Is It Possible To Prevent Global Warming?

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Have you ever thought about how I can prevent the effects of global warming, which we feel the effect of today ? What is Global Warming? The release of gases and particles into the atmosphere are the most important factors causing global warming.

Global warming is projected to exceed 1.8°C, according to McKinsey report

Envirotec Magazine

The energy transition continues to gain steam, with oil demand projected to peak in this decade, perhaps as soon as 2025, according to new research by global consultancy firm McKinsey & Company.

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5 ways to simultaneously improve living standards and limit global warming

GreenBiz

We need to find new ways to produce everyday goods, many of which have been built on the back of fossil fuels

Cod are disappearing due to global warming

Inhabitat - Innovation

According to new research published in the Journal of Applied Ecology, global warming may cause a decline in cod populations. Cod thrive in cool water, and global warming pushes the species to the brink of extinction Cod lovers might have to change their preferences soon.

IPCC: Revolutionary changes in transportation could slow global warming, if done right

GreenBiz

Systemic changes under way in the transportation sector from electric vehicles to ride sharing could begin lowering that emissions footprint. But will they reduce emissions enough

Global warming expected to exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius

Inhabitat - Innovation

Global warming is accelerating more than previously thought

Explainer: APAC at 1.5°C of global warming

Eco-Business

The 2°C global warming scenario is gloomy, but the 1.5°C C increase isn't much better. Life for billions of living things in the region still going to get worse, according to the latest studies

NYC Metronome clock now displays deadline for irreversible global warming

Inhabitat - Innovation

The Climate Clock shows that we have about 7 years to stop irreversible effects of global warming

Global warming to cause more deaths than all infectious diseases

Inhabitat - Innovation

A new study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research shows that by the end of the century, the number of global warming-related deaths will rival that of deaths caused by all infectious diseases combined. The study estimates that high, uncontrolled greenhouse gas emission rates will increase global mortality rates to 73 deaths per 100,000 people

Floating ICEBERG creatively confronts global warming

Inhabitat - Innovation

In summer 2019, a surprising sight popped up on a New Hampshire lake — ICEBERG, a floating, iceberg-shaped pavilion made of locally sourced wood and recycled plastic.

‘50:50’ chance global warming reaches 1.5°C by 2026

Eco-Business

The probability has crept from nil in 2015, to 10 per cent in the last five years

Global warming driving mass migration of marine life

Inhabitat - Innovation

Marine life is migrating from the equator to the tropics, according to a recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Global warming is making crop storage costly for farmers

Inhabitat - Innovation

As temperatures rise, farmers are facing new issues with safely storing crops

Report: Nobody talks about ‘global warming’ anymore

Grist

Big news: Global warming is over. They found that searches for global warming , once the most common phrase for our overheating planet, are down 73 percent since 2010. Detractors have long complained that warming sounds warm and cozy , like hugs.

Global warming could threaten Southeast Asia's mass flowering forests: study

Eco-Business

Synchronous mass flowering is one of the most spectacular but least-understood phenomena in Southeast Asia’s tropical rainforests

Rushing To The Coast – The Wrong Way To Adapt To Global Warming

Jim Conca

You’d think climate-influenced human migration would be away from coastal areas flooded by sea level rise. But that’s not what researchers from across the United States and Europe are projecting. Low-lying areas like Bangladesh will probably gain more residents than they lose as flooding gets worse.

Global warming is coming for polar bears

Inhabitant

Global warming and receding ice sheets threaten the lives of polar bears. But that's not where the issues end. A new study published in Ecosphere established that the foraging range for polar bears in the Beaufort Sea area has increased by 64% between 1999 and 2016 compared to the period 1986-1998. The change is being driven by food scarcity

UN report shows global warming could pass 1.5C limit before 2030

Inhabitat - Innovation

Global warming could exceed the 1.5°C C limit set in the Paris Agreement in the next decade

Climate spiral: what 141 years of global warming looks like

Eco-Business

Climate scientist Ed Hawkins from the University of Reading's National Centre for Atmospheric Science has designed a new way of using data to show how global temperatures have changed over time

Global warming could push air conditioning demand up 59%

Inhabitat - Innovation

As the planet warms, more people are relying on AC. But AC just contributes to more warming

Reducing methane will help hit the brakes on runaway global warming

EDF Voices

Unless we act, methane will do more to warm the planet than the burning of fossil fuels in the next decade

Climate-friendly cooling can slow global warming

Eco-Business

As global temperatures rise and demand for air conditioning and refrigeration soars, all countries must adopt common-sense initiatives to make cooling more efficient, less emissions-intensive, and more affordable for consumers

The World Is Not Prepared For Global Warming

Jim Conca

The people of the world are not prepared for the global warming that is already upon us. Heat-related deaths are up. Crop yields are down. Wildfires are rampant. Carbon levels are the highest in 800,000 yrs. So why have we been cutting assistance to firefighters and other emergency funding

“Global warming won’t wait until 2050,” says European science advisory group

Envirotec Magazine

The IPCC special report has shown that, if GHG emissions are not reduced quickly over the next 10 to 15 years, then the average global temperature will rise above 1.5 Yet, to contribute to limiting global warming to 1.5

Global warming expected to worsen serious health issues

Inhabitant

Global warming could increase the cases of hospitalization due to hyponatremia, a condition where the body experiences dangerously low sodium levels. New research published in the journal Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism shows that a global temperature increase of 2 degrees Celsius would result in a 14% increase in hyponatremia cases

