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A mock funeral was held in Iceland which was attended by officials, scientists, activists and others to bid farewell to the Okjokull glacier – Iceland’s first glacier lost forever to climate change. Everyone gathered demanded urgent action by world leaders towards fighting climate change. The funeral included a poetry reading, moments of silence and political speeches. According to […]

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Last year, our planet witnessed carbon dioxide levels never seen before in the past 800,000 years. This shows how grim the environmental situation is and how human activity is destroying the planet up to the point of no return. Carbon dioxide and other major greenhouse gases, including methane, and nitrous oxide, continued their rapid increase […]

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Man’s love affair with fossil fuels refuses to abate, and as a result, the amount of carbon dioxide trapped in the Earth’s oceans is increasing rapidly. A new study undertaken by MIT geophysics Professor Daniel Rothman warns that this carbon accumulation could trigger chemical reactions in Earth’s carbon cycle similar to those which happened just before previous […]

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Recently, an international team of researchers, led by the University of Edinburgh, flew drone-mounted cameras over a section of permafrost coastline on Herschel Island, also known as Qikiqtaruk, off the Yukon coast in the Canadian Arctic. What they discovered is enough to send chills down one’s spine. In 40 days over the summer, the coast had […]

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A new research has warned that if countries across the world do not take drastic measures to curtail their carbon emissions and increase their commitments under the Paris climate agreement, climate change could lead to ‘social breakdown and outright chaos’ by 2050 displacing more than a billion people and leaving two billion with minimal access […]

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Most people’s reaction upon seeing a bug would be “Ewww…get rid of it!” But while they may not be the most welcome sight, insects are extremely crucial for the survival of life on our planet. In fact, without insects, all life on Earth would end within a span of 50 years! However, a new research […]

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