Threats from the Far North Melting Arctic is a time bomb for the planet and human health

Threats from the Far North

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On May 29th, the tank of a Russian mining group installed on the frozen ground of Arctic Siberia saw its pillars break, releasing 21,000 tons of diesel into the wilderness. The cause of this ecological disaster is attributed to the melting of the permafrost, the permanently frozen ground.

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After the coronavirus, the heat wave?

After the coronavirus, the heat wave?

While we were well confined, in fear that a nasty virus would send us ad patres, global warming was quietly continuing its progression. We didn't realize it too much, deprived of the freedom to go outside, but the thermometer showed, in this month of April, some

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Can we flatten the climate curve?

Can we flatten the climate curve?

What a great learning moment we are currently living through! The coronavirus crisis brings us a lot of experiences that we could build on. We have learned about the "flattening of the curve" of the pandemic. Why not take advantage of this experience and the concepts that have emerged from it?

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the greenpeace campaign that disturbs

Greenpeace's forbidden advertising

"This Greenpeace advertisement was banned from the Paris metro and cinema networks. The NGO wanted once again to denounce the inaction of political leaders in the face of the climate emergency. In its press release, Greenpeace reports that the statement was judged "to have been made by the court of justice".

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How are we going to live in the "urban furnaces"?

How are we going to live in the cities of the South of France if new climatic furnaces develop, as in 2019, endangering life? 2019 was the year of climatic awakening. Montpellier, Marseille, Toulouse, Narbonne, Nîmes... So many southern cities in which the inhabitants are active, active, active, active, active...

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Will Australia's mega-fires have an impact on the global climate?

Will Australia's mega-fires have an impact on the global climate?

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The whole world is stunned by the images of the giant fires ravaging Australia. Their scale would almost make the fires in California, Russia and even the Amazon almost insignificant compared to the "Monster", the mega fire that is currently raging. The damage caused locally is considerable and still far from being quantified, in particular to

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weather and climate

How the climate crisis has become our daily life

For at least forty years, scientists have been alerting the world to the climate crisis. They have long preached in the desert like prophets of bad news. But things have changed. And the year 2019, in particular, has marked a turning point. The climate crisis is now part of our daily lives. Every

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Can Europe get us out of the COP impasse?

At the opening of COP 25, we are once again given the same curves, modern variations of the sign hanging in the hairdresser's shop: tomorrow we shave for free. Only one region of the world combines the potential to transcend national sovereignty, the capacity for creativity, the capacity for innovation and the ability to create, all in one place.

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