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Natural Refrigerants Global Market Report 2023: Featuring Natural Storage Solutions, Rhodia Chemicals, Shandong Shing & More

PR Newswire | 2023-01-23, 15:33

DUBLIN, Jan. 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Natural Refrigerants Market- Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Opportunity, and Forecast, 2018-2028 Segmented By Type (Ammonia, Hydrocarbon, CO2, Others, Others), By Application (Industrial, Commercial, Domestic,

A Cold War spy plane now tracks humanity’s greatest threat for NASA

Popular Science | 2023-01-23, 02:39

NASA operates two Airborne Science ER-2 aircraft for a wide variety of environmental science, atmospheric sampling, and satellite data verification missions. Courtesy NASA This article was originally featured on Task and Purpose. Located just north of Atlanta,

Some hope: Editorial on the ozone layer’s path to recovery

The Telegraph India | 2023-01-22, 23:26

News about the environment is seldom heartening. But a recent report by the United Nations bears good tidings. A quadrennial assessment has confirmed that the protective ozone layer is on a path to full recovery. The ozone layer protects life on earth from

Feeling world-weary? Here are five reasons to be optimistic about the future

The National | 2023-01-20, 16:43

As climate change wreaks havoc, plastic pollution blights oceans and biodiversity losses pile up, it is all too easy to fear for the future. But amid the gloomy forecasts there is hope on the horizon as society bands together to successfully tackle issues that

From ADSW to COP28: UAE’s pioneering journey leading up to the Year of Sustainability

Urdu Point | 2023-01-20, 16:34

ABU DHABI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / WAM - 20th Jan, 2023) The announcement of 2023 as the Year of Sustainability in the UAE, made by President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crowned the country’s significant efforts in

Cornwall space launch: why the environmental cost of rocket launches is large even when they fail

The Conversation | 2023-01-20, 16:02

Rocket launches release hazardous pollutants in the atmosphere's upper layers. Alexyz3d/Shutterstock A recent UK mission to launch satellites into space from Spaceport Cornwall in the west of England failed to deliver the satellites to orbit. But the rocket,

Why the ozone layer's healing should be a cause for celebration

The National | 2023-01-20, 10:46

There must be something about the human condition that even when good news arrives, we are almost unwilling to enjoy it. How else would you explain the relatively muted global response to the UN announcement this month that the hole in the ozone layer, a

Installing solar-powered refrigerators in developing countries is an effective way to reduce hunger and slow ...

no EC Caledonian Record | 2023-01-19, 16:03

People buy produce at a wholesale market in Nakuru, Kenya, on Dec. 24, 2022. James Wakibia/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Food loss and waste are major problems around the world. When food is tossed aside or allowed to spoil, it makes economies less

Earth Today | Ozone in recovery

The Gleaner | 2023-01-19, 06:19

THERE IS some good news about the

Edinburgh becomes first European capital to endorse calls for Plant Based Treaty

Joy Online | 2023-01-18, 23:52

The City of Edinburgh Council has endorsed the Plant Based Treaty, making it the first capital city in all of Europe to do so. The initiative seeks to reduce emissions from animal agriculture related to food while also addressing deforestation, a major factor

Atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations (EEA - European Environment Agency)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-18, 13:20

) Atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations The total concentration of greenhouse gases and other forcing agents, including cooling aerosols, reached 465 parts per million CO2 equivalents in 2020. This is around the peak level that the International Panel on

Edinburgh endorses calls for Plant Based Treaty

Joy Online | 2023-01-18, 13:20

The City of Edinburgh Council has endorsed the Plant Based Treaty, making it the first capital city in Scotland and the first in all of Europe to do so. The initiative seeks to reduce emissions from animal agriculture related to food while also addressing

PR No. 88 PRESIDENT FOR MORALITY BASED WORLD ORDER TO ACHIEVE PEACE AND SAVE PLANET (Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-17, 18:14

) President Dr. Arif Alvi has said that the world needs morality-based new order where every person living on this planet is valued, regarded as equal to any other person without discrimination of color, creed, language, religion or race, adding that the

President Dr Arif Alvi for morality-based world order to achieve peace, save planet

Urdu Point | 2023-01-17, 16:13

President Dr Arif Alvi on Tuesday said the world needed humanity-based morality and a new world order where every person living on the planet (Earth) was valued and regarded as equal to any other person without discrimination of colour, creed, language,

