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The Arctic is warming up four times faster

The planet is warming due to the greenhouse effect—this is now clear to all of us. What is less well known is that the planet does not warm evenly since there are areas where the temperature rise is greater than…

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Climate and the Earth’s volcanoes

We know that the chief greenhouse gas is carbon dioxide. We also know that the greenhouse effect is the cause of global warming. But where does the carbon dioxide come from? CO2 is a gas that is essential for life.…

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How did Cop26 end?

On Saturday afternoon in Glasgow, representatives of more than 200 countries attending the COP26 United Nations climate change conference reached a final agreement on shared commitments and strategies to combat global warming. The conference was supposed to end on Friday…

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Cop26, the calendar for the climate conference

1 November was the first day of the summit, the opening ceremony of which began with a speech by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. This was followed by statements from world leaders on their climate action. World leaders then began…

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Geo-engineering: a contribution to mitigate climate change?

Climate change is a fact. And the role of man in determining such change is scientifically established. Normally depicted by images of advancing desertification, hurricanes destroying the coats or melting glaciers, climate change is nowadays mostly dealt with in terms…

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Lightning

Help! a storm! Man has always been afraid of lightning, in fact in the past lightning was considered a sign of the anger of the gods, but in reality, even though lightning may seem an exemplary punishment, the possibility of…

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Summer wind

A sixteen-year-old Swedish girl is braving the wind, cold and rain to take her protest against the changing climate onto the streets. She does so with large placards on which she writes harsh words with a felt-tipped pen denouncing the…

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Tornadoes and waterspouts: phenomena that (also) occur in Italy

When we talk about tornadoes, our thoughts immediately go to the immense American plains and the area known as “tornado alley”, a vast corridor extending over several states in the central region of the USA, where tornadoes very frequently form.…

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Climate changes, natural disasters and refugees

One person every second. This is the rate at which – on average from 2008 to 2014 all over the world – natural disasters like hurricanes, flooding and earthquakes have forced an increasingly large number of people to flee their…

 
 
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