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World Meteorological Day 2022

Floods, extreme precipitation, droughts and melting glaciers: many of the major signs of climate change involve water. On this year's World Meteorological Day, the United Nations Meteorological Agency (WMO) is reinforcing the World Water Day message by focusing on the…

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Mal’aria 2022 Dossier

Air pollution emergency in Italy: 2021 was also a "code red" year for many large cities in Italy, due to the high concentrations of fine particulate matter and ozone. The "Mal'aria di città 2022" report, the annual dossier on air…

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Copernicus: 2021 was the 5th warmest year ever recorded

Copernicus, the European satellite monitoring service, has recently published new data on global climate and temperatures, showing that the last seven years have been the hottest on record at global level. In particular, last year ranked 5th, with values slightly…

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Atmospheric methane is turned into fish food

Researchers at Stanford University have studied an innovative process that could partly contribute to reducing atmospheric methane: a system of bioreactors containing bacteria fed with methane taken from the atmosphere, oxygen and other nutrients that can provide a protein food…

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Main sources of PM2.5 emissions mapped for 150 European cities

In many European cities, poor air quality and exceeding the limit values for air pollutants are everyday problems. In particular, particulate matter (PM 10 and PM 2.5) is of greater health interest than other pollutants because it is associated with…

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Cop26 kicks off in Glasgow

Sunday 31 October saw the start of the COP26, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, attended by delegates from nearly 200 countries around the world, with the aim of committing to shared initiatives to combat climate change. The meeting…

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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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