The largest organism on Earth lives in the USA: its mass is 6000 tons.

In the Wasatch Mountains of the western United States, on the slopes above a lake fed by springs, there is a single giant organism that provides an entire ecosystem that plants and animals have relied on for thousands of years. Now this organism is going through hard times. Science Alert said ...

Book presentation on climate change and Russia

Russia will be one of the countries most affected by climate change. No major power is more economically dependent on the export of hydrocarbons; at the same time, two-thirds of Russia's territory is located in the Arctic north, where the melting of permafrost is already causing increasing damage. ...

The number of carnivorous bacteria has increased in the waters of the United States: contact with them is deadly

The amount of coastal waters that can harbor harmful Vibrio bacteria has increased by 56%. One of the species is carnivores, according to INSIDER. Rising sea temperatures are expanding the habitat of the Vibrio bacteria found in warm brackish water. The share of the coastline on which ...

Scientists warn: all modern youth will face a difficult life due to heat and cataclysms

An unprecedented number of cataclysms and extreme heat - this will become a reality for all inhabitants of the Earth, who are not yet 40 years old. The Cursor Info edition spoke in more detail. Wimm Thierry, a climatologist at the University of Brussels, believes that children born this year are expected to be sevenfold ...

Heat will lead to an outbreak of climate migration: 200 million people will move

By 2050, climate change could displace 200 million people, AP News reports. Climate change could push more than 200 million people to leave their homes over the next three decades and create migration hotspots, ...

July 2021 was the hottest month in human history: it will get worse from now on

It was a summer of sweltering heat and raging forest fires, which is now officially confirmed: July 2021 was the hottest month on Earth since the start of record keeping. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) called it "an unenviable situation" and ...

Earth is heating up inexorably: July 2021 broke almost all temperature records

If there was a global warming Olympiad, then this summer would definitely take a prize-winning place. It not only broke a lot of records, but also proved that the planet is heating up inexorably. Writes about this BBC. July 2021 became the third among the most ...

It's getting hot: climate norms have officially changed in the United States

New climate norms, published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Tuesday, May 4, show that the weather in the United States is getting warmer, writes CNN. A current dataset of rates that represent average temperature, humidity and rainfall since ...

Climate change art show

Earth Action Initiative and MUSA are presenting a series of art shows based on the idea that art helps to understand climate change and inspire action to combat it. If you are not indifferent to the fate of humanity and the planet, then you can ...

Due to climate change, summer in the future could last six months

Due to climate change, summer is getting longer and winter, spring and autumn are shorter. Scientists predict that by 2100 the duration of summer in the Northern Hemisphere can reach up to 6 months, the rest of the time - other seasons, writes “Voice of America”. Such results of the new ...

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