World is fast losing its cool: Polar regions in deep trouble, say scientists

World is fast losing its cool: Polar regions in deep trouble, say scientists

As delegates from 197 member states convened in Madrid, Spain, last month for the twenty-fifth annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 25) the world’s polar scientists sounded the alarm in a new report over the rapidly changing Arctic and Antarctic regions. In the last decade alone, the Arctic warmed 0.75 degrees Celsius (1.35 degrees […]

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Hundreds of Critically Endangered Baby Turtles Continue to Get Stranded Every Year in Cape Cod Bay due to Warming Waters

Hundreds of Critically Endangered Baby Turtles Continue to Get Stranded Every Year in Cape Cod Bay due to Warming Waters

Global warming is affecting sea turtles, who are getting stranded on beaches close to Cape Cod. Sea turtles get stranded up in the area due to warming waters. A 2019 paper linked warmer waters in the Gulf of Maine to “cold-stunned” sea turtles in Cape Cod Bay. According to Mass Audubon,the warmer waters lure the […]

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Report Shows Rising Temperatures Will Lead to Extinction of Two-Thirds of America’s Bird Population

The National Audubon Society released a new report on the fate of birds in our warming climate. If global warming reaches levels of 5.4 degrees by 2100, two-thirds of America’s birds will be vulnerable to extinction. This comes after a study that was released in September that said North America’s bird population had declined by […]

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Panthera: At least 500 jaguars lost their lives or habitat in Amazon fires

The fires ravaging the Amazon forest in Brazil and Bolivia this year have burned key habitats of at least 500 adult, resident jaguars as of Sept. 17, rendering them dead or homeless, say experts at Panthera, the global wild cat conservation organization. “The number of homeless or dead jaguars has undoubtedly increased since Panthera’s estimate […]

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