Climate Change

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Windmills on a grassy field during sunset. There are clouds above.

The Global Shift to Renewable Energy is Unstoppable says IEA Report

The Global Shift to Renewable Energy is Unstoppable says IEA Report, and also points out that the reduction in fossil fuel usage lags behind.

Entrance to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in 2020

Podcast Episode 72 l The Doomsday Vault: A global Seed Vault

Podcast on The Doomsday Vault: A global Seed Vault that is a repository for the world's food crop seeds.

Entrance to the Svalbard or Doomsday Seed Vault during Polar Night, highlighting its illuminated artwork

The Doomsday Vault l A genetic seed repository

The Doomsday Vault is a Genetic seed repository that houses a large variety of the seeds of the worlds plants to safequard them from any future disasters.

Globally averaged surface air temperature anomalies relative to 1991–2020 for each September from 1940 to 2023. Data source: ERA5. Credit: Copernicus Climate Change Service/ECMWF.

2023 on track to be the warmest year on record – September 2023 warmest ever yet

2023 on track to be the warmest year on record and September 2023 is the warmest ever yet according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service

Eunice Newton Foote's paper on CO2

Fantastic Women Series: Eunice Newton Foote

Eunice Newton Foote - She was the first one to observe the effect of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in 1856. We know this now as the Greenhouse Effect, the cause of our current global warming.

AI generated image showing the earth as globe surrounded by the blue line of the atmosphere, depicting the ozone layer. A new study says that the Montreal Protocol, designed to protect the ozone layer, is delaying the first appearance of an ice-free Arctic summer, by up to 15 years, depending on future emissions.

The Montreal Protocol is delaying first ice-free Arctic summer

The Montreal Protocol was a global deal to protect the ozone layer and a new study says it is delaying the first ice-free Arctic summer by up to 15 years.

A large table strewn with laptops, tablets and phones being used by people. The shot is from the top so only hands using the devices can be seen.

Podcast Episode 63 l Want to reduce your digital carbon footprint? Here’s how

Want to reduce your digital carbon footprint? Here’s how to do it. Our digital life has an environmental and climate impact. We need to reduce it.

A large table strewn with laptops, tablets and phones being used by people. The shot is from the top so only hands using the devices can be seen.

Want to reduce your digital carbon footprint? Here’s how

Want to reduce your digital carbon footprint? Here's how. There are many things we can do to decrease our digital contribution to climate change.

Shadows of people both adults and children standing in front of a sunset with a projection of a world map in the background. Population Gerd Altamann Pixabay

Earth’s population could start falling after 2050

Earth's population could start falling after 2050 according to a new report that says that it will peak at 9 billion. Equal distribution of resources is key for people to escape extreme poverty.

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