Climate Briefly for 19/11/2019


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And today’s links:

  • October 2019: Earth’s Second Warmest October on Record (Scientific American)
  • It’s getting windier and that could be good news for renewable energy (New Scientist)
  • A meteorologist bets his career on climate change (Yale)
  • Iceless in Alaska (Scientific American)
  • The Climate Movement Needs More Creative Tactics (New Republic)
  • Roundup: Effects of High Latitude Dust, The First Proglacial Sediment Inventory, Glaciers and New Zealand’s Paleoclimate (Glacier Hub)
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    Climate Briefly for 18/11/2019


    Today’s climate news cloud:



    And today’s links:

  • Humans light 85% of bushfires, and we do virtually nothing to stop it (The Conversation)
  • A surprising answer to a hot question: controlled burns often fail to slow a bushfire (The Conversation)
  • A sharper view of the world’s oceans (Scientific American)
  • Sorry—organic farming is actually worse for climate change (MIT)
  • Farmers, murder and the media: getting to the bottom of the city-country divide (The Conversation)
  • Motherhood on a flooded earth (Yale)
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    Climate Briefly for 17/11/2019


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    And today’s links:

  • Climate Change’s Great Lithium Problem (New Republic)
  • Don’t miss: Art confronts climate, a book on space junk, future talk (New Scientist)
  • Photo Friday: GIF Shows Dramatic Reduction of Gergeti Glacier, Georgia (Glacier Hub)
  • Climate Change May Be Blowing Up Arms Depots (Scientific American)
  • Climate change: why Sweden’s central bank dumped Australian bonds (The Conversation)
  • Bambang Hero Saharjo wins 2019 John Maddox Prize should be an inspiration for scientists to stand up for environment in courtrooms (The Conversation)
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    Climate Briefly for 16/11/2019


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    And today’s links:

  • ‘How is climate change affecting autumn?’ (Yale)
  • Steel and concrete are climate change’s hard problem. Can we solve it? (New Scientist)
  • Beware Marine Heatwaves (Jstor)
  • Climate Change Is Already Hurting Kids’ Health (New Republic)
  • Are Blackouts Here to Stay? A Look into the Future (Scientific American)
  • Colombia’s carbon tax could help protect the Amazon rainforest (Yale)
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    Climate Briefly for 15/11/2019


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    And today’s links:

  • Can the Catholic Church Save the Amazon? (New Republic)
  • High school students do research in Greenland (Yale)
  • Climate Whiplash: Wild Swings in Extreme Weather Are on the Rise (e360)
  • Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Climate Change’s Health Impacts (Scientific American)
  • Branford, Connecticut, sets up fund to pay for costs of climate change (Yale)
  • Mountain Summit Issues Call for Action on Climate Change (Glacier Hub)
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