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13.01.2023 - Exxon accurately predicted climate change in the 70s: Which other fossil fuel giants knew the risks?
Scientists for ExxonMobil predicted climate change with “shocking skill and accuracy” in the 1970s, according to new research.
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12.01.2023 - What does climate change mean for extreme waves? In 80% of the world, we don't really know
Across much of the world's oceans, waves are getting bigger. In the Southern Ocean, where storm-driven swell can propagate halfway across the world to California, the average wave has grown about 20cm in the past 30 years.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2023-01-climate-extreme-world-dont.html   
 
11.01.2023 - Climate change is affecting what foods can be grown in the UK: This farmer is adapting
Climate change is drastically impacting agriculture.
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10.01.2023 - Governments urged to confront effects of climate crisis on migrants
Experts say extreme weather is a growing danger to displaced people and could force more to flee homes
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09.01.2023 - Relentless rain, record heat: study finds climate crisis worsened extreme weather
Scientists describe as ‘very alarming’ research that shows severe weather events were made more likely by climate change
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09.01.2023 - Half of glaciers will be gone by 2100 even under Paris 1.5C accord, study finds
If global heating continues at current rate of 2.7C, losses will be greater with 68% of glaciers disappearing
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05.01.2023 - Climate change: 2022 was Scotland's hottest year
The Met Office has confirmed that 2022 was Scotland's hottest year on record.
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04.01.2023 - Climate change could cause 'disaster' in the world's oceans, say scientists
Climate-driven heating of seawater is causing a slowdown of deep circulation patterns in the Atlantic and Southern oceans, according to Earth system scientists at the University of California, Irvine, and if this process continues, the ocean's ability to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere will be severely limited, further exacerbating global warming.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2023-01-climate-disaster-world-oceans-scientists.html   
 
03.01.2023 - John Kerry: rich countries must respond to developing world anger over climate
US climate envoy says there needs to be work on details of ‘loss and damage’ fund in 2023
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28.12.2022 - Climate change won't make winter storms and blizzards go away: Scientists explain why
A white Christmas may be the stuff dreams are made of, but when meteorologists start measuring the snow in feet, it can quickly become the kind of nightmare seen in recent days in Buffalo, New York.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-12-climate-wont-winter-storms-blizzards.html   
 
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