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Parts of world on brink of ‘sustained heat’ beyond human tolerance decades earlier than expected, researchers warn

Parts of world on brink of ‘sustained heat’ beyond human tolerance decades earlier than expected, researchers warn

“Intolerable” heat and humidity caused by global warming had been expected in the coming decades, but now researchers have found that the crisis is already here. A new study identifies thousands of previously rare or unprecedented bouts of extreme heat and humidity are taking place now across the world in Asia, Africa, Australia, South America and North …

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Expected Topics for UPSC IAS Prelims 2020: Environment | Prelims | CSE

Expected Topics for UPSC IAS Prelims 2020: Environment | Prelims | CSE

Dr. Manishika Jain explains Expected Topics for UPSC IAS Prelims 2020: Environment | Prelims UPSC prelims preparation – https://www.doorsteptutor.com/Exams/IAS/Prelims/ Expected Questions UPSC Playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyEQNgSZhzI&list=PLW9kB_HKs3_M2H9zNeTaES9XlOtOEwDyn IAS Prelims GS paper 1 Mock Papers – https://www.doorsteptutor.com/Exams/IAS/Prelims/CSAT-Paper-1/Online-Test-Series/ Dr. Manishika Jain discusses Expected Questions on Internal issues 2019 for IAS/SSC/Bank PO/ NDA/CDS For UPSC preparation …

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Greta Thunberg in Bristol: Tens of thousands expected to join youth climate protest

Greta Thunberg in Bristol: Tens of thousands expected to join youth climate protest

Tens of thousands of people are expected to join campaigner Greta Thunberg for a youth climate change protest in Bristol. The 17-year-old activist is due to address a crowd of school pupils and university students on 28 February before joining a march around the city to highlight the danger to the …

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About 70-90% of all existing coral reefs are expected to disappear in the next 2…

About 70-90% of all existing coral reefs are expected to disappear in the next 2...

About 70-90% of all existing coral reefs are expected to disappear in the next 20 years due to warming oceans, acidic water and pollution, said scientists from the University of Hawaii Manoa, who presented their findings Monday at an ocean sciences conference. Climate change could kill all of Earth’s coral …

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