Global warming is threatening the iconic Georgia peach

Inhabitant

Researchers are in a race against time to salvage Georgia peaches as global warming worsens. The fragile fruits are synonymous with Georgia, but that relationship may end if scientists don't find a workable solution soon. For a plant that relies on hundreds of chill hours to fruit, climate change can be devastating

'Misguided': Asia Pacific energy leaders think emissions are falling at a time of record global warming

Eco-Business

Most believe that emissions have dropped since 2005 — when they have grown by 50 per cent, according to a survey conducted at the recently-concluded Asia Pacific Energy Week. The findings reveal "a major gap between perception and reality

The world is failing to limit global warming

Inhabitant

The goal in question is to keep global warming from rising 1.5 A newly released assessment by Climate Action Tracker (CAT) shows that nearly every nation has failed to meet a major climate goal. degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, as per the Paris Agreement

Global warming is coming for polar bears

AGreenLiving

Global warming and receding ice sheets threaten the lives of polar bears. As the world warms, the ice sheet that makes up the shelf melts off, leading to a food shortage for the bears. Read the original post: Global warming is coming for polar bears.

Polar bears could go extinct in 80 years if global warming persists

Inhabitat - Innovation

Melting ice makes it harder for polar bears to capture food, leaving them vulnerable to extinction by the end of the century

Will gene editing and cloning create super cows that resist global warming?

Inhabitat - Innovation

Livestock emit about 14.5% of all greenhouse gases, and now their gassy ways are coming back to haunt them

How to stop global warming? The most controversial solutions explained

Eco-Business

An in-depth look at the various proposals to remove CO2 from the atmosphere or deflect sunlight away from the Earth

Commentary: Why Solar Geoengineering May Be Our Only Hope To Reverse Global Warming

CleanTech Alliance

Source: Jim Conca, Forbes, September 10, 2019. Last Wednesday night, as I watched the climate discussions with each of the Democratic Party candidates on CNN’s Presidential Climate Town Hall, I kept asking, “Why is only Andrew Yang talking about solar geoengineering?” True, he is the most tech-savvy of the candidates, but all of them need […]. Commentary

Study: Global warming will stay below 2 degrees C — if countries actually keep their promises

Grist

degrees Fahrenheit) of warming by the end of the century. In fact, a new study estimates that if countries fulfill the climate pledges they made at the United Nations climate change conference known as COP26 last year, warming could be limited to just below 2 degrees C (3.6

‘Global warming is not a problem’ says Net Zero Watch Board Member Lord Lawson During COP26

DeSmogBlog

A board member of a new MP-backed ‘Net Zero Watch’ campaign group has said today that “global warming is not a problem”, defended burning fossil fuels, and said carbon dioxide’s “principal effect” is the growth of plants.

French Oil Company Total ‘Knew About Global Warming Impact in 1971’, Study Finds

DeSmogBlog

French oil giant Total knew that its fossil fuel extraction could contribute to global warming as early as 1971 but stayed silent about it until 1988, according to a new study. In 2018, 89 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions came from fossil fuels and industry.

Global warming expected to worsen serious health issues

AGreenLiving

Global warming could increase the cases of hospitalization due to hyponatremia, a condition where the body experiences dangerously low sodium levels. Global warming expected to worsen serious health issues.

Global warming of 3C could cost US$1.6 trillion a year in lost labour

Eco-Business

As temperatures rise, outdoor workers will find it harder to adapt, especially in already-hot places like the Gulf

To tackle global warming, countries must make cooling a part of post-pandemic recovery

Eco-Business

C of global warming by 2100 Amid rising temperatures, cooling technologies will be needed to protect people from heatwaves and keep vaccines and food fresh. Climate-friendly cooling could help humanity avoid 0.4°C

Mountain in Sweden loses highest peak title as global warming shrinks it

Inhabitat - Innovation

Kebnekaise, the highest mountain peak in Sweden, has fallen victim to global heating

Commentary: A Novel Method for Clean Food Production, While Simultaneously Bending Down the Curve of Global Warming

CleanTech Alliance

Source: John Novitsky, CEO, AquaPrawnics, jnovitsky@sbcglobal.net and Lisa M. Farmen, Principal Engineer/Managing Member, Aquastry LLClisa@aquastry.com, (503) 544-2330. Jan 10 2020 The purpose of this article is to encourage the members of the NW Chapter of the Clean Tech Alliance to visit our website, then to become investors, employees, scientific or legislative partners. Shrimp are the […]. Commentary Member News

Sead Pod offers grassroots solution to air pollution and global warming

Inhabitat - Innovation

Gardening should be good for the environment, adding oxygen to the air, nutrients to the soil, and filtering water for consumption. But plastic and toxins have become ubiquitous, leaving the home gardener to make intentional choices about which products to use. That’s where Sead Pod comes in, a vertical garden made using sustainable practices and recycled materials. Sead (Sustainable Ecology, Adaptive Design) Pod offers a simple plastic planter for bringing gardens into the smallest spaces whil

Climate Crisis, Global Warming, Carbon Neutral, Zero Waste: Meaningful Buzzwords or Passing Fads?

Green Business Bureau

The emergence of environmental buzzwords started out with global warming, then became climate change. Whatever your view is on climate change, we must all agree that climate change is constant; we are and will continue to move through the historical cooling and warming cycles.