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A huge Syrian oil spill spreads across the Mediterranean & expected to reach the island of Cyprus – environmental disaster for the ocean life

The Syrian oil spill is growing and spreading across the Mediterranean Sea and expected to reach the island of Cyprus.  Syrian officials said and acknowledged …

Ida hit Louisiana and New Orleans really hard with over a million people without power, heavy rain, storm surge and caused so much flooding in Louisiana, New Orleans, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland

With recent Hurricane Henri lashes the U.S. East Coast with fierce winds and heavy rains. Then, now Ida made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane. …

Climate change caused the Middle East region to run out of fresh water and some parts are not sustainable for humans and all living things

Unbearable heat waves with extreme drought and temperatures so high that they are barely fit for human life and all living things in the Middle …

Hurricane Henri lashes the U.S. East Coast with fierce winds and heavy rains. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency as Hurricane Henri heads to the Northeast coast.

The National Hurricane Center said that it threatened to hit the region with strong winds and heavy rains. It will cause a life threatening situation …

Normally snow in Greenland on the top of the ice sheet but we see heaviest rainfall in Greenland instead for the first time since 1950 or over 71 years

Scientists believe this is evidence of climate change and so that Greenland is warming so rapidly without any warning of the heaviest rainfall. Suddenly, temperatures …

Not only Carbon Dioxide but Methane (CH4) Emissions is a part of the greenhouse gas, which caused 0.5 degrees Celsius and 0.75 degrees Celsius from CO2 in climate change

For many years, scientists believed that only carbon dioxide is the main cause of climate change.  They found that the second-most emitted greenhouse gas on …

The UN reports to learn that the Earth has been warming because Antarctica is changing fast, which could be catastrophic for the world and for all living things

Antarctica registered a record-high temperature of 18.3 degrees Celsius, or nearly 65 degrees Fahrenheit. The World Meteorological Organization believed that the record is consistent with …