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Antarctica and climate change

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Antarctica and climate change

Introduction According to the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report, human activities have been the dominant driver of global climate change since the mid-20th century. Antarctica, and the Southern Ocean that surrounds … The post Antarctica and climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Penguins and climate change

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Penguins and climate change

Introduction Reports suggest that climate change is putting some penguin species in peril. Scientists at British Antarctic Survey investigating long-term changes in penguin populations report what’s happening to these iconic … The post Penguins and climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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CEENRG Thursday seminars: ‘The challenge of climate change in international and European law’

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Speaker: Karla Zambrano González (University of Valencia, Spain) She is an EU Climate Pact Ambassador and PhD candidate at University of Valencia, Spain. Her research is entitled: “The challenge of climate change in international and European law” and it is being conducted by Prof. Dr. Valentín Bou Franch. Her principal…

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Opinion: Any plans to dim the Sun and cool the Earth must be led by those most affected by climate change

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Opinion: Any plans to dim the Sun and cool the Earth must be led by those most affected by climate change

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Report highlights impact of changes in Antarctica

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Report highlights impact of changes in Antarctica

A new report published today (Tuesday 24 May) sends a strong message to countries responsible for Antarctic governance meeting this week in Berlin, that there’s a need for urgent action on minimising climate change impacts in Antarctica and their far-reaching global consequences. The post Report highlights impact of changes in Antarctica appeared first on British…

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Fungal diversity in a sediment core from climate change impacted Boeckella Lake, Hope Bay, north-eastern Antarctic Peninsula assessed using metabarcoding

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The post Fungal diversity in a sediment core from climate change impacted Boeckella Lake, Hope Bay, north-eastern Antarctic Peninsula assessed using metabarcoding appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Study sets course for crucial research on Himalayan waters

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Study sets course for crucial research on Himalayan waters

A new study featuring contributions from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) scientists has identified 100 pressing research questions on climate change and water resources in the Upper Indus Basin (UIB) that must be answered to protect the communities that live there. The post Study sets course for crucial research on Himalayan waters appeared first on British…

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Localized impacts and economic implications from high temperature disruption days under climate change

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The post Localized impacts and economic implications from high temperature disruption days under climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Knowledge Priorities on Climate Change and Water in the Upper Indus Basin: A Horizon Scanning Exercise to Identify the Top 100 Research Questions in Social and Natural Sciences

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The post Knowledge Priorities on Climate Change and Water in the Upper Indus Basin: A Horizon Scanning Exercise to Identify the Top 100 Research Questions in Social and Natural Sciences appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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CELS Supported Evening Lecture: ‘Climate Change Litigation against Companies: Consequences of the 2021 Judgment in the Shell Case’

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Title: ‘Climate Change Litigation against Companies: Consequences of the 2021 Judgment in the Shell Case’ Speaker: Professor Dr Marc-Philippe Weller, Vice-Rector for Internal Affairs and Director of the Institute for Comparative Law, Conflict of Laws, and International Business Law, Heidelberg University. He is also co-…

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