Global warming and gender equality are the priorities of Ursula von der Leyen

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Ursula Gertrud von der Leyen (born Albrecht, on October 8, 1958) is a German politician and elected president of the European Commission. She was Germany’s Defense Minister from 2013 to 2019. Member of the center-right Christian Democratic Union (CDU), she … Read More

Consequences of global warming in economy, health and geopolitics

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Access to the Arctic Ocean A decrease in Arctic polar ice has opened up new trade routes for ships, and would make undersea resources of oil or raw materials accessible, but with adverse consequences for many species, such as plankton … Read More

Human consequences of global warming (1) – Agriculture

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Faced with global warming, the American Academy of Sciences notes, in a 2002 report: “It is important not to adopt a fatalistic attitude in the face of the threats posed by climate change. (…) Societies have had to deal with … Read More

Consequences of global warming on man and the biosphere

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Beyond the direct physical and climatic consequences of global warming, it will affect ecosystems, especially by modifying biodiversity. Scientists are beginning to propose relatively reliable projections of the future of biodiversity based on 5 determinants: habitat degradation and destruction, climate … Read More

Expected environmental consequences of global warming (1)

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Models used to predict future global warming can also be used to simulate the consequences of this warming on other physical parameters of the Earth, such as ice caps, precipitation, or sea levels. In this area, a number of consequences … Read More

Climate projections – Climate models for global warming

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In the fifth IPCC report, a climate projection is defined as the climate response to a greenhouse gas and aerosol concentration emission scenario. These projections are simulations obtained from numerical models. They depend heavily on the scenario of gas emission … Read More

Most likely cause for global warming

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(The Earth Simulator supercomputer helped study the origin of global warming. ) According to the findings of the 2001 IPCC scientists’ report, the most likely cause of this warming in the second half of the twentieth century would be “anthropogenic … Read More

Global warming: Hypothesis of an additional greenhouse effect

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(Temperature variation, solar activity and CO2 concentration. ) The greenhouse effect is a natural phenomenon: part of the infrared radiation emitted by the Earth to the Earth’s atmosphere remains trapped by the so-called “greenhouse gases”, thus increasing the temperature of … Read More

Effects of global warming on weather and oceans

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Tropical cyclones (Evolution of tropical storms (in blue), hurricanes (in green) and major hurricanes (category 3) (in red), in the North Atlantic.) The scientific consensus in the 2007 IPCC report is that the intensity of tropical cyclones is likely to … Read More

Effects of global warming on Earth geophysics, agriculture and and biodiversity

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Geophysical and seismic effects  (Projections of global mean sea level rise by Parris and others. Probabilities have not been assigned to these projections. Therefore, none of these projections should be interpreted as a “best estimate” of future sea level rise. … Read More

Global warming: Polar ice caps, permafrost thaw and retreat of mountain glaciers

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Polar ice caps The mass results of polar ice caps in Antarctica and Greenland has been negative for the past decade, although some parts of Antarctica are thickening as a result of increased snowfall. Mass loss occurs in coastal areas … Read More

Global warming: Melting of sea ice

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 (2005 and 2007 had minimum records of Arctic sea ice extent. 10 years later (2017) Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska warming worsened, no sea ​​ice recovery) Several studies indicate that sea ice is shrinking. The surface of the sea … Read More

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