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Could the ‘Mangrove Effect’ Save Coasts From Sea Level Rise – Olivia Rosane

When it comes to climate change and sea level rise, the news has been generally bad for communities on the U.S. Southeast coast. Florida is set to lose more than 10 percent of its homes by 2100, and five southern states have already lost $7.4 billion in home values.But one study conducted by biologists at … Continue reading Could the ‘Mangrove Effect’ Save Coasts From Sea Level Rise – Olivia Rosane

Climate Change Can Be Stopped by Turning Air Into Gasoline – Robinson Meyer

A team of scientists from Harvard University and the company Carbon Engineering announced on Thursday that they have found a method to cheaply and directly pull carbon-dioxide pollution out of the atmosphere. If their technique is successfully implemented at scale, it could transform how humanity thinks about the problem of climate change. It could give … Continue reading Climate Change Can Be Stopped by Turning Air Into Gasoline – Robinson Meyer

Hurricane Florence Triggers Coal Ash Spill, Cuts Power to Millions – Gavin Bade

The amount of coal ash released from the Sutton plant is relatively small compared to major spills, but it underscores the inherent risks of storing the waste product in close proximity to waterways and local communities. Coal ash, created by burning coal for electricity generation, contains heavy metals like mercury and lead known to be … Continue reading Hurricane Florence Triggers Coal Ash Spill, Cuts Power to Millions – Gavin Bade

Typhoon Mangkhut Officially Hong Kong’s Most Intense Storm Since Records Began – Tony Cheung

https://youtu.be/qgrtJDHS-sc The most intense storm in Hong Kong’s history caused a record storm surge, uprooted some 1,500 trees, and left hundreds of windows smashed all over the city, officials said on Monday. As the long process of recovering from Typhoon Mangkhut began in earnest, Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu called the damage “serious and … Continue reading Typhoon Mangkhut Officially Hong Kong’s Most Intense Storm Since Records Began – Tony Cheung

Inside the National Weather Service, the Digital Eye of Hurricane Florence – Doug Bock Clark

A little after 7 P.M. on Thursday, Phil Badgett, a lead forecaster for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), monitored Hurricane Florence from a field office in Raleigh, North Carolina’s inland capital. Depicted across his four computer screens by the region’s Doppler radar, the storm looked like a colossal sawblade, its green and yellow … Continue reading Inside the National Weather Service, the Digital Eye of Hurricane Florence – Doug Bock Clark

Hurricane Florence begins lashing North Carolina : Dont risk your life riding out a monster storm

Via: https://www.yahoo.com/gma/hurricane-florence-deliver-life-threatening-surges-rain-despite-092306390--abc-news-topstories.html?soc_src=newsroom&soc_trk=com.apple.UIKit.activity.CopyToPasteboard&.tsrc=newsroom   Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill our future research and endeavors – Thank you https://www.paypal.me/ahamidian  

Sea Ice Retreat Could Lead to Rapid Overfishing in the Arctic – Hannah Hoag

The Arctic Ocean has long been the least accessible of the world’s major oceans. But as climate change warms the Arctic twice as fast as anywhere else, the thick sea ice that once made it so forbidding is now beating a hasty retreat. Since 1979, when scientists began using satellites to track changes in the … Continue reading Sea Ice Retreat Could Lead to Rapid Overfishing in the Arctic – Hannah Hoag

With massive Hurricane Florence Approaching, a million People are Urged to Evacuate – Reuters

South Carolina on Monday ordered an estimated 1 million people to evacuate its coast as the state and neighboring North Carolina brace for a hit from Hurricane Florence, the most powerful storm to take aim at the US mainland this year. The storm had winds of 130 miles per hour and was due to gain strength … Continue reading With massive Hurricane Florence Approaching, a million People are Urged to Evacuate – Reuters

Floating Trash Collector Set to Tackle Pacific Garbage Patch – Laura Parker

The campaign to rid the world’s oceans of plastic trash marks a turning point on Saturday as a giant, floating trash-collector steams out of San Francisco on a mission to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Over the course of the next year, the device will undergo the ultimate tests and face some tough … Continue reading Floating Trash Collector Set to Tackle Pacific Garbage Patch – Laura Parker

How Drones could change Future of Fighting Wildfires – The Futurist

https://youtu.be/lEuoUaGCMmQ Dangerous conditions in California are forcing some departments to look for alternative ways to combat raging wildfires. The Mendocino Park Fire Department is using drones to go where humans can’t. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN to explain just how much a drone can do.. Source: https://www.thefuturist.co/how-drones-could-change-future-of-fighting-wildfires/       Your kindly Donations … Continue reading How Drones could change Future of Fighting Wildfires – The Futurist

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