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How China’s ‘Zero-Covid’ Policy Hinders Climate Research and Action

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How China’s ‘Zero-Covid’ Policy Hinders Climate Research and Action. The post How China’s ‘Zero-Covid’ Policy Hinders Climate Research and Action appeared first on Impakter. China is the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases on the planet. Responsible for almost 30% of global emissions, the Chinese population of 1.4

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Nixon advisers’ climate research plan: Another lost chance on the road to crisis

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In 1971, President Richard Nixon’s science advisers proposed a multimillion dollar climate change research project with benefits they said were too “immense” to be quantified, since they involved “ensuring man’s survival,” according to a White House document newly obtained by the nonprofit National Security Archive and shared … Continue reading (..)

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Combining Physical and Digital Data Collection for Citizen Science Climate Research

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Combining Physical and Digital Data Collection for Citizen Science Climate Research. and Barclay, R., Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 7(1), p.10.

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Universities must reject fossil fuel cash for climate research, say academics

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Universities must stop accepting funding from fossil fuel companies to conduct climate research, even if the research is aimed at developing green and low-carbon technology, an influential group of distinguished academics has said. Read the full story from The Guardian.

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New cloud model could help with climate research

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Ultimately, this could lead to more accurate climate modeling in the future. When clouds meet clear skies, cloud droplets evaporate as they mix with dry air. A new study has succeeded in capturing what happens in a model.

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UOW researchers awarded $7m for climate and decarbonisation projects

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Two University of Wollongong researchers have won Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellowships to support their ground-breaking climate research. The post UOW researchers awarded $7m for climate and decarbonisation projects appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Climate researchers need support to become scientist-communicators

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Scientific institutions must create roles so that researchers can provide the deep public engagement necessary to respond effectively to the escalating impacts of climate change. Read the full story in Nature.