Namibia on Monday commenced work on establishing the world’s first green iron project, a N$600-million investment that is a partnership between the German Ministry of Economy and Climate Action, the Namibian government, and other European stakeholders.
The Plant, which is being built near Arandis, will use renewable energy to produce iron based…Read More
Some leaves in tropical forests from South America to South East Asia are getting so hot they may no longer be able to photosynthesize. https://t.co/HcCkuyqzoA
Climate change alert 🚨
“Morgan Stanley estimated in a report last year that at least 44% of wheat, 43% of rice, 32% of maize and 17% of soyabean production comes from at-risk areas. Climate change-induced disasters could put at least $314bn of annual production in jeopardy”
Amid brutal heat waves this summer, Earth’s oceans are the hottest they have been in modern history, by an unusually wide margin. The planet’s average sea surface temperature spiked to a record high in April, and the ocean has remained exceptionally warm ever since. In July, widespread marine heat waves drove temperatures back up to nea…Read More
The extreme weather engulfing Europe has sent temperatures in southern parts of the continent to record highs, worsened wildfires and brought thunderous storms to the Balkans.
Temperatures as high as 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius) were forecast in the hottest areas after an anticyclone moved into the region from North Africa and…Read More
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