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Von Braun's daughter: Space is great, but climate change urgent

Dr. Wernher von Braun's daughter challenged a hall of astronauts, engineers, government officials and business leaders in the Rocket City of Huntsville, Ala., On Tuesday to keep exploring space, but also global climate change. Dr. Margrit von Braun, an environmental engineer and one of Braun's three children, spoke at a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo …

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Greenland's super-fast ice slides could be bad news for climate change

According to a new study, the ice sheet of Greenland slides many times further than previously thought. This means that the ice sheet can change faster in a warming climate, a group of researchers reported on July 10 in the journal Science Advances. "Understanding the ice flow is very important for the prediction of the future melt from Greenland," said …

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Ocasio-Cortez, Sanders call for mobilization for climate change, seeking a repeat of the failed Green New Deal

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Bernie Sanders will introduce a resolution on Tuesday calling for a climate change emergency after the Green New Deal did not come into force earlier this year. Supportive resolution too The Oregon MP, Earl Blumenauer, will call for a comprehensive mobilization to fight the emergency and restore the climate "for future generations". The global warming …

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Siberia's Pleistocene Park: Bring back parts of the Ice Age to fight climate change – 60 minutes

Arctic temperatures continue to heat up twice as fast as in the rest of the world; This emerges from the recent climate report of the US government. The last five years in the Arctic were the warmest since records began in 1900. Decades ago, an eccentric Russian geophysicist warned that frozen soil, called permafrost, contained enough greenhouse gas to endanger …

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Greenland Ice Sheet: The largest unknown in climate science

Jon Gertner Jon Gertner is a journalist and historian whose stories about science, technology and nature have appeared in numerous national magazines. Since 2003 he works mainly as a feature writer for the New York Times Magazine. His first book, The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation, was a bestseller by the New York Times. …

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Democrats make mistakes in terms of climate and wages in the debate

WASHINGTON (AP) – This was not a Trump rally. Ten Democrats launched the presidential debate with a sober portrayal of politics that included some missteps in climate change, the economy, and more, but no whoppers. The Democrats spoke Wednesday night and when they went astray and bolts whose claims are largely checked out. But not always. A look at the …

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Climate change devastates Florida as Democratic candidates enter the debate phase

Unlike previous primaries, many Democratic candidates treat the climate crisis as an important campaign issue. Many leading Democrats have stated that they have supported the Green New Deal, an ambitious and comprehensive set of policy proposals to combat climate change, or have proposed similar plans. RELATED: This is what Elizabeth Warren, Beto O & Rourke and others are aiming at …

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Learn how AI can help combat climate change

The recent AI renaissance has been asking many how this technology can help one of the biggest threats to humanity: climate change. A new research paper, authored by some of the area's best-known thinkers, will answer this question and give a series of examples of how machine learning can help prevent human destruction. The proposed use cases range from the …

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