Submitted by Luis Georg on Sun, 11/27/2016 - 07:30
As Donald Trump has promised to look “very carefully” at the landmark Paris Agreement, climate advocates and environmentalists have started preparing for a fight with the president-elect.
During his election campaign, Trump repeated called global warming a ‘hoax,’ and promised to “cancel” the United States’ involvement in the international agreement on climate change that was approved by 195 countries in Paris last month.
Submitted by Karan Gosal on Thu, 11/24/2016 - 02:51
As per local reports, asthma attacks triggered by thunderstorm in Southeastern Australia have been associated with several cases of hospitalization and at least four death cases. Many people across Melbourne suffered from asthma attacks after strong thunderstorm. The rarely witnessed phenomenon caused health issues for many people in Melbourne.
Submitted by Luis Georg on Mon, 11/21/2016 - 08:04
Amid increasing global temperatures, sea ice levels in the Arctic as well as the Antarctic have hit record lows, a new research conducted by NASA climate scientists revealed.
Area covered by sea ice in the Arctic region has been on a steady decline for the last many years, but Antarctic sea ice was on the increase until recently. Ice in the Southern Hemisphere hit record highs between 2012 and 2014, but that trend has now reversed.
Submitted by Luis Georg on Sat, 11/19/2016 - 11:21
In wake of Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential race, some climate change negotiators have and diplomats have turned their attention from global warming to how to punish the U.S. if the next president chooses to reject the landmark Paris Agreement.
Paris Agreement aims to global warming and climate change by cutting manmade carbon emissions, but Trump has repeatedly called climate change a ‘hoax,’ and vowed that he would cancel the international climate change pact.
Submitted by Luis Georg on Wed, 11/16/2016 - 15:55
Environment advocates and political leaders are upset over Donald Trump’s denial of climate change, but some experts believe that the president-elect’s denial of climate change is irrelevant and fighting him on the issue is a waste of time.
Many studies have already proven that climate change is a scientific reality and its denial by anybody will not make the menace go away. The reality will not change by the personal beliefs of the president-elect.
Submitted by Luis Georg on Wed, 11/09/2016 - 10:59
Pushing ahead with the landmark Paris Agreement, leaders from 195 countries are meeting in Morocco to discuss new ways to slash greenhouse gas emissions to tackle global warming and climate change.
It is the first climate change meeting of world leaders under the U.N. umbrella since the Paris Agreement was endorsed at last year’s climate change conference. The ongoing conference (COP 22) started on Monday and will run through November 18th.
Submitted by Luis Georg on Mon, 11/07/2016 - 20:15
Canadian military officials have confirmed that a strange pinging sound coming from the sea floor in an isolated region of the Arctic is under investigation.
The mysterious sound is coming from the sea floor in the remote Arctic waters of the Fury & Hecla Strait, adjacent to Canada’s least populated province Nunavut. Local people reported that the strange sound is scaring animals away.
A military aircraft carried out numerous multi-sensor searches in the remote area, but failed to explain the precise cause of the acoustic anomalies.
Submitted by Luis Georg on Mon, 11/07/2016 - 06:15
While many believe that the United States will continue to support climate action regardless of who becomes the nation’s next president, some believe that efforts to tackle climate change will suffer in case Republican candidate Donald Trump wins.
Submitted by Gabriela Dantas on Sun, 11/06/2016 - 05:08
The largest marine protected area will be created in the Ross Sea in Antarctica after member countries have agreed to resolution of turning Ross Sea into an area with special protection. The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) in Hobart, Australia held a meeting to decide on further steps for marine protection region in Ross Sea. The largest marine protected region will cover nearly 1.55 million square kilometers.
Submitted by Luis Georg on Thu, 11/03/2016 - 07:51
The Morgan Foundation has once again accused the government of cheating the public over its climate change commitments; this time over the controversial forestry accounting rules.
In its latest “Climate Cheats” report, titled Cook the Books, the foundation argued that a proposed rule change that aims to wipe out an estimated 79 million tones of excess greenhouse gas emissions is nothing else than cooking the books.