temperatures in about a decade will probably...
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