How humans healed the ozone layer

Economist | 2023-01-14, 20:59

IN 1985 SCIENTISTS discovered an area over Antarctica where the layer of stratospheric ozone, which protects Earth from ultraviolet radiation, had become dangerously thin. That chlorine from chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), chemicals used in refrigeration and

Why is the Ozone almost back to normal??? Because we did something about it

Democratic Underground | 2023-01-14, 19:28

First of all.. time to cheer and shout hooray.. if we do something, things can turn around..but when people start saying well it was never caused by human interference and it is just what happens from time to time.. STAND

The Saturday Six: Kate Winslet helps kid journalist, ringtail cat found and more

Sandhills Express | 2023-01-14, 13:37

Finally, the weekend is here. During a busy news week, the Golden Globe Awards returned to air after a two-year hiatus, nurses at two New York City hospitals ended a three-day strike, and there were some notable celebrity deaths, including Elvis Presley’s

Ozone layer’s recovery shows climate change can be reversed

Mail Guardian South Africa | 2023-01-13, 15:00

The Earth’s ozone layer shows signs of recovery after the global phasing out of ozone-depleting gases such as chlorofluorocarbons and hydrochlorofluorocarbons found in refrigeration, aerosols and air conditioners. This is according to a United Nations report

How did we save the ozone layer?

The Guardian | 2023-01-12, 05:33

A UN report has found the Earth’s ozone layer is on course to be healed within the next 40 years. What was once humanity’s most feared environmental peril is now an example of how the world can take collective action. Madeleine Finlay speaks to atmospheric

UN Says Ozone Layer Slowly Healing, Hole To Mend By 2066

Kashmir Observer | 2023-01-12, 03:33

Seth Borenstein / AP Srinagar- Earth’s protective ozone layer is slowly but noticeably healing at a pace that would fully mend the hole over Antarctica in about 43 years, a new United Nations report says. A once-every-four-years scientific assessment found

Ozone Hole Is Slowly Healing Thanks to the Montreal Protocol

Treehugger | 2023-01-11, 19:08

Earth’s protective ozone layer is slowly healing, a new United Nations-backed says. It confirmed the phase-out of nearly 99% of banned ozone-depleting substances, in accordance with the Montreal Protocol, which led to the ozone layer's recovery—the shrinking

Earth’s ozone layer is healing, UN report finds

The Ponca City News | 2023-01-11, 17:18

THERESA BRAINE New York Daily News The depleted ozone layer

Montreal Protocol emerges as a powerful climate treaty (NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmosferic Administration)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-11, 16:04

) A new report from the U.N., which includes key scientific contributions from NOAA and international partners, confirms that the recovery of Earth's protective ozone layer is on track, and that the Montreal Protocol, the international treaty that guides the

Ozone layer is on its way to completely heal, experts think THIS is the reason

DNA India | 2023-01-11, 15:18

Climate change is a rising concern for all inhabitants on Earth. Amid the extreme weather events hitting the world, experts have confirmed that the Ozon layer is healing and it is expected to be completely healed in another four decades. Ozone Layer, the

Ozone layer recovery on track to prevent a 0.5°C increase in global warming

Joy Online | 2023-01-11, 14:40

The ozone layer is on track to recover within four decades, with the global phaseout of ozone-depleting chemicals already benefitting efforts to mitigate climate change.” This is the conclusion reached by an expert panel supported by the UN, which

Berkeley Lab researchers say ‘ionocaloric cooling’ is a sustainable alternative to refrigerants

Daily Californian | 2023-01-11, 07:30

Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, discovered a new method of refrigeration called ionocaloric cooling, which could help reduce the effects of global warming. The findings were published in the journal Science in December.

Ozone hole, filling up now: What this means for climate action

Financial Express | 2023-01-11, 06:23

The ozone \u2018hole\u2019, once considered to be the gravest danger to planetary life, is now expected to be completely repaired by 2066, a scientific assessment has suggested. In fact, it is only the ozone layer over Antarctica \u2014 where the hole is the

UN: Depletion of ozone layer will be fixed in 40 years

Yahoo Daily News | 2023-01-11, 02:41

Planet Earth as seen from outer space. (Gettty Images) The ozone layer is on track to fully recover from its depletion within the next four decades, a panel of scientists gathered by the United Nations said on Monday. In an assessment conducted every four

Earth’s ozone layer should fully recover over the next 40 years

Popular Science | 2023-01-10, 22:46

Abnormal weather patterns in the upper atmosphere over Antarctica dramatically limited ozone depletion in September and October 2019, resulting in the smallest ozone hole observed since 1982. NASA Goddard/Katy Mersmann Thanks to over three decades worth of

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