Climate Change – GBRI
 

A new study has found that if the world became warmer by 1.5 degree Celsius due to climate change, it would bring stronger winds and as a result, more wind power. The study undertaken by the British Antarctic Survey, the University of Oxford and the University of Bristol aimed to find out the effect warmer […]

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At the European Geosciences Union General Assembly, a presentation made by a PhD student Gioachino Roberti at the University of Clermont Auvergne revealed that besides rising sea levels, climate change could also be responsible for triggering volcanic eruptions across the globe. Volcanic eruptions alter the climate by spewing smoke and ash into the atmosphere, but scientists now also […]

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Norway is famous for its environment-friendly initiatives and the latest one to join the list is the country’s plan to switch to electric planes in an effort to slow down climate change. The country already has world’s highest per capita number of electric cars. State-owned Avinor, which operates most of the country’s airports, plans to adopt […]

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A new study conducted by WWF, the University of East Anglia and the James Cook University has warned world’s biggest forests could lose almost 60% of plants and 50% of animals by 2100 if the world continues to warm at current rate. Mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds are also likely to disappear on a catastrophic scale […]

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