Scientists warned about climate change in 1965. Nothing was done.
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by Climate State
3d ago
A key report to President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965 warned that humankind was “unwittingly conducting a vast geophysical experiment” through the burning of fossil fuels and a consequent buildup of “the invisible pollutant” — carbon dioxide — in the atmosphere. The post Scientists warned about climate change in 1965. Nothing was done. appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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The Last EU Solar Panel Producer Meyer Burger
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4M ago
Meyer Burger is known for elegant high-performance modules. These are designed in Switzerland and manufactured exclusively in Germany. The post The Last EU Solar Panel Producer Meyer Burger appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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A New Year: Looking Back and Forward at Climate Change Progress
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by Jacob Ashton
4M ago
2023 was a record-breaking year for all the wrong reasons. It was overall the hottest in human history, both on land and at sea, by a big margin. The post A New Year: Looking Back and Forward at Climate Change Progress appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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COP28: DOD Climate Policy and Climate Security
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5M ago
The United States Department of Defense joined the COP28 Conference of Parties, highlighting the role of the military in a world threatened by climate change. The post COP28: DOD Climate Policy and Climate Security appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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COP28 Outcomes: Progress But Not Enough Of It
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by Jacob Ashton
5M ago
After a fraught fortnight, COP28 has now officially ended. Despite low expectations even before the event started, some landmark progress on fossil fuel abatement was made – though the deal is far from what was hoped for. The post COP28 Outcomes: Progress But Not Enough Of It appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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Report: Climate Tipping Points may change the Climate State
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by Climate State
5M ago
Tipping points are critical thresholds in the Earth system where small changes can lead to large and sometimes irreversible consequences. They occur in various interconnected systems, such as ice, ecosystems, oceans, and the atmosphere. The post Report: Climate Tipping Points may change the Climate State appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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Study demonstrates methane release from the deep ocean
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by Climate State
5M ago
New research indicates that the so-called fire-ice, which refers to frozen methane under the ocean, could be at risk of melting as a consequence of climate change, potentially leading to its release into the sea. The post Study demonstrates methane release from the deep ocean appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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Update: YouTube (again) Removes Climate Science Channels
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5M ago
YouTube again removed the Climate State channel from their platform - citing the spam, deceptive practices and scams policy. The post Update: YouTube (again) Removes Climate Science Channels appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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COP28 Summary Video: Early Signs Of Progress Despite Controversies
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by Climate State
6M ago
The annual COP (Conference of the Parties) summits are the focal point of international climate diplomacy, yet many feel they are being fundamentally undermined. Watch the summary COP28 video. The post COP28 Summary Video: Early Signs Of Progress Despite Controversies appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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COP28: Early Signs of Progress Despite Controversies
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by Jacob Ashton
6M ago
The annual COP (Conference of the Parties) summits are the focal point of international climate diplomacy, yet many feel they are being fundamentally undermined. COP28, currently underway in Dubai, has been particularly controversial even before it got started – but despite these controversies, there is hope that significant progress could be made in some important negotiations. The post COP28: Early Signs of Progress Despite Controversies appeared first on Climate State ..read more
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