The Arctic is on fire: record heat has been recorded in Siberia, which at times increases the pace of global warming

On Saturday, June 20, in the Russian Arctic city of Verkhoyansk, the thermometer reached a record high of 38 degrees Celsius (100,4 degrees Fahrenheit). This temperature is high enough for anywhere in the world, but it is Siberia, and it is known for being frozen. ...

Winters are getting shorter and summers are getting hotter: how global warming is changing seasonality

An analysis of climate change trends shows that global warming leads to longer summers and shorter winters, according to Brian Brettschneider, a researcher at the University of Alaska and climatologist. The scientist shares the results of his own research, which demonstrate that the number of days with high temperature for ...

Hurricanes around the world are getting stronger and more intense: what comes next

Over the past four decades, hurricanes have intensified in almost all regions of the world, and according to federal research, climate change may be one of the factors. About this writes Fox News. In a study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Cooperative Institute ...

The planet began climate change, which was expected only by the end of the century

It was believed that the establishment of a hot and humid climate in the tropics and subtropics, which would undermine the economy in these regions and exceed the limits of the physiological survival of people, will occur while maintaining the planet’s heating only by the end of the century. Scientists were wrong - a new study states that these ...

Extreme heat: in 50 years, billions of people will be in unsuitable climate

If global warming remains uncontrollable, the heat that will occur already in this century in some parts of the world will create “almost unsuitable” living conditions for 3 billion people, according to a study published on May 4. It is reported by USA Today. The authors of the study predict ...

More effective than Greenpeace and Greta Tunberg: how the coronavirus pandemic saves the planet

The coronavirus pandemic is now being compared to World War II. At the same time, scientists are struck by unexpected statements: the “virus of the century” has positively affected the environmental situation on the entire planet, 24tv writes. How exactly and what will happen next? Recently, NASA and the European Space Agency unveiled ...

The rich are to blame: scientists called the main cause of global warming

Wealthy people have the main share of responsibility for the climate crisis, a study by the British University of Leeds, affecting 86 countries, showed. About this writes the BBC. Scientists have found that in all of these countries, a tenth of the highest-income population consumes about 20 ...

Research: all New York airports may be under water by 2100

Some of the busiest airports in the world may go under water by 2100. The reason is global warming, due to which the sea water level is rising. About this writes the publication National Post, referring to the results of a recent study. At stake - 80 ...

The effects of global warming: a historic temperature record set in Antarctica

The largest iceberg in the world, breaking away from a glacier in Western Antarctica, is due to set sail for free soon, the BBC reports. The temperature in northern Antarctica on the continent, best known for its snow, ice and penguins, has reached a record high of 65 degrees ...

New York can be protected from the ocean by a giant wall: why is it necessary

With the help of the wall, they want to protect New York from floods that can become more frequent due to global warming. Construction can take 25 years and cost $ 119 billion. The project has already caused controversy, as Fox News writes. About the project Construction of a 9,5-kilometer…

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