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The summer’s Amazon fires were three times more common in the areas supplying cattle to abattoirs than elsewhere in the rainforest. Details here.
|A protest sign in a window in Halifax.|
Photo by Tony Webster.
The Green Wattle Creek bushfire moves toward the Southern Highlands township of
Yanderra, Australia as police evacuate. Dec. 2019.
Photo by Helitak 430.
A new study finds, manmade climate change did, indeed, worsen the bushfires which ravaged much of southeastern Australia late last year and early this year. An international team of seventeen scientists has just concluded, the probability of conditions developing like the ones which kindled the catastrophic blazes “has increased by at least 30% since 1900 as a result of anthropogenic climate change.”
|Nitrous oxide levels over China.|
Jan. 1st, 2020 (l.). Feb. 25th, 2020.
NASA satellite images show a dramatic fall in pollution over China that is "partly related" to the economic slowdown due to the coronavirus outbreak, the space agency said. Story here.
|A Pexels photo.|
Nature Communications Photo by Patrick Kelley The Arctic could be sea-ice-free during th...