A spokesperson for his film, A Life On Our Planet, told MailOnline: 'Sir David and the filmmakers of A Life On Our Planet had always intended for the account to be a series of special messages over a limited period of time. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Sir David Attenborough, 94, quits Instagram exactly two months after he signed up to warn ‘the world is in trouble’
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The People’s Committee has been implementing a plan on household solid waste classification at source since 2017, and people are gradually getting into the habit of separating their wastes before dumping them, making recycling and treatment easier. … [Read more...] about HCM City to improve solutions to climate change response
This is the consensus view among scientists. However, a small but vocal handful of academics — some of them climatologists, others in outside fields — believe the whole thing is a case of alarmism. Some argue that global warming isn't actually happening. Others concede that Earth is warming, but believe the process is natural (and has nothing to do with us humans). If they're right, then there's no need for the fossil fuel industry to cap carbon emissions, lesser developed countries should feel free to industrialize in the cheapest way possible (i.e. with carbon-spewing coal), and the rest of us can stop worrying about the fate of future generations. … [Read more...] about What Are Climate Change Skeptics Still Skeptical About?
It isn’t pretty. Sea-level rise will make every tropical cyclone that hits New York more likely to release damaging floods. For instance, storm floods of nearly seven-and-a-half feet once occurred only a couple times per millennium. In today’s somewhat warmed climate, 7.5-foot floods are projected to happen every 25 years. By 2030, these floods will occur every five years. … [Read more...] about Climate Change Will Bring Major Flooding to New York Every 5 Years
For the second time in a month, Hawaii’s coastlines have been swamped by epic tides. The phenomenon, known as a king tide, is actually a convergence of a few different factors: high lunar tides, rising sea levels associated with last year’s strong El Niño and climate change, swirling pockets of ocean eddies, and a robust south swell—that is, big waves rolling onto south-facing shores. … [Read more...] about The Ghost of Climate-Change Future