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Starlings, climate and Nobel prizes

The Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to two climatologists and one physicist. Syukuro Manabe, a naturalised Japanese-American, has studied how the increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is responsible for the rise in the…

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Record CO2 from summer fires in the northern hemisphere

The summer fires that impacted several countries, especially in the northern hemisphere, left a visible mark not only on the earth's surface but also in the atmosphere. The European Atmosphere Monitoring Agency – Copernicus atmosphere monitoring service (CAMS) – found…

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Air quality: new WHO guidelines

In recent days, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has published the new Global Air Quality Guidelines (AQGs), which set new limits for air quality. The new WHO guidelines recommend stricter limits (compared to the levels set in 2005) for six…

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World Ozone Day

The ozone hole this year has reached an extension greater than that of Antarctica, one of the widest and deepest in recent years: this is shown by the observations of the Sentinel 5P satellite, one of the Earth sentinels in…

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July has been the hottest month in 142 years

If we were to go back 142 years we would not find a July as hot as this year's. In fact, since we began regularly monitoring the temperature of our Planet, there have never been temperatures as high in July…

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Draft of the next IPCC report on climate published

The draft of the next report by the IPCC – the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – is clear: a rise in global warming to above the limit set by the Paris Agreement on climate would have "irreversible impacts…

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A new study explains how the Earth’s energy balance is changing

The Earth's climate is based on a delicate balance between the incoming energy, arriving from the Sun mainly in the form of light, and the outgoing energy, radiated from the Earth into space in the form of heat (infra-red thermal…

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The Fabbrica dell’Aria (Air Factory), an indoor air bio-filtration project

Plants can be valuable allies and provide possible solutions to air pollution, at least in indoors. Plants have an extraordinary ability to remove pollutants from the environment. They can, for example, depollute soil and water and are able to purify…

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World Meteorology Day 2021

23 March is the World Meteorology Day. This, in fact, an important day for meteorology, since on 23 March 1950 the Convention that established the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) came into force. The WMO is an intergovernmental organisation comprising 189…

 
 
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