Archive for September 10th, 2020

10/09/2020

Where Does the Heat Go?

7 September 2020 (WMO)* —  The first comprehensive assessment of where the Earth’s excess heat is accumulating has been released by the Global Climate Observing System, co-sponsored by the World Meteorological Organization, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission-UNESCO, International Science Council and United Nations Environment Programme.

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Reporting in the journal Earth System Science Data, the group of more than 30 researchers from scientific institutions around the world tracked and quantified global heat storage from 1960 to 2018 to answer the question “where does the heat go”?

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10/09/2020

United in Science Report: Climate Change Has Not Stopped for COVID19

New York/Geneva, 9 September 2020 (UN Environment)* – Climate change has not stopped for COVID19. Greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere are at record levels and continue to increase. Emissions are heading in the direction of pre-pandemic levels following a temporary decline caused by the lockdown and economic slowdown.

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The world is set to see its warmest five years on record – in a trend which is likely to continue – and is not on track to meet agreed targets to keep global temperature increase well below 2 °C or at 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels.

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10/09/2020

Plants: You Owe them Your Life


Human Wrongs Watch

Protecting plants is vital for the future of our planet – that’s why 2020 is the International Year of Plant Health*

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Plants don’t just look pretty – they are the source of 98 percent of the air we breathe and 80 percent of the food we eat. ©FAO/Giuseppe Bizzarri

(FAO)* — Plants aren’t just a nice addition to your windowsill: they are the source of 98 percent of the air we breathe and 80 percent of the food we eat. Sadly, we often forget how much we owe them. Neglecting plant health can have devastating results, not just for plants themselves, but also for humans and our environment.

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10/09/2020

Questioning Covid19: Why I Will Never Trust the Medical Establishment about Respiratory Disease. A Case History

Human Wrongs Watch

By Anita McKone*

If you are interested in finding out the truth about the Covid19 scare, you can look for information in many areas. Understanding the corporate (profit-driven) and petrochemical-based history of the medical establishment helps.

anita-sm1Being aware of the lack of scientific empirical and laboratory evidence for microbes, and microscopic particles such as viruses, causing disease helps. Being aware of other proven or highly probable causes of respiratory disease helps.

It also helps to understand the emotionally discomforting truth that terrified people who claim to be both authorities and sane will knowingly or unknowingly lie to you in order to try to get you (and their own terror) under control.

In my case, whenever I am confused or unsure about the details of information I receive from the variety of sources I investigate, I am ‘lucky’ to have a fallback position that is unequivocally clear and trustworthy.

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10/09/2020

International Literacy Day: Celebrate Educators, Invest in Learning Potential

(UN News)* — With 1.4 billion people around the world lacking basic literacy skills, the head of the UN cultural agency on Tuesday [8 September 2020] urged all those involved in learning, to mobilize the investments needed that could unleash each person’s potential.
© UNICEF/Martin Kingman | An eleven-year-old girl in Ecuador receives a study guide during the COVID-19 pandemic when schools closed.
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