How Comedy Can Connect People to Climate Change: Insights from Scientist and Comedian Collaboration

It’s easier to convey the catastrophe while laughing Scientists can judge, analyze and explain the world. But that doesn’t mean the rest of us are listening. People involved in communicating climate change repeatedly say that we need a mix of sober (and often bleak) science and more personal or hopeful narratives. Maybe even a laugh … Read more

The Devastating Toll of Malaria: How a Single Business Decision Worsened the Fight

The Devastating Toll of Malaria: How a Single Business Decision Worsened the Fight

The World Struggles Against Malaria: The Impact of a Momentous Business Decision A Silent Battle with Severe Consequences Amidst the burgeoning fight against malaria, a relentless and devastating disease primarily afflicting Asia and Africa, a grim reality emerges. Even the developed nations, such as the United States, are not immune to its growing menace. Surprisingly, … Read more

Migration: Biggest threat from Russia, MSC survey shows – 2024-02-18 00:12:08

Migration: Biggest threat from Russia, MSC survey shows
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The world in 2024 is characterized by “increasing geopolitical tensions and economic uncertainty.” This is the conclusion reached by Christoph Heusgenthe chairman of the Munich Security Conference (MSC), in the news exhibition security for the Conference, which opens its doors today, Friday (16/02/2023) in the Bavarian capital and is being organized this year for the … Read more

Scientists Explore the Idea of a ‘Floating Umbrella’ to Counter Global Warming

Scientists Explore the Idea of a ‘Floating Umbrella’ to Counter Global Warming

Temperatures continue to break records. According to measurements of the European Union’s (EU) Copernicus satellite monitoring system, January 2024 was recorded as the ‘hottest January’ ever recorded. ADVERTISING To counter global warming, the idea of ​​a ‘floating umbrella between the Sun and the Earth’ is becoming an increasingly common argument in the scientific world. Scientists … Read more

Europe Witnesses Record High Temperatures in January: Climate Scientists Raise Concerns

Europe Witnesses Record High Temperatures in January: Climate Scientists Raise Concerns

AFPBut little snow in Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the end of January NOS Nieuws•vandaag, 20:20 Last month was the warmest January on record, breaking heat records for eight months in a row. It is also the first time that the often mentioned 1.5 degree warming from the Paris climate agreement has been exceeded for a whole year … Read more

Why International Climate Conferences Are Failing and What We Should Do Instead: The Case for Narrower Binding Agreements

Why International Climate Conferences Are Failing and What We Should Do Instead: The Case for Narrower Binding Agreements

Instead of focusing heavily on international climate conferences, which require unanimous support, and relying on voluntary commitments that ultimately have little impact on emissions, policymakers should pursue narrower binding agreements. We already know that this strategy works and is scalable. Mere observers of the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai could be … Read more