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Even with the COVID-19 lockdown pulling the brakes on economies, CO2 emission hit a new record in May
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Even with the COVID-19 lockdown pulling the brakes on economies, CO2 emission hit a new record in May

Carbon dioxide recorded at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii reached 417 parts per million in May, higher than the record of 414.8 ppm set last year.

Ozone layer is recovering, thanks to climate change treaty signed over 30 years ago, finds study
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Ozone layer is recovering, thanks to climate change treaty signed over 30 years ago, finds study

Earth’s ozone layer, responsible for protecting the planet from Sun’s ultraviolet rays, has been healing and might even fully recover, a recent study has revealed

Corals of Great Barrier Reef to face a period of heat-induced mass coral bleaching
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Corals of Great Barrier Reef to face a period of heat-induced mass coral bleaching

The 345,400 sq km World Heritage-listed coral network has been devastated by four coral bleaching events since 1998.

Earth has a fever: 2010 was the hottest decade ever measured in the past 11,500 years
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Earth has a fever: 2010 was the hottest decade ever measured in the past 11,500 years

scientists said they see no end to the way man-made climate change keeps shattering records.

Global warming: October 2019 might have been second-hottest month in the second-hottest year on record
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Global warming: October 2019 might have been second-hottest month in the second-hottest year on record

The report comes after numerous similar studies of monthly global temperatures that show Earth's climate has warmed steadily.

Humankind needs to rescue the oceans to rescue itself, scientists warns in UN IPCC Oceans report
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Humankind needs to rescue the oceans to rescue itself, scientists warns in UN IPCC Oceans report

Halting global warming, won't stop the major changes underway in the world's oceans, but will buy time to understand future impacts and how to adapt.

You can't stop a hurricane by nuking it, Donald Trump; here's why
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You can't stop a hurricane by nuking it, Donald Trump; here's why

Who's ready to say goodbye to days, possibly weeks, of electricity to lend the hurricane police a hand?

Donald Trump suggested nuking hurricanes before they made landfall on American soil, claims report
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Donald Trump suggested nuking hurricanes before they made landfall on American soil, claims report

US President Donald Trump suggested dropping nuclear bombs on hurricanes before they made landfall in the United States, Axios reported Sunday

Olden east coast cities in the US are letting out methane into the atmosphere
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Olden east coast cities in the US are letting out methane into the atmosphere

scientists calculated as much as nine times more natural gas was being released than previously estimated.

AI tool predicts extreme weather correctly from cloud patterns 99 percent of the time
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AI tool predicts extreme weather correctly from cloud patterns 99 percent of the time

The AI outperforms other weather-detecting methods by accurately predicting 64% of severe weather events.

Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology puts India on world stage for climate predictions, projections
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Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology puts India on world stage for climate predictions, projections

For a country like India, whose lifeline is the monsoon, IITM-Pune is a jewel in its crown.

Carbon dioxide levels reach record high after having crossed safe levels in 1950s
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Carbon dioxide levels reach record high after having crossed safe levels in 1950s

The last time CO2 levels were as high was 3 million years ago, when Antarctica was covered in forests.

Rare footage of positive lightning captured by Florida woman cribbing about weather
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Rare footage of positive lightning captured by Florida woman cribbing about weather

The positive lightning struck when she least expected, just like lightning usually does!

Cyclone Fani from Space: Satellite images show fearsome wrath of the severe storm
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Cyclone Fani from Space: Satellite images show fearsome wrath of the severe storm

Fani's fearsome power was caught in action by a network of weather satellites that kept a keen eye on it.

Mysterious killer whales seen off the coast of Chile could be a new species
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Mysterious killer whales seen off the coast of Chile could be a new species

Samples collected from the whales will decide if its different pattern & shape are new to science.

Unexpected warming experienced at unusual times, places in Earth's polar regions
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Unexpected warming experienced at unusual times, places in Earth's polar regions

The NOAA released its annual Arctic report detailing the second warmest year on record in Arctic.

Arctic Report Card details effect of record melting on global environmental changes
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Arctic Report Card details effect of record melting on global environmental changes

The Arctic report, in its 13th edition, explains changes, impacts of melting on the ecosystem & marine life.

Declining levels of depleting chemicals prevent ozone hole from becoming larger
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Declining levels of depleting chemicals prevent ozone hole from becoming larger

According to NASA, the annual ozone hole reached an average area coverage of 22.9 square km in 2018.

Administration clueless as tar balls wash up along India’s western coast; experts claim it's a deep, recurring problem
India

Administration clueless as tar balls wash up along India’s western coast; experts claim it's a deep, recurring problem

Even though Central Board of Pollution Control claims that there has been no oil spill along India's western coast, tar balls are not only more excessive than previous years, they are also bigger in size, with beaches from Southern Gujarat, Daman and now even Mumbai’s coastline being covered with waxy formations lending the air a distinctly oily smell

Monsoon modeling is not like the 'blind men and elephant' story
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Monsoon modeling is not like the 'blind men and elephant' story

The monsoon circulation over the Indian Ocean and Indian subcontinent is such that when the air rises over the ocean, it tends to sink over the land.