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28.06.2022 - Every heatwave ‘more intense and more likely’ because of climate change
Every heatwave being experienced today has been made more intense and more likely to happen because of climate change, scientists have warned.
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24.06.2022 - Climate change affects the likelihood of armed conflict
Climate change influences the likelihood and duration of armed conflicts in Africa. This is the finding of a study carried out by a team from the INGENIO Institute, a joint center of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) and the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), together with the University of Rome III and the University of Urbino Carlo Bo, published in the latest issue of the journal Economía Política.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-06-climate-affects-likelihood-armed-conflict.html   
 
24.06.2022 - Climate change negatively impacting bumblebees, study finds
Temperature changes have negatively impacted most species of bumblebees over the past 120 years, according to new research published this week in Biology Letters. The researchers note that changes in temperature had more of a negative impact than other factors—such as precipitation or floral resources.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-06-climate-negatively-impacting-bumblebees.html   
 
23.06.2022 - Decades of climate change in the mountains do not cause a shift in the tree line
Living conditions for forests at high elevations have changed significantly in recent decades as a result of climate change. In many mountain regions, they have become more favorable above the tree line than in lower-lying forested areas. Nevertheless, climate change has not yet led to forests adapting directly to this change and shifting to higher regions. This is confirmed by a new biogeographical study of the University of Bayreuth using the example of the Mediterranean island of Crete. The scientists present their research results in the journal Forest Ecosystems. They warn of the possible consequences.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-06-decades-climate-mountains-shift-tree.html   
 
23.06.2022 - Coastal marsh migration may further fuel climate change
As rising sea levels cause marshes to move inland in six mid-Atlantic states, the coastal zone will not continue to serve as a carbon sink but release more carbon into the atmosphere, a new modeling study led by researchers at Duke University finds.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-06-coastal-marsh-migration-fuel-climate.html   
 
23.06.2022 - Countries Discuss How to Accelerate Climate Action at Bonn Conference
With the world now shifting its attention toward turning the promises of the Paris Agreement into reality, countries are being called upon to come forward with strengthened climate plans that boost both their ambition and real-world action. This was one focus of the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn that wrapped up last week.
sursa//https://unfccc.int/news/countries-discuss-how-to-accelerate-climate-action-at-bonn-conference   
 
22.06.2022 - Study provides insights into how cold-adapted species respond to climate change
By analyzing historical data generated during and between ice ages, investigators have identified different mechanisms used by cold-adapted Arctic mammalian species to respond to severe climate fluctuations.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-06-insights-cold-adapted-species-climate.html   
 
21.06.2022 - Ibrahim Thiaw appointed interim UN Climate Change head
Mauritanian diplomat and head of the UN body to combat desertification Ibrahim Thiaw has been appointed interim executive secretary of UN Climate Change.
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20.06.2022 - Bangladesh faces ‘worst flooding in 100 years’ while climate talks in Bonn falter
Experts call the record-breaking floods ‘unprecedented, but not unpredictable’, with millions inundated just as climate talks in Germany end on a disappointing note
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17.06.2022 - How climate change is turning remote Indigenous houses into dangerous hot boxes
In remote Indigenous communities that are already very hot and socioeconomically disadvantaged, climate change is driving inequities even further.
sursa//https://phys.org/news/2022-06-climate-remote-indigenous-houses-dangerous.html   
 
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