Global Warming – GBRI
 

According to a study published in the 14 August 2018 edition of Nature Communications, 2018–2022 are expected to be abnormally hot years based on current global warming. Warming caused by greenhouse gas emissions is not linear: it appears to have lapsed in the early 21st century, a phenomenon known as a global warming hiatus. The study, led by […]

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The North China plain is one of the most densely populated regions in the world and is also agriculturally very important for the nation. A new study has found that if we are unable to control climate change, this region would face the deadliest heatwaves by the end of the century that might render it […]

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A new study has found a link between increasing global temperatures and higher rates of suicides. Over the last three decades, there have been 60,000 climate change-related suicides in India alone. The links between mental health and global warming have not been widely researched but the new work analysed temperature and suicides across the US […]

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The polar ice caps are melting at an alarming pace, and a recent discovery by researchers at the University of Leeds just confirmed this fact. Scientists from the UK Center for Polar Observation and Modelling at the University have found that rising ocean temperatures are causing Antarctica’s underwater ice sheets to melt rapidly. The study shows […]

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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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