Jan 05, 2018
More than 25 percent of Earth will experience serious drought and desertification by the year 2050 if global warming is not curbed, according to a new study by the journal Nature Climate Change.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/6g1z8Vb
In climate news, a new report warns that without immediate, large-scale action to limit global greenhouse gas emissions, as much as 30 percent of the Earth’s land could fall into a state of perpetual drought, threatening the food supplies of billions of people. The report in the journal Nature...
The findings show that more than 25 percent of the world's population will live in a perpetual state of drought and growing desertification...
Nature could cost-effectively deliver over a third of greenhouse gas emissions reductions required to prevent dangerous levels of global warming.
Hurricanes typically weaken before they make landfall. Not Harvey. The historic storm actually grew stronger in the immediate 24 hours before it made landfall in Texas, the bathtub-warm water acting like a perfect fuel for Harvey's fury. For decades, scientists have warned the man-made climate...
Government’s newest national assessment of climate change points to serious effects on U.S.
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Hillary and Bill are "over the moon" in celebrating the birth of Aidan Clinton Mezvinsky.
The West isn't pushing for Putin to go, but it would be the best thing for Russians.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation is implementing a 90 percent local music quota.
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