Top news of the week: 14.04.2020.

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Future Of Climate

On Apr 9, 2020
@SEIclimate shared
A look into how climate change denialism in the United States may "have paved the way for denial of #COVID19 by many on the right": https://t.co/O8rzopwqfX via @insideclimate
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Decades of Science Denial Related to Climate Change has Led to Denial of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Decades of Science Denial Related to Climate Change has Led to Denial of the Coronavirus Pandemic

After the fossil fuel industry spent hundreds of millions of dollars undermining climate science, it’s easy to see how epidemiology came next.

On Apr 8, 2020
@Revkin shared
RT @TedNordhaus: Good Fred Pearce in @YaleE360 on optimistic and pessimistic takes on the fallout from Covid crisis on climate politics and economics, featuring @TheBTI @hausfath @wang_seaver @atrembath and me. https://t.co/EEbrB4c0AW
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After the Coronavirus, Two Sharply Divergent Paths on Climate

After the Coronavirus, Two Sharply Divergent Paths on Climate

Some policy experts are optimistic that victory over the coronavirus will instill greater appreciation for what government, science, and business can do to tackle climate change. But others ...

On Apr 13, 2020
@ClimateTracking shared
Swift global action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could prevent the “abrupt” collapse of ecosystems, which may otherwise begin within the next few decades, a study finds. https://t.co/INlRFXlrOV
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Deep emissions cuts this decade could prevent ‘abrupt ecological collapse’

Deep emissions cuts this decade could prevent ‘abrupt ecological collapse’

Swift global action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could prevent the “abrupt” ecological collapse, which may otherwise begin within the next few decades, a study finds.

On Apr 7, 2020
@ClimateNexus shared
In a race against global warming, robins are migrating earlier. https://t.co/Y63IHF6EIv via @insideclimate https://t.co/M3f1WdIG3D
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In a Race Against Global Warming, Robins Are Migrating Earlier

In a Race Against Global Warming, Robins Are Migrating Earlier

A new tracking study suggests the birds are responding to the dwindling snow cover on their migratory flight path.

On Apr 13, 2020
@ClimateReality shared
We need systemic change, not climate change. https://t.co/zOlKzcLLKq
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This professor wants you to give up your climate guilt

This professor wants you to give up your climate guilt

Poli sci professor Leah Stokes explains why, when it comes to climate change, it’s actually not all about you.

On Apr 10, 2020
@WRIClimate shared
Ecosystems may collapse abruptly even this decade, a new study warns, as key species reach their limits in a warming climate. https://t.co/gIlg7l3n2u #ActOnClimate
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Unchecked Global Warming Could Collapse Whole Ecosystems, Maybe Within 10 Years

Unchecked Global Warming Could Collapse Whole Ecosystems, Maybe Within 10 Years

A new study shows that as rising heat drives some key species extinct, it will affect other species, as well, in a domino effect.

On Apr 10, 2020
@WorldResources shared
Climate change affects food production in many regions. Hear from experts in the field as they discuss their latest research on low-carbon transformation to enhance #NDCs in the sector. Sign up here ➡️ https://t.co/5RaIOjCCmL https://t.co/HtyWtvx0sw
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Webinar: Enhancing NDCs in the Agriculture Sector

Webinar: Enhancing NDCs in the Agriculture Sector

In this webinar, experts from the Climate and Clean Air Coalition, FAO and Oxfam will share their latest research on supporting low-carbon transformation in the agriculture sector through ...

On Apr 10, 2020
@meganrowling shared
RT @ECIU_UK: Mass groundings of flights caused by coronavirus give scientists rare chance to study plane-free skies and pin down how far aviation stokes global warming: https://t.co/y3eWprnlYn by @alisterdoyle
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Coronavirus: plane-free skies spur research into warming impact of aviation

Coronavirus: plane-free skies spur research into warming impact of aviation

As the Covid-19 pandemic response hits air traffic, scientists seize the opportunity to study how planes' contrails trap heat in the atmosphere