Climate Change

California may be due for another catastrophic episode soon: researchers warn

California may be due for another catastrophic episode soon: researchers warn

California has suffered dozens of massive, disastrous floods in its recorded history. In a 2013 article, climate scientists Lynn Ingram and Michael Dettinger wrote that a massive flood have swept through the Golden State nearly every 200 years in the past 2,000 years.

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Sea ice in Antarctica shrinks to record low

Sea ice in Antarctica shrinks to record low

Antarctica sea ice has shrunk to the smallest annual extent since the U.S. National Snow & Ice Data Center (NSIDC) started keeping record in 1979, preliminary satellite data revealed on Tuesday.

Ice floating around the Antarctica continent typically melts to its lowest level for the year near February’s end, which summer in the southern hemisphere. With the start of the autumn chill, level of ice grows again.

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Atmospheric levels of methane are on the rise: researchers warn

Atmospheric levels of methane are on the rise: researchers warn

Atmospheric levels of methane (CH4), one of the most powerful greenhouse gases, are on the rise, a team of researchers reported in an analysis published in the journal Environmental Research Letters on Sunday.

The researchers warned that methane is surging in the atmosphere after a period of comparative stagnation in the 2000s. They also warned that efforts to tackle global warming and climate change will be undermined unless efforts are made to bring methane under tighter control.

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Global warming isn’t hoax: Chinese minister says

Global warming isn’t hoax: Chinese minister says

The notion of global warming is not a hoax as suggested by president-elect Donald Trump, China’s Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin argued.

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Trump’s victory complicates global climate deal

Trump’s victory complicates global climate deal

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s victory has apparently cast doubts over the fate of the landmark Paris Agreement on climate change.

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World determined to shift to low emissions: U.N. climate chief says

World determined to shift to low emissions: U.N. climate chief says

There is no doubt that the whole world is determined to shift to a low-emission and resilient society, the United Nation’s climate chief Patricia Espinosa said during a meeting of delegates in the Moroccan city of Marrakech.

Amid uncertainty over how the U.S. presidential election will affect the landmark Paris Agreement, Espinosa told delegates that nobody can doubt that the world needs to change.

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With Paris Agreement, world moves closer to tackle climate change

With Paris Agreement, world moves closer to tackle climate change

With the landmark Paris Agreement’s adoption and implementation last Friday, the world has moved a step closer to tackle the root cause of global warming and climate change.

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Countries reach agreement to create world’s largest marine reserve

Countries reach agreement to create world’s largest marine reserve

The proposal to create the world’s largest marine reserve to protect Antarctica took a big leap forward on Friday, when Russia dropped its long-held opposition.

World leaders hail endorsement for Paris climate agreement

World leaders hail endorsement for Paris climate agreement

U.S. President Barack Obama and other world leaders have hailed the news of the endorsement for the landmark Paris pact on climate change, which will enter into force on Nov. 4, 2016.

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Combination of Human and Computer Intelligence could tackle Problems like Climate Change

Combination of Human and Computer Intelligence could tackle Problems like Climat

Joint efforts by humans and computer intelligence could solve the ‘wicked’ issues of the world. According to scientists, the two working together can possibly deal with issues such as climate change and geopolitical conflict.

There are a number of things in which humans beat machines, ranging from simple things like pattern recognition to creative abstraction. Using computers such cognitive abilities can be combined into multidimensional collaborative networks to accomplish what traditional problem-solving cannot.

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