Category: climatechange

France gives ‘Make our Planet Great Again’ grants to US scientists

France gives 'Make our Planet Great Again' grants to US scientists
France has backed up statements that it's willing to reward America's climate researchers now that the US has backed out
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Unearthing oxygen-starved bacteria might worsen climate change

Unearthing oxygen-starved bacteria might worsen climate change
A recently-released federal report has finally credited humans with causing climate change, but we might have more to worry about
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NASA can pinpoint glaciers that might flood coastal cities

NASA can pinpoint glaciers that might flood coastal cities
It's safe to say that melting glaciers and ice sheets are bad things: they raise ocean levels and risk flooding
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Scientists issue a dire warning about climate change (again)

Scientists issue a dire warning about climate change (again)
Back in 1992, a group of scientists from around the world told us in no uncertain terms that we were
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Deutsche Bank is using climate change data to predict investment risk

Deutsche Bank is using climate change data to predict investment risk
The Trump administration might still be arguing that climate change isn't real (and if it is, it certainly isn't caused
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Scientists can’t explain a ‘worrying’ rise in methane levels

Scientists can't explain a 'worrying' rise in methane levels
The amount of CO2 in the atmosphere reached a record high in 2016, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
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France and China will study ocean-based climate change next year

France and China will study ocean-based climate change next year
France and China, both key leaders of the Paris Climate Accord now that the US is leaving, have unveiled a
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EPA cancels scientists’ climate change talk at the last minute

EPA cancels scientists' climate change talk at the last minute
If there were any lingering doubts that the Environmental Protection Agency under Scott Pruitt would suppress any mention of climate
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Heat and drought led to the largest recorded spike in carbon levels

Heat and drought led to the largest recorded spike in carbon levels
In 2015 and 2016, NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) satellite recorded spikes in the levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration.
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