TEHRAN (ANA)- 2023 has been recognized as the warmest year since 1850, as per a report by the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) of the European Union (EU).
TEHRAN (ANA)- Tackling methane may be the best bet for putting the brakes on rising temperatures in the short term, scientists at Stanford University say.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Danish researchers at the University of Copenhagen have conducted a comprehensive study revealing a dramatic increase in Greenland’s glacier melting over the past 20 years, five times faster than in the 80s and 90s.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at the University of Vienna in a study explored the potential impact of climate change on brain function, emphasizing the need for further research into how environmental changes affect cognitive processes and highlight the crucial role of neuroscience in addressing climate-related challenges.
TEHRAN (ANA)- If global temperatures increase by 1 degree Celsius (C) or more than current levels, each year billions of people will be exposed to heat and humidity so extreme they will be unable to naturally cool themselves, according to interdisciplinary research from the Penn State College of Health and Human Development, Purdue University College of Sciences and Purdue Institute for a Sustainable Future.
TEHRAN (ANA)- If global temperatures rise by 1°C or more, billions will face extreme heat and humidity, hindering natural cooling, according to new research by the Penn State College.
TEHRAN (ANA)- In 2023, rising sea temperatures, amplified by human activities and El Niño, threatened coral reefs, especially around Florida, Cuba, and the Bahamas.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Due to the changing climate, the underwater world is getting ever noisier, a new study by the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research showed.
TEHRAN (ANA)- 71 of the 162 ice shelves that surround Antarctica have reduced in volume over 25 years from 1997 to 2021, with a net release of 7.5 trillion tonnes of meltwater into the oceans, say scientists at the University of Leeds.
TEHRAN (ANA)- A new study by the Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR) reveals how variations in the physiology of phytoplankton, particularly regarding nutrient uptake, can impact the chemical composition of the ocean and even the atmosphere.